Title details for Andrew of Padua:

Year: 1820.
Author(s): Francisco FURBO and Leandra de VALLADERRAS 
Gender: Male.
Title: ANDREW OF PADUA, THE IMPROVISATORE; A TALE FROM THE ITALIAN OF THE ABBATE FURBO. AND THE VINDICTIVE FATHER, FROM THE SPANISH OF LEANDRA OF VALLADERRAS.
Publication: London: Printed for Sir Richard Phillips and Co. Bride Court, Bridge Street; sold by W. Sams, opposite St. James's Palace, and to be had of all Booksellers, 1820.
Format: 1 vol. (xiv, 294p). 12°.
Cat. nos: BL 1458.d.12; EN2 1820: 24; NSTC 2F18650; OCLC 9306151.
Notes: Foreign originals not discovered. Half-title missing, but the following is readable by being faintly mirrored on the preceding blank page: 'The Periodical Novelist, or Circulating Library. Vol III. Andrew of Padua and the Vindictive Father'. Cf. Glenfell (EN2 1820: 26) and Petrarch and Laura (EN2 1820: 28(a)). Preface by the Translator to the first tale, plus 'Biographical Sketch of the Abbate Furbo', pp. [v]–vii. 'The Vindictive Father, or Lorenzo and Claudia' is without preliminaries, and begins on p. [195].
DBF record no: 1820A024.

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