|Author||Godwin, Mary Jane|
|Title||A Picture of the New Town of Herne Bay, Its Beauties, History, and the Curiosities in Its Vicinity; Including Some Particulars of the Roman Town, Called Reculver. By a Lady. With a Map, and Many Engravings.|
|Publisher’s imprint||[London]: John Macrone, 3, St. James’s Square; and to Be Had of All the Booksellers. 1835.|
|Printer’s colophon||Vizetelly, Branston and Co., Printers, 76, Fleet-Street.|
|Format||18o; 1 vol.: pp. [v]-vi. . 100; fold. ‘View of Herne Bay from the East’ (front.); engr. illus.; half crown, paper covers|
|Sources||lst Google; NSTC 2H18650|
|Copy inspected||BL 1578/8236|
1) First attrib. by William St. Claire, The Godwins and the Shelleys (London: Faber and Faber, 1989), 242-3, based on a letter from William Godwin to Leigh Hunt, 24 July 1835.
2) Reviews: Court Mag. 7.3 (Sept. 1835): 132; Eclectic Rev. 14, n.s. (Sept. 1835): 254.
|BTW record no.||BTW1059|