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The true and affecting history of Henrietta of Bellgrave : a woman born only for calamities : being an unhappy daughter, wretched wife, and unfortunate mother : containing a series of the most uncommon adventures that ever befel one person by sea and land : giving an exact account of her shipwreck, her falling into the power of a brutal villain, and her being providentially relieved by a party of Indians, with her further sufferings to the time of her death / written by herself, and addressed to her daughter Zoa.

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London : Printed and sold by S. Fisher ..., also sold by T. Hurst ..., 1801.

1801

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The history of Emma, or, The victim of depravity : wherein is exemplified the miserable effects of not curbing the propensity of our passions : to which are added The life of the abandoned Kitty Clark : who, from a mistaken notion of revenge, left her uncle's house and entered into a licentious course of gay living with a noble lord : after whose death she underwent a variety of scenes : and at length died an object of the utmost misery, and universal detestation : and also The life of Clara Hamilton.

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London : Published by T. Hughes, Ludgate Street, [between 1809 and 1828]

1809-1828

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FormatTextCall NumberNCE p.v. 6 11 titlesItem LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315

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Berthinia, or, The fair Spaniard : a romance ... to which is added, by the same author, Aza, or, The captive bride : a German tale / by Isaac Crookenden.

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London : Printed and sold by S. Fisher ... also sold by T. Hurst ...,[1802].

1802

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Gothic novellas) V 2Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319

The revengeful Turk, or, Mystic cavern : The distressed nun, or, Sufferings of Herselia di Brindoli of Florence, and The vindictive monk, or Fatal ring / written by Isaac Crookenden, author of The fair Spaniard, &c.

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London : Printed and sold by S. Fisher ... also sold by T. Hurst ..., [1802.]

1802

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Gothic novellas) V 2Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319

Story of Morella de Alto, or, The crimes of Scorpino developed / written by Isaac Crookenden, author of The fair Spaniard, Romantic tales, &c.

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London : Printed in St. John's Lane, Clerkenwell, by S. Fisher ...,[1804].

1804

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Gothic novellas) V 2Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319
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The ghost of Golini, or, The mailignant relative : a domestic tale / written by Miss Sarah Wilkinson.

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London : Printed ... by S. Fisher ..., [1804.]

1804

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Gothic novellas) V 2Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319
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The story of the doctor of Smiedberg : The countryman's journey to his wife's rich relations : The young squaller, or The sad disasters of poor Stephen, the glassman.

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London : Printed ... by S. Fisher ...,[1804].

1804

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The diverting history of Number Nip, Lord of the Giant Mountains in Germany : with the wonderful, mischievous, and terrifying pranks with which travellers are harassed, who enter his territories.

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London : Printed ... by S. Fisher ..., [1804]

1804

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The history of Perourou, the bellows-mender : an interesting tale, written by himself / from Miss H. M. Williams's Sketches of the state of manners and opinions in the French republic.

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London : Printed ... by S. Fisher ..., [1804]

1804

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The Gothic story of Courville castle; or, The illegitimate son, a victim of prejudice and passion : owing to the early impressions inculcated with unremitting assiduity by an implacable mother; whose resentment to her husband excited her son to envy, usurpation, and murder; but retributive justice at length restores the right heir to his lawful possessions. To which is added The English earl; or, The history of Robert Fitzwalter.

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London : Printed and Sold by S. Fisher, no. 10, St. John's Lane, Clerkenwell; may also be had of all other booksellers, and news-venders, in town and country, [1804]

1804

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Gothic story of Courville castle)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319

Gothic stories. : Sir Bertrand's adventures in a ruinous castle : The story of Fitzalan : The adventure James III. of Scotland had with the weird sisters, in the dreadful wood of Birnan : The story of Raymond Castle : Vildac; or, the horrid discovery : Henry; or the portrait of Mary : The ruin of the house of Albert.

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London : Printed and sold by S. Fisher, no. 10, St John's Lane, Clerkenwell; may also be had of all other booksellers, and news-venders, in town and country, [1804].

1804

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The voyages, travels, and adventures of Charles Smith ...

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London : Printed and sold by S. Fisher, no. 10, St. John's Lane, Clerkenwell; also sold by T. Hurst, no. 32, Paternoster Row; and T. Tounley, Boston, 1801.

1801

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Voyages, travels, and adventures of Charles Smith)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319

Things as they are; or, The singular adventures of Caleb Williams / by William Godwin.

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London: Printed and sold by S. Fisher, 151, St John Street, West Smithfield; and to be had of all booksellers in the United Kingdom, 1824.

1824

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FormatTextCall NumberPforz (Godwin, W. Caleb Williams. 1824)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319

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