British Fiction, 18001829

PHILLIPS, Charles. Loves Of Celestine And St Aubert, The (1811)

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Morning Chronicle

Mon, 4 Feb 1811. (2.1.9).
‘MR PHILLIPS NEW NOVEL’. 2 elegant v  10s. 6d.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘With a Portrait of the Author’. [also: The Missionary. N.B. ‘A few copies of each work may be had with the Portraits beautifully coloured’]

Star

Sat, 26 Jan 1811. (1.3.4).
‘Mr. Phillips’s New Novel. This day was published’. 2 elegant v  10s. 6d.
Notes: Subtitle as ‘a Romantic Tale, partly founded on fact’. [also: The Missionary. ‘N.B. A few of each work may be had, with the Portraits beautifully coloured’]

Mon, 22 July 1811. (1.1.7).
‘Novel in Rousseau’s Style. This day was published’. 2 elegant v  10s. 6d.
Notes: Subtitle as ‘a Romantic Tale, partly founded on fact’. ‘By Charles Phillips, A.B., Late of Trinity College, Dublin, Student of the Middle Temple, and Author of the Consolations of Erin. Containing Sketches of Eminent Irish Characters. A Poem of Transcendent Merit, dedicated, by permission, to the Prince Regent’.

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