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JACSON, Frances (1754--1842)
Things by their right names; a novel, in two volumes. By the author of "Plain Sense," and "Disobedience." Second edition. Vol. I. (II.)
London: printed for G. and S. Robinson, and Gale, Curtis, and Fenner, 1814.
2 vols ; 19.0 cm. (12º)
I: [2], v, [1], 299, [1] p.
II: [4], 292 p.

'The author of "Plain Sense"' = Frances Jacson. First published in 1812. Imprint on verso of vol. I half-title 'Printed by T. Davison', and vol. II 'Printed by J. Moyes'. Previously attributed to both Alethea Brereton Lewis and William Godwin. See Joan Percy, 'An unrecognised novelist: Frances Jacson (1754--1842)', British Library Journal, 23, No. 1, 1997, pp. 81--97.

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on front free-endpaper Mrs Soane / With Mr. Moyes's most / respectful Compliments.

Binding C19th publisher's grey paper boards, printed paper spine-labels.

Reference Number 4624


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