British Fiction, 1800–1829

BANIM, Michael. Croppy, The (1828)

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Morning Chronicle

Mon, 7 Apr 1828. (1.3.11).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The ancient kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Wed, 9 Apr 1828. (1.4.11).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI. [note change]

Sat, 12 Apr 1828. (1.3.10).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Mon, 28 Apr 1828. (1.5.6).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Thu, 1 May 1828. (1.4.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Mon, 5 May 1828. (2.1.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Tue, 6 May 1828. (1.3.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Wed, 7 May 1828. (1.3.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Mon, 12 May 1828. (2.1.9).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Thu, 15 May 1828. (2.1.19).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Mon, 19 May 1828. (2.1.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Thu, 22 May 1828. (1.4.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘The uncivil kernes of Ireland are in arms’. King Henry VI.

Sat, 27 Sept 1828. (1.2.8).
‘Just published by Henry Colburn’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for The Croppy alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Kuzzilbash; The Red Rover]

Wed, 1 Oct 1828. (1.2.19).
‘Just published by Henry Colburn’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for The Croppy alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Kuzzilbash; The Red Rover]

Tue, 28 Oct 1828. (1.2.11).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for The Croppy alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Kuzzilbash; The Red Rover]

Thu, 30 Oct 1828. (1.3.10).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for The Croppy alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Kuzzilbash; The Red Rover]

Mon, 3 Nov 1828. (1.3.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for The Croppy alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Kuzzilbash; The Red Rover]

Tue, 6 Jan 1829. (1.3.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for The Croppy alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Kuzzilbash; The Red Rover]

Thu, 8 Jan 1829. (1.3.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for The Croppy alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Kuzzilbash; The Red Rover]

 

Star

Wed, 7 May 1828. (1.1.1).
‘Popular Novels &c. Just published by Henry Colburn’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: [also: Third and Last Ser. of Sayings and Doings; Salathiel; Roue; Yes and No, 2nd edn; Herbert Lacy; O’Briens and the O’Flaherties; Flirtation, 3rd edn; Kuzzilbash; Night-watch; Red Rover, 2nd edn; Tales of the West; History of George Godfrey; Tales of an Antiquary; Belmour; Blue-stocking Hall; Clorinda; The Mummy, 2nd edn]

Thu, 25 Sept 1828. (1.1.3).
‘Just published, by Henry Colburn’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of this gifted author, it was reserved for the ‘Croppy’ alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Ismael; or, the Kuzzilbash; Red Rover, 2nd edn]

 

Edinburgh Evening Courant

Mon, 12 May 1828. (1.3.2).
‘Just published’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [also: lately published: Salathiel; Roue; Sayings and Doings, 3rd ser.; Yes and No; Herbert Lacy; Flirtation; Kuzzilbash; Night Watch; Tales of the West; History of George Godfrey]

Thu, 9 Oct 1828. (1.3.6).
‘Just published by HENRY COLBURN....and BELL and BRADFUTE.’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for ‘The Croppy’ alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Ismael, or the Kuzzilbash; Red Rover]

Sat, 18 Oct 1828. (1.3.9).
‘Just published by HENRY COLBURN....and BELL and BRADFUTE.’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for ‘The Croppy’ alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Ismael, or the Kuzzilbash; Red Rover]

Mon, 17 Nov 1828. (1.3.5).
‘[none]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for ‘The Croppy’ alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Ismael, or the Kuzzilbash]

Thu, 27 Nov 1828. (1.3.6).
‘[none]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Delighted as we have been with all the previous productions of these gifted authors, it was reserved for ‘The Croppy’ alone to impress us with any idea of the full extent of their genius and capabilities. The story itself glows with the very essence of romance and excitation’. Literary Chronicle. [also: Ismael, or the Kuzzilbash]

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