British Fiction, 1800–1829

BRUNTON, Mary. Emmeline (1819)

Contemporary Libraries

Please click here for a list of abbreviations used for the Circulating Libraries pages.

Circulating Libraries:

Aberdeen Public Library, Broad Street, Aberdeen. (Catalogue: 1821)
Barry and Son’s Circulating Library, 21 High Street, Bristol. (Catalogue: c.1824)
Bettison’s Library, High Street, Cheltenham. Additions 1. (Catalogue: 1829)
John Hodgson’s Circulating Library, Belfast. (Catalogue: 1838)
Horne’s Public Library, Queen Street, Cheapside, London. (Catalogue: 1824)
Robert Kinnear’s Circulating Library, 29 Frederick Street, Edinburgh. Additions 2. (Catalogue: 1819)
Mackenzie’s Circulating Library, 129 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. (Catalogue: 1832)
Gerrard Tyrrell Circulating Library, Lower Sackville Street, Dublin. (Catalogue: 1834)
  (au) [as part of 7 vol. collected works]

Subscription Libraries:

Edinburgh Subscription Library, Edinburgh. (Catalogue: 1833)
Liverpool Subscription Library at the Lyceum, Bold Street, Liverpool. Additions 1. (Catalogue: 1820)
  (au) [2 copies: as ‘with her memoirs’]
Macclesfield Subscription Library, Macclesfield. (Catalogue: 1823)
  (au) [as ‘Memoir of Mrs Brunton’ with ‘Emmeline’ subjoined]
Sheffield Library, Surrey Street, Sheffield. Additions 1. (Catalogue: 1821)
Sheffield Library, Surrey Street, Sheffield. Additions 2. (Catalogue: 1831)

Summary: 8 out of 13 possible Circulating Libraries; 4 out of 5 possible Subscription Libraries.
Overall: 12 out of 18 possible Libraries.

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