British Fiction, 18001829

OPIE, Amelia Alderson. Father And Daughter, The (1801)

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Morning Chronicle

Fri, 3 Apr 1801. (2.3.3).
‘This day is published’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [also: lately published: Lyrical Ballads; Poems by Southey; Alfred by Cottle]

Mon, 6 Apr 1801. (2.3.6).
‘This day is published’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [also: lately published: Lyrical Ballads; Poems by Southey; Alfred by Cottle]

Sat, 2 May 1801. (2.2.4).
‘This day is published’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: [also: lately published: Lyrical Ballads; Poems by Southey; Alfred by Cottle]

Thu, 28 Aug 1806. (2.1.3).
‘This Day is published...The Fifth Edition of’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: ‘with a frontispiece’. ‘This tale is replete with interest, and possesses pathos enough to affect the heart of the most callous of critical readers’. Monthly Review, June 1802. ‘Seldom have we met with any combination of incidents, real or imaginary, which possessed more of the deeply pathetic. The moral inculcated by this tale is seriously impressive’. Critical Review, May 1802. ‘A very affecting moral story. The incidents, which are of a domestic nature, occur naturally and "come home to the business and bosoms" of every class of readers’. European Magazine, Sept 1801. [also: by the same author: Simple Tales; Adeline Mowbray, 2nd edn; Poems]

Fri, 18 Aug 1809. (2.1.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: 6th edn with frontispiece. ‘This tale is replete with interest, and possesses pathos enough to affect the heart of the most callous of critical readers’. Monthly Review, June 1802. ‘Seldom have we met with any combination of incidents, real or imaginary, which possessed more of the deeply pathetic. The moral inculcated by this tale is seriously impressive’. Critical Review, May 1802. ‘A very affecting moral story. The incidents, which are of a domestic nature, occur naturally and "come home to the business and bosoms" of every class of readers’. European Magazine, Sept 1801. [also: by the same author: Poems, Simple Tales; Adeline Mowbray]

Fri, 23 May 1817. (2.1.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: 7th edn with frontispiece. ‘This tale is replete with interest, and possesses pathos enough to affect the heart of the most callous of critical readers’. Monthly Review [also: by the same author: Tales of Real Life; Simple Tales; Temper; Adeline Mowbray; Poems]

 

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Sat, 14 Mar 1801. (1.2.4).
‘This day was published’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d.
Notes: [also: various poetry publications, incl. Lyrical Ballads, Southey’s Poems, Cottle’s Alfred]

Wed, 18 Mar 1801. (1.3.3).
‘This day was published’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d.
Notes: [also: various poetry publications, incl. Lyrical Ballads, Southey’s Poems, Cottle’s Alfred]

Fri, 18 Sept 1801. (1.2.2).
‘This day was published’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d.
Notes: 2nd edn with frontispiece.

Tue, 22 Sept 1801. (1.1.4).
‘This day was published’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d.
Notes: 2nd edn with frontispiece.

Fri, 23 May 1817. (1.1.5).
‘This day was published. 7th ed’. 1v 12mo. 4s. 6d. Boards.
Notes: With Frontispiece. ‘This tale is replete with interest, and possesses pathos enough to affect the heart of the most callous of critical readers’. Monthly Review. [also:Tales of Real Life; Simple Tales; Temper; Adeline Mowbray; Poems]

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