Miss Byron is the form in which this writer's name appears on all the books ascribed to her except three bearing the pseudonym A Modern Antique. Bibliographer Dorothy Blakey
called the author of both...
Medora Gordon Byron
The title of this work appears to have been particularly unstable. Scholar Dorothy Blakey
saw it advertised in this form, which appears in a Critical Review list (Blakey omits the second the). The English...
Anna Maria Mackenzie
The first volume has a frontispiece (two women meeting a man in armour) and the title-page quotes some lines about the insecurity of a throne won through ambition. These are ascribed to Fielding
Mary Julia Young
A three-volume, anonymous Minerva
novel, The Family Party, 1791, has also been widely ascribed to MJY
since Dorothy Blakey
first made the attribution in 1939 from a Minerva
catalogue of 1814.
Blakey, Dorothy. The Minerva Press 1790-1820. Oxford University Press, p. 337 pp.
1790: William Lane's publishing firm first took...