British Fiction, 18001829

WYNDHAM, Alicia?. Harold The Exile (1819)

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Morning Chronicle

Fri, 28 May 1819. (2.2.12).
‘On Tuesday next will be published’. 3v
Notes: [Books published this day] Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit-street.

Mon, 31 May 1819. (2.2.5).
‘On Tuesday next will be published’. 3v
Notes: [Books published this day] Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit-street.

Wed, 9 June 1819. (2.1.12).
‘Shortly will be published’. 3v
Notes: [Books published this day] Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit-street. ‘Oh! What a noble mind was here o’erthrown’.

Mon, 14 June 1819. (2.1.16).
‘Shortly will be published’. 3v.
Notes: [Books published this day] Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit-street. ‘Oh! What a noble mind was here o’erthrown’.

Mon, 19 July 1819. (2.1.3).
‘[Books published this day]’.
Notes:' in a few days'.

Tue, 20 July 1819. (2.1.4).
‘[Books published this day]’.
Notes: 'in a few days'.

Fri, 23 July 1819. (2.1.2).
‘[Books published this day]’.
Notes: 'on Monday next'.

Mon, 26 July 1819. (2.1.5).
‘[Books published this day]’.
Notes: 'This Day'.

Tue, 3 Aug 1819. (1.5.6).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Fri, 6 Aug 1819. (1.4.11).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Wed, 18 Aug 1819. (1.5.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Thu, 26 Aug 1819. (1.5.9).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Wed, 15 Sept 1819. (1.4.5).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Fri, 17 Sept 1819. (1.5.12).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Mon, 4 Oct 1819. (1.5.5).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v

21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Tue, 28 Dec 1819. (1.5.8).
‘POPULAR NOVELS lately published by Henry Colburn and Co. Conduit-street; and sold by Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh; and John Cumming, Dublin; and may be had at all respectable Libraries'.
Notes: [Books published this day] [also: Petrarch and Laura by Genlis; Julien Delmour; Jane of France; Zuma; or, the Tree of Health and other Tales; Hermit in London; Florence Macarthy, 4th edn; O’Donnel, new edn; Heroine, 3rd edn; Glenarvon, 4th edn; Adolphe; Rhoda; Edgar, a National Tale; Tales of Wonder, of Humour, and of Sentiment] [also: in the press: Country Neighbours, by Miss Burney [Tales of Fancy]]

Thu, 30 Dec 1819. (2.2.13).
‘POPULAR NOVELS lately published by Henry Colburn and Co. Conduit-street; and sold by Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh; and John Cumming, Dublin; and may be had at all respectable Libraries'.
Notes: [Books published this day] [also: Petrarch and Laura by Genlis; Julien Delmour; Jane of France; Zuma; or, the Tree of Health and other Tales; Hermit in London; Florence Macarthy, 4th edn; O’Donnel, new edn; Heroine, 3rd edn; Glenarvon, 4th edn; Adolphe; Rhoda; Edgar, a National Tale; Tales of Wonder, of Humour, and of Sentiment] [also: in the press: Country Neighbours, by Miss Burney [Tales of Fancy]]

Thu, 6 Jan 1820. (1.4.7).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene,/ In darkness and in storm he found delight;/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ the southern sun diffused his dazzling shene,/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul:/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ and down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Sat, 8 Jan 1820. (2.2.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene,/ In darkness and in storm he found delight;/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ the southern sun diffused his dazzling shene,/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul:/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ and down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Wed, 12 Jan 1820. (2.2.6).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene,/ In darkness and in storm he found delight;/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ the southern sun diffused his dazzling shene,/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul:/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ and down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Fri, 14 Apr 1820. (2.1.10).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene,/ In darkness and in storm he found delight;/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ the southern sun diffused his dazzling shene,/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul:/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ and down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Thu, 20 Apr 1820. (2.2.6).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene,/ In darkness and in storm he found delight;/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ the southern sun diffused his dazzling shene,/ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul:/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ and down his cheek a tear of pity roll/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

 

Star

Tue, 18 May 1819. (1.1.4).
‘On the first of June will be published’. 3v.
Notes: Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit-street.

Fri, 28 May 1819. (1.2.1).
‘On the first of June will be published’. 3v.
Notes: Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit-street.

Mon, 21 June 1819. (1.1.6).
‘Shortly will be published’. 3v.
Notes: Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit-street. ‘Oh! What a noble mind was here o’erthrown!’

Sat, 26 June 1819. (1.1.1).
‘Shortly will be published’. 3v.
Notes: Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit-street. ‘Oh! What a noble mind was here o’erthrown!’

Mon, 19 July 1819. (1.1.1).
‘In a few days will be published’. 3v.
Notes: Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit-street. ‘Oh! What a noble mind was here o’erthrown!’

Wed, 21 July 1819. (1.2.1).
‘HAROLD, THE EXILE–in a few days’.

Fri, 23 July 1819. (1.3.1).
‘HAROLD, THE EXILE–on MONDAY NEXT’.

Fri, 30 July 1819. (1.2.3).
‘This day was published’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on an ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul;/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Tue, 10 Aug 1819. (1.1.4).
‘This day was published’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on an ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul;/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Tue, 17 Aug 1819. (1.1.5).
‘This day was published’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on an ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul;/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Sat, 21 Aug 1819. (1.1.4).
‘This day was published’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on an ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul;/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Thu, 16 Sept 1819. (1.3.3).
‘This day was published’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scenes./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on an ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul;/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Tue, 5 Oct 1819. (1.3.4).
‘This day was published’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scenes./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on an ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul;/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Sat, 25 Dec 1819. (1.2.6).
‘POPULAR NOVELS. Lately published by Henry Colburn and Co. Conduit-street; and sold by Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh; and John Cumming, Dublin; and maybe had at all respectable Libraries’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: [also: Petrarch and Laura; Julien Delamour, or the new Aera; Jane of France; Zuma; Hermit in London; Florence Macarthy, 4th edn; The Heroine, 3rd edn; Glenarvon, 4th edn; Adolphe; Rhoda; Edgar, a National Tale; Tales of Wonder, of Humour, and of Sentiment] [also: in the Press, Country Neighbours, a Novel, by Miss Burney [Tales of Fancy]]

Wed, 5 Jan 1820. (1.2.4).
‘This day was published’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scenes./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on an ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul;/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Wed, 12 Jan 1820. (1.2.5).
‘This day was published’. 3v. 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scenes./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on an ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul;/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Sat, 8 Apr 1820. (1.2.5).
‘This day was published’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scenes./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on an ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul;/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervent,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

Fri, 14 Apr 1820. (1.3.3).
‘This day was published’. 3v 21s.
Notes: ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scenes./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on an ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul;/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to controul’.

 

Edinburgh Evening Courant

Thu, 2 Sept 1819. (1.4.2).
‘This day is published’. 3v 21s.
Notes:
Sold by Colburn. ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene[sic]./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul:/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to control’. [also: Adventures of Julien Delamour: ‘This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of society and manners in France for the last thirty years. Like the ingenious author of Gil Blas, the writer has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’; The Hermit in London: ‘ ‘Tis pleasant through the loop-holes of retreat/ To peep at such a world; to see the stir/ Of the great Babel, and not feel the crowd’. Cowper]

Mon, 18 Oct 1819. (1.3.3).
‘This day is published’. 3v. 21s.
Notes:
Sold by Colburn. ‘In truth he was a strange and wayward wight,/ Fond of each gentle and each dreadful scene./ In darkness and in storm he found delight:/ Nor less than when on ocean wave serene/ The southern sun diffused his dazzling shene[sic]./ Even sad vicissitude amused his soul:/ And if a sigh would sometimes intervene,/ And down his cheek a tear of pity roll,/ A sigh, a tear so sweet, he wished not to control’.[also: Adventures of Julien Delamour: ‘This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of society and manners in France for the last thirty years. Like the ingenious author of Gil Blas, the writer has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’; The Hermit in London: ‘ ‘Tis pleasant through the loop-holes of retreat/ To peep at such a world; to see the stir/ Of the great Babel, and not feel the crowd’. Cowper]

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