British Fiction, 18001829

PARKER, Emma. Guerrilla Chief, The (1815)

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Sat, 25 Feb 1815. (2.3.16).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: [also: Milford House]

Fri, 24 Mar 1815. (2.2.16).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: [also: Milford House]

Wed, 29 Mar 1815. (2.2.9).
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Notes: [also: Milford House]

Tue, 4 Apr 1815. (2.1.19).
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Notes: [also: Milford House]

Thu, 6 Apr 1815. (2.2.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: [also: Milford House]

Thu, 22 June 1815. (2.2.9).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: [also: Milford House]

Tue, 27 June 1815. (2.2.20).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: [also: Milford House]

Thu, 25 Jan 1816. (2.1.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: [also: Milford House]

Sat, 27 Jan 1816. (1.5.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: [also: Milford House]

Fri, 5 Apr 1816. (2.1.11).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: ‘This is an agreeable Novel, in which the lively writer has introduced us to several pleasing characters, and has added zest to their history by supposing it to be connected with recent and interesting events’. Monthly Review, Dec 1815. [also: Mitford House]

Fri, 12 Apr 1816. (2.1.12).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: ‘This is an agreeable Novel, in which the lively writer has introduced us to several pleasing characters, and has added zest to their history by supposing it to be connected with recent and interesting events’. Monthly Review, Dec 1815. [also: Mitford House]

Sat, 25 May 1816. (2.1.16).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: ‘This is an agreeable Novel, in which the lively writer has introduced us to several pleasing characters, and has added zest to their history by supposing it to be connected with recent and interesting events’. Monthly Review, Dec 1815. [also: Mitford House]

Thu, 28 Nov 1816. (1.5.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: 2nd edn. ‘This is an agreeable Novel, in which the lively writer has introduced us to several pleasing characters, and has added zest to their history by supposing it to be connected with recent and interesting events’. Monthly Review, Dec 1815. [also: Mitford House]

Sat, 30 Nov 1816. (1.5.7).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: 2nd edn. ‘This is an agreeable Novel, in which the lively writer has introduced us to several pleasing characters, and has added zest to their history by supposing it to be connected with recent and interesting events’. Monthly Review, Dec 1815. [also: Mitford House]

Thu, 3 Apr 1817. (2.2.1).
‘A Second Edition of’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: [Books published this day] 2nd edn. ‘This is an agreeable Novel, in which the lively writer has introduced us to several pleasing characters, and has added zest to their history by supposing it to be connected with recent and interesting events’. Monthly Review, Dec 1815. [also: Mitford House]

Tue, 17 Nov 1818. (2.1.20).
‘Second Edition of’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: [Books published this day] 2nd edn. ‘I seek thy strand,/ Romantic Spain! Tis but to while away/ The lingering hours, in Fancy’s fairy land/ And frame wild fictions of thy latter day’. Mitford. ‘The Monthly Review gives the following opinion of it: "This is an interesting Novel, in which the lively writer introduces us to several pleasing characters, and adds a zest to their history, by supposing it to be connected with recent and interesting public events"’.

Mon, 12 Apr 1819. (2.1.11).
‘Second Edition of’. 3v 12mo. 21s.
Notes: [Books published this day] 2nd edn. ‘I seek thy strand,/ Romantic Spain! Tis but to while away/ The lingering hours, in Fancy’s fairy land/ And frame wild fictions of thy latter day’. Mitford. ‘The Monthly Review gives the following opinion of it: "This is an interesting Novel, in which the lively writer introduces us to several pleasing characters, and adds a zest to their history, by supposing it to be connected with recent and interesting public events"’.

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