Title details for Amatory Tales of Spain, France, Switzerland, and the Mediterranean:

Year: 1810.
Author(s): Honoria SCOTT [pseud?]
Gender: Female.
Title: AMATORY TALES OF SPAIN, FRANCE, SWITZERLAND, AND THE MEDITERRANEAN: CONTAINING THE FAIR ANDALUSIAN; ROSOLIA OF PALERMO; AND THE MALTESE PORTRAIT: INTERSPERSED WITH PIECES OF ORIGINAL POETRY. IN FOUR VOLUMES. BY HONORIA SCOTT, AUTHOR OF THE WINTER IN EDINBURGH, &C.
Publication: London: Published for J. Dick, 55, Chiswell Street; and sold by all the Booksellers, 1810.
Format: 4 vols (I 235p; II 238p; III 226p; IV 256p). 12°.
Cat. nos: Corvey; CME 3-628-48538-X; ECB 520; EN2 1810: 72; NSTC S759; OCLC 13316026.
Notes: 'To the Reader' (1 p. unn.), dated 'Chiswell Street, May, 1810'. This states: 'Owing to the Absence of the Author from Town during the Time this Work was in the Press, several Errors have unavoidably crept in, particularly with respect to the Names of Places in Malta &c. []. Should a Second Edition be called for, the whole shall be carefully revised and corrected.' Adv. Opp. T.p. in vols 2, 3, 4 for the same writer's The Authoress (as 'In the Press', but evidently never published), promising 'a characteristic Work of Humour and Anecdote, containing the Author's Literary Adventures, with a Sketch of her Life'. For the possible identity of this author, as Mrs Susan Fraser, see Notes to A Winter in Edinburgh (EN2 1810: 74).
DBF record no: 1810A073.

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