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1308,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1817A053","Education","Eliza TAYLOR",1817,"Female",,"EDUCATION; OR, ELIZABETH, HER LOVER AND HUSBAND. A TALE FOR 1817. IN THREE VOLUMES. BY ELIZA TAYLOR","London: Printed at the Minerva Press for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1817","3 vols (I vii, 211p; II 227p; III 233p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-48943-1; ECB 578; EN2 1817: 53; NSTC 2T3185; OCLC 13349247","For the probable distinctness of Eliza Taylor from Miss Taylor, also a Minerva author, see Notes to <a href=""titleDetails.asp?title=1803A069""><i>The Nobleman and his Steward</i></a> (EN2 1803: 69)",,,
1309,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1817A054","Rachel","Jane TAYLOR",1817,"Female",,"RACHEL: A TALE","London: Printed for Taylor and Hessey, 93, Fleet Street, 1817","1 vol. (153p, ill.). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-48486-3; ECB 477; EN2 1817: 54; NSTC 2R486; OCLC 6322400","Frontispiece bears the legend: 'Published April 21, 1817'. For the issue of attribution, see <a href=""titleDetails.asp?title=1819A067""><i>The Authoress</i></a> (EN2 1819: 67)","2nd edn (OCLC); 3rd edn 1821 (NSTC); Philadelphia 1818 (OCLC)",,
1310,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1817A055","Claudine","Elizabeth THOMAS",1817,"Female",,"CLAUDINE; OR PERTINACITY. A NOVEL. IN THREE VOLUMES. BY MRS. BRIDGET BLUEMANTLE, AUTHOR OF MORTIMER HALL, THE VINDICTIVE SPIRIT, PRISON HOUSE, BARON OF FALCONBERG, &amp;C. &amp;C","London: Printed at the Minerva Press for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1817","3 vols (I 253p; II 268p; III 255p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47124-9; ECB 63; EN2 1817: 55; NSTC 2B38497; OCLC 11471698",,,,
-1311,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1818A001","Bandit Chief, The","ANON",1818,"Unknown",,"THE BANDIT CHIEF; OR, LORDS OF URVINO. A ROMANCE. IN FOUR VOLUMES","London: Printed at the Minerva Press for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1818","4 vols (I 248p; II 284p; III 294p; IV 331p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47095-1; ECB 37; EN2 1818: 1; NSTC 2B6560; OCLC 42859155","OCLC 6621611 describes 2nd edn published 1828 by A. K. Newman &amp; Co with t.p. reading: 'By The Author of <a href=""titleDetails.asp?title=1826A004"">Eustace Fitz-Richard</a>, Latham House, ""In The Days of John of Gaunt"", &amp;c., &amp;c.'. For the first of the titles listed here, see EN2 1826: 2, whose author is also unidentified: the other titles have not been discovered","2nd edn 1828 (see note above)",,
+1311,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1818A001","Bandit Chief, The","ANON",1818,"Unknown",,"THE BANDIT CHIEF; OR, LORDS OF URVINO. A ROMANCE. IN FOUR VOLUMES","London: Printed at the Minerva Press for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1818","4 vols (I 248p; II 284p; III 294p; IV 331p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47095-1; ECB 37; EN2 1818: 1; NSTC 2B6560; OCLC 42859155","OCLC 6621611 describes 2nd edn published 1828 by A. K. Newman &amp; Co with t.p. reading: 'By The Author of <a href=""titleDetails.asp?title=1826A004"">Eustace Fitz-Richard</a>, Latham House, ""In The Days of John of Gaunt"", &amp;c., &amp;c.'. For the first of the titles listed here, see EN2 1826: 2, whose author is also unidentified: the other titles have not been discovered","2nd edn 1828 (see note above)",,"no scans found 20110814, copies exist in the US, UK"
1312,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1818A002","Benignity","ANON",1818,"Female",,"BENIGNITY; OR, THE WAYS OF HAPPINESS. A SERIOUS NOVEL. SELECTED (WITH ADDITIONAL CONVERSATIONS,) FROM THE WORKS OF HENRY BROOKE, ESQ. BY A LADY","Brentford: Printed by P. Norbury; and sold by Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, Paternoster Row; and all other Booksellers in Town and Country, 1818","1 vol. (vii, 280p). 12&deg;","ABu SB.82369.Bro; ECB 50; EN2 1818: 2; NSTC 2B50316; OCLC 13288479","An offshoot from Henry Brooke's <i>The Fool of Quality</i> (1766&ndash;70)",,,
1313,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1818A003","Brambleton Hall","ANON",1818,"Unknown",,"BRAMBLETON HALL, A NOVEL, BEING A SEQUEL TO THE CELEBRATED EXPEDITION OF HUMPHREY CLINKER, BY TOBIAS SMOLLET [sic], M.D","London: Printed by and for T. H. Green, Kennington Cross; A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall Street; and Sherwood, Neely and Jones, Paternoster Row, 1818","1 vol. (xix, 162p, ill.). 12&deg;","BL 012635.c.44; EN2 1818: 3; NSTC 2B46009; OCLC 6756321","Preface, pp. [v]&ndash;xv, 'To those readers who may not have perused the preceding volumes of the Expedition of Humphry Clinker'. Drop-head title and running titles read 'Sequel to Expedition of Humphry Clinker'. Frontispiece bears the legend: 'Pubd by T. H. Green Kennington Library Park Place Kennington.'",,,
1314,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1818A004","Castles in the Air","ANON",1818,"Female",,"CASTLES IN THE AIR; OR, THE WHIMS OF MY AUNT. A NOVEL. BY THE AUTHORESS OF &quot;DUNETHVIN; OR, A VISIT TO PARIS.&quot; IN THREE VOLUMES","London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster Row, 1818","3 vols (I 256p; II 235p; III 288p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47224-5; ECB 252; EN2 1818: 4; NSTC 2C11054; xOCLC","Text proper in vol. 1 ends on p. 250 followed by advs (6 pp.). ECB lists as by Halliday (Miss), but no further information supporting this attribution has been discovered",,,
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38,414,20110812,"no, copies exist in the US, UIUC has a copy for example"
39,1684,20110727,"no, found several copies in UK"
40,11,20110812,"no, DUKE owns a copy OCLC:33014413"
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+41,1311,20110814,"no, several copies exist in the US"
42,690,,
43,2467,,
44,2009,20110728,"yes"

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