British Fiction, 18001829

BREWER, James Norris. Secrets Made Public (1808)

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Fri, 29 Jul 1808. (2.1.14).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  1. Sewed.
Notes: without subtitle ‘A Novel’. ‘Such satire can never offend the liberal, the upright, or the truly pious’. ‘The above work contains [illeg. on microfilm copy] anecdotes of several well-known families of a fashionable village in this vicinity of London’.

Mon, 29 Aug 1808. (2.1.13).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  1. Sewed.
Notes: without subtitle ‘A Novel’. ‘Such satire can never offend the liberal, the upright, or the truly pious’. ‘The above work contains [illeg. on microfilm copy] anecdotes of several well-known families of a fashionable village in this vicinity of London’.

Wed, 28 Sep 1808. (2.1.6).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4v  1. Sewed.
Notes: without subtitle ‘A Novel’. ‘Such satire can never offend the liberal, the upright, or the truly pious’. ‘The above work contains [illeg. on microfilm copy] anecdotes of several well-known families of a fashionable village in this vicinity of London’.

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