|Authors||Douglas, Mary; Douglas, Andrew|
|Title||Notes of a Journey from Berne to England, through France. Made in the Year 1796. By A. D.|
|Publisher’s imprint||London: Printed by W. Blackader, No. 10, Took's Court, Chancery Lane.|
|Format||8o; 1 vol., 2 pts: pp. [v]-vii. 101(i), 56(ii)|
|Copy inspected||ECCO BL|
1) Printed for private circulation.
2) Dedicated 'To Mrs. D.' [Mary Douglas, née Sharpe, previously Beauvoir (?—1819), the author's wife and author of part 2 of this volume].
3) Part 2 of the volume is headed, Notes of a Journey from Berne to England, through France. Made in the Year 1796. By M. D.
4) Editions: Kelso1802 (publ. by James Ballantyne); 1802 contains a parallel dedication in part 2, 'To Mr. D.’ [the author's husband, Dr Andrew Douglas (1735/6-1806; ODNB), physician and man-midwife, and author of part 1].
5) Full-text links: Google
|BTW record no.||BTW1050|
|Regions||France; Switzerland; England|