British Fiction, 18001829

ANON. Adulteress, The (1810)

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Morning Chronicle

Fri, 12 Jan 1810. (2.2.2).
‘In a few days will be published’. 4v 12mo. One Guinea boards.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘Our actions are our heralds, and they fix/ Beyond the date of tombs and epitaphs/ Renown or infamy’. Tobin’s Curfew.

Wed, 28 Feb 1810. (2.3.18).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v 12mo. One Guinea boards.
Notes: ‘Our actions are our heralds, and they fix/ Beyond the date of tombs and epitaphs/ Renown or infamy’. Tobin’s Curfew.

Mon, 5 Mar 1810. (2.2.12).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v 12mo. One Guinea boards.
Notes: ‘Our actions are our heralds, and they fix/ Beyond the date of tombs and epitaphs/ Renown or infamy’. Tobin’s Curfew.

Mon, 11 June 1810. (2.1.18).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v 12mo. One Guinea boards.
Notes: Dedicated to Mrs. West.

Tue, 6 Nov 1810. (1.4.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v 12mo. 21s. Boards.
Notes: Dedicated to Mrs. West. ‘We have been much entertained in the perusal of a Work which abounds with variety of incident, powerful interest, and well drawn characters’. European Magazine.‘The Work may be recommended to readers as one likely to do service to the heart. The moral is perfect’. The Town, No. V.

Thu, 8 Nov 1810. (2.2.12).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v 12mo. 21s. Boards.
Notes: Dedicated to Mrs. West. ‘We have been much entertained in the perusal of a Work which abounds with variety of incident, powerful interest, and well drawn characters’. European Magazine. ‘The Work may be recommended to readers as one likely to do service to the heart. The moral is perfect’. The Town, No. V. ‘See likewise Critical Review for October’.

Fri, 2 Aug 1811. (2.1.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v 12mo. 21s. Boards.
Notes: Dedicated to Mrs. West. ‘We have been much entertained in the perusal of a Work which abounds with variety of incident, powerful interest, and well drawn characters’. European Magazine. ‘The Work may be recommended to readers as one likely to do service to the heart. The moral is perfect’. The Town, No. V. ‘See likewise Critical Review for October’.

Sat, 4 Jan 1812. (2.1.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v 12mo. 21s. Boards.
Notes: Dedicated to Mrs. West. ‘Our actions are our heralds, and they fix/ Beyond the date of tombs and epitaphs/ Renown or infamy’. Tobin

 

Star

Thu, 11 Jan 1810. (1.4.4).
‘In a few days will be published’. 4v 12mo. 1 guinea Boards.
Notes: [Published by Sherwood, Neely, and Jones]. ‘Our actions are our heralds, and they fix/ Beyond the date of tombs and epitaphs/ Renown or infamy’.Tobin’s Curfew.

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