Name British Library
Online Source http://explore.bl.uk/
Description

The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom and gives access to the world’s most comprehensive research collection. The collection of over 170 million items includes artefacts from every age of written civilisation.

Citation

British Library. 1973, www.bl.uk/.

Titles

Displaying 2276–2300 of 2302

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
13448 Victory, the words by Mrs. Robinson. The music composed by J. Bailley Robinson , Mary
15681 Views in the East; comprising India, Canton, and the Shores of the Red Sea. With Historical and Descriptive Illustrations. By Captain Robert Elliot R. N. Heber , Amelia
Fisher, Son & Co. (London)
1833
214 Vignettes: in Verse. By Matilda Betham. Betham , Mary Matilda
Rowland Hunter (London)
1818
3988 Village politics. Addressed to all mechanics, journeymen, and day labourers. By Will Chip, a country carpenter. More , Hannah
1793
6861 Virginia, an opera, in three acts, by Mrs. F. Plowden. The overture and the whole of the music new; the melodies composed by the author of the dialogue, and harmonized by Dr. Arnold. Plowden , Francis
James Barker [Great Russell Street] (London)
1800
6868 Virginius and Virginia; a poem, in six parts. From the Roman history. By Mrs. Gunning. Dedicated to supreme fashion; but not by permission. Gunning , Susannah
1792
13799 Visions in verse. For the entertainment and instruction of younger minds. The second edition. Cotton , Nathaniel
Robert Dodsley (London)
1751 The Second Edition.
13371 Vocal Poetry, a select collection of English songs. To which is prefixed an essay on song-writing, by John Aikin, M.D. Baillie , Joanna
Barbauld , Anna Laetitia
Phillips , Catherine
Sewell , Anna
Opie , Amelia
Betham , Mary Matilda
Taylor , Ann Martin
Montagu , Mary Wortley
Rowe , Elizabeth Singer
Pilkington , Laetitia
Aikin , John
Temple , Laura Sophia
Joseph Johnson and Co. (London)
1810
15907 Walsingham; or, the pupil of nature. A domestic story. In four volumes. By Mary Robinson, author of Poems—Angelina—Hubert de Sevrac—The Widow—Vancenza, &c. &c. &c. Second Edition. Robinson , Mary
Minerva Press, Lane, Newman, and Co. (London)
1805 Second Edition
13462 Warbeck: a pathetic tale. In two volumes. Baculard D'Arnaud , François-Thomas-Marie de
William Lane [Leadenhall Street] (London)
1786
13433 Warbeck: a pathetic tale. Translated from the original French by the author of The Recess. In two volumes. Baculard D'Arnaud , François-Thomas-Marie de
1786 Irish 1
15300 William and his Uncle Ben. A Tale. Designed for the Use of Young People. Prepared for the Press by Mrs. Hofland. Author Of Elizabeth and her Three Beggar Boys; Rich Boys and Poor Boys; The Clergyman's Widow; Merchant's Widow; Blind Farmer; Barbadoes Girl; Affectionate Brothers; Sisters; Young Northern Traveller; Young Crusoe; Good Grandmother; Panaroma Of Europe; Daughter-in-law; Stolen Boy; &c. &c. New Edition. Hofland , Barbara
A. K. Newman and Co. (London)
1834 New Edition.
9889 William Sedley, or, The evil day deferred. Kilner , Mary Ann
1783
10464 Willy's holidays, or, Conversations on different kinds of governments: intended for young children. By Jane Marcet. Marcet , Jane
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman (London)
1836
21890 Winter Evening Pastimes; or, the Merry-Makers Companion: Containing a Complete Collection of Evening Sports, Including Twelfth-Night Ceremonies, with Copious Directions for Crying Forfeits, and Promoting Harmless Mirth and Innocent Amusement. Unknown , [Woman]
A. Mesnard. (London)
1825
10865 Wisdom in miniature, or, The young gentleman and lady's pleasing instructor: being a collection of sentences, divine, moral, and historical, collected from the writings of many ingenious and learned authors, both antient and modern: intended not only for the use of schools, but as a pocket companion for the youth of both sexes. By the editor of The school and family testament. The second edition. Brown , Joseph
1787 2
13353 Wisdom in miniature, or, The young gentleman and lady's pleasing instructor: being a collection of sentences, divine, moral, and historical, collected from the writings of many ingenious and learned authors, both antient and modern: intended not only for the use of schools, but as a pocket companion for the youth of both sexes. By the editor of The school and family testament. The third edition. Brown , Joseph
1791 3
6841 Wives as they were, and maids as they are, a comedy, in five acts. Performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Inchbald. Inchbald , Elizabeth
George Folingsby [59 Dame Street] (Dublin)
1797
6840 Wives as they were, and maids as they are. A comedy, in five acts. Performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Inchbald. Inchbald , Elizabeth
George, George, and John Robinson (London)
1797
8263 Xenophon's memoirs of Socrates. With the defence of Socrates, before his judges. Translated from the original Greek. By Sarah Fielding. 1762
12765 Youth's Miscellany; or, A Father's Gift to His Children: Consisting of Original Essays, Moral and Literary; Tales, Fables, Reflections &c. Intended to promote a love of virtue and learning, to correct the judgment, to improve the taste, and to humanize the mind. By the author of The Juvenile Olio, &c. &c. Mavor , William Fordyce
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
1798
12936 Youthful recreations, containing many amusements of a day, as spent by Master Freelove and his companions. Interspersed with stories, suitable observations, verses, and other matters of instruction and entertainment. Unknown ,
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
1792
13930 Zelica, the Creole; A Novel, by an American. In three volumes. Sansay , Leonora
William Fearman (London)
1820
12237 Zelinda, a Poem; and Cardiff Castle, a Dramatic-Historical Sketch. Dedicated (by permission) to the Most Noble the Marquis of Bute. By M. G. Lewis, Author of Gwenllean, a Tale in three Volumes. Lewis , Mary
Clement Chapple [59 Pall Mall] (London)
1824
15630 Zelinda, a Poem; and Cardiff Castle, a Dramatic-historical Sketch. Dedicated (by Permission) to the Most Noble the Marquis of Bute. By M.G. Lewis, author of Gwenllean, a Tale in Three Volumes. Lewis , Mary
1820