Auteur:Sarah Wilkinson

Auteur:Sarah Wilkinson

Auteur:Sarah Wilkinson

novelist and condenser ()


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 Titre et éditions
The White Cottage of the Valley ; or, The Mysterious Husband
1800 :  The tragical history of Crazy Jane, and Young Henry: giving an account of their birth, parentage, courtship, and melancholy end: founded on facts
1807 :  Monkcliffe Abbey, or, The history of Albert, Elwina, and Adeline
1804 :  The maid of Lochlin, or, Northern mysteries : a Scottish romance
1810 :  Convent of Grey Penitents : or, the Apostate Nun. A romance
1807 :  The Fugitive Countess; or, Convent of St. Ursula. A Romance
1819 :  New Tales
1813 :  The history of Crazy Jane
1820 :  The eventful history of Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk, the flower of English chivalry, and the Princess Mary of England; an original romance, founded on historical facts
1804 :  The pathetic and interesting history of George Barnwell, the London 'prentice : founded on facts
1804 :  A visit to a farm-house, or, An introduction to various subjects connected with rural economy
1821 :  Therese; or, The orphan of Geneva: an interesting romance
1810 :  A visit to London : containing a description of the principal curiosities in the British metropolis
1811 :  Priory of St. Clair : or, Spectre of the murdered nun, a gothic tale
1822 :  The pirate, or, The sisters of Burgh Westra : a tale of the islands of Shetland and Orkney ; epitomized from the celebrated novel of the same title written by the author of Waverly
1822 :  Ivy castle, or, The eve of St. Agnes : being an interesting history of the Wilmington family, including memoirs of Lord Colville and Agnes St. Eustace : founded on facts
182- :  The abbott
1822 :  Hodgson's universal valentine writer, for the current year : being a choice collection of original amatory epistles, addresses, answers, &c. &c. : adapted to the use of persons of either sex ; and suited to all ranks and conditions of lovers, and would-be lovers
1803 :  The subterraneous passage ; or, Gothic cell. : a romance.
1800 :  Albert of Werdendorff; or, The midnight embrace : A romance, from the German