British Fiction, 18001829

GENLIS, Stéphanie Félicité, Comtesse de. New Aera, The (1819)

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Morning Chronicle

Wed, 9 June 1819. (2.1.10).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: also in French, 3v 18s. '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 author has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Mon, 14 June 1819. (2.1.14).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: also in French, 3v 18s. ‘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 author has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Tue, 3 Aug 1819. (1.5.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour'. ‘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 author has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Fri, 6 Aug 1819. (1.4.13).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour'. ‘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 author has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Wed, 18 Aug 1819. (1.5.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmou'r. ‘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 author has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Thu, 26 Aug 1819. (1.5.11).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour'. ‘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 author has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Wed, 15 Sept 1819. (1.4.7).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour'. ‘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 author has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Fri, 17 Sept 1819. (1.5.14).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmou'. ‘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 author has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Mon, 4 Oct 1819. (1.5.7).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour'. ‘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 author has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Thu, 6 Jan 1820. (1.4.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour; or, the New Aera'. ‘Like the ingenious author of Gil Blas, Madame de Genlis has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Sat, 8 Jan 1820. (2.2.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour; or, the New Aera'. ‘Like the ingenious author of Gil Blas, Madame de Genlis has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Wed, 12 Jan 1820. (2.2.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour; or, the New Aera'. ‘Like the ingenious author of Gil Blas, Madame de Genlis has described personages of all ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous’.

Fri, 11 Feb 1820. (1.5.15).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v or 3v in French. 24s. or 18s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour; or, the New Aera'. [also: by the same author: Petrarch and Laura; Jane of France; Zuma; Henri le Grand]

Wed, 16 Feb 1820. (2.4.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v or 3v in French. 24s. or 18s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour; or, the New Aera'. [also: by the same author: Petrarch and Laura; Jane of France; Zuma; Henri le Grand]

Thu, 17 Feb 1820. (2.1.3).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v or 3v in French. 24s. or 18s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour; or, the New Aera'. [also: by the same author: Petrarch and Laura; Jane of France; Zuma; Henri le Grand]

Fri, 14 Apr 1820. (2.1.12).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v or 3v in French. 24s. or 18s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour; or, the New Aera'. [also: by the same author: Petrarch and Laura; Jane of France; Zuma; Henri le Grand]

Wed, 19 Apr 1820. (2.2.8).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v or 3v in French. 24s. or 18s.
Notes: As 'Adventures of Julien Delmour; or, the New Aera'. [also: by the same author: Petrarch and Laura; Jane of France; Zuma; Henri le Grand]

 

Star

Tue, 18 May 1819. (1.1.7).
‘This day was published. A translation of Madame de Genlis’ National Tale, Les Parvenus’. 4v  24s.
Notes: [also lists the original French edn]

Mon, 21 June 1819. (1.1.12).
‘This day was published’. 4v  24s.
Notes: ‘a French National Tale’. [also: French original]. 'This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of Society and Manners in France for the last 30 years. Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous'.

Fri, 2 July 1819. (1.1.4).
‘This day was published’. 4v  24s.
Notes: ‘a French National Tale’. [also: French original]. 'This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of Society and Manners in France for the last 30 years. Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous'.

Fri, 30 July 1819. (1.2.2).
‘This day was published’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As ‘Adventures of Julien Delmour’. 'This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of Society and Manners in France for the last 30 years. Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous.

Mon, 9 Aug 1819. (1.1.2).
‘This day was published’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As ‘Adventures of Julien Delmour’. 'This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of Society and Manners in France for the last 30 years. Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous'.

Tue, 17 Aug 1819. (1.1.4).
‘This day was published’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As ‘Adventures of Julien Delmour’. 'This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of Society and Manners in France for the last 30 years. Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous'.

Sat, 21 Aug 1819. (1.1.3).
‘This day was published’. 4v 24s.
Notes: As ‘Adventures of Julien Delmour’. 'This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of Society and Manners in France for the last 30 years. Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous.

Thu, 16 Sept 1819. (1.3.2).
‘This day was published’. 4v 24s.
Notes: As ‘Adventures of Julien Delmour’. This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of Society and Manners in France for the last 30 years. Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous'.

Tue, 5 Oct 1819. (1.3.3).
‘This day was published’. 4v 24s.
Notes: As ‘Adventures of Julien Delmour’. 'This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of Society and Manners in France for the last 30 years. Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous'.

Wed, 5 Jan 1820. (1.2.3).
‘This day was published’. 4v 24s.
Notes: As ‘Adventures of Julien Delmour’. 'This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of Society and Manners in France for the last 30 years. Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous'.

Thu, 13 Jan 1820. (1.1.3).
‘This day was published’. 4v 24s.
Notes: As ‘Adventures of Julien Delmour’. 'This interesting fiction exhibits a complete view of Society and Manners in France for the last 30 years. Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous'.

Tue, 15 Feb 1820. (1.1.5).
‘Just published’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As ‘Adventures of Julien Delmour’. [also: Petrarch and Laura; Jane of France; Zuma; Henri le Grand]

Sat, 8 Apr 1820. (1.2.4).
‘This day was published’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As ‘Julien Delmour’. 'Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous'.

Fri, 14 Apr 1820. (1.3.2).
‘This day was published’. 4v  24s.
Notes: As ‘Julien Delmour’. 'Like the ingenious Author of Gil Blas, the Author has described Personages of all Ranks, and criticised every thing which in manners appeared to her reprehensible or ridiculous'.

 

Edinburgh Evening Courant

Sat, 27 Mar 1819. (1.3.2).
‘MADAME DE GENLIS’ NEW WORK. This day are published’. 18s.
Notes: Adv. is for the French original, but states that ‘The Translation of this interesting Work is in the Press’. [also: Zuma and other French novels.

Mon, 5 July 1819. (1.5.1).
‘INTERESTING WORKS. Just published’. 4v  24s.
Notes:
As a ‘French national tale’. [also in French] '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'. [also: Florence Macarthy] [also: in the press, and will appear in a few days: Harold the Exile: ‘Oh! what a noble mind was here o’erthrown’; The Hermit in London].

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