British Fiction, 18001829

DALLAS, Robert Charles. Morlands, The (1805)

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Thu, 21 Nov 1805. (2.1.2).
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Notes: [also: by the same author: Aubrey: ‘We here announce to our Readers a very agreeable and instructive Novel, in which the incidents themselves afford a lesson, both improving and entertaining, and the sentiments are always founded on just perceptions of reason and nature’. Monthly Review, May 1805; Percival, 2nd edn]

Sat, 23 Nov 1805. (2.1.5).
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Sat, 16 Nov 1805. (1.4.2).
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Notes: [also: by the same author: Aubrey. ‘We have announce [sic] to our readers a very agreeable and instructive novel, in which the incidents themselves afford a lesson both improving and entertaining, and the sentiments are always founded on just perceptions of reason and nature’.’ Monthly Review, May 1805; Percival]

Wed, 20 Nov 1805. (1.2.3).
‘This day was published’.
Notes: [also: by the same author: Aubrey. ‘We have announce [sic] to our readers a very agreeable and instructive novel, in which the incidents themselves afford a lesson both improving and entertaining, and the sentiments are always founded on just perceptions of reason and nature. ‘ Monthly Review, May 1805; Percival]

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