ID Title Contributors Firms Year Edition
759 Woman's Wit and Man's Wisdom; or, Intrigue. A Novel. In four volumes. By Henrietta Rouviere Mosse, author of A Father's Love and A Woman's Friendship, Bride and No Wife, Gratitude, &c. &c. Mosse, Henrietta Rouviere (Author)
A. K. Newman and Co. (Publisher)
John Darling (Printer)
1827 1st
5257 Woman's wit; or, a new and elegant amusement for the fair sex; consisting of an original and brilliant assemblage of ingenious witticisms, ... A new edition, revised and corrected ... By a lady. Unknown, (Author)
s.n. (Publisher)
1780 New
5393 Woman's wit; or, a new and elegant amusement for the fair sex. Consisting of an original and brilliant assemblage of ingenious witticisms, ... To which are annexed, select songs, ... The whole being a fund of genuine wit ... peculiarly calculated for the ladies. A new edition, revised and corrected throughout, with a number of material alterations and additions. By a lady. Unknown, (Author)
Richard Snagg [Paternoster Row] (Publisher)
Alexander Grant (Publisher)
1775 New
2974 Women as they are. A novel, in four volumes, by Mrs. Parsons, author of Mysterious Warnings, &c. Parsons, Eliza (Author)
Minerva Press, William Lane (Publisher)
1796 1st
6701 Wonders!!! Past, present, and to come! Being the strange prophecies, and uncommon predictions of the famous Mother Shipton, Generally known by the Appellation of the Yorkshire Prophetess. Copied from the original scroll delivered by her to the Abbot of Beverly: Privately preserved, in a Noble Family for many Years, and lately discovered among other Curious and Valuable Manuscripts. To which is prefixed an account of her life and other prophecies, with their proper Explanations. Embellished with her Portrait from an Original Drawing, and a Correct View of her Statue near the City of York. Southeil, Ursula (Author)
Mr Baker (Publisher)
I. Denley (Bookseller)
J. Riebau (Bookseller)
and 3 more.
1797
6843 Woo'd and married and a'. Scott, Mrs. (Author)
s.n. (Publisher)
1776
6842 Woo'd and married and a'. A new song. Scott, Mrs. (Author)
s.n. (Publisher)
1775
8158 Woodley Park; or the victims of revenge. By a lady. Unknown, (Author)
George and Thomas Wilkie (Publisher)
1791 1
1237 Worcester Field; or, The Cavalier. A Poem in Four Cantos, with Historical Notes. By Agnes Strickland. Strickland, Agnes (Author)
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green (Publisher)
Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis (Printer)
1826 1
8263 Xenophon's memoirs of Socrates. With the defence of Socrates, before his judges. Translated from the original Greek. By Sarah Fielding. Fielding, Sarah (Translator)
Cornelius Pope (Printer)
Andrew Millar (Bookseller)
1762 1
13790 Xenophon's memoirs of Socrates. With the defence of Socrates, before his judges. Translated from the original Greek. By Sarah Fielding. The third edition, corrected. Fielding, Sarah (Translator)
Thomas Cadell [London] (Publisher)
1788 3
8241 Yamboo; or, The North American Slave. A Tale. In Three Volumes. By the Author of The Bravo of Bohemia. Unknown, (Author)
Minerva Press, A. K. Newman and Co. (Publisher)
1812 1st
5895 Young Grandison. A series of letters from young persons to their friends. Translated from the Dutch of Madame Cambon. With alterations and improvements. In two volumes. ... van de Werken, Maria Geertruida (Author)
Hall, John (Translator)
William Jones I [Dame Street] (Printer)
1790 Irish
5893 Young Grandison. A series of letters from young persons to their friends. Translated from the Dutch of Madame de Cambon. With alterations and improvements. In two volumes. ... van de Werken, Maria Geertruida (Author)
Hall, John (Translator)
Joseph Johnson (Publisher)
1790 1
2003 Young Phæton's downfall, or the gig demolished. A pleasant tale, in the manner of Gilpin's journey to Ware. Barbauld, Anna Laetitia (Author)
W. & T. Bailey (Printer)
1785
12765 Youth's Miscellany; or, A Father's Gift to His Children: Consisting of Original Essays, Moral and Literary; Tales, Fables, Reflections &c. Intended to promote a love of virtue and learning, to correct the judgment, to improve the taste, and to humanize the mind. By the author of The Juvenile Olio, &c. &c. Newbery, Elizabeth (Publisher)
Mavor, William Fordyce (Author)
Elizabeth Newbery (Publisher)
1798
12934 Youthful portraits; or, Sketches of the passions: exemplifying the dignity, and inculcating the advantages of virtue. Embellished with engravings. Newbery, Elizabeth (Publisher)
Unknown, (Author)
Elizabeth Newbery (Publisher)
1796
12935 Youthful recreations, containing many amusements of a day, as spent by Master Freelove and his companions. Interspersed with stories, suitable observations, verses, and other matters of instruction and entertainment. Newbery, Elizabeth (Publisher)
Unknown, (Author)
Elizabeth Newbery (Publisher)
1789
12936 Youthful recreations, containing many amusements of a day, as spent by Master Freelove and his companions. Interspersed with stories, suitable observations, verses, and other matters of instruction and entertainment. Newbery, Elizabeth (Publisher)
Unknown, (Author)
Elizabeth Newbery (Publisher)
1792
12937 Youthful recreations, containing many amusements of a day, as spent by Master Freelove and his companions. Interspersed with stories, suitable observations, verses, and other matters of instruction and entertainment. Newbery, Elizabeth (Publisher)
Unknown, (Author)
Elizabeth Newbery (Publisher)
1796
12938 Youthful recreations, containing many amusements of a day, as spent by Master Freelove and his companions. Interspersed with stories, suitable observations, verses, and other matters of instruction and entertainment. Newbery, Elizabeth (Publisher)
Unknown, (Author)
Elizabeth Newbery (Publisher)
John Crowder [Warwick Court] (Printer)
1799
383 Zaphna; or, The Amulet. A Poem Hill, Isabel (Author)
1823
8290 Zeal and Experience: a tale. In two volumes. Busk, Mary Margaret (Author)
Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy (Publisher)
Thomas Hookham, Junior (Publisher)
James William and Charles Adlard (Printer)
1819 1
14122 Zelia in the Desert; or, The Female Crusoe. Written by Herself. Lemoine, Ann (Publisher)
Ann Lemoine (Publisher)
Thomas Maiden [Sherbourne Lane] (Printer)
J. Roe [Houndsditch] (Publisher)
1805 1
5779 Zelia in the desert. From the French. By the lady who translated "adelaide and Theodore"; and "anecdotes of Henry IV. of France." In three volumes. ... Daubenton, Marguerite (Author)
George and Thomas Wilkie (Publisher)
1789 1