British Fiction, 1800–1829

ANON. Anne Of Brittanny (1810)

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Wed, 30 May 1810. (2.1.17).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [also: just published: Prison of Montauban]

Fri, 1 June 1810. (2.5.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [also: just published: Prison of Montauban]

Mon, 4 June 1810. (2.2.13).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [also: just published: Prison of Montauban]

Fri, 8 June 1810. (2.2.15).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [also: just published: Prison of Montauban]

Mon, 11 June 1810. (2.1.10).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [also: just published: Prison of Montauban]

Tue, 12 June 1810. (2.5.14).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [also: just published: Prison of Montauban]

Thu, 22 Nov 1810. (2.2.7).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘We do not hesitate to acknowledge that the present performance is one of the most pleasing and rational publications of this description which we have lately had occasion to notice. The language is elegant, the plot is founded on an interesting portion of French History, and the author has shown good taste and consistency as well in the selection as in the invention of the incidents’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810. [also: just published: Prison of Montauban]

Sat, 24 Nov 1810. (2.2.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘We do not hesitate to acknowledge that the present performance is one of the most pleasing and rational publications of this description which we have lately had occasion to notice. The language is elegant, the plot is founded on an interesting portion of French History, and the author has shown good taste and consistency as well in the selection as in the invention of the incidents’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810. [also: just published: Prison of Montauban]

Wed, 17 Apr 1811. (2.2.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘We do not hesitate to acknowledge that the present performance is one of the most pleasing and rational publications of this description which we have lately had occasion to notice. The language is elegant, the plot is founded on an interesting portion of French History, and the author has shown good taste and consistency as well in the selection as in the invention of the incidents’. Monthly Review Oct 1810. [also: Prison of Montauban: ‘We can safely recommend this volume, as one of which the perusal may be attended with pleasure and advantage’. Monthly Review, Oct. 1810]

Fri, 19 Apr 1811. (2.1.15).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘We do not hesitate to acknowledge that the present performance is one of the most pleasing and rational publications of this description which we have lately had occasion to notice. The language is elegant, the plot is founded on an interesting portion of French History, and the author has shown good taste and consistency as well in the selection as in the invention of the incidents’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810. [also: Prison of Montauban: ‘We can safely recommend this volume, as one of which the perusal may be attended with pleasure and advantage’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810]

Wed, 19 Feb 1812. (2.1.2).
‘A New Romance’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘We do not hesitate to acknowledge that the present performance is one of the most pleasing and rational publications of this description which we have lately had occasion to notice. The language is elegant, the plot is founded on an interesting portion of French History, and the author has shown good taste and consistency as well in the selection as in the invention of the incidents’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810. [also: Prison of Montauban: ‘We can safely recommend this volume, as one of which the perusal may be attended with pleasure and advantage’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810]

Fri, 21 Feb 1812. (2.3.5).
‘A New Romance’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘We do not hesitate to acknowledge that the present performance is one of the most pleasing and rational publications of this description which we have lately had occasion to notice. The language is elegant, the plot is founded on an interesting portion of French History, and the author has shown good taste and consistency as well in the selection as in the invention of the incidents’. Monthly Review, Oct. 1810. [also: Prison of Montauban: ‘We can safely recommend this volume, as one of which the perusal may be attended with pleasure and advantage’. Monthly Review, Oct. 1810]

 

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Tue, 29 May 1810. (1.3.6).
‘This day was published’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘The union of Bretagne with the French Crown under Charles the Eighth and Lewis the Twelfth, and the final extinction of the English influence in France, will always be subjects of general interest not inferior to the most striking incidents in the page of fiction’.-From ‘Hist. France, 3 vols’. [also: Prison of Montauban]

Thu, 31 May 1810. (1.3.2).
‘This day was published’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘The union of Bretagne with the French Crown under Charles the Eighth and Lewis the Twelfth, and the final extinction of the English influence in France, will always be subjects of general interest not inferior to the most striking incidents in the page of fiction’.-From ‘Hist. France, 3 vols’. [also: Prison of Montauban]

Mon, 4 June 1810. (1.3.2).
‘This day was published’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘The union of Bretagne with the French Crown under Charles the Eighth and Lewis the Twelfth, and the final extinction of the English influence in France, will always be subjects of general interest not inferior to the most striking incidents in the page of fiction’.-From ‘Hist. France, 3 vols’. [also: just published: Prison of Montauban]

Mon, 11 June 1810. (1.2.4).
‘This day was published’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘The union of Bretagne with the French Crown under Charles the Eighth and Lewis the Twelfth, and the final extinction of the English influence in France, will always be subjects of general interest not inferior to the most striking incidents in the page of fiction’.-From ‘Hist. France, 3 vols’. [also: Prison of Montauban]

Tue, 7 Aug 1810. (1.2.6).
‘New Novels and Entertaining Works Just Published’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘The union of Bretagne with the French Crown under Charles the Eighth and Lewis the Twelfth, and the final extinction of the English influence in France, will always be subjects of general interest not inferior to the most striking incidents in the page of fiction’.-From ‘Hist. France, 3 vols’. Also extract from Satirist, Aug 1810, beginning and ending: ‘We are not in the habit of noticing novels and romances...we usually find them in works of this nature’. [also: Prison of Montauban, with extract from Critical Review, July 1810:, beginning and ending ‘This is an interesting little story...The story is written, with the best intentions, on forming virtuous attachments, and contains many salutary remarks’.]

Sat, 30 Mar 1811. (1.2.6).
‘This day was published’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘We do not hesitate to acknowledge that the present performance is one of the most pleasing and rational publications of this description which we have lately had occasion to notice. The language is elegant, the plot is founded on an interesting portion of the French history, and the author has shown good taste and consistency, as well in the selection as in the invention of the incidents’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810. [also Prisoner of Montauban: ‘We can safely recommend this volume as one of which the perusal may be attended with pleasure and advantage’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810]

Fri, 5 Apr 1811. (1.2.10).
‘This day was published’. 3v 12mo. 13s. 6d. Boards.
Notes:
‘We do not hesitate to acknowledge that the present performance is one of the most pleasing and rational publications of this description which we have lately had occasion to notice. The language is elegant, the plot is founded on an interesting portion of the French history, and the author has shown good taste and consistency, as well in the selection as in the invention of the incidents’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810. [also Prisoner of Montauban: ‘We can safely recommend this volume as one of which the perusal may be attended with pleasure and advantage’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810]

Thu, 16 Jan 1812. (1.1.7).
‘A NEW ROMANCE. This day was published’. 3v.12mo. 13s. 6d.Boards.
Notes: ‘We do not hesitate to acknowledge that the present performance is one of the most pleasing and rational publications of this description which we have lately had occasion to notice. The language is elegant, the plot is founded on an interesting portion of the French History, and the Author has shewn good taste and consistency, as well in the selection as in the invention of the incidents’. Monthly Review, Oct. [also: The Prisoner of Montaubon: ‘We can safely recommend this Vol. as one of which the perusal may be attended with pleasure and advantage’. Monthly Review, Oct 1810]

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