Charles Dilly


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Dedications Marianne Chambers
MC published by subscription through Dilly her only novel, He Deceives Himself. A Domestic Tale, dedicated to her godfather, Thomas Powell of Bristol.
British Library Catalogue.
Publishing Anna Miller
The next year Edward and Charles Dilly in London both re-issued the three-volume Dublin edition and published a second edition compressed into two volumes. This added marginal notes identifying places and artists, and a place...
Publishing Clara Reeve
Her publisher, Dilly , paid her £10 for the copyright.
Trainer, James, and Clara Reeve. “Introduction”. The Old English Baron, Oxford University Press, 1977.
In CR 's exaggeratedly humble preface she acknowledges her work to be the literary offspring of the Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole —whom...
Publishing Charlotte Smith
Her title-page bore her name and of Bignor Park, Sussex.
Hilbish, Florence. Charlotte Smith, Poet and Novelist. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1941.
The volume was dedicated to William Hayley , who, with Bryan Edwards , had helped her with the complicated and anxious business of reaching...
Publishing Elizabeth Sophia Tomlins
Though the publishers were Longman and Dilly , the printer was the firm of Baldwin , with which the Tomlins family had links.
Publishing Ellis Cornelia Knight
The full title is a long one: Marcus Flaminius; or a View of the Military, Political and Social Life of the Romans, in a Series of Letters from a Patrician to his Friend. (It...
Publishing Catharine Macaulay
CM published, with her name and through a different publisher, Dilly , a second edition of her Loose Remarks on Hobbes.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
27 (1769): 224
Publishing Catharine Macaulay
CM published at Bath as well as through Dilly in London a pamphlet on the American situation: An Address to the People of England, Scotland, and Ireland, on the present Important Crisis of...
Publishing Catharine Macaulay
It was printed for the author, by J. Nourse . CM 's primary publisher for the first four volumes was Thomas Cadell . When she offered to sell him the entire copyright of the still...
Publishing Catharine Macaulay
The title signals her cutting back on her original design. This was the first volume she published with Dilly , to whom she sold the right to an octavo edition for nine hundred pounds, and...
Reception Anna Seward
Published by Dilly , it sold for a shilling. It is a somewhat nitpicking defence, which the reviewers in turn called puerile. The Critical argued that reviewers had been favourable on balance to AS ...
Textual Production Lady Rachel Russell
The publisher Dilly issued Letters of Lady Rachel Russel, a selection of her less intimate letters. This marked her first appearance in print.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
35 (1773): 381
Textual Production Sarah Scott
SS published anonymously, through Edward and Charles Dilly , her last work, another historical one: The Life of Théodore Agrippa d'Aubigné .
Aubigné was a French Huguenot historian, dramatist, and soldier.
Rizzo, Betty, and Sarah Scott. “Introduction”. The History of Sir George Ellison, University Press of Kentucky, 1996, p. ix - xlv.
Textual Production Frances Sheridan
FS 's daughter Alicia Lefanu adapted Eugenia and Adelaide for the stage, and may have arranged its publication.
Sheridan, Frances. “Introduction”. Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph, edited by Jean Coates Cleary, Patricia Köster, Jean Coates Cleary, Patricia Köster, and Jean Coates Cleary, World’s Classics, Oxford University Press, 1995.
Eugenia and Adelaide. A Novel appeared anonymously from Dilly in 1791.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
2d ser. 1 (1791): 469
Textual Production Catharine Macaulay
CM published volume five of her History of England through Edward and Charles Dilly , with a subtitle that reads From the Death of Charles I to the Restoration of Charles II .
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
31 (1771): 275


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