The authentic history of Zoa, the beautiful Indian

 

printed text

  • Title: The authentic history of Zoa, the beautiful Indian, (daughter of Henriette de Bellgrave), and of Rodomond, an East-India merchant, whom Zoa releases from confinement and intended death, and with him escapes to England ; to which is added, Lisette and Login, an affecting Russian tale.
  • Publication: London : Published by Dean & Munday, Threadneedle-Street, [between 1808 and 1816]
  • Manufacture: [London] : Dean & Munday, printers, Threadneedle-Street.

Catalog Record

763 808 Au939

Acquired July 2021

The true and affecting history of Henrietta Belgrave

printed cover of pamphlet

  • Title: The true and affecting history of Henrietta Belgrave, : woman born only for calamities: Being an unhappy daughter, a wretched wife, and an unfortunate mother. Containing a series of the most uncommon adventures that ever befel[sic] one person, by sea and land; particularly the shipwreck of herself and parents, her falling into the power of a brutal villain, her timely rescue by a party of Indian hunters, and her further sufferings, to her death. / Written by herself, and addressed to her daughter, Zoa.
  • Publication: Derby : Thomas Richardson; Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., ; London, [1830?]

Catalog Record

763 830 T865

Acquired March 2022

The history of Donna Eugenia, or, The innocent adulteress

printed text

  • Title: The history of Donna Eugenia, or, The innocent adulteress : in which is exemplified the bad effects of disproportionate ages in marriage, the consequence of indulging in illegitimate passion and revenge, and the beneficial result of timely repentance.
  • Publication: London : Printed by Lewis and Hamblin, Paternoster-Row; for Langley and Belch, 173, Borough High-Street, 1807.

Catalog Record

659 807H

Acquired December 2021

A garland of new songs

printed text

A chapbook.

  • Title: A garland of new songs. : William and Margaret; Mary’s dream; Roy’s wife of Aldivalloch; My Nannie, O; Death or liberty.
  • Publication: Newcastle upon Tyne : Printed by J. Marshall, in the Old Flesh-Market. Where may also be had, a large and curious assortment of songs, ballads, tales, histories, &c., [between 1800 and 1831]

Catalog Record

File 74 800 G233 no. 11

Acquired April 2021

The history of Charles Jones, the footman written by himself

title page

  • Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833, author.
  • Title: The history of Charles Jones, the footman written by himself.
  • Published: London : Sold by J. Marshall, (printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts) No. 17, Queen-Street. Cheapside, and No. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard ; and R. White, Piccadilly, London. By S. Hazard, at Bath ; and by all booksellers, newsmen, and hawkers, in town and country. Great Allowance will be made to Shopkeepers and Hawkers, [1796]

Catalog Record

61 C41T

Acquired July 2020

The peacock “at home”

title page and peacock frontispiece

  • Author: Dorset, Catherine Ann Turner, 1750?-1817?
  • Title: The peacock “at home” : a sequel to The butterfly’s ball / written by a lady, and illustrated with elegant engravings.
  • Edition: New ed., with new plates.
  • Published: London : J. Harris, 1808.

Catalog Record

659 807B 2x

Acquired May 2020

A garland of new songs

collection of ballads

A collection of nine ballads with no music.

  • Title: A garland of new songs
  • Publication: Newcastle upon Tyne : Printed by J. Marshall, in the Old Flesh-Market, where may also be had, a large and interesting collection of songs, ballads, tales, histories, &c., [between 1800 and 1831]

Catalog RecordĀ 

File 74 800 G233 no. 1 – no. 9

Acquired March 2019