British Fiction, 1800–1829

BULWER LYTTON, Edward George. Devereux (1829)

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Morning Chronicle

Tue, 23 June 1829. (1.2.18).
‘On the 30th June will be published’. 3v
Notes: [Books published this day]

Thu, 25 June 1829. (1.3.8).
‘On the 30th June will be published’. 3v
Notes: [Books published this day]

Sat, 27 June 1829. (1.3.6).
‘On the 30th of June’. 3v
Notes: [Books published this day]

Tue, 7 July 1829. (1.4.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 31s. 6d.

Thu, 9 July 1829. (1.3.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 31s. 6d.

Sat, 11 July 1829. (1.3.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 31s. 6d.

Mon, 13 July 1829. (1.2.14).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 31s. 6d.

Thu, 16 July 1829. (1.2.8).
‘Printed for Henry Colburn’. 3v 31s. 6d.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Fri, 17 July 1829. (1.3.3).
‘Printed for Henry Colburn’. 3v 31s. 6d.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Sat, 25 July 1829. (1.2.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 31s. 6d.

Tue, 28 July 1829. (1.3.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 31s. 6d.
Notes: ‘The novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette.

Thu, 30 July 1829. (1.2.12).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 31s. 6d.
Notes: ‘The novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette.

Mon, 3 Aug 1829. (1.3.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 31s. 6d.
Notes: ‘The novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette.

Wed, 5 Aug 1829. (1.2.5).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 31s. 6d.
Notes: ‘The novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette.

Fri, 7 Aug 1829. (1.2.5).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 31s. 6d.
Notes: ‘The novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette.

Wed, 26 Aug 1829. (1.2.28).
‘WORKS OF FICTION BY DISTINGUISHED WRITERS’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day] [also: New Forest; Traits of Travel; Chelsea Pensioners]

Sat, 29 Aug 1829. (1.2.6).
‘WORKS OF FICTION BY DISTINGUISHED WRITERS’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day] [also: New Forest; Traits of Travel; Chelsea Pensioners]

Tue, 1 Sept 1829. (1.2.15).
‘WORKS OF FICTION BY DISTINGUISHED WRITERS’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day] [also: New Forest; Traits of Travel; Chelsea Pensioners]

Thu, 8 Oct 1829. (1.2.6).
‘WORKS OF FICTION BY DISTINGUISHED WRITERS’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘The Novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette. [also: New Forest; King’s Page; Traits of Travel; Chelsea Pensioners; Romances of Real Life; Tales of the Great St. Bernard; Granby, 3rd edn; Tales of Passion; Yesterday in Ireland; Sailors and Saints]

Sat, 10 Oct 1829. (1.2.14).
‘WORKS OF FICTION BY DISTINGUISHED WRITERS’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘The Novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette. [also: New Forest; King’s Page; Traits of Travel; Chelsea Pensioners; Romances of Real Life; Tales of the Great St. Bernard; Granby, 3rd edn; Tales of Passion; Yesterday in Ireland; Sailors and Saints]

Tue, 20 Oct 1829. (1.2.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The Novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette.

Thu, 22 Oct 1829. (1.2.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The Novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette.

Mon, 7 Dec 1829. (1.2.18).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘A first- rate novel, the production of a first-rate mind. // The historian may read these volumes for their accurate and animated social painting–the philosopher for their acute and enlightened views–the man of the world for their keen and lively sarcasm–while the poet will no less enjoy the imagination which shed over parts a beauty of superior order’. Literary Gazette.

Wed, 9 Dec 1829. (1.2.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘A first-rate novel, the production of a first-rate mind. // The historian may read these volumes for their accurate and animated social painting–the philosopher for their acute and enlightened views–the man of the world for their keen and lively sarcasm–while the poet will no less enjoy the imagination which shed over parts a beauty of superior order’. Literary Gazette.

Mon, 14 Dec 1829. (1.2.9).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘A first-rate novel, the production of a first-rate mind. // The historian may read these volumes for their accurate and animated social painting–the philosopher for their acute and enlightened views–the man of the world for their keen and lively sarcasm–while the poet will no less enjoy the imagination which shed over parts a beauty of superior order’. Literary Gazette.

Tue, 22 Dec 1829. (1.3.12).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘A first-rate novel, the production of a first-rate mind. // The historian may read these volumes for their accurate and animated social painting–the philosopher for their acute and enlightened views–the man of the world for their keen and lively sarcasm–while the poet will no less enjoy the imagination which shed over parts a beauty of superior order’. Literary Gazette.

Sat, 26 Dec 1829. (1.3.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘A first-rate novel, the production of a first-rate mind. // The historian may read these volumes for their accurate and animated social painting–the philosopher for their acute and enlightened views–the man of the world for their keen and lively sarcasm–while the poet will no less enjoy the imagination which shed over parts a beauty of superior order’. Literary Gazette.

 

Star

Mon, 27 July 1829. (1.1.4).
‘Popular Novels. Just published by Henry Colburn’. 3v post 8vo. 31s. 6d.
Notes: ‘The novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette. [also: New Forest; King’s Page; Granby] [also: nearly ready: Stories of Waterloo; Tales of My Time; Stories of a Bride.]

 

Edinburgh Evening Courant

Thu, 29 Oct 1829. (1.3.4).
‘[none]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The volume before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette.

Sat, 7 Nov 1829. (1.4.5).
‘[none]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The volume before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette.

Sat, 26 Dec 1829. (1.3.1).
‘[none]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘A first rate novel–the production of a first-rate mind’. ‘The historian may read these volumes for their accurate and animated social painting; the philosopher for their acute and enlightened views; the man of the world for their keen and lively sarcasm; while the poet will no less enjoy the imagination which shed over parts a beauty of superior order’. Literary Gazette.

Thu, 11 Feb 1830. (1.3.1).
‘[none]’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘The novel before us is truly a great work’. Literary Gazette. ‘For the information of those who have not yet had an opportunity of perusing the book, we subjoin the names of a few of the interesting characters who figure in its pages.’. Morning Journal.

Thu, 18 Mar 1830. (1.3.2).
‘WORKS BY THE AUTHOR OF PELHAM’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: New edn. ‘A first-rate novel, the production of a first-rate mind’. [also: Disowned; Pelham]

Sat, 27 Mar 1830. (1.3.4).
‘WORKS BY THE AUTHOR OF PELHAM’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: New edn. ‘A first-rate novel, the production of a first-rate mind’. [also: Disowned; Pelham]

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