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1715,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1823A043","Alice","Grace Stuart HUME",1823,"Female",,"ALICE, OR INFIDELITY; THE TRIFLER; AND MY AUNT ANNE. THREE TALES. BY GRACE STUART HUME. IN FIVE VOLUMES","London: Printed for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1823","5 vols (I iv, 319p; II 287p; III 310p; IV 289p; V 324p). 12°","Corvey; CME 3-628-51052-X; ECB 288; EN2 1823: 46; NSTC 2H36600; xOCLC",,,,
1716,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1823A044","Isabella","Frances JACSON",1823,"Female",,"ISABELLA. A NOVEL. BY THE AUTHOR OF &quot;RHODA,&quot; &amp;C. IN THREE VOLUMES","London: Printed for Henry Colburn and Co., 1823","3 vols (I 392p; II 348p; III 366p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47872-3; ECB 301; EN2 1823: 47; NSTC 2L13755; OCLC 13304772","Mistakenly ascribed in some catalogues to Alethea Lewis. For the attribution of this (and other) titles to Jacson, rather than to Alethea Lewis, see Joan Percy, 'An Unrecognized Novelist: Frances Jacson (1754&ndash;1842)', <i>British Library Journal</i> 23: 1 (Spring 1997), 81&ndash;97","Boston 1823 (NSTC)",,
1717,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1823A045","Tales of Old Mr Jefferson","Mr JEFFERSON",1823,"Male",,"TALES OF OLD MR. JEFFERSON, OF GRAY'S INN. COLLECTED BY YOUNG MR. JEFFERSON, OF LYON'S INN. THE FIRST SERIES. IN TWO VOLUMES","London: G. and W. B. Whittaker, 13, Ave-Maria-Lane, 1823/25","3 vols (I (1823) xii, 340p; II (1823) 334p; III (1825) 432p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-51072-4; ECB 575; EN2 1823: 48; NSTC 2J3902; OCLC 8227773","Vol. 3 t.p. reads: 'Tales of Old Mr. Jefferson, of Gray's Inn. Collected by Young Mr. Jefferson, of Lyon's Inn. In Three Volumes'. This volume has the imprint 'London: G. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria-Lane, 1825'",,,
-1718,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1823A046","Temptation","George JONES",1823,"Male",,"TEMPTATION. A NOVEL. BY LEIGH CLIFFE, AUTHOR OF &quot;THE KNIGHTS OF RITZBERG,&quot;&#8212;&quot;PARGA,&quot; &quot;SUPREME BON TON,&quot; &amp;C. IN THREE VOLUMES","London: J. C. Spence, Euston-Street, Euston Square, 1823","3 vols (I 265p; II 263p; III 266p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47293-8; EN2 1823: 49; NSTC 2C26368; xOCLC","Dedication to 'Sir Geo. R. Colier, Bart. K.C.B. &amp;c.'. Preface signed 'L. C.', Fitzroy Square, 30 Nov 1822. George Jones is identified as the author of the chain of novels associated with the pseudonym Leigh Cliffe (see also EN2 1822: 49, 1823: 49, 1829: 49) in Block, ECB, and several modern library catalogues. This sequence of works is nevertheless claimed by Christian Frederick Wieles in his approach to the Royal Literary Fund (see RLF 12: 444; and, for further details, <a href=""../guide/update4.html"">EN2 Update 4</a>). ECB 569 lists Newman edn, Nov 1820, but not discovered in this form",,,
+1718,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1823A046","Temptation","George JONES",1823,"Male",,"TEMPTATION. A NOVEL. BY LEIGH CLIFFE, AUTHOR OF &quot;THE KNIGHTS OF RITZBERG,&quot;&#8212;&quot;PARGA,&quot; &quot;SUPREME BON TON,&quot; &amp;C. IN THREE VOLUMES","London: J. C. Spence, Euston-Street, Euston Square, 1823","3 vols (I 265p; II 263p; III 266p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47293-8; EN2 1823: 49; NSTC 2C26368; xOCLC","Dedication to 'Sir Geo. R. Colier, Bart. K.C.B. &amp;c.'. Preface signed 'L. C.', Fitzroy Square, 30 Nov 1822. George Jones is identified as the author of the chain of novels associated with the pseudonym Leigh Cliffe (see also EN2 1822: 49, 1823: 49, 1829: 49) in Block, ECB, and several modern library catalogues. This sequence of works is nevertheless claimed by Christian Frederick Wieles in his approach to the Royal Literary Fund (see RLF 12: 444; and, for further details, <a href=""../guide/update4.html"">EN2 Update 4</a>). ECB 569 lists Newman edn, Nov 1820, but not discovered in this form",,"-BoGAAAAQAAJ","3 volumes bound together"
1719,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1823A047","Hermit in Prison, The","Victor Joseph &#201;tienne de JOUY",1823,"Male",,"THE HERMIT IN PRISON; TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH OF E. JOUY, MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTE, AND AUTHOR OF THE HERMIT OF THE CHAUS&#201;E D'ANTIN, SYLLA, &amp;C.; AND A. JAY. IN TWO VOLUMES","London: G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane, 1823","2 vols (I viii, 263p; II 252p). 12&deg;","BL N.153; ECB 314; EN2 1823: 50; NSTC 2J12621; OCLC 10204590","Trans. of <i>Les Hermites en prison</i> (Paris, 1823)",,,
1720,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1823A048","Father Clement","Grace KENNEDY",1823,"Female",,"FATHER CLEMENT; A ROMAN CATHOLIC STORY. BY THE AUTHOR OF &quot;THE DECISION,&quot; &amp;C","Edinburgh: Published by William Oliphant, 22, South Bridge Street; and sold by M. Ogle, and Chalmers &amp; Collins, Glasgow; J. Finlay, Newcastle; Beilby &amp; Knotts, Birmingham; J. Hatchard &amp; Son, T. Hamilton, J. Nisbet, Ogle, Duncan &amp; Co., B. J. Holdsworth, F. Westley, and Knight &amp; Lacey, London, 1823","1 vol. (370p). 18&deg;","BL 1509/3275; EN2 1823: 51; NSTC 2K3086; OCLC 41252596",,"2nd edn 1824 (NSTC); 3rd edn 1825 (NSTC); 4th edn 1825 (NSTC); 5th edn 1826 (NSTC), 6th edn 1828 (NSTC); [at least 4 more ends. to 1850]; Philadelphia 1825, as <i>Father Clement. A true and touching story</i> (OCLC); French trans., 1825 [as <i>Le P&egrave;re Clément, ou le jésuite confesseur</i> (CCFR)]; German trans., 1826 [as <i>Der Pater Clemens, oder der Jesuit als Beichtvater</i> (RS)]",,
1721,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1823A049","Ada Reis","Lady Caroline LAMB",1823,"Female",,"ADA REIS, A TALE. IN THREE VOLUMES","London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street, 1823","3 vols (I xxiv, 243p; II 217p, music; III 149p). 8&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47010-2; ECB 4; EN2 1823: 52; NSTC 2L2304; OCLC 4364480","Dedication to Lydia White","German trans., 1834",,
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2157,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1828A051","Sayings and Doings. Third Series","Theodore Edward HOOK",1828,"Male",,"SAYINGS AND DOINGS; OR SKETCHES FROM LIFE. THIRD SERIES. IN THREE VOLUMES","London: Henry Colburn, New Burlington Street, 1828","3 vols (I 378p; II 326p; III 333p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-48529-0; ECB 516; EN2 1828: 52; NSTC 2H28950; OCLC 9907300","Advertisement' dated London, 24 Jan 1828","1834 (NUC); 1839 (OCLC); Philadelphia 1828 (OCLC)",,
2158,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1828A052","Red Barn, The","Robert HUISH",1828,"Male",,"THE RED BARN, A TALE, FOUNDED ON FACT","London: Printed for Knight and Lacey, 55, Paternoster Row, and sold by all Booksellers, 1828","1 vol. (vi, 716p, ill.). 8&deg;","BL 1509/24; NSTC 2H35895; EN2 1828: 53; OCLC 18174194","BLPC attributes this copy to Robert Huish, and another (C.140.c.25) to William Maginn. Sadleir (Item 1521), notes that 'Halkett &amp; Laing attribute the work to William Maginn on the strength of a paragraph by Charles Welch, published in <i>The Library Journal</i>, vol. v, p. 88, March 1880', adding that Welch's identification cannot be disregarded, even though DNB and several other bibliographers make no mention of it. Folding facsimile letter between pages 612 and 613; pp. [617]&ndash;716 contain 'Trial of William Corder, for the Murder of Maria Marten' plus other supplementary material. Collates in fours","1831 (NSTC)",,
2159,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1828A053","Young John Bull","Francis LATHOM",1828,"Male",,"YOUNG JOHN BULL; OR, BORN ABROAD AND BRED AT HOME. A NOVEL. BY FRANCIS LATHOM, AUTHOR OF THE MYSTERIOUS FREEBOOTER; PUZZLED AND PLEASED; LONDON; HUMAN BEINGS; VERY STRANGE BUT VERY TRUE; ASTONISHMENT; POLISH BANDIT; UNKNOWN; FATAL VOW; MIDNIGHT BELL; LIVE AND LEARN; MEN AND MANNERS; &amp;C. &amp;C. IN THREE VOLUMES","London: A. K. Newman &amp; Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1828","3 vols (I viii, 327p; II 286p; III 283p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47966-5; ECB 331; EN2 1828: 54; NSTC 2L5041; xOCLC","The Author's Address to the Reader', dated Philadelphia, 1 Mar 1828",,,
-2160,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1828A054","Herbert Lacy","Thomas Henry LISTER",1828,"Male",,"HERBERT LACY. BY THE AUTHOR OF GRANBY. IN THREE VOLUMES","London: Henry Colburn, New Burlington Street, 1828","3 vols (I vi, 305p; II 289p; III 285p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47706-9; ECB 265; EN2 1828: 55; NSTC 2L17196; OCLC 4355482","Dedication 'to Thomas Lister, Esq of Armitage Park, Staffordshire', signed 'Your very affectionate son, the author'","1833 (OCLC); Philadelphia 1828 (NSTC)",,
+2160,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1828A054","Herbert Lacy","Thomas Henry LISTER",1828,"Male",,"HERBERT LACY. BY THE AUTHOR OF GRANBY. IN THREE VOLUMES","London: Henry Colburn, New Burlington Street, 1828","3 vols (I vi, 305p; II 289p; III 285p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-47706-9; ECB 265; EN2 1828: 55; NSTC 2L17196; OCLC 4355482","Dedication 'to Thomas Lister, Esq of Armitage Park, Staffordshire', signed 'Your very affectionate son, the author'","1833 (OCLC); Philadelphia 1828 (NSTC)","herbertlacy01liste herbertlacy02liste herbertlacy03liste herbertlacy01list herbertlacy02list herbertlacy03list aXgWPeqjyzkC","two separate copies in 3 vols; aXgWPeqjyzkC is 3 volumes bound together; additional scans available"
2161,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1828A055","Betrothed Lovers, The","Alessandro MANZONI",1828,"Male","Charles SWAN","THE BETROTHED LOVERS; A MILANESE TALE OF THE XVIIth. CENTURY: TRANSLATED FROM THE ITALIAN OF ALESSANDRO MANZONI. IN THREE VOLUMES","Pisa: Nicolo Capurro, Lung Arno, 1828","3 vols (I xvii, 390p; II 397p; III 347p). 12&deg;","BL 635.f.28; ECB 367; EN2 1828: 57; NSTC 2M13705; OCLC 21398960","Trans. of <i>I promessi sposi</i> (Milan, 1825&ndash;26, but not published until 1827). ECB lists Rivington as publisher, and dates June 1828, indicating that Swan's translation had a full circulation in Britain","1834 (NSTC, another trans.); 1844 (Wolff, Item 4479(b), another trans.); 1845 (NSTC, another trans.); Washington 1834 (OCLC, another trans.)",,
2162,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1828A056","Legends of Scotland. Third Series","Ronald M'CHRONICLE",1828,"Male",,"LEGENDS OF SCOTLAND. THIRD SERIES. IN THREE VOLUMES. CONTAINING EDWARD FALCONER. BY RONALD M'CHRONICLE, ESQ","London: A. K. Newman &amp; Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1828","3 vols (I 241p; II 233p; III 226p). 12&deg;","Corvey; CME 3-628-48070-1; ECB 358; EN2 1828: 56; NSTC 2M1928; xOCLC",,,,
2163,"GARSIDE1800-1829",20100817,"1828A057","Life of Mansie Wauch, The","David Macbeth MOIR",1828,"Male",,"THE LIFE OF MANSIE WAUCH, TAILOR IN DALKEITH. WRITTEN BY HIMSELF","Edinburgh: William Blackwood, and T. Cadell, London, 1828","1 vol. (viii, 374p). 12&deg;","Corvey; ECB 627; EN2 1828: 58; NSTC 2M32196; OCLC 19038233","Dedication 'to John Galt, Esq. of Guelph, Upper Canada'. 'Part of this Autobiography originally appeared in Blackwood's Magazine' appears on verso of half-title","1839 (NSTC); 1845 (NSTC); New York 1828 (OCLC)",,
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