Richmond, Legh 1772-1827] "Author of The Dairyman's Daughter"
THE YOUNG COTTAGER A True Story [at top of Title "No. 151", bound with] THE NEGRO SERVANT An Authentic and Intereesting Narrative, in Three Parts [at top of Title "No. 119", bound with] THE DAIRYMAN'S DAUGHTER An Authentic and Interesting Narrative, in Five Parts. Communicated by a Clergyman of the Church of England [at top of Title "No. 118" & at foot of p2 "17th Ed. 6000"].
THE TRAGI-COMIC HISTORY OF THE BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN; WITH THE LAMENTATION OF JENNY WREN; THE SPARROW'S APPREHENSION; AND THE CUCKOO'S PUNISHMENT. BEING A SEQUEL TO THE COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE, AND PIC-NIC DINNER OF ROBIN RED-BREAST AND JENNY WREN.
TRAVELS IN NORTH AMERICA, from Modern Writers. With Remaks and Observations; exhibiting a connected view of the Geography and Present state of that Quarter of the Globe. By the Rev. William Bingley .. Designed for the Use of Young Persons.
Campe, Joachim Heinrich (1746-1818) translated from
POLAR SCENES, exhibited in the Voyages of Heemskirk and Barenz to the Northern Regions, and in the Adventures of four Russian Sailors at the Island of Spitzbergen. Translated from the nGerman of M. Campe. Fourth Edition.