ID 4832
Title A collection of poems, by a young lady.
Contributors Swinney, Jane (Author)
Signed Author By a young lady
Pseudonym
Firms Gillman and Etherington (Printer); James Evans (Bookseller); William Bristow (Bookseller); Gillman and Etherington (Bookseller); Charles Townson (Bookseller); John Tracy (Bookseller); Simmons and Co. (Bookseller); Mrs. Jane Walker (Bookseller); Knight (Bookseller); Thomas Clout (Bookseller); George Ledger (Bookseller); Peter Burgess (Bookseller); Samuel Silver (Bookseller); William Clacker (Bookseller); John Blake (Bookseller); Thomas Wise (Bookseller); Joseph Hall (Bookseller)
Self-published No
Volumes 1
Pagination xii, 200
Date of Publication 1792
Edition Statement 1
Edition Number 1
Date of First Publication 1792
Imprint printed at the Phoenix Printing-Office. By Gillman and Etherington, and sold by J. Evans, No. 32, Pater Noster Row, London; Gillman and Etherington; and Townson, Chatham; Tracy, Brompton; Simmons and Co. and Bristow, Canterbury; Blake, and Walker, Maidstone; Wise, and Knight, Tonbridge; Clout, Sevenoaks; Ledger, Dover; Burgess, Ramsgate; Silver, and Hall, Margate; and by Clacker, Chelmsford, Essex.
Copyright Statement
Colophon
Location of Printing Rochester GB
Format duodecimo (12mo)
Length (cm) 18
Width (cm) 11
Price (pound)
Price (shilling) 5
Price (pence)
Total Price (in pence) 60
Non-UK Price
Genre Poetry
Sources ESTC (#T87807)
Jackson Bibliography (#14243)
Shelfmarks BL 11643.e.4
Notes subscription edition
Hand-Verified No
Attempted Verification No
Verified Yes

Bibliographic Entry

Swinney, Jane. A collection of poems, by a young lady. Rochester: 1792.

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  author={Swinney,Jane},
  year={1792},
  title={A collection of poems, by a young lady.},
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Recommended Citation

Swinney, Jane. "A collection of poems, by a young lady." The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 4832 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/4832. Accessed 2020-10-29.

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