Francis Noble

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Publishing Jean Marishall
Years later JM published her vivid account of her struggles to get this novel published. She began writing because she thought (like Hannah Cowley a few years later) that she could do better than what...
Publishing Jean Marishall
She says the idea of this book came to her as a result of her bruising experience with Noble over the publication of her first novel. She here relates that experience: evidently an urge to...
Publishing A. Woodfin
With this work AW changed publishers, from Noble to Lowndes . The English Short Title Catalogue does not (2007) list this work under her name, either for this edition or the reprint of 1770; nor...
Publishing Mary Davys
MD 's Accomplish'd Rake was reprinted by Francis Noble , circulating-library owner, a specialist in popular fiction and in reprints.
Other names appeared in the imprint along with Noble's. This time exactly the copyright period...
Publishing Mary Davys
It had a dedication To the Ladies of Great Britain,
Davys, Mary. The Reform’d Coquet; or, Memoirs of Amoranda; Familiar Letters Betwixt a Gentleman and a Lady; and, The Accomplish’d Rake; or, Modern Fine Gentleman. Bowden, Martha F.Editor , University Press of Kentucky, 1999.
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and a preface. It reached a sixth edition in 1752, the year in which (as Martha Bowden points out) the period of copyright (fourteen...
Textual Production Eliza Haywood
Noble published a novel entitled The History of Miss Leonora Meadowson, ascribed posthumously to the Author of Betsy Thoughtless, and actually the revised version of Cleomelia.
Spedding, Patrick. A Bibliography of Eliza Haywood. Pickering and Chatto, 2003.
271-7
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
65 (1788): 236
Whicher, George Frisbie. The Life and Romances of Mrs. Eliza Haywood. Columbia University Press, 1915.
26, 169-70, 186
Textual Production Eliza Haywood
Noble published a posthumous edition of The Agreeable Caledonian (1728) with EH 's own revisions, entitled Clementina (perhaps implying a relationship to Richardson 's Sir Charles Grandison).
Spedding, Patrick. A Bibliography of Eliza Haywood. Pickering and Chatto, 2003.
297-8
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
25 (1768): 59
Whicher, George Frisbie. The Life and Romances of Mrs. Eliza Haywood. Columbia University Press, 1915.
178
Textual Production Eliza Haywood
The History of Leonora Meadowson, published by Noble in March 1788, was really a revised version of Cleomelia, 6 December 1726.
Oakleaf, David. “Review of Patrick Spedding, A Bibliography of Eliza Haywood”. The Scriblerian, No. 1, pp. 61 - 2.
62
Textual Production Sophia Lee
SL 's last work, her comedy The Assignation, was produced at Drury Lane .
It has no connection with The Assignation: A Sentimental Novel in a Series of Letters, published by Noble in 1774.
Lee, Sophia. “Introduction”. The Recess, edited by April Alliston, University Press of Kentucky, 2000, p. ix - lii.
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Textual Production Jean Marishall
JM published anonymously at London, with the Noble brothers, her first, epistolary, novel, The History of Miss Clarinda Cathcart and Miss Fanny Renton, dated 1766.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
20 (1765): 288
Textual Production A. Woodfin
AW , writing as a Lady, published her first known work, Northern Memoirs: or, the History of a Scotch Family, in two volumes, with the Noble brothers, who ran a circulating library as...
Textual Production Phebe Gibbes
Francis Noble published for his circulating library PG 's three-volume The Niece; or, The History of Sukey Thornby. A Novel, with a date of 1788 on the title-page.
The Gentleman's Magazine gives the title...
Textual Production Phebe Gibbes
During the same year, 1764, appeared another anonymous novel by PG , The History of Lady Louisa Stroud, and the Honourable Miss Caroline Stretton, in two volumes. It was issued by F. and J. Noble

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