|Title||The Terra Incognita of Lincolnshire; with Observations, Moral, Descriptive, and Historical, in Original Letters, Written (Purposely for the Improvement of Youth) during the Months of May and October, 1815. By Miss Hatfield, Author of Letters on the Importance of the Female Sex, with Observations on Their Manners and Education; and of the Theology and Mythology of the Ancient Pagans, Dedicated to the Purpose of Female Instruction.|
|Publisher’s imprint||London: Printed for G. and S. Robinson, and Gale and Fenner, Paternoster Row. 1816.|
|Printer’s colophon||W. Flint, Printer, Old Bailey, London.|
|Format||8o; 1 vol.: pp. [vi]. 144|
|Sources||BBT, 168, as 12o; NSTC 2H12001|
|Copy inspected||Google UCL|
1) T.p. epigraph: [“Such studies improve youth, they delight us at home, are our enjoyment abroad, travel with us, and are our companions in the country.” Cicero.]; trans. from Cicero, Pro Archia Poeta, ch. 7 [Haec studia adolescentiam alunt, senectutem oblectant, secundas res ornant, adversis perfugium ac solacium praebent, delectant domi, non impediunt foris, pernoctant nobiscum, peregrinantur, rusticantur].
2) Editions: 1832(3rd).
3) Reviews: Critical Rev. 4 (Oct. 1816): 434-35; Gentleman's Mag., n.s. 86 (Dec. 1816): 534-35; New Monthly Mag. 6.35 (Dec. 1816): 442; Monthly Rev. 83 (May 1817): 103.
4) Some preliminary pages missing from Google UCL.
5) Full text links: Google
|BTW record no.||BTW1079|