Saunders and Otley

Connections

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Intertextuality and Influence Anne Marsh
Harriet Martineau was amazed when AM first read her one of these tales, The Admiral's Daughter, and felt that their hostess later that evening (Sarah Wedgwood ) must have been almost equally amazed...
Occupation George Meredith
GM worked as a journalist for the Ipswich Journal, the Pall Mall Gazette, and the Morning Post (where he was editor from 1867 to 1868). He served as literary critic for the Westminister...
Publishing Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan
Before this book appeared, Morgan quarrelled with Colburn over his advertising policy, and sold her manuscript to Saunders and Otley for a thousand pounds. In revenge, Colburn advertised against it, and offered to dispose of...
Publishing Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan
Following her well-publicised battles first with Colburn and then with Saunders and Otley , Morgan got Thomas Moore to sound out John Murray about taking her on. She had a plan to follow her Life...
Publishing Caroline Norton
She had paid for her European holiday in the year before publication with the £300 that publishers Saunders and Otley paid her for this book.
Chedzoy, Alan. A Scandalous Woman: The Story of Caroline Norton. Allison and Busby, 1995.
98
Publishing Frances Trollope
Both this and another of her novels, Charles Chesterfield; or, The Adventures of a Youth of Genius, were serialized between July 1840 and December 1841, the former with New Monthly Magazine and the latter...
Publishing Eliza Lynn Linton
She intended this novel to open the eyes of its readers to the oppression of women. Her hopes were very high: I confidently expect a success equal to Jane Eyre. This may sound vain...
Publishing Harriet Martineau
Saunders and Otley gave her £900 for the copyright of the first edition, on the express understanding that they would not interfere with the contents.
Martineau, Harriet, and Gaby Weiner. Harriet Martineau’s Autobiography. Virago, 1983.
2: 97-8
Textual Features Mary Russell Mitford
Her introduction describes the circumstances of her plays' composition, and her experiences in getting them staged.
Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder, 1908.
To work already performed and published this collection added Gaston de Blondeville and Otto of Wittelsbach.
Mitford, Mary Russell. The Life of Mary Russell Mitford: Told by Herself in Letters To Her Friends. L’Estrange, Alfred Guy KinghamEditor , Harper and Brothers, 1870.
2: 82, 110
Textual Features Harriet Martineau
HM set out in this book to judge American society, in its spirit and methods, by the American tests,—the Declaration of Independence, and the constitutions based upon its principles. It had become a practice so...
Textual Production Mary Russell Mitford
As early as 1824 MRM was asking the advice of friends as to whether they thought she could be a novelist.
Mitford, Mary Russell. The Life of Mary Russell Mitford: Told by Herself in Letters To Her Friends. L’Estrange, Alfred Guy KinghamEditor , Harper and Brothers, 1870.
2: 29
She added one of her frequent disclaimers: I write merely for remuneration...
Textual Production Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan
SOLM broke new ground with two volumes of closet dramas: Dramatic Scenes from Real Life, published by Saunders and Otley .
Campbell's biography wrongly gives the title as Dramatic Sketches . . . .
Campbell, Mary. Lady Morgan: The Life and Times of Sydney Owenson. Pandora, 1988.
217
British Library Catalogue.
Textual Production Marguerite Gardiner, Countess of Blessington
Marguerite Blessington 's second silver-fork novel, The Two Friends, was published with Saunders and Otley .
OCLC WorldCat.
Textual Production Lady Charlotte Bury
LCB published anonymously, with Saunders and Otley , the three-decker historical novel "Alla Giornata"; or, To the Day.
Bury, Lady Charlotte. "Alla Giornata"; or, To the Day. Saunders and Otley, 1826.
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Textual Production Ellis Cornelia Knight
The novel was published in London by Saunders and Otley .

Timeline

1826
William Saunders and Edward John Otley established themselves as the lending-library and bookselling firm of Saunders and Otley at 50 Conduit Street, London.