Bibliography of Priscilla’s works

These are the first dates of publication. Some were reprinted many times. The editions are the one’s that I have personally examined.

[1794]-6

 Leisure Hours : or entertaining dialogues ; between persons eminent for virtue and magnanimity The Characters Drawn from Ancient and Modern History. Designed as Lessons on Morality for Youth.2 vols. Printed and sold by Darton and Harvey, 1794-96.

 1795

Juvenile Anecdotes, founded on facts. Collected for the Amusement of Children. London: Printed for Allen and West: and Darton and Harvey, 1795-98.

 1796

3. An Introduction to Botany in a Series of Familiar Letters, with Illustrative Engravings. Dublin: Printed by Thomas Burnside, 1796.

 1794-7

4. Mental Improvement, or, the Beauties and Wonders of Nature and Art, Conveyed in a Series of Instructive Conversations. 2 vols London: Printed and Sold by Darton and Harvey, 1794.

 1798

5. Reflections on the Present Condition of the Female Sex : with Suggestions for its Improvement. London: Printed for J. Johnson and Darton and Harvey, 1798.   

 1801

6. Juvenile Travellers; Containing the Remarks of a Family using a Tour through the Principle States and Kingdoms of Europe with an Account of the Inhabitants, Natural Productions and Curiosities. 3rd ed. London: Printed and sold by Darton and Harvey, 1804.

1804

7. A Family Tour through the British Empire: Containing Some Account of its Natural and Artificial Curiosities, History and Antiquities; Interspersed with Biographical Anecdotes. Particularly Adapted to the Amusement and Instruction of Youth. 8th ed. London: Printed for Darton, Harvey, and Darton, 1816.

1805

8. Domestic Recreation, or, Dialogues Illustrative of Natural and Scientific Subjects. London: Printed for Darton and Harvey, 1806.

1806

9. Excursions in North America, Described in Letters from a Gentleman and his Young Companion, to their friends in England. London: Printed and sold by Darton and Harvey, 1806.

1807

10. Sketches of Human Manners, Delineated in Stories Intended to Illustrate the Characters, Religion, and Singular Customs of the Inhabitants of Different Parts of the World. London: Printed and sold by Darton and Harvey, 1807.

1809

11. Variety; or, Selections and Essays, consisting of Anecdotes, Curious Facts, Interesting Narratives,  with Occasional Reflections. London: Printed for Darton and Harvey, 1809.

1809

12. Perambulations in London, and its environs : Comprehending an Historical Sketch of the Ancient State, and Progress, of the British Metropolis, a concise Description of its Present State, Notices of Eminent Persons, and a Short Account of the Surrounding Villages in Letters Designed for Young Persons. London: Printed and Sold by Darton and Harvey, 1809.

1811

13. Instinct Displayed, in a Collection of Well-Authenticated facts, Exemplifying the Extraordinary Sagacity of Various Species of the Animal Creation. 4th Edition. London: Printed for Harvey and Darton, 1821.

1814

14. The Traveller in Africa, Containing some Account of the Antiquities, Natural Curiosities, and Inhabitants of such Parts of that Continent and its Islands, as have been most Explored by Europeans. London: Printed for Darton, Harvey and Darton, 1814.

1816

15. An Introduction to the Natural History and Classification of Insects, in a series of letters with engravings. London: Printed for Darton, Harvey and Darton , 1816.

1816

16. A Brief Memoir of the life of William Penn : Compiled for the Use of Young Persons, London: Printed for Harvey and Darton, 1816.

 1817

17. Traveller in Asia; or A Visit to the most celebrated parts of the East Indies and China : With an Account of the Manners of the Inhabitants, Natural Productions, and Curiosities : For the Instruction and Entertainment of Young Persons. London: Printed for Darton, Harvey and Darton, 1817.

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