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Owenson, Sydney. The wild Irish girl, a national tale. By Miss Owenson, author of the Novice of St. Dominick, &c. &c.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 18822, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/18822. Accessed 2024-04-21.

Owenson, Sydney. The wild Irish girl, a national tale. By Miss Owenson, author of the Novice of St. Dominick, &c. &c. New York City: Alsop, Brannan and Alsop, Matthias Ward, Campbell and Mitchell, Ezra Sargeant, T. and J. Swords, Evert Duyckinck [110 Pearl Street], Samuel A. Burtus, Benjamin Crane, Joseph Osborn, David Longworth, Margaret Harrisson, Peter A. Mesier, Stephen Gould, 1807.

Owenson , S. (1807). The wild irish girl, a national tale. by miss owenson, author of the novice of st. dominick, &c. &c. New York City: Alsop, Brannan and Alsop. Matthias Ward. Campbell and Mitchell. Ezra Sargeant. T. and J. Swords. Evert Duyckinck [110 Pearl Street] Samuel A. Burtus. Benjamin Crane. Joseph Osborn. David Longworth. Margaret Harrisson. Peter A. Mesier. Stephen Gould.

Owenson, Sydney. The wild Irish girl, a national tale. By Miss Owenson, author of the Novice of St. Dominick, &c. &c. New York City: Alsop, Brannan and Alsop, Matthias Ward, Campbell and Mitchell, Ezra Sargeant, T. and J. Swords, Evert Duyckinck [110 Pearl Street], Samuel A. Burtus, Benjamin Crane, Joseph Osborn, David Longworth, Margaret Harrisson, Peter A. Mesier, Stephen Gould, 1807.

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