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A CATALOGUE OF THE
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ORVEY MICROFICHE EDITION IN ENGLISH

Anthony Mandal

 

GENRE: FICTION/NOVEL

  1. ISBN: 3-628-47435-3 (No of Fiche: 1).
    [JOHNSON, Arthur].
    Dinan. A Romance.(London: Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave Maria Lane, 1821). 114p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Collates in sixes.
    F1; Ch 1–14; pp 1–114.

  2. ISBN: 3-628-47497-3 (No of Fiche: 2).
    [GREEN, Sarah].
    The Festival of St. Jago. A Spanish Romance. In Two Volumes. By the Author of The Tankerville Family, Private History of the Court of England, &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I vii, 205p; II 203p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–8; pp [v]–vii, 1–205, [1] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–11; pp 1–165.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 12–14; pp 166–203, [1] adv.

  3. ISBN: 3-628-47520-1 (No of Fiche: 3).
    [SINGER, Mr].
    Edwin, or the Heir of Ælla. An Historical Romance. In Three Volumes. By the Author of The Wanderer of the Alps, and The Mystic Castle. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for Lane, Newman, and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1803). I 272p, ill; II 278p; III 352p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–17; pp 1–272; 1 frontispiece.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–7; pp 1–105.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 8–17; pp 1–278, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol IIIl Ch 1–11; pp 1–201.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 11 cont–17; pp 202–352.

  4. ISBN: 3-628-47530-9 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    Egbert, or the Monk of Penmon. A Romance. By the Author of Two Popular Novels. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed for the Author, by R. Cantwell, 29, Bell Yard, Lincoln’s Inn; and Sold by Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, (Successors to Mr. H. D. Symonds,) No. 20, Paternoster Row, 1810). I 225p; II 200p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–13; pp 1–225.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–10; pp 1–137.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 10 cont–12; pp 138–200.

  5. ISBN: 3-628-47538-4 (No of Fiche: 18).
    [CUTHBERTSON, Catherine].
    The Forest of Montalbano: A Novel. In Four Volumes. By the Author of “Santo Sebastiano,” and “The Romance of the Pyrenees.” (London: Printed for George Robinson, 25, Paternoster-Row, 1810). I 453p; II 446p; III 398p; IV 392p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–5; pp 1–87.
    F2; Vol I; Ch 5 cont–10; pp 88–185.
    F3; Vol I; Ch 10 cont–14; pp 186–285.
    F4; Vol I; Ch 14 cont–20; pp 286–377.
    F5; Vol I; Ch 20 cont–22; pp 378–453.
    F5; Vol II; Ch 1; pp 1–11.
    F6; Vol II; Ch 1 cont–6; pp 12–109.
    F7; Vol II; Ch 7–12; pp 110–203.
    F8; Vol II; Ch 12 cont–16; pp 204–297.
    F9; Vol II; Ch 16 cont–21; pp 298–395.
    F10; Vol II; Ch 21 cont–23; pp 396–446.
    F10; Vol III; Ch 1–2; pp 1–39.
    F11; Vol III; Ch 2 cont–7; pp 40–131.
    F12; Vol III; Ch 7 cont–12; pp 132–213.
    F13; Vol III; Ch 12 cont–18; pp 21–325.
    F14; Vol III; Ch 18 cont–22; pp 326–398.
    F14; Vol IV; Ch 1; pp 1–15.
    F15; Vol IV; Ch 1 cont–7; pp 16–111.
    F16; Vol IV; Ch 7 cont–12; pp 112–207.
    F17; Vol IV; Ch 12 cont–18; pp 208–303.
    F18; Vol IV; Ch 18 cont–22; pp 304–392.

  6. ISBN: 3-628-47539-2 (No of Fiche: 8).
    [CAVENDISH-BRADSHAW, Mary Ann].
    Ferdinand and Ordella, a Russian Story; with Authentic Anecdotes of the Russian Court after the Demise of Peter the Great. To Which is Added, a Prefatory Address to the Satirist, upon Patrons and Dedications, Reformers and Reformations. By Priscilla Parlante. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed for Samuel Tipper, Leadenhall-Street, by W. Flint, Old Bailey, 1810). I lxii, 274p; II 380p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–3; pp [1] adv, [i]–lxii ‘Dissertation’, 1–29.
    F2; Vol I; Ch 3 cont–9; pp 30–127.
    F3; Vol I; Ch 9 cont–16; pp 128–225.
    F4; Vol I; Ch 16 cont–18; pp 226–274.
    F4; Vol II; Ch 1–4; pp [1] adv, 1–41.
    F5; Vol II; Ch 4 cont–9; pp 42–139.
    F6; Vol II; Ch 9 cont–15; pp 140–233.
    F7; Vol II; Ch 16–20; pp 234–329.
    F8; Vol II; Ch 20 cont–22; pp 330–380.

  7. ISBN: 3-628-47556-2 (No of Fiche: 2).
    EDGEWORTH, Mrs.
    The Wife; or, a Model for Women. A Tale, in Three Volumes. By Mrs. Edgeworth. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 36, Berners Street, Oxford Street, 1810). I 201p; II 239p; III 223p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–7; pp 1–201, [1] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 8–12; pp [1] adv, 1–165.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 12 cont–13; pp 166–239.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 14–19; pp [1] adv, 1–233, [1] adv.

  8. ISBN: 3-628-47568-6 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ENGLISH, John.
    The Grey Friar, and the Black Spirit of the Wye: A Romance. In Two Volumes. By John English, Esq. of Blackwood Hall. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 276p; II 299p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–10; pp 1–276.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–4; pp 1–101.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 4 cont–10; pp 102–299, [1] adv.

  9. ISBN: 3-628-47589-9 (No of Fiche: 2).
    HAMILTON, Ann [Mary].
    The Irishwoman in London, a Modern Novel, in Three Volumes. By Ann Hamilton. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 15, Paternoster Row, 1810). 1 218p; II 216p; III 235p (incom). 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Incomplete: advertisement at end of novel seems to have replaced last page or pages.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–6; pp [1] adv, 1–218, [5] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 7–10; pp [1] adv, 1–147.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 10 cont–11; pp 148–216.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 12–15; pp [1] adv, 1–235 (incom), [1] adv (incom), [2] adv.

  10. ISBN: 3-628-47607-0 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    The Families of Owen and De Montfort. A Tale of Ancient Days. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed at the Minerva Press for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1819). I iii, 228p; II 222p; III 202p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–16; pp iii, 1–228.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–7; pp 1–143.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 7 cont–11; pp 144–222.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 1–12; pp 1–202, [2] adv.

  11. ISBN: 3-628-47630-5 (No of Fiche: 3).
    HARTSTONGE, Matthew Weld.
    The Eve of All-Hallows; or, Adelaide of Tyrconnel; a Romance. In Three Volumes. By Matthew Weld Hartstonge, Esq. M.R.I.A. (London: For G. B. Whittaker, Ave Maria Lane, 1825). I 330p; II 298p; III [201p]. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Last page of vol III misnumbered as 199.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–13; pp 1–330, [1] errata.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1; pp 1–35.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1 cont–12; pp 36–298.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 1–6; pp 1–115.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 6 cont–8; pp 116–160.
    F3; Vol II; Notes; pp 161–189.
    F3; Vol III; Letters & Autographs of James II; pp 190–[201].

  12. ISBN: 3-628-47644-5 (No of Fiche: 3).
    HARVEY, Jane.
    Ethelia. A Tale. In Three Volumes. By Jane Harvey, Author of Auberry Stanhope, Warkfield Castle, &c. &c. Second Edition. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 249p; II 233p; III 283p. 12mo.
    * [2nd edn]. Collates in sixes.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–12; pp 1–249.
    F1; Vol II; Ch 1–7; pp 1–127.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 7 cont–12; pp 128–233.
    F2; Vol III; Ch 1–14; pp 1–273.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 14 cont–15; pp 274–283.

  13. ISBN: 3-628-47664-X (No of Fiche: 1).
    HOFLAND, Barbara.
    Integrity. A Tale. By Mrs. Hofland. Author of Tales of the Priory, Tales of the Manor, and A Son of Genius, &c. &c. (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row, 1823). 264p, ill. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Ch 1–12; pp 1–264; 1 frontispiece.

  14. ISBN: 3-628-47668-2 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    The House of Lancaster; or, the Story of Ap Thomas. An Historical Novel. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 15, Paternoster-Row, 1810). I 220p; II 204p; 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch [1]–9; pp 1–220.
    F2; Vol II; Ch [1]–9; pp [ii], 1–136.
    F2; Vol II; ‘Piedmontese. A Tale’; pp 137–204.

  15. ISBN: 3-628-47733-6 (No of Fiche: 4).
    HOLSTEIN, Anthony Frederick [pseud].
    The Miseries of an Heiress. A Novel. In Four Volumes. By Anthony Frederick Holstein, Author of Sir Owen Glendowr; The Assassin of St. Glenroy; Love, Mystery, and Misery, &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I xviii, 288p; II 307p; III 271p; IV 302p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–12; pp xviii preface, 19–288.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–13; pp 1–307, [2] adv.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–11; pp 1–271, [1] adv.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 1–18; pp 1–302.

  16. ISBN: 3-628-47739-5 (No of Fiche: 2).
    HOLSTEIN, Anthony Frederick [pseud].
    Love, Mystery, and Misery! A Novel. In Two Volumes. By Anthony Frederick Holstein, Author of Sir Owen Glendowr, The Assassin of St. Glenroy, &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I v, 247p; II 250p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–14; pp v ‘Prefatory Apology’, 7–247, [1] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–14; pp 1–250, [2] adv.

  17. ISBN: 3-628-47748-4 (No of Fiche: 4).
    HORWOOD, Caroline.
    The Castle of Vivaldi, or the Mysterious Injunction, a Novel, in Four Volumes. By Caroline Horwood. (London: Printed by D. N. Shury, Berwick Street, Soho, for J. F. Hughes, 15, Pater-Noster Row, 1810). I 240p; II 229p; III 212p; IV 211p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–11; pp [1] adv, 1–240.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–11; pp [1] adv, 1–229, [3] adv.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–9; pp [1] adv, 1–212.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 1–7; pp [1] adv, 1–211, [1] errata.

  18. ISBN: 3-628-47750-6 (No of Fiche: 3).
    HOUGHTON, Mary.
    The Mysteries of the Forest. A Romance. In Three Volumes. By Mary Houghton, Author of The Border Chieftains, &c. Second Edition. (London: Printed for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 284p; II 326p; III 324p. 12mo.
    * [2nd edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–6; pp 1–284.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 7–10; pp 1–326.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 11–13; pp 1–324.

  19. ISBN: 3-628-47866-9 (No of Fiche: 3).
    HUTTON, Catharine.
    The Welsh Mountaineer: A Novel. By Catharine Hutton, Author of The Miser Married. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row, 1817). I 264p; II 258p; III 294p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–16; pp 1–264.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 17–28; pp 1–258.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 29–40; pp 1–294, [2] adv.

  20. ISBN: 3-628-47896-0 (No of Fiche: 4).
    LAMBE, G[eorge].
    The Mysteries of Ferney Castle; a Romance of the Seventeenth Century. In Four Volumes. By G. Lambe, Esq. (London: Printed for Henry Colburn, English and Foreign Library, Conduit-Street, Bond-Street, 1810). I 214p; II 264p; III 250p; IV 268p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–11; pp 1–214.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–17; pp 1–264.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–14; pp 1–250.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 1–14; pp 1–268.

  21. ISBN: 3-628-47918-5 (No of Fiche: 3).
    INGLIS, Henry D.
    The New Gil Blas; or, Pedro of Penaflor. By Henry D. Inglis, Author of “Spain in 1830,” etc. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman, 1832). I 300p; II 288p; III 249p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–14; pp [3] contents, 1–300.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 15–24; pp [3] contents, 1–288.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 25–35; pp [3] contents, 1–249.

  22. ISBN: 3-628-47922-3 (No of Fiche: 4).
    [WILLIAMS, William].
    The Journal of Llewellin Penrose, a Seaman. In Four Volumes. (London: Printed for John Murray, Albemarle Street, and William Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1810). I xii, 239p; II 217p; III 215p; IV 197p. 8vo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–10; pp [i]–iii ded, [v]–xii ‘Advertisement’, 1–239.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 11–20; pp 1–217, [6] adv.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 21–30; pp 1–215.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 31–41; pp 1–197.

  23. ISBN: 3-628-48000-0 (No of Fiche: 4).
    JONES, Hannah Maria.
    The Wedding Ring; or, Married and Single: A Domestic Tale. By Hannah Maria Jones, Authoress of Gretna Green, The British Officer, &c. &c. In Four Volumes. (London: George Virtue, 26, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row; Bath Street, Bristol; and Queen Square, Liverpool, 1824). I vii, 292p; II 280p; III 284p; IV 310p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–13; pp vii, 1–292.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 14–22; pp 1–280.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 23–30; pp 1–284.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 31–40; pp 1–310, [2] adv.

  24. ISBN: 3-628-48005-1 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    Julia de Vienne. A Novel. In Four Volumes. Imitated from the French, by a Lady. (London: Printed for Henry Colburn, English and Foreign Public Library, Conduit-Street, New Bond-Street, 1811). I 214p; II 227p; III 256p; IV 256p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; pp [i–ii] ded, [iii–iv] subs, 1–214.
    F2; Vol II; pp [1] adv, 1–227, [1] adv.
    F3; Vol III; pp [1] adv, 1–256.
    F4; Vol IV; pp 1–256.

  25. ISBN: 3-628-48034-5 (No of Fiche: 3).
    [STEVENS, Grace Buchanan].
    Llewellen, or, the Vale of Phlinlimmon: A Novel. In Three Volumes. (Edinburgh: Printed by John Moir, Royal Bank Close, for Macredie, Skelly, & Co. 52, Prince Street; and T. & G. Underwood, 82, Fleet Street, London, 1818). I 300p; II 270p; III 285p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–20; pp 1–300.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–15; pp 1–270.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–15; pp 1–285.

 

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