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A CATALOGUE OF THE
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ORVEY MICROFICHE EDITION IN ENGLISH

Anthony Mandal

 

GENRE: FICTION/NOVEL

  1. ISBN: 3-628-48107-4 (No of Fiche: 2).
    [PARKER], Emma.
    A Soldier’s Offspring; or, the Sisters. A Tale. In Two Volumes. By Emma de Lisle. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I iv, 348p; II 278p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–19; pp [i] ded, iv, 7–348.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–[22]; pp 1–278, [2] adv.

  2. ISBN: 3-628-48203-8 (No of Fiche: 3).
    MAXWELL, [Caroline].
    The Earl of Desmond; or, O’Brien’s Cottage. An Irish Story, in Three Volumes. By Mrs. Maxwell, Author of “Lionel, or the Impenetrable Secret,” &c. &c. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 38, Berners-Street, Oxford-Street, 1810). I 180p; II 159p; III 197p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; pp 1–180.
    F2; Vol II; pp [1] adv, 1–159, [1] adv.
    F3; Vol III; pp [1] adv, 1–197, [1] adv.

  3. ISBN: 3-628-48214-3 (No of Fiche: 1).
    [PEACOCK, Thomas Love].
    The Misfortunes of Elfin. By the Author of Headlong Hall. (London: Published by Thomas Hookham, Old Bond Street, 1829). 240p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Ch 1–16; pp [1] contents, [1] index of poems, 1–240.

  4. ISBN: 3-628-48234-8 (No of Fiche: 3).
    NORRIS, Mrs.
    Euphronia, or the Captive; a Romance, by Mrs. Norris, Author of “Julia of England, &c.” In Three Volumes. (London: Printed for Henry Colburn, English and Foreign Library, Conduit-Street, Bond Street, 1810). I 211p; II 216p; III 225p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–12; pp 1–211, [1] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 13–31; pp 1–216.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 32–47; pp 1–225.

  5. ISBN: 3-628-48270-4 (No of Fiche: 4).
    BAYLEY, Catharine?*.
    Caledonia; or, the Stranger in Scotland: A National Tale, in Four Volumes. Illustrative of the State of Civil Society and Domestic Manners in Scotland, at the Present Period. By Kate Montalbion. Author of “Lover’s Labours,” “Spanish Lady,” “Norman Knight,” &c. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 15, Paternoster Row, 1810). I 223p; II 193p; III 181p; IV 201p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as MONTALBION, Kate.
    F1; Vol I; pp [1] adv, 1–223, [1] adv.
    F2; Vol II; pp [1] adv, 1–193, [3] adv.
    F3; Vol III; pp [1] adv, 1–181, [3] adv.
    F4; Vol IV; pp [1] adv, 1–201, [3] adv.

  6. ISBN: 3-628-48271-2 (No of Fiche: 2).
    BAYLEY, Catharine?*.
    The Spanish Lady, and the Norman Knight. A Romance of the Eleventh Century. In Two Volumes, by Kate Montalbion. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 15, Paternoster-Row, 1810). I xvi, 173p; II 207p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as MONTALBION, Kate.
    F1; Vol I; pp [1] adv, xvi, 1–173, [3] adv.
    F2; Vol II; pp [1] adv, 1–207, [1] adv.

  7. ISBN: 3-628-48353-0 (No of Fiche: 4).
    ANON.
    The Mountain Chief; or, the Descendent of William Tell, the Deliverer of Switzerland. A Romance, in Four Volumes. (London: Printed by John Dean, 57, Wardour Street, Soho. For George Hughes, 221, Tottenham-Court Road. Bookseller to Her R.H. the Princess of Wales, 1811). I 240p; II 216p; III 190p; IV 220p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–4; pp 1–240.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 5–8; pp 1–216.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 9–12; pp 1–190, [2] adv.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 13–16; pp 1–220.

  8. ISBN: 3-628-48371-9 (No of Fiche: 4).
    ANON.
    Present Times and Modern Manners; or, a Tale of a Rector’s Family. In Four Volumes.
    (London: Printed by J. D. Dewick, 46, Barbican, for Appleyards, Wimpole-Street, 1810). I 267p; II 309p; II 291p; IV 311p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–11; pp 1–267.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–13; pp 1–309.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–11; pp 1–291.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 1–3 & ‘Conclusion’; pp 1–311.

  9. ISBN: 3-628-48376-X (No of Fiche: 5).
    PALMER, Alicia Tyndal.
    The Daughters of Isenberg: A Bavarian Romance. In Four Volumes. By Alicia Tyndal Palmer; Author of “The Husband and the Lover.” (London: Printed for Lackington, Allen, and Co. Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square, 1810). I xvi, 298p; II 324p; III 342p; IV 426p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–8; pp [i] ded, [iii]–xvi preface, 1–298, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–6; pp 1–324.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–7; pp 1–342.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 1–4; pp 1–385.
    F5; Vol IV; Ch 4 cont–5; pp 386–426.

  10. ISBN: 3-628-48408-1 (No of Fiche: 3).
    PECK, [Frances].
    The Bard of the West; Commonly Called Eman ac Knuk, or Ned of the Hills. An Irish Historical Romance, Founded on Facts of the Seventh Century. In Three Volumes. By Mrs Peck. Author of “The Maid of Avon,” “Welch Peasant Boy,” “Young Rosinière,” “Vega,” &c. (London: Published by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster Row, and John Cumming, Dublin, 1818). I 244p; II 224p; III 194p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–6; pp [i] ded, [v] ‘Advertisement’ & ‘Argument’, [1] errata, 1–244.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–6; pp 1–224.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–5 & ‘Conclusion’; pp 1–141, 143–194 notes.

  11. ISBN: 3-628-48412-X (No of Fiche: 4).
    [HOOK, James].
    Pen Owen. In Three Volumes. (Edinburgh: William Blackwood, and T. Cadell, London, 1822). I 331p; II 364p; III 419p. 8mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–15; pp 1–331.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–12; pp 1–364.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–11; pp 1–383.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 1–12; pp 384–419.

  12. ISBN: 3-628-48426-X (No of Fiche: 2).
    ROCHE, [John] Hamilton.
    A Suffolk Tale; or, the Perfidious Guardian. In Two Volumes. By Hamilton Roche, Esq. (London: Printed for the Author; and Sold by T. Hookham, Jun. and E. T. Hookham, 15, Old Bond Street, 1810). I xii, 207p; II 179p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–15; pp [v]–vii ded, [ix]–xii preface, 1–207.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 16–30; pp 1–179.

  13. ISBN: 3-628-48462-6 (No of Fiche: 3).
    ROCHE, Regina Maria.
    The Houses of Osma and Almeria; or, Convent of St. Ildefonso. A Tale. In Three Volumes. By Regina Maria Roche, Author of The Children of the Abbey, Discarded Son, &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, & Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 208p; II 257p; III 270p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–7; pp 1–208.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–6; pp 1–257, [3] adv.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–7; pp 1–270, [2] adv.

  14. ISBN: 3-628-48478-2 (No of Fiche: 3).
    PLUNKETT, [Elizabeth] [née GUNNING, Elizabeth].
    Dangers through Life: Or, the Victim of Seduction. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By Mrs. Plunkett (Late Miss Gunning,) Author of The Packet, Orphans of Snowdon, &c. &c. (London: Printed for J. Ebers, 23, Old Bond-Street, 1810). I xxiv, 232p; II 231p; III 304p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–20; pp [iii]–xxiv ded, 1–232.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–36; pp 1–231.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–54; pp 1–304.

  15. ISBN: 3-628-48482-0 (No of Fiche: 1).
    [SMITH, Julia].
    The Prison of Montauban; or, Times of Terror. A Reflective Tale. By the Editor of Letters of the Swedish Court. (London: Printed for C. Cradock and W. Joy, (Successors to Mr. Ostell,) 32, Paternoster Row, 1810). xi, 254p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Ch 1–11; pp [i]–vi preface, [vii]–xi introd, 1–254.

  16. ISBN: 3-628-48532-0 (No of Fiche: 1).
    ANON.
    Scenes in Wales; or, the Maid of Llangolf. By a Clergyman. (London: Printed by J. Wright, Denmark Court, for R. H. Westley, 159 Strand, and E. Hennah, St Austell, Cornwall, 1802). viii, 219p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Ch 1–14; pp vii, 1–219.

  17. ISBN: 3-628-48543-6 (No of Fiche: 2).
    SCOTT, Honoria [pseud?].
    The Vale of Clyde: A Tale, by Honoria Scott. Author of “A Winter in Edinburgh,” &c. In Two Volumes. (London: Published by J. Dick, 24, Hollwell-Street, (late Chiswell-Street); and Sold by All the Booksellers, 1810). I 229p; II 206p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–15; pp 7–229, [1] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–13; pp 5–206.

  18. ISBN: 3-628-48544-4 (No of Fiche: 3).
    SCOTT, Honoria [pseud?].
    A Winter in Edinburgh; or, the Russian Brothers; a Novel. In Three Volumes. By Honoria Scott. (London: Published by J. Dick, 55, Chiswell Street, 1810). I 268p; II 244p; III 210p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–20; pp [ii] ‘Advertisement’, 1–268.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 21–32; pp 1–244.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 33–43; pp 1–210.

  19. ISBN: 3-628-48658-0 (No of Fiche: 4).
    SMITH, [Horatio].
    Trevanion; or, Matrimonial Errors. A Novel. By Mr. Smith, Author … “Family Story”—“The Runaway,” &c. In Four Volumes. (London: Printed for Earle and Hemet, No. 47, Ablemarle Street, Piccadilly, 1801). I 211p; II 209p; III 211p; IV 214p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–12; pp [5]–211, [1] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–12; pp [5]–209.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–12; pp [5]–211.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 1–12; pp [5]–214, [1] adv.

  20. ISBN: 3-628-48668-3 (No of Fiche: 3).
    ANON.
    The Spectre of the Mountain of Grenada; a Romance. In Three Volumes. (London: Printed by John Dean, 57, Wardour Street, Soho. For George Hughes, 221, Tottenham-Court Road. Bookseller to Her R.H. the Princess of Wales, 1811). I 268p; II 224p; III 255p. 12mo.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–19; pp 1–268.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–16; pp 1–224.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–19; pp 1–255.

  21. ISBN: 3-628-48684-X (No of Fiche: 2).
    STUART, Augusta Amelia.
    The Exile of Portugal: A Tale of the Present Time, in Two Volumes, by Augusta Amelia Stuart, Author of Ludovico’s Tale, &c. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 38, Berners Street, 1810). I v, 189p; II 191p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–5; pp [iii]–v preface, 1–189, [1] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 6–10; pp 1–191, [1] adv.

  22. ISBN: 3-628-48699-8 (No of Fiche: 4).
    ANON.
    Silvanella; or, the Gipsey. A Novel. In Four Volumes. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press; for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1812). I xii, 251p; II 279p; III 267p; IV 224p. 12mo.
    * [Not 1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–11; pp xii, 1–251.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 12–24; pp 1–279.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 25–37; pp 1–267.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 38–50; pp 1–224.

  23. ISBN: 3-628-48719-6 (No of Fiche: 7).
    ANON.
    The Soldier of Pennaflor; or, a Season in Ireland. A Tale of the Eighteenth Century. In Five Volumes. By the Author of Amasina, or the American Foundling. (London: Printed for A. K. Newman & Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, & Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 308p; II 404p; III 316p; IV 361p; V 383p. 12mo.
    * [Not 1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–17; pp 1–308.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–14; pp 1–381.
    F3; Vol II; Ch 14 cont; pp 382–404.
    F4; Vol III; Ch 1–14; pp 1–316.
    F5; Vol IV; Ch 1–15; pp 1–361.
    F6; Vol V; Ch 1–21; pp 1–381.
    F7; Vol V; Ch 21 cont; pp 382–383.

  24. ISBN: 3-628-48729-3 (No of Fiche: 4).
    SULLIVAN, Mary Ann.
    Owen Castle, or, Which Is the Heroine? A Novel. In Four Volumes. Dedicated by Permission to the Right Honourable Lady Combermere, by Mary Ann Sullivan, Late of the Theatres Royal, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, and Norwich. (London: Printed for Simpkin and Marshall, Stationer’s Court, Ludgate Mill, 1816). I iv, 292p; II 264p; III 244p; IV 227p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Chs 33–42 misnumbered.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–8; pp [i]–iv ded, 1–292.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 9–22; pp 1–264.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 22–[33]; pp 1–244.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch [34]–[42]; pp 1–227.

  25. ISBN: 3-628-48741-2 (No of Fiche: 4).
    [HATTON, Anne Julia Kemble].
    Cambrian Pictures; or, Every One Has Errors. In Three Volumes. By Ann of Swansea. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1813). I xxviii, 276p; II 364p; III 448p. 12mo.
    * [not 1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–8; pp xxviii preface, 1–276.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–9; pp 1–364.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–8; pp 1–383.
    F4; Vol III; Ch 8 cont–9; pp 384–448.

 

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