British Fiction, 18001829

ROCHE, Regina Maria. Tradition Of The Castle, The (1824)

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Morning Chronicle

Mon, 8 Dec 1823. (4.3.3).
‘MRS ROCHE’S NEW WORK’. 4 large v 12mo. £1. 8s.
Notes: [Books published this day] [also: Children of the Abbey, 9th edn; Munster Cottage Boy; Maid of the Hamlet, 3rd edn; Vicar of Lansdown, 3rd edn; Trecothick Bower; House of Osma and Almeria]

Sat, 12 Jun 1824. (1.5.2).
‘[Books published this day]’. 4 large v 12mo. £1. 8s.
Notes: [in free advertising supplement to MC of 12 June 1824]. ‘Of all the Works of this description that have lately made their appearances, that from the pen of Mrs Roche is decidedly the most interesting; it is entitled "Tradition of the Castle" and is every way worthy of the classical taste and refined erudition of the fairAuthor; never perhaps were characters more finely or correctly drawn, or interesting incidents more highly worked up, than those with which the above work so amply abounds’. Morning Post, 15 Jan 1824.

 

Star

Sat, 11 Oct 1823. (1.2.7).
‘Mrs. Roche’s New Work. This day was published’. 4 large v  £1. 8s.
Notes: [also: by the same author: Children of the Abbey; Munster Cottage; Maid of the Hamlet; Vicar of Lansdown; Trecothick Bower; Houses of Osma and Almeria.]

Fri, 11 Jun 1824. (1.2.7).
‘This day was published’. 4 large v  £1. 8s.
Notes: ‘Of all the Works of this description that have lately made their appearance, that from the pen of Mrs Roche is decidedly the most interesting: it is intitled "Tradition of the Castle," and is every way worthy of the classical taste and refined erudition of the fair Author. Never, perhaps, were characters more finely or correctly drawn, or interesting incidents more highly worked up, than those with which the above Work so amply abounds’. Morning Post, 15 Jan 1824.

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