“Multiple Advertisements and Notices”. The Morning Post, No. 29106.
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|Literary responses||Mary Anne Duffus Hardy||
This book was enthusiastically received. Hurst and Blackett had substance to justify their blocks of consecutive Times advertisements with excerpts from reviews: Well told. From one end to the other, it fixes attention,earnest and...
|Author summary||Geraldine Jewsbury||
During her life, Geraldine Jewsbury wrote six novels and two books for children. Widely published in Victorian periodicals, she was a respected reviewer, editor, and translator. Her periodical publications ranged from theatre reviews, short fiction...
|Publishing||Isabella Neil Harwood|
|Publishing||Henrietta Camilla Jenkin||
The book was published by Hurst and Blackett , by whom, however, the author felt she was shabbily treated.
Gaskell, Elizabeth. The Letters of Mrs Gaskell. Chapple, J. A. V. and Arthur PollardEditors , Harvard University Press, 1967.
She wrote it secretly, basing it on her experience of social life in County Down and in Dublin. On a visit to an uncle and aunt in London she persuaded the uncle to take...
Her general practice was to suggest half a dozen titles and let her publisher choose. With this book she reverted to a three-volume format and to Hurst and Blackett .
In the year before...
Payne, George A. "Edna Lyall:" an Appreciation. John Heywood.
Though the London editions bore the date of 1868, Hurst and Blackett advertised the book as [r]eady at all the libraries on 28 December 1867.
Old Sir Douglas was also serialised...
“The Times Digital Archive 1785-2007”. Thompson Gale: The Times Digital Archive.
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