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The Tell Tale Or Universal Museum. 16 Parts In 1 Volume.
London: Court, Coleman Street. Poor; Upper board detached. Some small tears to pages. Creasing to some . pages. Foxing throughout. Text blokc intact.. 1805. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Gothic Bluebook/Chapbook bound in parts, calf boards with gilt borders and titles to spine. Signed William Butterfield to front and rear paste-downs in contemporary script. Vol. 1.Secret Nuptials; Or, Beauty In Distress 36pp. Lacks title-page. The Cottager's Daughter: or, the Sorrows of Rosa. A Pathetic Tale 31pp. Ernestina; or, the Fair German. An Interesting Tale. 36pp. The Wife of Two Husbands translated from the French Drama, and formed into an interesting story by Sarah Wilkinson. 36pp. To which is added The Natural Son. Lissette of savoy; or, the Fair Maid of the mountains. An interesting tale. To which is added Ethelred and Lidana, or, the Sacrifice to Woden. 36pp. By Sarah Wilkinson. Includes frontispiece titled, Lisette, with caption, ?"Lissette after recovering from a fainting fit discovers her husband has stabbed himself?". Steel engraving by S Sharpe Delist. The Unfortunate Caledonian; or the Voyages and Adventures of Donald Cameron. 34pp. Lacks title-page. Monastic Ruins; or, the Invisible Monitor. A Romance. By Sarah Wilkinson, To which is added, the Brazier. A tale. 36pp. Includes frontis. Lord Gowen; or, the Forester's Daughters; an Historical Romance of the Twelfth Century. By Sarah Wilkinson. To which is added, the Barons of Old. A Historic Tale. 35pp. The Tell Tale or Universal Museum. Vol. 2. Title-page and frontis. The Maid of the Ocean; or, the Prince of Persia. An Aquatic Romance. To which is added Orlando; or, the Knight of the Moon. A Romance. The Knight and the Sword. An heroic tale. By Sarah Wilkinson. The Magdalen; a poem; founded upon a circumstance that actually happened in London. 36pp. The Tell Tale or the universal museum. Volume 3. Title-page and frontis, The Fair Savage; or, Interesting Adventures of Cleodon and Felidia. Maria's Tomb. 36pp. The Braziers Daughter; or history of Ethelred and Ethelgive. 36pp. Lacks title-page. Montalde; or, the Honest Breton. An Interesting Tale. 36pp. Frontis. The Castle of the Pyrenees. 36pp. Lacks title-page. The Beggar Boy: or, History and Adventures of James Altamont, afterwards Earl Altamont, who was deprived (for a time) of his inheritance, and conveyed, by the infamous contrivance of his uncle to America, where he remained Thirteen Years in Slavery. 36pp. The Village maid; or the Interesting Adventures of Montsirant. 36pp. Edwin; or, the wandering fugitive. An history founded on facts. 36pp. Frontis. Anne Lemoine was one of the most prominent female publishers in the early 19th century. References: How the Wind Sits; Or, The History of Henry and Ann Lemoine, Chapbook Writers And Publishers of the late 18th Century. Roy Bearden-White B. A. Southern Illinois University. A Thesis 2005. Appropriations of the Gothic by Romantic-era Women Writers. CHAPTER FOUR: Gothic Chapbooks: Sarah Wilkinson and the Didactic Gothic . Aishah Sulaiman Alshatti Department of English Literature University of Glasgow March 2008 The Encyclopedia of the Gothic. Hughes etc. P. 393. Romanticism and the City By Larry H. Pee .
      [Bookseller: Gothica Books Ltd.]
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