Vernor and Hood


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Publishing Priscilla Wakefield
The Newbery firm, which combined with Darton and Harvey and Vernor and Hood to publish this book, was currently under the management of Elizabeth Newbery .
English Short Title Catalogue.
Shteir, Ann B. Cultivating Women, Cultivating Science. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.
The twelve engraved plates were an important feature...
Textual Production Anne Bannerman
AB published, anonymously, Tales of Superstition and Chivalry, this time in London with Vernor and Hood .
One of its engravings is dated 12 October 1802.
Kushigian, Nancy, and Stephen C. Behrendt, editors. Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period.
Elfenbein, Andrew. Romantic Genius: The Prehistory of a Homosexual Role. Columbia University Press, 1999.
131, 134
Textual Production Jane Harvey
JH published with her name another novel on a trusty theme: The Castle of Tynemouth, A Tale, with Vernor and Longman , London.
Tynemouth Castle is an unusual one, built around a pre-existing...
Textual Production Barbara Hofland
James Montgomery , editor of the Sheffield paper the Iris, helped with encouragement and advertising. He printed the poetry volume at the Iris office in Sheffield, with a ruined-abbey frontispiece and a title-page...
Textual Production Annabella Plumptre
AP translated from German The Foresters, a play by Wilhelm Augustus Iffland , and published it with Vernor and Hood , with her name as Bell Plumptre.
This has no connection with Elizabeth Gunning
Textual Production Mrs Showes
This appears to be her first published work. Its contents are Biography of a Spaniel (which sounds like a forerunner of The Story of a Royal Favourite by Catherine Gore , 1845), The Mask,...


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