British Fiction, 18001829

WALKER, Anne. Rich And Poor (1823)

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Morning Chronicle

Thu, 19 June 1823. (1.5.6).
‘Next week will be published’. 1v 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: [Books published this day] ‘Spare no arrows’ John Knox. ‘I hear that some aske, how I dare so plaine, / Taxe the abuses, that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it, / Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

Fri, 4 July 1823. (2.1.15).
‘[Books published this day]’. 1v 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’ John Knox. ‘I hear that some aske, how I dare so plaine, / Taxe the abuses, that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it, / Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

Thu, 7 Aug 1823. (1.4.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 1v 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’ John Knox. ‘I hear that some aske, how I dare so plaine, / Taxe the abuses, that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it, / Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

Mon, 1 Mar 1824. (2.4.4).
‘[Books published this day]’. 1v 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’ John Knox. ‘I hear that some aske, how I dare so plaine, / Taxe the abuses, that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it, / Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

 

Star

Thu, 19 June 1823. (1.2.8).
‘Next Week will be published’. 1v post 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’. John Knox. ‘I heare, that some aske, how I dare so plaine/ Taxe the abuses that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it,/ Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

Mon, 30 June 1823. (1.2.3).
‘This day was published’. 1v post 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’. John Knox. ‘I heare, that some aske, how I dare so plaine/ Taxe the abuses that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it,/ Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

Thu, 7 Aug 1823. (1.1.3).
‘This day was published’. 1v post 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’. John Knox. ‘I heare, that some aske, how I dare so plaine/ Taxe the abuses that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it,/ Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

Mon, 23 Feb 1824. (1.2.5).
‘This day was published’. 1v post 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’. John Knox. ‘I heare, that some aske, how I dare so plaine/ Taxe the abuses that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it,/ Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

 

Edinburgh Evening Courant

Thu, 5 June 1823. (1.4.1).
‘In a few days will be published’. 1v post 8vo.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’. John Knox.

Thu, 12 June 1823. (1.3.2).
‘Next week will be published’. 1v post 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’. John Knox. ‘I heare that some aske, how I dare so plaine/ Taxe the abuses, that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it/ Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

Sat, 21 June 1823. (1.4.2).
‘This day is published’. 1v post 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’. John Knox. ‘I heare that some aske, how I dare so plaine/ Taxe the abuses, that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it/ Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

Sat, 5 July 1823. (1.3.4).
‘This day is published’. 1v post 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’. John Knox. ‘I heare that some aske, how I dare so plaine/ Taxe the abuses, that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it/ Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

Sat, 19 July 1823. (1.3.2).
‘This day is published’. 1v post 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’. John Knox. ‘I heare that some aske, how I dare so plaine/ Taxe the abuses, that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it/ Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

Mon, 28 July 1823. (1.3.4).
‘This day is published’. 1v post 8vo. 10s. 6d.
Notes: ‘Spare no arrows’. John Knox. ‘I heare that some aske, how I dare so plaine/ Taxe the abuses, that I now see raigne;/ I muse as much, they dare say ill unto it/ Or dare to aske me, howe I dare to do it?’ George Wither.

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