British Fiction, 1800–1829

HATTON, Anne Julia Kemble. Uncle Peregrine’s Heiress (1828)

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Morning Chronicle

Wed, 9 Jan 1828. (1.3.15).
‘The following superior NOVELS and ROMANCES will be published in January and February’. 5 v
Notes: [also: Contrast; Young John Bull; Katherine; Exclusives; English Forbearance and Italian Vengeance; Belmont’s Daughte; Wolfgang of Essenberg]

Tue, 15 Jan 1828. (1.4.6).
‘[Books published this day]’. 5v  £1. 16s.
Notes: [also: by the same author: Deeds of the Olden times; Guilty, or not Guilty; Woman’s a Riddle] [also: Manfrone, 3rd edn; Bandit’s Bride, 3rd edn; Fatal Vow, 2nd edn]

Fri, 18 Jan 1828. (1.3.6).
‘[Books published this day]’. 5v  £1. 16s.
Notes: [also: by the same author: Deeds of the Olden times; Guilty, or not Guilty; Woman’s a Riddle] [also: ManfronŽ, 3rd edn; Bandit’s Bride, 3rd edn; Fatal Vow, 2nd edn]

Wed, 12 Mar 1828. (1.3.31).
‘[Books published this day]’. 5v  £1. 16s.
Notes: ‘The Literary Gazette of 2nd Feb, 1828, speaking of this Work, says "Her writings must become extremely popular; and ‘Uncle Peregrine’s Heiress’ may be recommended as an amusing and moral production". Favourable reviews of it are also in The Weekly Times, Dispatch, &c.'. [also: will be published in Mar and Apr: Contrast; Young John Bull; Fatal Vow]

Wed, 26 Mar 1828. (1.3.21).
‘[Books published this day]’. 5v  £1. 16s.
Notes: [same as adv. for 12 Mar but refers to the ‘Literary Chronicle’ rather than the Gazette]

 

Star

Wed, 9 Jan 1828. (1.1.3).
‘The following superior novels and romances will be published in January and February’. 5v
Notes: [also: Contrast; Young John Bull; Katharine; The Exclusive!; English Forbearance and Italian Revenge; Belmont’s Adughter; Wolfgang of Essenberg.]

Tue, 11 Mar 1828. (1.1.3).
‘This day was published’. 5v 12mo. £1. 10s.
Notes: ‘The Literary Gazette, of the 2d of Feb, 1828, speaking of this Work, says–"Her writings must become extremely popular; and Uncle Peregrine’s Heiress may be recommended as an amusing and moral production". Favourable reviews are also: in the Weekly Times, Dispatch, &c’. [also: will be published in Mar and Apr: Contrast; Young John Bull; Fatal Vow; Katharine; Belmont’s Daughter; Lathom House]

Wed, 26 Mar 1828. (1.1.4).
‘This day was published’. 5v 12mo. £1. 10s.
Notes: ‘The Literary Chronicle, of the 2d of Feb, 1828, speaking of this Work, says–"Her writings must become extremely popular; and Uncle Peregrine’s Heiress may be recommended as an amusing and moral production". Favourable reviews of it are also: in the Weekly Times, Dispatch, &c’. ‘By a very material error in the former Advertisement of the above Work, the critique was printed as from the Literary Gazette; it should have been the Literary Chronicle'.

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