William Whyte and Co.

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Publishing Catherine Sinclair
CS published, through William Whyte and Co. of Edinburgh, her best known text, the children's stories Holiday House; a Series of Tales.
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Publishing Catherine Sinclair
CS 's second travel book, Scotland and the Scotch; or, The Western Circuit, was published in New York through D. Appleton and Co. It was reissued with corrections and additions in 1841 by W. Whyte and Co.
Publishing Catherine Sinclair
CS published, this time in Edinburgh through William Whyte and Company , a book of much the same genre as her travel writings, Scotch Courtiers and the Court: dedicated to the poet laureate.
Athenæum. J. Lection.
786 (19 November 1842): 984-5
Publishing Catherine Sinclair
CS 's entertaining high-society novel Modern Flirtation; or, a Month at Harrowgate was first published by W. Whyte in Edinburgh.
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Publishing Catherine Sinclair
The next year a second edition, published like the first through W. Whyte , altered the title to Hill and Valley, or Wales and the Welsh. A third edition was printed the same year...
Textual Production Catherine Sinclair
CS published at Edinburgh through William Whyte and Co.Modern Society, or, The March of Intellect, The Conclusion of Modern Accomplishments, designed for young people as a sequel to her earlier March of Intellect book.
OCLC WorldCat.
Textual Production Catherine Sinclair
CS was said to have fictionalized her own life in a novel entitled Jane Bouverie, or Prosperity and Adversity, published by W. Whyte .
Athenæum. J. Lection.
964 (18 April 1846): 395

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