Watts, Susanna. Scrapbook. 11 feb. 1834.
Standard Name: Watts, Susanna
Birth Name: Susanna Watts
fagging and scribling whole summers & winters.wrote all her life (during the later eighteenth and earlier nineteenth centuries): mostly in unfashionable genres, to earn much-needed income and to forward good causes. She pictured herself as a slave to publishers,
She wrote in many genres—poetry (some for children), hymns, fiction, translation, and a guide-book—as well as compiling an anthology and editing a periodical.
Watts, Susanna. A Walk through Leicester. T. Combe, 1804.
Watts, Susanna. A Walk through Leicester. Leicester University Press, 1967.
Watts, Susanna. Chinese Maxims. John Gregory, 1784.
Watts, Susanna. Elegy on the Death of the Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales. I. Cockshaw Jr., 1817.
Watts, Susanna. Hymns and Poems of the late Mrs. Susanna Watts. 1842.
Simmons, Jack, and Susanna Watts. “Introduction”. A Walk through Leicester, Leicester University Press, 1967, p. vii - xiii.
Watts, Susanna. Original Poems, and Translations. 1802.
Watts, Susanna. Scrapbook.
Watts, Susanna. The Animals’ Friend. Cockshaw, 1831.
Watts, Susanna. The Humming Bird. I. Cockshaw.
Watts, Susanna. The Insects in Council. Hurst, Chance; A. Cockshaw, 1828.
Watts, Susanna. The Selector, comprizing a Selection from the most celebrated British Poets. J. Warren, 1823.
Bougeant, Guillaume-Hyacinthe. The Wonderful Travels of Prince Fan-Feredin, in the Country of Arcadia. Translator Watts, Susanna, W. Gilbert, Grueber and M’Allister, and J. Jones, 1789.