British Fiction, 1800–1829

WILKINS, George. Body And Soul (1822)

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Morning Chronicle

Sat, 22 June 1822. (3.5.12).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v post 8vo. 12s.

Mon, 1 July 1822. (2.1.7).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v post 8vo. 12s.

Tue, 20 Aug 1822. (1.4.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v post 8vo. 12s.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’.

Thu, 22 Aug 1822. (1.5.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v post 8vo. 12s.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’.

Fri, 6 Dec 1822. (1.5.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v post 8vo. 12s.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’.

Mon, 9 Dec 1822. (1.4.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v post 8vo. 12s.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’.

Mon, 3 Feb 1823. (1.4.8).
‘A NEW VOLUME OF BODY AND SOUL. In the press and shortly will be published’. small 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day]With contents. [also: in the press: new edn of Vol.1]

Fri, 7 Mar 1823. (1.4.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 12mo. 9s.
Notes: 2nd edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. With contents. [also: in the press and shortly will be published: Vol. 2]

Tue, 22 Apr 1823. (1.4.19).
‘[Books published this day]’. 12mo. 9s.
Notes: 2nd edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. With contents. [also: in the press and shortly will be published: Vol. 2]

Thu, 8 May 1823. (1.5.1).
‘A NEW VOLUME OF BODY AND SOUL’. small 8vo. 9s.
Notes: [Books published this day]With contents. [also: new edn of Vol. 1]

Mon, 12 May 1823. (2.1.9).
‘A NEW VOLUME OF BODY AND SOUL’. small 8vo. 9s.
Notes: [Books published this day]With contents. [also: new edn of Vol. 1]

Thu, 21 Aug 1823. (1.2.13).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his view of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce a conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822 and Aug 1823. [also: a few copies of vol. 2 may be had separately] [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed against Infidelity]

Sat, 23 Aug 1823. (1.3.5).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his view of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce a conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822 and Aug 1823. [also: a few copies of vol. 2 may be had separately] [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed against Infidelity]

Mon, 29 Sept 1823. (1.4.13).
‘The Third Edition, with additions’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

Wed, 1 Oct 1823. (1.3.17).
‘The Third Edition, with additions’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

Tue, 11 Nov 1823. (1.2.19).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

Thu, 13 Nov 1823. (1.3.11).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

Wed, 14 Jan 1824. (1.3.11).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. 3rd edn with additions. A few copies of Vol II may be had separately to complete the sets of the former edition, in small 8vo, price 9s boards. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

Mon, 23 Feb 1824. (2.4.21).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. 3rd edn with additions. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

Fri, 2 Apr 1824. (2.4.10).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. 3rd edn with additions. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

Thu, 27 May 1824. (3.2.6).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: 4th edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and Aug 1823. [also, by the same authors: The Christian armed against Infidelity.

Mon, 31 May 1824. (3.1.9).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: 4th edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

Fri, 2 July 1824. (1.5.13).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: 4th edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and August 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

Mon, 5 July 1824. (4.2.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: 4th edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and August 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

Fri, 21 Dec 1827. (1.3.5).
‘[Books published this day]’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: 4th edn. ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories, calculated to excite the attention of the Religious World’. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its Author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic for July 1822, and August 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

 

Star

Sat, 7 Dec 1822. (1.1.2).
‘This day was published’. post 8vo. 12s.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a Series of lively and pathetic Stories, calculated to excite the attention and interest of the Religious world’. With contents.

Mon, 10 Mar 1823. (1.1.5).
‘This day was published. The Second Edition of’. 12mo. 9s.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a Series of lively and pathetic Stories, calculated to excite the attention and interest of the Religious world’. With contents. [also: in the Press, and shortly will be published, Body and Soul, Vol. the second.]

Wed, 19 Mar 1823. (1.2.2).
‘This day was published. The Second Edition of’. 12mo. 9s.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a Series of lively and pathetic Stories, calculated to excite the attention and interest of the Religious world’. With contents. [also: in the Press, and shortly will be published, Body and Soul, Vol. the second.]

Mon, 5 May 1823. (1.2.5).
‘A New Volume of Body and Soul. This day was published’. 12mo. 9s. Boards.
Notes: [also: new edn of first Vol.]

Thu, 8 May 1823. (1.1.3).
‘A New Volume of Body and Soul. This day was published’. 12mo. 9s. Boards.
Notes: [also: new edn of first Vol.]

Fri, 26 Sept 1823. (1.3.3).
‘This day was published. The Third Edition, with additions’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, July 1822 & Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christians Armed Against Infidelity.]

Tue, 30 Sept 1823. (1.1.3).
‘This day was published. The Third Edition, with additions’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, July 1822 & Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christians Armed Against Infidelity.]

Mon, 10 Nov 1823. (1.2.8).
‘This day was published. The Third Edition, with additions’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘A few copies of vol. 2 may be had separately to complete sets of the former edns, in small 8vo, price 9s. Boards’. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, July 1822 & Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christians Armed Against Infidelity.]

Thu, 15 Jan 1824. (1.3.6).
‘This day was published. The Third Edition, with additions’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, July 1822 & Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christians Armed Against Infidelity.]

Thu, 22 Jan 1824. (1.2.6).
‘This day was published. The Third Edition, with additions’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘A few copies of vol. 2 may be had separately to complete sets of the former edns, in small 8vo, price 9s. Boards. ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, July 1822 & Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christians Armed Against Infidelity.]

Tue, 23 Mar 1824. (1.3.7).
‘This day was published. The Third Edition with Additions’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, July 1822 & Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christians Armed Against Infidelity.]

Sat, 22 May 1824. (1.3.2).
‘This day was published. The Fourth Edition’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, July 1822 & Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christians Armed Against Infidelity.]

Wed, 26 May 1824. (1.1.4).
‘This day was published. The Fourth Edition’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, July 1822 & Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christians Armed Against Infidelity.]

Sat, 3 July 1824. (1.3.6).
‘This day was published. The Fourth Edition of’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, July 1822 & Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christians Armed Against Infidelity.]

Thu, 18 Nov 1824. (1.3.4).
‘This day was published. The Fourth Edition of’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England, and his manner such as those who argue not to gain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, July 1822 & Aug 1823. [also: by the same authors: The Christians Armed Against Infidelity.]

 

Edinburgh Evening Courant

Mon, 15 July 1822. (1.3.5).
‘This day is published’. post 8vo. 12s.
Notes: ‘Consisting of a series of lively and pathetic stories calculated to excite the attention and interest of the Religious World’. With contents.

Mon, 2 June 1823. (1.3.7).
‘A NEW VOLUME OF ‘BODY AND SOUL’. This day is published’. small 8vo. 9s. Boards.
Notes: With contents. [also: new edn of vol. I]

Mon, 27 Dec 1824. (1.3.6).
‘This day is published...Fourth Edition’. 2v 12mo. 16s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This publication is undertaken as a corrective of fanaticism. Its author is well grounded in the controversies of the day, and his views of them are eminently correct. His doctrine is that of the Church of England and his manner such as those, who argue not to obtain victory, but to produce conviction, would do well to adopt’. British Critic, for July 1822 and Aug 1823. [also: The Christian Armed Against Infidelity]

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