British Fiction, 18001829

BURY, Lady Charlotte Susan Maria. Flirtation (1827)

Newspaper Advertisements

Morning Chronicle

Mon, 12 Mar 1827. (1.3.5).
‘In the press’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Thu, 15 Mar 1827. (1.3.6).
‘In the press’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Fri, 16 Mar 1827. (1.3.11).
‘In the press’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Thu, 17 May 1827. (2.2.2).
‘In the press’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Mon, 21 May 1827. (2.1.2).
‘In the press’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Fri, 25 May 1827. (1.4.10).
‘In the press’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Mon, 28 May 1827. (2.2.6).
‘In the press’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Tue, 29 May 1827. (1.3.16).
‘In the press’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Wed, 30 May 1827. (1.3.6).
‘In the press’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day]

Mon, 5 Nov 1827. (1.3.8).
‘In a few days’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Wed, 7 Nov 1827. (1.5.6).
‘In a few days’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Fri, 9 Nov 1827. (1.3.3).
‘In a few days’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Thu, 15 Nov 1827. (1.3.2).
‘On Saturday next’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Sat, 17 Nov 1827. (1.2.6).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Thu, 22 Nov 1827. (1.2.10).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Sat, 24 Nov 1827. (1.3.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Tue, 27 Nov 1827. (1.2.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Thu, 29 Nov 1827. (1.2.22).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Tue, 4 Dec 1827. (1.2.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Sat, 8 Dec 1827. (1.3.1).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Tue, 11 Dec 1827. (1.2.28).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Fri, 14 Dec 1827. (1.2.7).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Mon, 17 Dec 1827. (1.3.5).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Tue, 18 Dec 1827. (1.2.13).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Fri, 21 Dec 1827. (1.2.10).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are they not in the actual practice of guilt, who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator

Fri, 11 Jan 1828. (1.3.18).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 2nd edn. ‘Flirtation’ is not merely the title, but the prevailing genius of this novel, as indeed, it ought to be. The noble authoress follows her subject, and never wanders from it; every incident is metamorphosed into it. How redolent of flirtation is every chapter! What an entireness of subject pervades every line! Flirtation on the part of men-flirtation on the part of women–flirtation abroad–flirtation at home–flirtation in low life and in high life–flirtation among the single and among the married–private flirtation and public flirtation; and many phases more than we have room to enumerate of the same vice. If this picture should fail in reforming the male coquettes who indulge in it, we entertain confident hopes that the fair will listen to her Ladyship’s exhortations and be taught to renounce so dangerous a pastime’. New Monthly Magazine.

Mon, 14 Jan 1828. (1.3.13).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 2nd edn. ‘Flirtation’ is not merely the title, but the prevailing genius of this novel, as indeed, it ought to be. The noble authoress follows her subject, and never wanders from it; every incident is metamorphosed into it. How redolent of flirtation is every chapter! What an entireness of subject pervades every line! Flirtation on the part of men-flirtation on the part of women–flirtation abroad–flirtation at home–flirtation in low life and in high life–flirtation among the single and among the married–private flirtation and public flirtation; and many phases more than we have room to enumerate of the same vice. If this picture should fail in reforming the male coquettes who indulge in it, we entertain confident hopes that the fair will listen to her Ladyship’s exhortations and be taught to renounce so dangerous a pastime’. New Monthly Magazine.

Wed, 16 Jan 1828. (1.3.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 2nd edn. ‘Flirtation’ is not merely the title, but the prevailing genius of this novel, as indeed, it ought to be. The noble authoress follows her subject, and never wanders from it; every incident is metamorphosed into it. How redolent of flirtation is every chapter! What an entireness of subject pervades every line! Flirtation on the part of men-flirtation on the part of women–flirtation abroad–flirtation at home–flirtation in low life and in high life–flirtation among the single and among the married–private flirtation and public flirtation; and many phases more than we have room to enumerate of the same vice. If this picture should fail in reforming the male coquettes who indulge in it, we entertain confident hopes that the fair will listen to her Ladyship’s exhortations and be taught to renounce so dangerous a pastime’. New Monthly Magazine.

Tue, 4 Mar 1828. (1.3.26).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 2nd edn. ‘Are not they in the actual practice of guilt who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Mon, 10 Mar 1828. (2.1.5).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 2nd edn. ‘Are not they in the actual practice of guilt who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Tue, 11 Mar 1828. (1.4.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 2nd edn. ‘Are not they in the actual practice of guilt who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Mon, 17 Mar 1828. (1.4.19).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Flirtation’ is not merely the title, but the prevailing genius of this novel, as indeed, it ought to be. The noble authoress follows her subject, and never wanders from it; every incident is metamorphosed into it. How redolent of flirtation is every chapter! What an entireness of subject pervades every line! Flirtation on the part of men-flirtation on the part of women–flirtation abroad–flirtation at home–flirtation in low life and in high life–flirtation among the single and among the married–private flirtation and public flirtation; and many phases more than we have room to enumerate of the same vice. If this picture should fail in reforming the male coquettes who indulge in it, we entertain confident hopes that the fair will listen to her Ladyship’s exhortations and be taught to renounce so dangerous a pastime’. New Monthly Magazine.

Thu, 20 Mar 1828. (1.4.24).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Flirtation’ is not merely the title, but the prevailing genius of this novel, as indeed, it ought to be. The noble authoress follows her subject, and never wanders from it; every incident is metamorphosed into it. How redolent of flirtation is every chapter! What an entireness of subject pervades every line! Flirtation on the part of men-flirtation on the part of women–flirtation abroad–flirtation at home–flirtation in low life and in high life–flirtation among the single and among the married–private flirtation and public flirtation; and many phases more than we have room to enumerate of the same vice. If this picture should fail in reforming the male coquettes who indulge in it, we entertain confident hopes that the fair will listen to her Ladyship’s exhortations and be taught to renounce so dangerous a pastime’. New Monthly Magazine.

Wed, 16 Apr 1828. (1.3.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Are not they in the actual practice of guilt who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Sat, 19 Apr 1828. (1.4.16).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Are not they in the actual practice of guilt who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Mon, 21 Apr 1828. (1.4.7).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Are not they in the actual practice of guilt who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Thu, 24 Apr 1828. (1.5.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Are not they in the actual practice of guilt who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Mon, 28 Apr 1828. (1.5.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Are not they in the actual practice of guilt who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Thu, 1 May 1828. (1.4.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: 3rd edn. ‘Are not they in the actual practice of guilt who care not whether they are thought guilty or not?’ Spectator.

 

Edinburgh Evening Courant

Mon, 12 Nov 1827. (1.3.5).
‘In a few days’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘Are not they in the actual practice of Guilt, who care not whether they are though Guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Mon, 26 Nov 1827. (1.3.5).
‘Just published’. 3v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘Are not they in the actual practice of Guilt, who care not whether they are though Guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Mon, 3 Dec 1827. (1.3.3).
‘[none]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are not they in the actual practice of Guilt, who care not whether they are though Guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Mon, 17 Dec 1827. (1.3.1).
‘[none]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are not they in the actual practice of Guilt, who care not whether they are though Guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Sat, 22 Dec 1827. (1.3.7).
‘[none]’. 3v post 8vo. 1. 11s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Are not they in the actual practice of Guilt, who care not whether they are though Guilty or not?’ Spectator.

Print | Close


© 2004 Project Director: Professor Peter Garside;
Research Associates: Dr Jacqueline Belanger, Dr Sharon Ragaz;
Database/Website Developer: Dr Anthony Mandal