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A CATALOGUE OF THE
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ORVEY MICROFICHE EDITION IN ENGLISH

Anthony Mandal

 

GENRE: FICTION/EPHEMERA

  1. ISBN: 3-628-48897-4 (No of Fiche: 1).
    [PLUMPTRE, Annabella].
    The Western Mail: Being a Selection of Letters Made from the Bag Taken from the Western Mail, by George –––, in 17––. Now First Published. (London: Printed by Davis, Wilks, and Taylor, Chancery-Lane, for J. Mawman, Successor to Mr. Dilly, in The Poultry, 1801). iv, 282p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Ch ‘Introduction’ & 1–35; pp iv, 1–282.

     

    GENRE: FICTION/NOVEL

  1. ISBN: 3-628-45009-8 (No of Fiche: 2).
    [LUCAS, Charles].
    The Castle of Saint Donats; or, the History of Jack Smith. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for William Lane, Leadenhall-Street, 1798). I xliv, 170p, ill; II 280p; III 232p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–12; pp xliv introd, [ii] preface, 1-170; Ill 1.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–7; pp 1–159.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 7 cont–18; pp 160–280.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 1–18; pp 1–232.

  2. ISBN: 3-628-47002-1 (No of Fiche: 3).
    ANON*.
    The Acceptance. By the Author of Caroline Ormsby, &c. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed for John Booth, Duke Street, Portland Place, 1810). I ii, 225p; II iv, 263p; III iv, 282p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME entry records author as KENNEDY, Grace.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–29; pp ii, 1–225, [1] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 30–48; pp iv, 1–151.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 48 cont–[62]; pp 152–263.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 63–100; pp iv, 1–273.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 100–102; pp 274–282 [inc 1/2p adv].

  3. ISBN: 3-628-47024-2 (No of Fiche: 3).
    AGG, John.
    Mac Dermot; or, the Irish Chieftain. A Romance, Intended as a Companion to The Scottish Chiefs. By John Agg. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed by J. Dean, 57, Wardour Street, Soho. For George Shade, 26 Princes Street, Cavendish Square. Sold by Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Paternoster-Row, 1810). I 228p; II 230p; III 227p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–4; pp 1–228.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 5–6; pp 1–143.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 6 cont–7; pp 144–230, [1] adv.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 8–11; pp 1–227.

  4. ISBN: 3-628-47025-0 (No of Fiche: 3).
    AGG, John.
    Edwy and Elgiva, an Historical Romance of the Tenth Century. In Four Volumes. By John Agg, Author of “Mac Dermot,” &c. &c. (London: Printed for C. Chapple, 66, Pall-Mall, 1811). I 221p; II 216p; III 208; IV 199p. 12mo.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–8; pp 1–221, [1] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–6; pp 1–157.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 6 cont–8; pp 158–216.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 1–8; pp 1–208.
    F2; Vol IV; Ch 1–4; pp 1–113.
    F3; Vol IV; Ch 5–8; pp 114–199, [1] adv.

  5. ISBN: 3-628-47041-2 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    Alidia and Cloridan; or, the Offspring of Bertha. A Romance of Former Times. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed for, and Published by, N. L. Pannier, Bookseller to His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent; and Sold by J. M. Richardson, 23, Cornhill, and All Other Booksellers, 1811). I 266p; II 255p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–34; pp 1–6 introd, 7–266.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 35–47; pp 1–111.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 47 cont–52; pp 112–255.

  6. ISBN: 3-628-47054-4 (No of Fiche: 3).
    ANON.
    Amonaida; or, the Dreadful Consequences of Parental Predilection: A Romance, in Four Volumes. By the Author of Alidia and Cloridan. (London: Printed for, and Published by, N. L. Pannier, at the English and Foreign Library, No. 15, Leicester-Place, Leicester-Square; and Sold by J. M. Richardson, 23, Cornhill, and All Other Booksellers, 1811). I 223p; II 208p; III 201p; IV 204p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–16; pp 1–223.
    F1; Vol II; Ch1–7; pp 1–155.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 7 cont–8; pp 157–208.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 1–8; pp 1–201.
    F2; Vol IV; Ch 1–5; pp 1–131.
    F3; Vol IV; Ch 5 cont–6 & ‘Conclusion’; pp 132–204.

  7. ISBN: 3-628-47064-1 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    Anne of Brittany: An Historical Romance. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed for C. Cradock and W. Joy, (Successors to the Late T. Ostell) No. 32, Paternoster-Row, 1810). I viii, 180p; II 202p; III 180p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–7; pp viii, 1–180.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–11; pp 1–189.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 11 cont; pp 190–202, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 1–9; pp 1–159, [160]–180 notes, [12] adv.

  8. ISBN: 3-628-47083-8 (No of Fiche: 3).
    ANON*.
    The Avenger; or, the Sicilian Vespers: A Romance of the Thirteenth Century, not Inapplicable to the Nineteenth. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed for J. J. Stockdale, No. 41, Pall-Mall, 1810). I iii, 296p; II 372p; III 340p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as MATURIN, Charles R.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–19; pp iii, 5–296.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 20–22; pp 5–83.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 22 cont–28; pp 84–372.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 29–34; pp 5–97.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 34 cont–53; pp 98–340.

  9. ISBN: 3-628-47098-6 (No of Fiche: 3).
    ANON.
    The Banks of the Wye: or, Two Summers at Clifton. In Four Volumes. By the Author of A Winter in Bath, &c. &.c. (London: Printed by C. and R. Baldwin, New Bridge-Street; for B. Crosby and Co. Stationers’ Court, Paternoster-Row: Sold also by All the Booksellers in Bath and Bristol; Donaldson, Brighton; Harvey, Weymouth; Mrs. Street, Southampton; Bettison, Margate; Barry, Hastings; Mannder and Co. Tunbridge-Wells; Leek, Cromer; and Burgess, Ramsgate, n.d. [1808]). I 271p; II 247p; III 268p; IV 259p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–13; pp [1] adv, 1–271.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 14–19; pp 1–111.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 19 cont–26; pp 112–247.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 1–11; pp 1–251.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 11 cont–12; pp 252–268.
    F3; Vol IV; Ch 1–14; pp 1–259.

  10. ISBN: 3-628-47115-X (No of Fiche: 3).
    BENSON, Maria.
    The Wife. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By Maria Benson, Author of “Thoughts on Education.” (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster-Row, 1810). I xii, 290p; II 290p; III 218p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Last chapter misnumbered 71.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–29; pp [v]–vii ‘To Mr. Benson’, [ix]–xii introd, 1–290, [2] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 30–36; pp 1–77.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 36 cont–57; pp 78–290.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 58–75; pp 1–171.
    F3; Vol IV; Ch 75–[77]; pp 172–218.

  11. ISBN: 3-628-47121-4 (No of Fiche: 2).
    BREWSTER, John.
    Yorkshire Characters: A Novel. In Two Volumes. By John Brewsterr [sic]. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 15, Paternoster-Row, 1810). I 220p; II 238p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–14; pp [1] adv, 1–220.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–3; pp 1–127.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 3 cont–6; pp 128–238.

  12. ISBN: 3-628-47128-1 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    Bath and London; or, Scenes in Each. A Novel. In Four Volumes. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1811). I 227p; II 219p; III 246p; IV [296p]. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Vol IV missing from CME.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–18; pp 1–227, [1] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–10; pp 1–149.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 10 cont–15; pp 150–219, [1] adv.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 1–17; pp 1–246. [2] adv.

  13. ISBN: 3-628-47157-5 (No of Fiche: 3).
    ST HILAIRE, Bridget.
    The Priory of Saint Mary. A Romance. Founded on Days of Old. In Four Volumes. By Bridget St. Hilaire. Second Edition. (London: Printed by J. Dean, 57, Wardour Street, for R. Ryan, 353, Oxford Street, and G. Shade, 26, Princes Street, Cavendish Square. Sold by Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Paternoster-Row, 1810). I 275p; II [264p]; III 264p; IV [249p]. 12mo.
    * [2nd edn]. Last 9 pages of vols II & IV are misnumbered.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–8; pp 1–275.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 9–12; pp 1–99.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 12 cont–16; pp 100–[264].
    F2; Vol III; Ch 16 cont–21; pp 1–213.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 21 cont–22; pp 214–264.
    F3; Vol IV; Ch 22 cont–26; pp 1–[249].

  14. ISBN: 3-628-47173-7 (No of Fiche: 2).
    BURNEY, Caroline [pseud?].
    Lindamira; or, an Old Maid in Search of a Husband. A Satirical Novel, in Three Volumes. By Caroline Burney, Author of “Seraphina,” &c. &c. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 15, Paternoster Row, 1810). I 199p; II [215p]; III 181p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Last 3 pages of vol II mistakenly numbered 193–195.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–7; pp [1] adv, 1–199, [4] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 8–16; pp [1] adv, 1–195.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 16 cont–17; pp 196–[215].
    F2; Vol III; Ch 18–24; pp [1] adv, 1–99.
    F3; Vol III; ‘Theodore and Matilda. A Tale’; pp 100–181, [2] adv.

  15. ISBN: 3-628-47177-X (No of Fiche: 2).
    BYRON, [‘Medora Gordon’].
    The Alderman and the Peer; or, the Ancient Castle & Modern Villa. In Three Volumes. By Miss Byron, Author of The Englishwoman, Hours of Affluence and Days of Indigence, &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, & Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 215p; II 190p; III 216p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Alderman; or Modern Villa’; pp 1–215, [1] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘The Alderman; or Modern Villa’; pp 1–91.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘The Peer; or Ancient Castle’; pp 95–161.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘The Peer; or Ancient Castle’; pp 162–190, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol III; Ch ‘The Peer; or Ancient Castle’; pp 1–216.

  16. ISBN: 3-628-47204-0 (No of Fiche: 3).
    ANON*.
    Black Rock House; or, Dear Bought Experience. A Novel. By the Author of “A Winter in Bath,” “Eversfield Abbey,” “The Corinna of England,” “Banks of the Wye,” “The Woman of Colour,” &c. &c. &c. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed for B. Crosby & Co., Stationers’ Court, Paternoster-Row; Meyler and Son, Bath; and J. Richardson, Bristol, 1810). I 261p; II 281p; III 245p; 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as BAYFIELD, Mrs E. G.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–14; pp 1–261, [2] adv.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 15–21; pp 1–113.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 21 cont–28; pp 114–281, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 29–38; pp 1–211.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 38 cont–39; pp 212–245.

  17. ISBN: 3-628-47218-0 (No of Fiche: 1).
    [SHERIDAN, Caroline H].
    Carwell; or, Crime and Sorrow. (London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street, 1830). 360p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Ch 1–20 & ‘Conclusion’; pp 1–360.

  18. ISBN: 3-628-47246-6 (No of Fiche: 2).
    BEST, Jane.
    Celia Suited; or the Rival Heiresses; Comprising New Sketches of Modern Female Habits and Manners, Religion and Morals. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed by T. Harper, jun. Crane Court, Fleet Street, for H. Colburn, English and Foreign Library, Conduit Street, New Bond Street, 1810). I v, 204p; II 218p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–8; pp v, 1–204.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 9–14; pp 1–173.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 14 cont; pp 174–218, [2] adv.

  19. ISBN: 3-628-47295-4 (No of Fiche: 3).
    CLIFFORD, Frances.
    The Ruins of Tivoli; a Romance. In Four Volumes. By Frances Clifford. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 38, Berners Street, Oxford Street, 1810). I 240p; II 219p; III 245p; IV 237p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–11; pp 1–240.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 12–20; pp 1–135.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 20 cont–25; pp 136–219.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 26–38; pp 1–245, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol IV; Ch 39–41; pp 1–49.
    F3; Vol IV; Ch 42–29; pp 50–237, [2] adv.

  20. ISBN: 3-628-47302-0 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    Cślebs in Search of a Mistress. A Novel, in Two Volumes. (London: Published by Thomas Tegg, 111, Cheapside; and Wm. Allason, 31, New Bond-Street. Printed by G. Mazard Beech-Street, 1810). I 192p; II 197p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–16; pp [ii] preface, 1–192.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–20; pp 1–189.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 20 cont; pp 190–197.

  21. ISBN: 3-628-47361-6 (No of Fiche: 3).
    CUMBERLAND, Richard.
    John De Lancaster. A Novel, by Richard Cumberland, Esq. In Three Volumes. Second Edition. (London: Printed for Lackington, Allen, and Co. Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square, 1809). I 300p; II 292p; III 292p. 8vo.
    * [2nd edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Book the First’, 1–9; pp 1–122.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Book the Second’, 1–7; pp 123–205.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Book the Third’, 1–7; pp 206–300.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘Book the First’, 1–7; pp 1–77.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Book the First’, 7 cont–9; pp 78–104.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Book the Second’, 1–7; pp 105–178.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Book the Third’, 1–9; pp 179–292.
    F2; Vol III; Ch ‘Book the First’, 1–9; pp 1–107.
    F2; Vol III; Ch ‘Book the Second’, 1–5; pp 108–165.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘Book the Second’, 5 cont–7; pp 166–189.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘Book the Third’, 1–9; pp 190–292.

  22. ISBN: 3–628–47381–0 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON*.
    The Decision; a Novel. By the Author of Caroline Ormsby, or the Real Lucilla; The Acceptance, &c. &c. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed for Henry Colburn, English and Foreign Public Library, Conduit–Street, Hanover–Square, 1811). I 207p; II 192p; III 167p; 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as KENNEDY, Grace.
    F1; Vol I; pp 1–207, [1] adv.
    F1; Vol II; pp 1–169.
    F2; Vol II; pp 170–192.
    F3; Vol III; pp 1–167, [1] adv.

  23. ISBN: 3–628–47421–3 (No of Fiche: 2).
    DARLING, Peter Middleton.
    The Romance of the Highlands. By Peter Middleton Darling. In Two Volumes. (Edinburgh: Printed by George Ramsay and Co. for the Author; and Sold by Peter Hill and J. Sutherland, Edinburgh; and Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, London, 1810). I x, 200p; II 244p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–14; pp [ii]–x subs, [i], 1–200.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–13; pp 1–170.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 13 cont–20; pp 171–244.

  24. ISBN: 3–628–47425–6 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    The Davenels; or, a Campaign of Fashion in Dublin. In Two Volumes. (London: Henry Colburn, New Burlington Street, 1829). I vii, 320p; II 271p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–13; pp vii, 1–320.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–2; pp 1–53.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 2 cont–24; pp 54–271.

 

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