British Fiction, 18001829

HELME, Elizabeth. Pilgrim Of The Cross, The (1805)

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Morning Chronicle

Thu, 21 Nov 1805. (2.1.7).
‘Mrs. HELME’S NEW NOVEL. This Day is Published’. 4v

Sat, 7 Dec 1805. (2.2.5).
‘Mrs. HELME’S NEW NOVEL. This Day is published’. 4v 12mo. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘This is an interesting Story, formed from events which are supposed to have taken place in the time of the Crusade—The manners of the times are tolerably well exhibited; and the characters sufficiently marked. The matter, on the whole, is sufficiently interesting to keep the attention alive; and the work certainly deserves a favourable reception’. Literary Journal, Nov. [also: by the same author: The Secret]

Thu, 28 Aug 1806. (2.2.8).
‘Mrs. HELME’S NEW NOVEL. Just published’. 4v 12mo. 18s. Sewed.
Notes: ‘This is an interesting Story, formed from events which are supposed to have taken place in the time of the Crusade—The manners of the times are tolerably well exhibited; and the characters sufficiently marked. The matter, on the whole, is sufficiently interesting to keep the attention alive; and the work certainly deserves a favourable reception’. Literary Journal, Nov. [also: by the same author: The Secret]

Tue, 3 Feb 1807. (2.1.7).
‘Mrs. HELME’S NEW NOVEL. Just published’. 4v 12mo. 18s. Sewed.
Notes: ‘This is an interesting Story, formed from events which are supposed to have taken place in the time of the Crusade—The manners of the times are tolerably well exhibited; and the characters sufficiently marked. The matter, on the whole, is sufficiently interesting to keep the attention alive; and the work certainly deserves a favourable reception’. Literary Journal, Nov. [also: by the same author: The Secret]

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