British Fiction, 1800–1829

RICHARDSON, Caroline E. Adonia (1801)

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Morning Chronicle

Thu, 29 Jan 1801. (2.1.13).
‘This day is published’. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘There is a kind of justice which a man ought to observe towards himself, even should he exist solitary on the earth; he should govern all his affections and habits, that he may be enslaved by none’. Madame Roland.

Thu, 5 Feb 1801. (2.2.4).
‘This day is published’. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘There is a kind of justice which a man ought to observe towards himself, even should he exist solitary on the earth; he should govern all his affections and habits, that he may be enslaved by none’. Madame Roland.

 

Star

Mon, 26 Jan 1801. (1.2.10).
‘This day was published’. 4v. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘Inscribed, by permission, to her Grace the Duchess of Buccleuch’. ‘There is a kind of justice which a man ought to observe towards himself, even should he exist solitary on the earth: he should govern all his affections and habits that he may be enslaved by none’. Madame Roland.

Thu, 29 Jan 1801. (1.4.1).
‘This day was published’. 4v. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘Inscribed, by permission, to her Grace the Duchess of Buccleuch’. ‘There is a kind of justice which a man ought to observe towards himself, even should he exist solitary on the earth: he should govern all his affections and habits that he may be enslaved by none’. Madame Roland.

Mon, 2 Feb 1801. (1.3.6).
‘This day was published’. 4v. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘Inscribed, by permission, to her Grace the Duchess of Buccleuch’. ‘There is a kind of justice which a man ought to observe towards himself, even should he exist solitary on the earth: he should govern all his affections and habits that he may be enslaved by none’. Madame Roland.

 

Edinburgh Evening Courant

Thu, 12 Feb 1801. (1.3.1).
‘This Day is Published, By Bell & Bradfute’. 4v 12mo. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘London: Printed for A & J Black and H. Parry and Bell & Bradfute, Edinburgh’. ‘There is a kind of justice which a man ought to observe towards himself, even should he exist solitary on the earth: He should govern all his affections and habits, that he may be enslaved by none’. Madame Roland.

Sat, 21 Feb 1801. (1.3.2).
‘This Day is Published, By Bell & Bradfute’. 4v 12mo. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘London: Printed for A & J Black and H. Parry and Bell & Bradfute, Edinburgh’. ‘There is a kind of justice which a man ought to observe towards himself, even should he exist solitary on the earth: He should govern all his affections and habits, that he may be enslaved by none’. Madame Roland.

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