ID 1285
Last Name Kilner
First Name Dorothy
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1755-02-17
Date of Death 1836-02-05
Place of Birth London
Place of Death West Ham
VIAF URI https://viaf.org/viaf/6353953
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_Kilner
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Author Anecdotes of a boarding-school; or, An antidote to the vices of those useful seminaries. By M. P. 1779
Author Dialogues and letters on morality, oeconomy, and politeness, for the improvement and entertainment of young female minds. By the author of Dialogues on the first principles of religion. 1779
Author Letters from a mother to her children, on various important subjects. By M. P. 1779
Author Little stories for little folks, in easy lessons of one, two, and three syllables. 1779
Author Short conversations; or An easy road to the temple of fame; which all may reach who endeavour to be good. 1779
Author Short conversations; or, An easy road to the temple of fame; which all may reach who endeavour to be good. 1779
Author Sunday school dialogues: being an abridgment of a work, by M.P. entitled, "The first principles of religion, and the existence of a deity, explained in a series of dialogues, adapted to the capacity of the infant mind." 1779
Author The first principles of religion, and the existence of a deity, explained in a series of dialogues adapted to the capacity of the infant mind. Vol. I. 1779
Author The histories of more children than one; or, Goodness better than beauty. 1779
Author The village school; or, A collection of entertaining histories, for the instruction and amusement of all good children. Vol. I. 1779
Author Anecdotes of a boarding-school; or, An antidote to the vices of those useful seminaries. By M. P. In two volumes. 1780
Author Dialogues and Letters on Morality, Oeconomy, and Politeness, for the Improvement and Entertainment of Young Female Minds. By the author of Dialogues on the First Principles of Religion. 1780
Author A clear and concise account of the origin and design of Christianity: intended as a second part to a work entitled "The first principles of religion, and the existence of a Deity, explained in a series of dialogues adapted to the capacity of the infant mind." 1781
Author The holiday present. Containing anecdotes of Mr. and Mrs. Jennet, and their little family, viz. Master George, Master Charles, Master Thomas, Miss Maria, Miss Charlotte, and Miss Harriot. Interspersed with instructive and amusing stories and observations. 1781
Author The holiday present. Containing anecdotes of Mr. and Mrs. Jennet, and their little family, viz. Master George, Master Charles, Master Thomas, Miss Maria, Miss Charlotte, and Miss Harriot. Interspersed with instructive and amusing stories and observations. Second edition. 1781
Author Dialogues and letters on morality, oeconomy, and politeness, for the improvement and entertain-ment of young female minds. By the author of Dialogues on the first principles of religion. 1783
Author The life and perambulation of a mouse. 1783
Author The life and perambulation of a mouse. In two volumes. 1784
Author Little stories for little folks, in easy lessons of one, two, and three syllables. 1785
Author Little stories for little folks, in easy lessons of one, two, and three syllables. 1785
Author Miscellaneous thoughts in essays, dialogues, epistles, &c. By M. P. 1785
Author Poems on various subjects, for the amusement of youth. 1785
Author The good child's delight, or, The road to knowledge: in short, entertaining lessons of one and two syllables. 1785
Author The Rotchfords; or, The friendly counsellor: designed for the instruction and amusement of the youth of both sexes. By M. P. In two volumes. 1786
Author Dialogues and Letters on Morality, Economy, and Politeness, for the Improvement and Entertainment of Young Female Minds, in three volumes, the second edition. By the author of dialogues on the first principles of religion. 1787

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