Wolverhampton BTW

France, in 1829-30

Published 1830
Author Morgan, Sydney
Title France, in 1829-30 by Lady Morgan Author of “France” (in 1816,) “Italy,” “Life and Times of Salvator Rosa,” &c. &c. &c. In Two Volumes.
Publisher’s imprint London: Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street. 1830.
Printer’s colophon London: Ibotson and Palmer, Printers, Savoy Street, Strand.
Format 8o; 2 vols: pp. xii. 527(I), iv. 559(II)
Sources Corvey; NSTC 2O7599
Copy inspected Google Harv
Notes

1) T.p. epigraph: [“France is acquainted with her rights, and well knows how to defend them.” Lafayette.].

2) Dedicated ‘To the General Commandant of the National Guard, to General Lafayette’.

3) Printer colophon at the end of vol. 1 (p. 527) is not the same as that on the t.p. verso recorded above: [Gunnell and Shearman, Salisbury-Square.]

4) Further editions: Paris1830, 1831(2nd).

5) Reviews: Athenaeum no. 105 (Sat., 11 Sept. 1830): 561-62; Literary Gaz. no. 712 (11 Sept. 1830): 585-89; Tatler no. 7 (11 Sept. 1830): 25-27, cont. no. 9 (14 Sept. 1830): 34-35; Athenaeum no. 152 (25 Sept. 1830): 597-98 [second notice]; La Belle Assemblee 12.70 (Oct. 1830): 156-62; Fraser's Mag. 3.13 (Feb. 1831): 73-84.

6) Full text links: Google, vol. 1; vol. 2

Genre Narrative
BTW record no. BTW1118
Region France