Title details for Adonia:

Year: 1801.
Author(s): Caroline E. RICHARDSON 
Gender: Female.
Title: ADONIA, A DESULTORY STORY, IN FOUR VOLUMES. INSCRIBED, BY PERMISSION, TO HER GRACE THE DUCHESS OF BUCCLEUGH.
Publication: London: Printed for A. & J. Black & H. Parry, Leadenhall-Street; and Bell & Bradfute, Edinburgh, 1801.
Format: 4 vols (I 3, 300p; II 295p; III 343p; IV 372p). 12°.
Cat. nos: BL 12614.cc.15; ECB 6; EN2 1801: 59; NSTC A479; OCLC 13275726.
Notes: Dedication by 'the Authoress' dated London, 19 Jan 1801. Attribution guided by Catalogue [1810] of Mackay's Circulating Library (Edinburgh), which lists as 'by Mrs. Richardson'. Also identified in Jackson as Richardson, Caroline E., Mrs George G. (17771853), the wife of George Richardson, a servant of the East India Company, and herself eventually proprietor of the Berwick Advertiser. This is a different author from Charlotte Caroline Richardson, author of The Soldier's Child (EN2 1821: 63).
DBF record no: 1801A061.

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