Carey and Lea


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Publishing Anne Damer
Most library catalogues wrongly ascribe this book to Lady Charlotte Bury , though her preface clearly indicates that AD is the author. Carey and Lea of Philadelphia produced an American edition the same year. A...
Publishing Joanna Baillie
The first American edition appeared, from Carey and Lea of Philadelphia, of JB 's Complete Poetical Works.
Watson, George, and Ian Roy Wilson, editors. The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. Cambridge University Press, http://U of A, HSS Ruth N Flr 1 Ref.
Publishing Caroline Frances Cornwallis
The series was published from 1841 to 1853, initially by William Pickering in London. Each volume was priced at three shillings and sixpence. Almost all of the second and third editions were published by...
Publishing Caroline Frances Cornwallis
This book (attributed by the Bodleian Library catalogue to CFC , unlike the second and third in the series) was reprinted by Lea and Blanchard in Philadelphia, 1846. A revised second edition was issued...
Publishing Caroline Frances Cornwallis
These fifth and sixth books, A Brief View of Greek Philosophy up to the Age of Pericles, and A Brief View of Greek Philosophy from the Age of Socrates to the Coming of Christ
Publishing Caroline Frances Cornwallis
This was one of the few that never reached a second edition in England, though it was printed in Philadelphia by Lea and Blanchard that same year.
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Textual Features Mary Somerville
This explanatory text introduced Laplace 's Méchanique Céleste, provided a summary of French analysis, and simplified explanations of the principles of French astronomy. MS 's Preliminary Dissertation was printed in London, and was...
Textual Production Fanny Kemble
FK 's beloved Aunt Dall, who accompanied her to America in the early 1830s, was involved in a coach accident that eventually left her paralysed. This prompted FK to sell her American journals to a...
Textual Production Caroline Frances Cornwallis
Like the previous texts, it sold for three shillings and sixpence and was reprinted in Philadelphia in 1846 by Lea and Blanchard . The second English edition did not appear until some years later, in...
Textual Production Caroline Frances Cornwallis
Her full title is An Exposition of Vulgar and Common Errors Adapted to the Year of Grace MDCCCXLV; her full pseudonym is Thomas Brown Redivivus, Whilome Knt. and M.D. The price was three shillings...
Textual Production Caroline Frances Cornwallis
Both these texts (the tenth and eleventh in the series) were sold for the usual price of three and six; both appeared in Philadelphia from Lea and Blanchard the same year. While the second London...


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Baillie, Joanna. The Complete Poetical Works of Joanna Baillie. Carey and Lea, 1832.