British Fiction, 18001829

BARRETT, Eaton Stannard. Miss-Led General, The (1808)

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Morning Chronicle

Mon, 16 Nov 1807. (1.4.5).
‘In the press and will be published in a few days, elegantly printed’. 1 pocket v   7s. In extra Boards.
Notes: ‘hot-pressed and embellished with a humourous coloured frontispiece’. As ‘The Mis-led General’. 'Printed uniformly with The Rising Sun'.

Fri, 20 Nov 1807. (1.4.7).
‘In the press and will be published in a few days, elegantly printed’. 1 pocket v   7s. In extra Boards.
Notes: ‘hot-pressed and embellished with a humourous coloured frontispiece’. As ‘The Mis-led General’. 'Printed uniformly with The Rising Sun'.

Wed, 25 Nov 1807. (1.4.13).
‘In the press and will be published in a few days, elegantly printed’. 1 pocket v   7s. In extra Boards.
Notes: ‘hot-pressed and embellished with a humourous coloured frontispiece’. As ‘The Mis-led General’. 'Printed uniformly with The Rising Sun'.

Tue, 1 Dec 1807. (1.4.3).
‘This day is published’. 1 pocket v   7s. In extra Boards.
Notes: ‘hot-pressed and embellished with a humourous coloured frontispiece’. As ‘The Mis-led General’. 'Printed uniformly with The Rising Sun'.

Mon, 21 Dec 1807. (1.4.10).
‘This day is published’. 1 pocket v  7s. In extra Boards.
Notes: ‘hot-pressed and embellished with a humourous coloured frontispiece’. As ‘The Mis-led General’. 'Printed uniformly with The Rising Sun'.

 

Star

Mon, 16 Nov 1807. (1.4.1).
‘In the Press, and will be published in a few days, elegantly printed in One Pocket Volume, hot presed, and embellished with a humourous coloured frontispiece’
Notes: 'exhibiting further Memoirs of the Grildrig family, and also: recording the wonderful exploits of the renowned General Whitepot and Colonel Cheesecurd. By the Author of the Rising Sun. Priced uniformly with that popular Work'. ‘–For many years he drove,/ A kind of broking-trade in love’.

Thu, 19 Nov 1807. (1.2.4).
‘In the Press, and will be published in a few days, elegantly printed in One Pocket Volume, hot pressed, and embellished with a humourous coloured frontispiece’
Notes: 'exhibiting further Memoirs of the Grildrig family, and also: recording the wonderful exploits of the renowned General Whitepot and Colonel Cheesecurd. By the Author of the Rising Sun. Priced uniformly with that popular Work'. ‘–For many years he drove,/ A kind of broking-trade in love’.

Mon, 21 Dec 1807. (1.2.1).
‘This day was published’. 1v   7s. Extra Boards.
Notes: 'exhibiting further Memoirs of the Grildrig family, and also: recording the wonderful exploits of the renowned General Whitepot and Colonel Cheesecurd. By the Author of the Rising Sun. Priced uniformly with that popular Work'. ‘–For many years he drove,/ A kind of broking-trade in love’.

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