British Fiction, 1800–1829

NORRIS, Mrs. Euphronia (1810)

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Morning Chronicle

Thu, 5 Oct 1809. (2.1.4).
‘MRS. NORRIS’S NEW ROMANCE &c. &c. Speedily will be published’. 3v.
Notes: [Books published this day] [also: Rosa in London; Ferney Castle; Caroline Ormsby; Castle of Arragon; Rival Heiresses]

Sun, 15 Oct 1809. (2.1.5).
‘MRS. NORRIS’S NEW ROMANCE &c. &c. Speedily will be published’. 3v.
Notes: [Books published this day] [also: Rosa in London; Ferney Castle; Caroline Ormsby; Castle of Arragon; Rival Heiresses]

Fri, 29 Dec 1809. (2.3.4).
‘MRS. NORRIS’S NEW ROMANCE. Miss FRANCES’S D[itt]o’.
Notes: [Books published this day] [also: Angelo Guiccardini; Alphonso; Amelia Mansfield; Bachelor; Leontina; Christina]

Fri, 5 Jan 1810. (2.1.12).
‘MRS. NORRIS’S NEW ROMANCE. Miss FRANCES’S D[itt]o’.
Notes: [Books published this day] [also: Angelo Guiccardini; Alphonso; Amelia Mansfield; Bachelor; Leontina; Christina]

 

Star

Sat, 14 Oct 1809. (1.2.7).
‘MRS. NORRIS’S NEW ROMANCE, &c. &c. Speedily will be published’. 3v.
Notes: [also: list of novels that includes: Rosa in London; Mysteries of Ferney Castle; Caroline Ormsby; Castle of Arragon; Rival Heiresses.]

Sat, 21 Oct 1809. (1.1.3).
‘MRS. NORRIS’S NEW ROMANCE, &c. &c. Speedily will be published’. 3v.
Notes: [also: list of novels that includes: Rosa in London; Mysteries of Ferney Castle; Caroline Ormsby; Castle of Arragon; Rival Heiresses.]

Fri, 22 Dec 1809. (1.3.4).
‘Mrs. NORRIS’S NEW NOVEL, Mrs. FRANCES’ D[itt]o. &c. This day was published’. 3v. 15s.
Notes: [also: just published: Angelo Guicciardini; Alphonso; Amelia Mansfield; The Bachelor; Leontina.]

Tue, 26 Dec 1809. (1.3.4).
‘Mrs. NORRIS’S NEW NOVEL, Mrs. FRANCES’ D[itt]o. &c. This day was published’. 3v. 15s.
Notes: [also: just published: Angelo Guicciardini; Alphonso; Amelia Mansfield; The Bachelor; Leontina.]

 

Edinburgh Evening Courant

Mon, 26 Mar 1810. (1.3.1).
‘NEW NOVELS, &c. Just published by Henry Colburn, London, and John Anderson, Edinburgh’. 3v 15s. Boards.
Notes: [also: Castle of Arragon; Tales of Real Life, forming a sequel to Edgeworth’s Tales of Fashionable Life; Caroline Ormsby: ‘N.B. For a very high character of this little work, see the Gentleman’s Magazine, Feb 1810’; Rosa in London; Mysteries of Ferney Castle; Celia Suited]

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