A CATALOGUE OF THE
C
ORVEY MICROFICHE EDITION IN ENGLISH

Anthony Mandal

The Corvey Microfiche Edition (CME) represents one of the most significant and useful resources available to researchers in the field of Romantic studies. The English Language collection of belles lettres in the Corvey library, which Cardiff University purchased in March 1997, consists of around 3,290 separate titles housed on over 10,000 microfiches. The CME was published in 1987, and in the ten years between the release of Edition Corvey much new information about its titles has come to light, including such things as accurate authorial ascriptions, which makes a new catalogue highly desirable.

     Since receiving a three-year studentship at Cardiff University, part of my role has included the development of an Access 97 database to store details of each title of the CME. The long-term aim of preparing the catalogue directly as a database is to make it available (either externally through the Internet, or internally within the campus network) as a fully searchable application. The advantages of using the feature-rich set offered by Access means that searches do not have to be limited to simple Author-Title queries, but can be made in a number of ways, including Boolean searches, statistical queries (with graphical representations), different levels of data output per record, and so forth. By developing the catalogue dynamically, I hope to make the finished application a tool which will be more substantial than than a linear checklist or an electronic card-index file.

AIMS AND INITIAL SOUNDINGS
My methodology has been quite simple (if a little haphazard at the moment). The first wave of checking has been based on going through existing material from the 1810s (which happens to coincide with the period I am studying for my doctoral research). The reasons for this are three-fold:

     While beginning with fiction of the 1810s, however, I have availed myself of recording details of any other titles which have come my way in the course of either my own research or that of my colleagues. This will therefore explain the variation in dates of the 100 sample entries which form the second section of this article. Once I have made my way through the 2,256 entries from these first three decades of the nineteenth century, my aim is to continue cataloguing the remaining fiches by working from first ISBN to last.

PROCEDURE
Because of the rather unwieldy nature of the microfiche form, I concluded that perhaps one advantage of a recataloguing of the CME might be that I can record particular details on a fiche-by-fiche basis, as well as on per-title terms. This means that a querent wishing to search for a particular passage to which they have found an oblique reference will be able to easily locate the appropriate page with a minimum of trouble. Again, the advantages of using a database for this process are more than obvious—searches can be constrained to something as simple as an author-title query, or expanded to locate a certain page on a particular fiche.

     My initial policy as far as the whole text is concerned has been to record fullest details wherever possible: extraneous data can easily be hidden or removed at a later time. To this end, I have accurately recorded the full title and publication details as given on the title-page of the first volume, as well as counting the number of chapters and pages (including advertisements for other works) in each volume/fiche. Whether this amount of detail will be necessary in the final application remains to be seen, but in the first stage of cataloguing it is far better to have unambiguous (if ponderous) data before deciding what to do with the catalogue in its final entirety. Certainly, at a later date further ‘summarising’ data will be added to each record, to address gender, short titles, publishers’ details, and so forth.

     In addition to these essential bibliographical details, I have recorded the type of work which is being catalogued, with broad classifications being: Poetry/Drama/Fiction/Non-Fiction, which then are divided into various sub-types, such as Tales, Novel, Ephemera, Travel-Writing, and so forth. Finally, I have also recorded any significant variations, inconsistencies, and qualities which are immediately noticeable in the text (obviously, in a project of this scope, one can never hope to identify the more subtle aspects of a text).

     With these aims in mind, therefore, I have broken the cataloguing into a number of identifiable masks or fields, divided into two segments: Text and Fiches.

TEXT DETAILS
A generic classification, as noted above, is made on a text-by-text basis: this will form the basis of dividing the catalogue into various appropriate sections at the time of publishing in either hard copy or as a software application. The sample checklist already divides into the different genres/types which I have already encountered. Each entry then follows the formula listed below:

FICHE DETAILS
The fiche details are presented on separate lines, broken by either a new fiche number, a new volume, or a sectioned break within the text itself (e.g. a new story in a collection of tales, notes to the text, etc.).

  1. Body text pagination is recorded in arabic numerals, with any misnumbering or unnumbered pages causing square brackets <[ ]> to be used. This could be the case for the first-page of the text proper beginning with a number other than one, or ending without a marked page number, etc. The only exception to this rule is that of where the page begins with the number ‘1’: as is usually the case with books, the first page number is rarely printed, and it is rather tedious to employ brackets to denote what is a standard printing practice.
  2. As noted above, any matter that forms part of the text, such as prefaces, dedications, subscription lists, and so on, is recorded in lower-case roman numerals. Additional (unnumbered) textual apparatus, such as contents pages, errata, and advertisements for other works are given in arabic numbers. More often than not, these types of pages are unnumbered so that they will generally be surrounded by square brackets <[ ]>. One proviso need be noted: if the text itself numbers an introduction (normally recorded in roman numbers) in arabics, then this practice is followed in the catalogue; similarly, if contents pages are recorded in roman, this is equally reflected in the catalogue.

     Below is a list of abbreviations and terms used in the case of the fiche details (for pagination information generally), although occasionally fuller details might be recorded for the sake of clarity:

adv advertisements for other works (if an ‘Advertisement’ by the author to his/her readers occurs, this is noted in full where appropriate); cont continued; contents contents pages; ded dedication; errata corrections to the text; inc including; incom incomplete; introd introduction; notes textual notes given by author/publisher (i.e., not editorial notes given in present day); p page/s; preface preface; subs subscription list; unn unnumbered.

The entries have been arranged by their genre and then ISBNs for the sake of convenience, although arranging by author, short title, gender, date, etc. is also possible.


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.
    Cœlebs 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.

  25. 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.

  26. 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.

  27. 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.

  28. 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.

  29. 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.

  30. 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.

  31. 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.

  32. 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.

  33. 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.

  34. 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.

  35. 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].

  36. 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.

  37. 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.

  38. 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.

  39. 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.

  40. 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.

  41. 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.

  42. 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.

  43. 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.

  44. 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.

  45. 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.

  46. 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.

  47. 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.

  48. 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.

  49. 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.

  50. 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.

  51. 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.

  52. 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.

  53. 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.

  54. 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.

  55. 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.

  56. 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.

  57. 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.

  58. 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.

  59. 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.

  60. 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.

  61. 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.

  62. 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.

  63. 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.

  64. 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.

  65. 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.

  66. 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.

  67. 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.

  68. 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.

  69. 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.

  70. 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.

  71. 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.

  72. 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.

  73. 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.

  74. 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.

  75. ISBN: 3-628-48747-1 (No of Fiche: 3).
    [SYKES, Henrietta]*.
    Sir William Dorien. A Domestic Story. In Three Volumes. By the Author of Margiana; or, Widdrington Tower. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1812). I 269p; II 252p; III 262p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as SYKES, S.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–10; pp 1–269, [3] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–6; pp 1–252.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–8; pp 1–262.

  76. ISBN: 3-628-48755-2 (No of Fiche: 2).
    SLEATH, [Eleanor].
    The Nocturnal Minstrel; or, the Spirit of the Wood. A Romance. In Two Volumes. By Mrs. Sleath, Author of The Orphan of the Rhine, Who’s the Murderer? Bristol Heiress, &c. &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 208p; II 191p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–12; pp 1–208.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–8; pp 1–191, [1] adv.

  77. ISBN: 3-628-48775-7 (No of Fiche: 4).
    STANHOPE, Lousia Sidney.
    Di Montranzo; or, the Novice of Corpus Domini. A Romance. In Four Volumes. By Louisa Sidney Stanhope. Author of Montbrasil Abbey; The Bandit’s Bride; Striking Likenesses; The Age We Live in, &c. &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 254p; II 228p; III 240p (incom); IV 270p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Vol III incomplete due to binder’s error.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–11; pp 1–254, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–6; pp 1–228.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–8; pp 1–240 incom.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch 1–10; pp 1–270, [2] adv.

  78. ISBN: 3-628-48822-2 (No of Fiche: 2).
    WARD, Catherine [George].
    The Daughter of St. Omar. A Novel. In Two Volumes. By Catharine G. Ward. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, & Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 263p; II 214p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–14; pp 1–263, [1] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–8; pp 1–214.

  79. ISBN: 3-628-48843-5 (No of Fiche: 2).
    TURNER, [Margaret].
    Infatuation; or Sketches from Nature. By Mrs. Turner, Author of “Original Poems.” In Two Volumes. (London: Printed for Richard Phillips, Bridge-Street, Blackfriars, 1810). I xii, 262p; II 249p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–23; pp [iii]–[iv] ded, [v]–xii preface, 1–262.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–21; pp 1–249.

  80. ISBN: 3-628-48882-6 (No of Fiche: 3).
    [PECK, Frances].
    The Welch Peasant Boy. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By the Author of The Maid of Avon. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for Lane, Newman, and Co. Leadenhall Street, 1808). I 210p; II 170p; III 173p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–4; pp 1–210.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–8; pp 1–170.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–7; pp 1–173, [1] adv.

  81. ISBN: 3-628-48891-5 (No of Fiche: 3).
    WENTWORTH, Zara.
    The Recluse of Albyn Hall. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By Zara Wentworth. (London: Printed at the Minerva Press for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1819). I 242p; II 258p; III 264p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–14; pp 1–242, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–16; pp 1–258.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–15; pp 1–264.

  82. ISBN: 3-628-48892-X (No of Fiche: 3).
    YOUNG, Maria Julia.
    The Heir of Drumcondra; or, Family Pride. In Three Volumes. By Maria Julia Young, Author of The Summer at Weymouth, The Summer at Brighton, Donalda, Rosemount Castle, East Indian, &c. &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, & Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 224p; II [217p]; III 255p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–15; pp [i] ded, 3–224.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–13; pp 1–[217], [2] adv.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–15; pp 1–255, [1] adv.

  83. ISBN: 3-628-48895-8 (No of Fiche: 5).
    [WEST, Jane].
    The Refusal. By the Author of the “Tale of the Times,” “Infidel Father”, &c. (London: Printed fo Longman, Hurst, Reese, and Orme, Paternoster Row, 1810). I 318p; II 385p; III 422p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Introduction’ & 1–8; pp [2] contents, 1–318.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Introductory Chapter’ & 9–21; pp [3] contents, 1–383.
    F3; Vol II; Ch 21 cont; pp 384–385, [2] adv.
    F4; Vol III; Ch ‘Introductory Chapter’ & 22–33; [3] contents, 1–383.
    F5; Vol III; Ch 33 cont–34; pp 384–422.

  84. ISBN: 3-628-48907-5 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    Who Can He Be, or Who Is His Father? A Novel, in Two Volumes. By the Author of Two Popular Works, Lately Published. (London: Published by J. Dick, 24, Holywell Street, Strand, (lately Chiswell-Street); and sold by all the Booksellers, 1810). I 228p; II 235p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–23; pp 1–228.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–15; pp [1] adv, 1–235.

  85. ISBN: 3-628-48923-7 (No of Fiche: 2).
    WILKINSON, [Sarah Scudgell].
    Convent of Grey Penitents; or, the Apostate Nun. A Romance in Two Volumes. By Miss Wilkinson. (London: Printed for J. F. Hughes, 38, Berners Street, Oxford Street., 1810). I 198p; II 191p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–13; pp [1] adv, 1–198, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 14–26; pp 1–191.

  86. ISBN: 3-628-48957-1 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    The Times. A Novel. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed for Henry Colburn, English and Foreign Public Library, Conduit Street, Bond Street, 1811). I viii, 186p; II 172p. 12mo.
    F1; Vol I; pp [iii–iv] ded, [v]–viii preface, 1–186.
    F2; Vol II; pp 1–172.

  87. ISBN: 3-628-48964-4 (No of Fiche: 3).
    [SMITH, Horatio].
    The Tor Hill. By the Author of “Brambletye House,” “Gaieties and Gravities,” &c. &c. New Edition. In Three Volumes. (London: Henry Colburn, New Burlington Street, 1827). I 310p; II 350p; III 326p. 12mo.
    * [Not 1st edn]. Original edn published by Colburn in 1826.
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–9; pp 1–310.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–10; pp 1–350.
    F3; Vol III; Ch 1–9 & ‘Conclusion’; pp 1–326.

  88. ISBN: 3-628-48967-9 (No of Fiche: 2).
    WILLIAMS, William Frederick.
    The Witcheries of Craig Isaf. In Two Volumes. By William Frederick Williams, Author of Tales of an Exile, The World We Live in, &c. &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for Lane, Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1810). I 272p; II 260p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–7; pp 1–272.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 8–14; pp 1–260.

  89. ISBN: 3-628-48968-7 (No of Fiche: 1).
    WICKENDEN, W[illiam] S.
    Bleddyn; a Welch National Tale, Being the First of a Series. By W. S. Wickenden, the Bard of the Forest, Author of “Count Glarus of Switzerland.” (London: Published for the Author, by C. Chapple, Royal Library, Pall-Mall, 1821). 235p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Ch 1–20 & ‘Conclusion’; pp 1–235, [1] adv.

  90. ISBN: 3-628-48997-0 (No of Fiche: 1).
    S[HELLEY], P[ercy] B[ysshe].
    Zastrozzi, a Romance. By P. B. S. (London: Printed for G. Wilkie and J. Robinson, 57, Paternoster Row, 1810). 252p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Ch 1–17; pp 1–252.

  91. ISBN: 3-628-51083-X (No of Fiche: 1).
    JONES, Evan.
    The Bard; or, the Towers of Morven. A Legendary Tale. By Evan Jones, Royal Navy. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, and Co.) Leadenhall-Street, 1810). vi, 160p. 12mo.
    * [2nd edn].
    F1; Ch 1–16; pp [v]–vi introd, 1–160.

  92. ISBN: 3-628-54711-3 (No of Fiche: 2).
    SQUIRE, Miss [C].
    Incident and Interest; or, Copies from Nature. By Miss Squire. (London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster Row, by J. M’Creery, Black-Horse-Court, 1810). I iv, 275p; II 171p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch 1–13; pp [iii]–iv, 1–275.
    F2; Vol II; Ch 1–3; pp 1–75.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Wives as They Should Be! A Comedy in Three Acts’; pp 77–171.

 

GENRE: FICTION/TALES

  1. ISBN: 3-628-47380-2 (No of Fiche: 2).
    ANON.
    The Dead Letter Office; and a Tale for the English Farmer’s Fire-Side. By the Author of Corinna of England, Winter in Bath, Eversfield Abbey, Woman of Colour, Banks of the Wye, &c. &c. (London: Printed for B. Crosby and Co. Stationers’-Court, Paternoster-Row, n.d. [1811]). I 262p; II 251p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME dates [1820].
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Introduction’; pp [1] contents, 1–16.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Evening the First’; pp 17–56.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Evening the Second’; pp 57–90.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Evening the Third’; pp 91–122.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘A Tale for English Farmers’ Wives and Daughters: Evening the Fourth’, 1–4; pp 123–210.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Evening the Fifth’; pp 211–212.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘A Tale for English Farmers’ Wives and Daughters’, 5; pp 213–262, [2] adv.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘A Tale for English Farmers’ Wives and Daughters’, 6–7; pp 1–78.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘A Tale for English Farmers’ Wives and Daughters: Evening the Eighth’, 8; pp 79–113.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘A Tale for English Farmers’ Wives and Daughters: Evening the Eighth’, 8 cont–9; pp 114–149.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Evening the Ninth’; pp 150–193.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Evening the Tenth; pp 194–210.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Evening the Eleventh; pp 211–244.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Evening the Twelfth; pp 245–251, [4] adv.

  2. ISBN: 3-628-48538-X (No of Fiche: 4).
    SCOTT, Honoria [pseud?].
    Amatory Tales of Spain, France, Switzerland, and the Mediterranean: Containing The Fair Andalusian; Rosolia of Palermo; and The Maltese Portrait: Interspersed with Pieces of Original Poetry. In Four Volumes. By Honoria Scott, Author of The Winter in Edinburgh, &c. (London: Published by J. Dick, 55, Chiswell Street, and sold by all the Booksellers, 1810). I 235p; II 238p; III 226p; IV 256p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Fair Andalusian’, 1–11; pp [i] ‘To the Reader’, 1–235.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘The Fair Andalusian’, 12–17; pp [1] adv, 1–139.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Rosolia of Palermo’, 1–4; pp 141–238, [2] adv.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘Rosolia of Palermo’, 5–14; pp [1] adv, 1–190.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘The Maltese Portrait’, 1–2; pp 191–226.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch ‘The Maltese Portrait’, 3–15; pp [1] adv, 5–256.

  3. ISBN: 3-628-48673-4 (No of Fiche: 5).
    [SYKES, Henrietta]*.
    Stories of the Four Nations, Containing Montargis, a French Story; My Aunt Patty, an English Story; Lillias de Lara, a Spanish Story; The Calabrian, an Italian Story. In Five Volumes. By the Author of Margiana; Sir William Dorien, &c. &c. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1813). I 270p; II 218p; III 278p; IV 294p; V 296p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as SYKES, S.
    F1; Vol I; Ch Introduction to ‘Montargis; or, a French Story’; pp 1–13.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Montargis […]’, 1–8; pp 15–270, [2] adv.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Montargis […]’, 9–10 & ‘Postscript’; pp 1–85.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘My Aunt Patty; or, an English Story’, 1–4; pp 87–218.
    F3; Vol II; Ch ‘My Aunt Patty […]’, 5–10; pp 1–278.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch Introduction to ‘Lillias de Lara; or, a Spanish Story’; pp 1–2.
    F4; Vol IV; Ch ‘Lillias de Lara […]’, 1–10; pp 3–294, [2] adv.
    F5; Vol V; Ch Introduction to ‘The Calabrian; or, an Italian Story’; pp 1–2.
    F5; Vol V; Ch ‘The Calabrian […]’, 1–10; pp 3–296.

  4. ISBN: 3-628-48876-1 (No of Fiche: 4).
    ANWYL, Edward Trevor*.
    Tales of Welsh Society and Scenery. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster-Row, 1827). I vi, 431p; II 393p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. CME records author as ANON.
    F1; Vol I; Ch Introduction; pp vi.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Youth of Edward Ellis’; pp 1–270.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Cousins’; pp 271–377.
    F2; Vol I; Ch ‘The Cousins’; pp 378–431.
    F3; Vol II; Ch ‘Frederic Anwyl’, 1–11; pp 1–199.
    F3; Vol II; Ch ‘The Prediction’, 1–9; pp 201–387.
    F4; Vol II; Ch ‘The Prediction’, 9 cont; pp 388–393.

  5. ISBN: 3-628-51009-0 (No of Fiche: 2).
    CUMBERLAND, George.
    Original Tales, by George Cumberland. In Two Volumes. (London: Printed and Published by Miller and Pople, 72, Chancery-Lane, 1810). I 257p; II 227p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Captive, &c.’; pp 1–257.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘Sanga, a Persian Tale’; pp 1–28.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘Mosoola, the Fisherman; or the Benefits of Experience’; pp 28–55.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘The Hermit without a Beard’; pp 56–94.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘Dierberg, the Persian Merchant’; pp 95–110.
    F1; Vol II; Ch ‘The Two Brothers of Girgé’; pp 111–121.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘The Two Brothers of Girgé’; pp 122–128.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘The Travels of Gurstan, a Persian Anecdote’; pp 129–162.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘An African Tale’; pp [163]–179.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Poems’; pp [181]–227.

  6. ISBN: 3-628-52308-7 (No of Fiche: 3).
    [TAYLOR, William (trans)].
    Tales of Yore. In Three Volumes.
    (London: Printed for J. Mawman, 22, Poultry, 1810). I iv, 336p; II iv, 340p; III iv, 345p. 12mo.
    * [1st edn].
    F1; Vol I; pp [iii]–iv preface.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Sir Trystan and Essylda’; pp 1–133.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Female Resurgent’; pp 135–150.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘The Sword, Tyrfing’; pp 151–231.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Fazullah’; pp 233–261.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Josephina’; pp 263–289.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Roshana’; pp 291–328.
    F1; Vol I; Ch ‘Barsisa’; pp 329–336.
    F2; Vol II; pp [iii]–iv preface.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Floris and Blancaflor’; pp 1–57.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Earl Grymur’; pp 59–87.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Sultan Aqschid’; pp 89–106.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Bliomberis’; pp 107–180.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Brachman Padmanaba’; pp 181–204.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Richard Lion-heart and Blondel’; pp 205–215.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Sir Libeo’; pp 217–274.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘Baldwin, Count of Flanders’; pp 275–313.
    F2; Vol II; Ch ‘The Religion of Psammis’; pp 315–340.
    F3; Vol III; pp [iii]–v preface.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘Cleomades’; pp 1–46.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘Cleomades’; pp 47–166.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘A Chronicle of Charlemayne’; pp 167–229.
    F3; Vol III; Ch ‘Koxkox and Kikequetzel’; pp 231–34.

 

GENRE: NON-FICTION/TRAVEL

  1. ISBN: 3-628-51306-5 (No of Fiche: 1).
    GARDINER, Captain Henry.
    The Anglo-American; or, Memoirs of Captain Henry Gardiner. (London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1813). 249p, ill. 12mo.
    * [1st edn]. Collates in sixes.
    F1; Ch 1–28; pp [iii]–[vi] contents, 3–249; 3 diagrams.

—— A.A.M., August 1998


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