|Title||A Dialogue between a Lady and Her Pupils, Describing a Journey through England and Wales; in Which a Detail of the Different Arts and Manufactures of Each City and Town Is Accurately Given; Interspersed with Observations and Descriptions in Natural History. Designed for Young Ladies and Schools. By Mrs. Brook.|
|Publisher’s imprint||London: Printed and Sold by Thomas Clio Rickman, Upper Mary-Le-Bone Street; and to Be Had of All Booksellers. .|
|Format||12o; 1 vol.: pp. v. 280|
|Copy inspected||ECCO Bodl|
1) Armchair dialogue between mistress and pupils, following a map in the form of a travelogue.
2) Bodl Opie H 18 watermarked 1794; Watt, Bibliotheca Britannica as 1796; lst in Monthly Mag. Feb. 1797 under ‘New Publications’. ESTC and ECCO guess 1800, but more likely 1796.
3) Editions: 1802, 1812(3rd; ‘Considerably enlarged by the Rev. John Evans’).
4) Reviews: Analytical Mag. 26 (Oct. 1797): 520; Critical Rev. 22 (Apr. 1798): 471; Anti-Jacobin Rev. & Mag. 13.53 (Nov. 1802): 318; Eclectic Rev. 4 (Apr. 1808): 373 [2nd edn].
|BTW record no.||BTW1031|