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William Dugdale

A Checklist [By Year] of Works Published
Copyright © 2006 Sheryl Straight

Dugdale's publishing career spans from at least 1824 (although possibly even earlier) until 1867 with long spans of what appears to be inactivity after 1828. Because Dugdale was incarcerated many times during his life this may explain the inactivity...or at least partially explain. I have also included in the checklist those few works published by William's brother John since it's possible they were publishing as a team as opposed to working independantly of each other. Those works without a known date of publication are listed at the end of the checklist.

  1. THREE TRIALS OF WILLIAM HONE, THE

    For publishing three parodies; viz. the late John Wilkes's catechism, the political litany, and the sinecurist's creed; on three ex-officio informations, at Guildhall, London, during three successive days, December 18, 19 & 20, 1817; before three special juries, and Mr. Justice Abbott, on the first day and Lord Chief Justice Ellenborough, on the last two days. London: printed by & for William Hone, and sold by all booksellers. Re-printed by W. Dugdale, 1818 [false?]

    22cm. [1],48,45,[3],44p.

    (Leeds: P-9.11 HON)

  2. ADVENTURES, INTRIGUES, AND AMOURS, OF A LADY'S MAID!

    Written by herself. Never before published. Embellished with engravings. London: Printed by J. Ryder, Porto Bello Passage, 1822 [c.1838]

    12mo. 132pp.

    Published by John Dugdale, William Dugdale's younger brother. This title is continued by The Life of Miss Louisa Selby

    (Mendes: X38;  British Library: RG.2000.a.2)

  3. LIFE OF MISS LOUISA SELBY, THE

    Being the Second Part of the Adventures, Intrigues, & Amours of a Lady's Maid. Written by Herself. Never before Published. Embellished with Eight Engravings. London: Printed by J. Ryder, Porto Bello Passage, 1822 [c.1838]

    12mo. 169pp.

    Published by John Dugdale, William Dugdale's younger brother. This title is preceded by Adventures, Intrigues, and Amours of a Lady's Maid!

    (Mendes: X39;  British Library: RG.2000.a.2)

  4. TWO VISIONS, THE

    Or, Byron v. Southey. Containing The vision of judgment, by Dr. Southey ... also another Vision of judgment, by Lord Byron. London: W. Dugdale, 1822.

    16cm. 72pp.

    British Library: 11642.a.63.(2.)

  5. MELODIES, IRISH AND NATIONAL

    Thomas Moore. London: William Dugdale, 1824

    12mo. iv + 112pp.

    Later published by Dugdale in 1826.

    (British Library: 011651.h.107)

  6. MISCELLEANEIOUS POEMS

    Thomas Campbell, the Poet. London: W. Dugdale, 1824

    12mo. 35pp.

    One of Dugdale's first publications?

    (British Library: 11646.de.2.(3.))

  7. VISION OF JUDGEMENT, A

    Robert Southey. To which is added A Vision of Judgment by Lord Byron. London: William Dugdael, 1824

    16mo. 71pp.

    (British Library: 1075.d.10.(4.))

  8. MEMOIRS OF HARRIETTE WILSON

    London: W. Dugdale, [c.1825].

    8vo. 322pp.

    Not in Ashbee. Later published by Dugdale under the same title in 1839. See also The memoirs of the extraordinary life and adventures of Harriette Wilson

    (British Library: 010826.k.11)

  9. [WORKS OF LORD BYRON]

    Dugdale published many works by Byron in 1825 and 1826. So far, I've been unable to determine if the publications were issued separately or in a multi-volume set. Holdings found in the British Library and the New York Public Library. A short list of titles follows:

    Childe Harold's Pilgrimage (12mo. 182pp. 1825); English Bards and Scotch Reviewers, etc. (12mo. 50pp. 1825); Hebrew Melodies (12mo. 22pp. 1825); The lament of Tasso (12mo. 12pp. 1825); Lara (12mo. pp.137-216 of a larger collection. 1825?); Mazeppa (12mo. 28pp. 1825); The Corsair (12mo. 72pp. 1825); The Giaour (12mo. 51pp. 1825); The Prophecy of Dante (12mo. 32pp. 1825); Cain (12mo. 63pp. 1826); Beppo (12mo. 27pp. 1826); Waltz (12mo. 16pp. 1826); The curse of Minerva (15cm. 289-324, 37-54 p. 1826); Marino Faliero (15cm. x + 124pp. 1826); The two Foscari (15cm. p. [225]-297. 1826); Sardanapalus (15cm. p. [125]-[224]. 1826); English bards and Scotch reviewers (15cm. 50pp. 1826)

    (British Library; New York Public Library)

  10. MELODIES, IRISH AND NATIONAL

    Thomas Moore. London: Printed and published by W. Dugdale, 23, Russell Court, Drury Lane. 1826

    12mo. 119pp.

    Previously published by Dugdale in 1824.

    (Stanford University: British Poetry of the Romantic Period Catalog #989)

  11. MEMOIRS OF A MAN OF PLEASURE

    Or, the Amours, Intrigues, and Adventures, of Sir Charles Manly...London: Printed and Published by W. Dugdale, 1827

    12mo. 306pp. 4 engravings (1 signed T.Jones Del. B. Reading Sc.; 1 signed B. Reading, Sculp.)

    Previously published in London, 1769 as The History of the Human Heart or the Adventures of a Young Gentleman; which was later published by Edward Avery in c.1885. This present title was republished by Dugdale with the imprint Printed and Published by J. Turner, date undknown.

    An American reprint of this present edition was published with the imprint of New-York: Henry S. G. Smith & Co., 1855 (8vo. No signatures. 3 woodcuts).

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.121.  Mendes: 7)

  12. CAPTAIN STROKE-ALLS POCKET BOOK!

    London: Printed by C.J. Allcock, Cock Court, Cockspur Street [c.1828]

    Small 8vo. 80pp. 7 plates in text but Ashbee states there should probably be a frontispiece to make up the usual number of 8.

    Ashbee believes this is a reprint of an earlier edition.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.157)

  13. NUN IN THE CLOISTER, THE

    Or, the Amours, intrigues & adventures, of the Marchioness of Beauville. London: W. Dugdale, 1828.

    16mo. 71pp.

    (British Library: 012612.de.24)

  14. FAVORITE OF VENUS, THE

    [London: c.1830]. 6 illustrations.

    Published by William Dugdale's younger brother, John. Previously printed and published by J. Sudbury between 1820 and 1830

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.145)

  15. LADIES' TELL TALE, THE

    Or, Decameron of Pleasure. A recollection of Amourous Tales...London: Published by May, Wilson, [c.1830]

    12mo. 4 volumes. 24 engravings (6 in each volume).

    The first 3 volumes were published by John Ascham about 1830, the fourth by Dugdale. In 1863 Dugdale reprinted the first three volumes and in 1865 re-issued all 5 volumes as Love's Tell Tale.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.282)

  16. MEMOIRS OF A WOMAN OF PLEASURE

    Or, the amours, intrigues, and adventures of Themidore and Rozette.Interspersed with curious narratives, and embellished with numerous elegant engravings. London: printed and published by J. Dugdale, 1830.

    16cm. 157pp. 4 colored plates.

    This is NOT the well-known novel by John Cleland. J. Dugdale was William Dugdale's younger brother. Not in Ashbee.

    (British Library: C.194.a.489)

  17. SINGULAR LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF MISS FANNY HILL

    A fair Cyprian, Many Years resident in Russell Street, Covent Garden. Originally written by John Cleland, Esquire. First published by R. Griffith, at the Dunciad, in St. Paul's Church Yard. London: Re-Printed by Turnder, 23 Russell Court, Drury Lane [n.d., c.1830]

    12mo. Engraved title page. Ashbee thinks there were probably plates.

    Per Ashbee this was sold openly and is therefore a castrated edition. Previously published by T. Broom under this title in c.1810.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.70, #19; British Library: P.C. 31.f.24)

  18. MEMOIRS OF A WOMAN OF PLEASURE

    Or the Life of Miss Fanny Hill. In two Volumes. From the Original Quarto Edition of the Author John Cleland Esq...London: Printed by John Jones, 1832

    Large 12mo. 2 volumes. 120pp. and 135pp. 25 colored engravings and consist of 12 small inserted in-text and 13 large, including an engraved title page.

    See also Life and Adventures of Fanny Hill; Memoirs of the Life of the Celebrated Miss Fanny Hill; and Singular Life and Adventures of Miss Fanny Hill

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.68)

  19. MYSTERIES OF VENUS, THE

    Or, Lessons of Love: exemplified in the Amatory Life and Adventures of Kitty Pry. London: Printed by H. Smith, [c.1835-40]

    12mo. 180pp. 8 engravings, though not those from Duncombe's edition.

    Previously published by John Duncombe, c.1830. The possible original English edition was published in London, 1783 by M. Metford. A French translation was published in 1786 entitled Memoires d'une femme de Chambre"

    This present title is not the same as that found in Birchen-Bouquet (Cannon, c.1826; Dugdale, c.1860; Liseux or Brancart, 1888; and Carrington, 1896).

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.171)

  20. HISTORY OF FATHER SATURNIN

    Alias Don B... London: Printed for the Booksellers, 1836 [1866]

    12mo. 2 volumes. 194pp. 12 engravings.

    First published in c.1745 (probably earlier) as L'Histoire de Dom B.... An English translation was done in 1801 as The Life and Adventures of Silas Shovewell. And in French as Memoires de Saturnin, c.1821 (Destruction of the work was ordered by the Cour royale de Paris on December 29, 1821 and June 28, 1825). Charles Carrington also published an English edition in 1896, as well as Charles Hirsch in 1907 with illustrations by Avril, both titled The Life and Adventures of Father Silas.

    (Mendes: p.153, notes to 18-A)

  21. PRIVATE LIFE OF LORD BYRON, THE

    John Mitford. Comprising his voluptuous amours ... With numerous engravings. London: H. Smith, [1836?]

    8vo. 192pp.

    (British Library: 1452.c.28)

  22. ESSAY ON THE RIGHT OF PROPERTY IN LAND, AN

    William Ogilvie. With respect to its foundation in the law of nature, and the rights of the people! [London]: London printed 1780, reprinted by W. Dugdale, 1838.

    17cm. ix + 117pp.

    (UCLA: Microfilm H31 .G57)

  23. BOOK OF MURDER!

    A vade-mecum for the commissioners and guardians of the new poor law throughout Great Britain and Ireland. [London]: William Dugdale, 1839

    (British Library: X22/1663 DSC)

  24. MEMOIRS OF HARRIETTE WILSON

    Written by herself... Illustrated with engravings. London: W. Dugdale, 1839.

    8vo. 322pp.

    Not in Ashbee. Previously published by Dugdale under the same title in c.1825. See also The memoirs of the extraordinary life and adventures of Harriette Wilson

    (British Library: 10864.s.1)

  25. MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ADVENTURES OF MADAME VESTRIS

    With interesting and amusing anecdotes of celebrated characters in the fashionable world, detailing an interesting variety of singularly curious and amusing scenes, as performed before and behind the curtain. In which will be found most curious notices of many eminent roues and debauchees of the day, with various others of public notoriety... London: Printed for the Booksellers, 1839

    8vo. 61pp.

    Possibly William Dugdale. Previously published by J. Duncombe in 1836. Campbell Reddie's MSS notes this title was originally published c.1830 by John Benjamin Brookes. Reddie also mentions it was reprinted by Dugdale (no date or place, 64pp. 8 lithographs); Mendes suggests a c.1860 date of publication.

    (British Library: W57/7350.  Library of Congress: PN2598.V5M4)

  26. POLITICAL PULPIT!, THE

    Joseph Rayner Stephens. A collection of sermons preached by the Rev. J. R. Stephens, in the present year, to crowded congregations in London, and various other places, principally in the open air : to which is added, the trial of the Rev. Gentleman for uttering seditious language, before Mr. Justice Patteson, at the assizes held at Chester, August 15, 1839. London: Printed and published by W. Dugdale, 1839

    24, [17]-32, [41]-120 p.

    (UCLA: Microfilm H31 .G57)

  27. POLITICAL WORKS OF PERCY BYSSHE SHELLY

    London, W. Dugdale, 1839.

    16mo. 2 volumes. Vol.1: iv + 572pp. Vol.2: 534pp. Frontispiece.

    Later published by Dugdale in 1851.

    (British Library: 11612.b.30.  New York Public Library: Pforz (Shelley/Coll.)

  28. REPLY TO LORD BROUGHAM'S LETTER TO THE QUEEN!

    (Supposed to be sent) by command of Her Majesty. London, W. Dugdale 839 [i.e. 1839]

    22cm. 16pp.

    (New York Public Library: C-3 p.v.1285)

  29. SUPPRESSED WORK!

    On the possibility of limiting populousness: to which is added, the theory of painless extinction / by Marcus. [London]: William Dugdale, 1839.

    8vo. 48pp. 3rd edition.

    (Wellcome Library: 41359/P)

  30. COAL HOLE COMPANION, THE

    Or The swell's album, of that famous singing club : containing a witty & merry collection of songs, staves and chaunts, as they first appeared in that popular concert room, and various other houses of entertainment [London]: H. Smith, 37 Holywell Street, Strand, [c.1840s?]

    13cm. 5 volume songster series. 32pp. each. Each volume has an engraved title page and folding frontispiece. Not in the British Library.

    [Vol.1?] - The Coal-hole companion:
    A collection of the most rummy songs and funny staves now singing with great applause at the Coal-hole, Cider Cellars, Garrick, &c

    Vol.2 - The Coal Hole companion:
    Containing La polka mad
    (At head of title "Second series-Fifth collection")

    Vol.3 - The Coal Hole companion:
    Contains a capital collection of out and out racy and stirring songs
    (At head of title "Third series-ninth collection")

    Vol.4 - The Coal Hole companion:
    A capital collection of regular good songs, the only correct copies, as sung at the Coal Hole, the Cider Cellars, Evan's Convivial parties, Garrick's Head, &c
    (At head of title "Fourth collection")

    [Vol.5?] - The Cider Cellar songster:
    A collection of spreeish chants and nobby songs, sung at this favorite place of entertainment nightly

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.158. Bodlein Library: Johnson e.4931)

  31. CURIOUS AND DIVERTING HISTORY AND ADVENTURES OF A BEDSTEAD

    Containing Many Singular and Interesting Amorous Tales and Narratives...[London]: SMITH [Dugdale], Printer [c.1840]

    12mo. 158pp. 8 colored engravings.

    First published in 1784 in The Rambler's Magazine

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.149)

  32. ESSAY ON WOMAN, AN

    By the celebrated John Wilkes, Esq.,...London: Printed and Published by R. Smith, [c.1840]

    Small, square 8vo. or 12mo. 24pp.

    First published in in 1763. Dugdale may have published a second edition with the imprint London: Printed for the Booksellers (8vo. 18pp.).

    (Ashbee: Vol.1 p.224/432)

  33. INDIANA: A ROMANCE OF ILLICIT LOVE

    From the French of George Sand. London: W. Dugdale, [1840?]

    8vo. 312pp.

    Possibly translated by James Campbell Reddie according to the Ashbee catalogue.

    (British Library: C.194.a.166)

  34. PHILOSOPHY OF KISSING

    Anatomically and physiologically explained by an amateur. London: H. Smith, [c.1840]

    16mo. 58pp.

    (Wellcome Library: 41132/P)

  35. WEDDING NIGHT, THE

    Or, Battles of Venus, a Voluptuous Disclosure...[London]: J. Turner, [c.1840]

    No signatures. 37pp. Rough wood-cut frontispiece. (Another edition: 8vo. 47pp. 4 roughly done wood-cuts)

    First published by John Duncombe about 1830. Although Ashbee believes one or both editions were published by William Dugdale, he also mentions in his notes to Confessions of a Lady's Maid that John Dugdale (William's younger brother) carried on business under the pseudonym J. Turner, imprint of this present title.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.168)

  36. DEMON OF SICILY!, THE

    A romance. By the Hon. Edward Montague...London: Printed and Published by W. Dugdale, [c.1841]

    8vo. 156pp. Illustrated.

    (British Library: C.192.a.221)

  37. MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF THE CELEBRATED MISS FANNY HILL

    Detailing, in glowing language, her Adventures as a Courtezan and Kept-Mistress; her strange vicissitudes and happy end. London: Printed by H. Smith, 1841

    12mo. 207pp. 8 colored engravings.

    Per Ashbee this is a castrated edition, and is probably a reprint of the work noticed in the Monthly Review

    See also Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure; Life and Adventures of Fanny Hill; and Singular Life and Adventures of Miss Fanny Hill

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.69.  British Library: Cup.805.b.1)

  38. PLEA FOR THE POOR, A

    Showing how the proposed repeal of the existing corn laws will affect the interests of the working classes. By the Hon. and Rev. Baptist W. Noel. London: W. Dugdale, MDCCCXLI (1841)

    16cm. 24pp. At top of title page: "For general circulation!" "Sold by the Bethnal Green Anti-Corn-Law Association, meeting at the Adelaide Tavern, Hackney Road, every Wednesday evening."

    (Oxford: Regent's Park REG Angus: Tract CLVI(23)

  39. BRISTOL HOAX, THE

    Or, The merchant's wedding. Being a history of the adventures of the renowned Mr. Wooly in search of a wife, and £47,000!!! [London]: Printed by W. Dugdale [1842?]

    22cm. 174pp. Illustrated.

    (British Library: 012611.k.17.  UCLA: PR3991.A1 B698;  Stanford University: XX(5173290.1))

  40. DEVIL'S PULPIT!, THE

    Robert Taylor. Containing twenty-three astronomico-theological discourses / by the Rev. Robert Taylor ; with a sketch of his life. London: Re-printed by W. Dugdale, 1842.

    17cm. 2 volumes.

    Originally published: London: Richard Carlile, 1832. Collection of 46 sermons delivered by the author.

    (Center for Research Libraries: A-10530)

  41. EXQUISITE, THE

    A collection of Tales, Histories, and Essays, Funny, fanciful, and facetious...London: H. Smith, [1842 to 1844]

    4to. 3 volumes. Numerous illustrations, portraits of actresses, lithographs and wood-cuts, many in text.

    A vast amount of semi-erotic literature; a great many from well-known French works translated for the most part, if not all, by James Campbell Reddie

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.339)

  42. AUTHENTIC MEMOIRS OF MR. AND MRS. WOOD

    Containing Miss Paton's marriage with Lord W. Lennox ... the means used by Lord Lennox, to obtain a divorce ... also her ladyship's marriage with her paramour [i.e. J. Wood], etc. London: H. Smith, 1843.

    8vo. 105pp.

    (British Library: Cup.403.tt.5)

  43. PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY

    From the French of M. de Voltaire. London: Printed and Published by W. Dugdale, 1843

    2 volumes. 621pp.

    First published in 1765.

    (UC Berkley: B42 .V62 1843;  McCalman: Radical Underworld, p.219)

  44. DIEGESIS, THE

    Robert Taylor. Being a discovery of the origin, evidences, and early history of Christianity, never yet before or elsewhere so fully and faithfully set forth. London: W. Dugdale, 1844.

    419pp. 3rd Edition

    (Center for Research Libraries: A-9874 Cat. C)

  45. MYSTERIES OF PARIS, THE

    Eugène Sue. Faithfully translated from the original French. London: W. Dugdale, 1844.

    20cm. 595pp.

    A translation of: Les mystères de Paris.

    (UC Riverside: Eaton PQ2446 .M913)

  46. POLITICAL WORKS OF THOMAS PAINE, THE

    Complete in one volume. Now first collected together, and to which are added several pieces never before published in England;...London : W. Dugdale, [1844?]

    20cm. iv + 810pp. Printed in double columns. Each work has special title page and separate paging.

    "Common Sense" and "The American Crisis", each has special title page dated 1844.

    (New York Public Library: SEB (Paine, T. Political works ... 1844);  Cal. State Library: 308 P)

  47. VARIOUS RECOLLECTIONS OF DOMESTIC SCENES

    And Little Love Affaris; which occurred in my family.....[London: 1844]

    8vo. 3 volumes. 114pp., 108pp. 167pp. 14 colored lithographs.

    The 'Recollections' end at p.152 of the 3rd volume, after which is added a tale in verse, Rape of the Swain. Later published by Andrew White in 1863 with 14 colored lithographs; and again in 1892, possibly by Brancart and/or Van Crombrugge.

    An extract from the 3rd part, with slight alterations, was published by John Benjamin Brookes as Domestic Discipline; or, Every One to his Taste (large 12mo. 39pp. 3 engravings).

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.158;  Mendes: 71)

  48. WANDERING JEW, THE

    Eugène Sue. Translated from the original French. London: W. Dugdale, 1844

    8vo.

    (Southhampton: BZ 7901.S93.  Manchester: ref. only)

  49. MANUAL OF FREEMASONRY

    In three parts, etc. Carlile, Richard, Dissenter. London: W. Dugdale, 1845

    8vo. 3 parts.

    (British Library: 4786.df.46)

  50. ON THE USE OF NIGHT-CAPS

    or, Seven years' experience on the practicability of limiting the number of a family ... By a married man with six children!. London: J. Turner, [c.1845.]

    32mo. 32pp.

    (British Library: P.C.30.a.33)

  51. CONFESSIONS OF A VOLUPTUOUS YOUNG LADY

    Of High Rank disclosing her secret longings and private amours... London: Printed for Strokeall and Co. ten inches up Red lane, Maidenhead, 1849.

    78pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    Not in Ashbee. This work may have first been published around 1822. Published by Dugdale again in c.1860 as Confessions of a Young Lady. Also published by Avery in c.1890 as The Amatory Adventures of Tilly Touchitt

    (Mendes: 51)

  52. BATTLES OF VENUS, THE

    A Descriptive Dissertation on the Various Modes of Enjoyment of the Female Sex...London: Printed for the Booksellers, [c.1850]

    16mo. 64pp. Illustrations(?)

    Previously published with the imprint Printed in the Hague [London] in the Year 1760. Dugdale may have printed a second, enlarged edition in 2 volumes, 16 engravings

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.118)

  53. LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF FANNY HILL

    A Fair Cyprian. [London: c.1850]

    8vo. 2 vols. in one, with volume 1 ending at p.80 and volume 2 beginning with p.97 and ending in p.173. 20 colored lithographs.

    See also Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure; Memoirs of the Life of the Celebrated Miss Fanny Hill; and Singular Life and Adventures of Miss Fanny Hill

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.68)

  54. PHOEBE KISSAGEN

    Or, the Remarkable Adventures, Schemes, Wiles, and Devilries of the Une Maquerelle; being a sequel to the "New Epicurean". London: 1743 [1866]London: T. Benson, 1850 [c.1860]

    8vo. 96pp. Limied edition of 500 copies. 8 colored lithographs.

    Written by Edward Sellon. Reprinted in Brussels, 1876 for Lazenby in London.

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.326)

  55. YOKEL'S PRECEPTOR

    Or, More Sprees in London! Being a ... show-up of all the rigs and doings of the flash cribs in this great metropolis ... To which is added a Joskin's vocabulary of the various slang words now in constant use, etc. London: Printed and Published by H. Smith, [about 1850 or 1860].

    12mo. 31pp.

    A directory of smut shops, brothels, theives' dens and gambling hells. Later published by Van Crombrugge and/or Brancart in 1891.

    (Ashbee: Vol.1 p.403.  British Library: Cup.364.ee.14)

  56. POLITICAL WORKS OF PERCY BYSSHE SHELLY

    Complete in two volumes. Illustrated with portrait, etc. London, W. Dugdale, [1851].

    16mo. 2 volumes.

    Previously published by Dugdale in 1839

    (British Library: 11612.a.22,23.)

  57. EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL

    Achilli versus Newman. A full and verbatim report of this celebrated trial, before the Lord Chief Justice Campbell and a special jury at Westminster; on Monday, June 21, 1852, etc. Newman, John Henry, Cardinal. [London]: W. Dugdale, [1852].

    16cm. 63pp.

    (British Library: 06496.aa.13)

  58. SCENES IN THE SERAGLIO

    By the Author of "The Lusty (sic) Turk". With Numerous Coloured Plates. [London]: [c.1855 to 1860]

    8vo. 88pp. 6 colored lithographs.

    First published, possibly by John Benjamin Brookes, about 1820 to 1830 with 6 colored lithographs

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.136)

  59. ADVENTURES OF SIR HENRY LOVEALL

    In a Tour through England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Embellished with Ten Superb Coloured Plates. [London: c.1860].

    8vo. 2 parts in one volume. 68pp. to each part. 12 colored lithographs (6 in each volume).

    The Nordmann copy contains 16 full-page watercolor lithographs

    First published at the beginning of the 1800s and several times thereafter; one of the earliest containing 6 copper-plates. Later published by George Cannon c.1830 with 12 colored plates (from which the Dugdale edition badly imitates).

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.22.  Bibliothèque Erotique Gérard Nordmann, Christies, April 27, 2006 Sale #5445 / Lot 1)

  60. AMOURS INTRIGUES, AND AVENTURES OF A MUSICAL STUDENT, THE

    Written by himself. With numerous amatory illustrations. [By Sam May.]. H. Smith: [London, 1860?]

    12mo. 143pp.

    Previously published in c.1820; which Ashbee states is evidently a reprint of an English original. Later published by Charles Carrington in 1897 as The Loves of a Musical Student

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.xxxii;  British Library: Cup.805.b.7)

  61. BED=FELLOWS: OR YOUNG MISSES MANUEL

    In Six Confidential Dialogues between Two Budding Beauties...[Londond]: Printed and Published on Mons Veneris, [c.1860]

    8vo. 120pp. 8 colored engravings

    Previously published by Dickenson about 1820 with 8 line engravings. Reprinted in London about 1830. And again in 1891, possibly by Maheu and about 1894 by Brancart and/or Maheu

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.126.   Mendes: 53-A)

  62. BIRCHEN BOUQUET, THE

    Or, Curious and Original Anecdotes of Ladies fond of administering the Birch Discipline...Boston: Printed for George Tickler, [c.1860]

    8vo. 48pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    The original edition dates back to 1770 or 1790. Published by George Cannon in c.1826 with engravings. Later published in 1881 by William Lazenby with 8 colored lithographs, not from the Dugdale edition; and in 1888, possibly printed by Unsinger for Augustin Brancart or Edouard Maheu [Mendes: Notes to 22-A]. A possible Carrington edition was done in 1896 (London [Paris?]: For Private Subscribers Only, 8vo. 256pp)

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.242.  Mendes 22-A)

  63. CONFESSIONS OF A LADY'S MAID

    Pr Boudoir Intrigue: disclosing many sartling scenes and voluptuous incicents...London: W. Johns, [c.1860]

    Tall 8vo. 24pp. 2 illustrations.

    W. Johns is a pseudonym used by William Dugdale's younger brother, John.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.179)

  64. CONFESSIONS OF A YOUNG LADY, THE

    To which is added Ten Years Life of a Courtezan. London: Printed for the Society of Vice, [c.1860]

    No signatures. 78pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    Previously published by Dugdale in 1849 as Confessions of a Voluptuous Young Lady. Contains two distinct works: The Confessions of a Voluptuous Young Lady (3 illustrations) and Tne Years of the Life of a Courtezan (5 illustrations). The previous title is a bad translation of Dir Ans de la Vie d'une femme, published in 1838 with 12 engravings

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.304)

  65. ELEMENTS OF TUITION AND MODES OF PUNISHMENT

    In Letters from Mademoiselle Dubouleau...London: Printed for the Booksellers [c.1860]

    8vo. 8 colored lithographs (not from the Cannon edition)

    First published by George Cannon in c.1830 with 6 colored, folding engravings. Republished, possibly by Lazenby or Edward Avery, in c.1880 London (8 lithographs not from prior editions) and again in c.1892. Not in the British Library.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.240;  Mendes: 72.  Bibliothèque Erotique Gérard Nordmann, Christies, April 27, 2006 Sale #5445 / Lot 140)

  66. EVELINE

    London: Printed for the Bibliopolists, [c.1860].

    8vo. 2 volumes in one, continuous pagination. 151pp. (half-title at p. 85). Probably contained 8 colored lithographs.

    First published pre-1840; which Ashbee believes was titled Evelina. Also published by Charles Roberts in c.1840, 2 volumes with 6 colored lithographs. And another published in c.1843 [London: Printed for the Booksellers] by Anthony Dyer (pseudo. of Anthony Edward Dyer White). In 1904 Charles Carrington published an expanded edition entitled The Modern Eveline in three volumes.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.143)

  67. EXHIBITION OF FEMALE FLAGELLANTS

    Suus cuique mos. Printed at the Expense of Theresa Berkley, for the Benefit of Mary Wilson. London: [c.1860]

    8vo. 64pp. 8 lithographs.

    First published with the imprint London: Printed for G. Peacock, [n.d.]. Also published by George Cannon in c.1830 with an engraved frontispiece and 4 colored folding plates. John Camden Hotten reprinted this work in 1872.

    See also The female flagellants in the Beau=Monde and the Demi=Monde

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.243;  British Library: 31.g.29)

  68. HOW TO RAISE LOVE

    Or the Art of Making Love, in more ways than one; being the Voluptuous History and Secret Correspondence of Two Young Ladies...London: Society of Vice, [c.1860-65]

    8vo. 3 volumes. Three title pages. 104pp., 54pp., 75pp. 24 colored lithographs.

    Previously published in London by Cythera Press (John Ascham); 12 engravings.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.147)

  69. INJURED INNOCENCE

    Or, The Rape of Sarah Woodcock. A Tale. Founded on Facts. Compiled partly from the Trial of Lord Baltimore...New York [London]: c.1860

    8vo. 76pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    In the form of a narrative, is founded on the well known trial of Lord Baltimore

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.138)

  70. INTRIGUES IN A BOARDING SCHOOL

    Or, The Adventures of Dr. Phookall, with his servant girl...[London]: Printed for the Booksellers, [c.1860].

    8vo. 24pp. 4 colored lithographs.

    Reprint of an earlier edition. Told in 10 dialoges.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.318)

  71. INUTILITY OF VIRTUE, THE

    A Tale of Lust and Licentiousness, Exemplified in the History of a Young and Beautiful Lady, Modest and Virtuous, who, by a Series of Unfortunate Circumstances, if first Ravished by a Robber...London: Printed for the Sociey of Vice, [c.1860]

    8vo. 59pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    Previously published John Benjamin Brookes in 1830 (12mo. 72pp. 8 folding engravings). Reprinted by Charles Carrington in c.1898-1899

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.132)

  72. MANON LA FOUETTEUSE

    or, the Quintessence of Birch Discipline...London: Prined for the Society of Vice, [c.1860]

    8vo. 96pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    The first edition may have been published between 1805-1810. Also published by George Cannon in c.1830 (with folding colored plates) and possibly again by John Benjamin Brookes. Charles Carrington reprinted this work as Margot the Birching Beauty in 1905 and c.1912.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.241.  Mendes: 164-A)

  73. MYSTERIES OF WHOREDOM, THE

    Revealed in correspondence between Miss Loveman and Miss Longfort...London: Printed for the Society of Vice, [c.1860]

    8vo. 91pp. 6(?) colored lithographs

    Previously published by George Cannon c.1828, possibly with 6 colored engravings.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.151)

  74. PHILOSOPHICAL THERESA, THE

    Or, Memoirs of a Young Girl. Newly translated from the French. London: Printed for the Society of Vice, [c.1860]

    8vo. 2 volumes. 77pp., 61pp. 16 lithographs.

    Published clandestinely in Paris in 1748 (date from bib of Jules Gay), "Therese Philosophe" was one of the best-sellers of the period. The first edition contained 16 (or 17 plates), some folded, artist unknown.

    The earliest English translation may have been the entry noted in James Campbell Reddie's MS, which gives 'The Philosophical Theresa. Dublin: s.d. (c.1800), 6 engravings. George Cannon or J. B. Brookes also published an English translation in c.1830. Later published by Charles Carrington in 1900.

    (Mendes: 133)

  75. PLEASURES OF KISSING AND BEING KISSED, THE

    London: T. Benson, 1850 [c.1860]

    8vo. 80pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    First published by John Ascham, with engravings, about 1840. This work contains the following tales: The Pleasures of Kissing and Being Kissed; The Peeping Lass's Tale; and The Monk and the Nuns; a funny tale.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.307)

  76. SEDUCTION OF SONTAG, THE

    Or The Virgin's Oath. An Historical Drama in two acts...[London: c.1860]

    8vo. 40pp. 4-6 lithographs.

    Previously published by George Cannon about 1828-30 as The Virgin's Oath or the Fate of Sontag.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.316)

  77. VENUS SCHOOL MISTRESS

    Or Birchen Sports. By R. Birch, Translator of Manon's Memoirs. London: Printed for the Booksellers, [c.1860]

    8vo. 61pp. 8 colored plates, not from the Cannon edition.

    First published sometime between 1808 and 1810. Later published in c.1820 with 4 colored plates. George Cannon republished the work about c.1830, printed by John Ludbury, with a frontispiece of the Berkley Horse and 5 or 6 folding colored plates. Charles Carrington also published this work in 1898, 1900 and 1917.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.397;  Mendes: 118-A)

  78. AWFUL DISCLOSURES OF MARIA MONK

    As Exhibited in a Narrative of Her Sufferings During a Residence of Five Years as a Novice, and Two Years as a Black Nun in the Hotel Dieu Nunnery at Montreal. London: J. Smith, 1863

    48mo. 184pp.

    First published in 1836 (New York: Howe & Bates). Reprinted by Dugdale in London, [n.d.], "Printed For the Booksellers".

    (Bookseller: Oxfam Newcastle, 2/5/06)

  79. GAMIANI or Two Nights of Excess

    [First English Edition]. An English Translation of Alfred de Musset's Work. Paris [London]: 1864. 8vo. 2 volumes. 80pp. 56 and 35. 16 small lithographs [4½ x 2¾]

    Published by Willian Dugdale. Probably translated by Campbell Reddie. It's possible there is an even earlier edition of 'Gamiani', noted in volume 2 of Louisa Selby '1822' [c.1836] but no copy, that I'm aware of, has been found.

    (Rose: 1907 (B.A.155).  Notes to Mendes: 41-A)

  80. LOVE LETTERS BETWEEN ARABELLA AND FLORA

    Two Courtezans of Venice and Paris...London: Printed by the Society of Vice, [c.1864]

    8vo. 94pp. Colored lithographed title page + 8 colored lithographs.

    A reprint of an earlier American work, the same 'letters' are found in The Festival of Love, 1860. Possibly published in America, The Festival of Love also contains a reprint of The Accomplished Whore, published by George Cannon in 1827. An even earlier edition, entitled The Wandering Whore is said to have been published about 1818 (Gay: Vol.6, p.445).

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.166; and Vol.1, p.1)

  81. LUCRETIA

    Or, the Delights of Cunnyland – with delicious illustrations – Printed for General Use [London: c.1864]

    8vo. 2 volumes. 72pp. 69pp. 16 lithographs.

    (Mendes: X52)

  82. LUSTFUL TURK, THE

    Or, Scenes in the Harem of an Eastern Potentate, Faithfully and Vividly Depicted...In Two Parts. Enriched with Superb Engravings Printed for the Society of Vice, [c.1864-1867]

    8vo. 2 volumes. Separate title pages. Continuous pagination. 136pp. 16 colored lithographs.

    First published in 1829 by John Benjamin Brookes. Reprinted in 1860 or 1864 by Dugdale (not seen by Ashbee) and again (this present entry) in c.1864-1867.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.135.)

  83. ROSE D'AMOUR, LA

    Or, the Adventures of a Gentleman in Search of Pleasure. Philadelphia [London]: Printed expressly for the Purchasers, [1864]

    8vo. 2 volumes. 72pp. 63pp. 16 colored lithographs.

    This is a reprint of an original American work published at Philadelphia in 1849 (12mo. 140pp. illustrated). A second American edition was issued in 1852 {179pp.). The work was also reprinted in serial form in William Lazenby's original publication of the magazine The Pearl (No.8, Feb. 1880 to No.10, Oct. 1880).

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.161;  Mendes: X51)

  84. AMOURS OF AN AMERICAN ADVENTURER

    In the New World and the Old. In Two Volumes. Enriched with Fine Engravings. New York [London]: 1865

    8vo. Complete in 1 volume. 128pp. Illustrated lithographed title page + 7 colored lithographs.

    Reprint of an American original.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.163;  Mendes: X54)

  85. LOVE'S TELL-TALE

    Or the Decameron of Pleasure. London: Printed for the Booksellers, 1865

    8vo. 5 volumes. pp. 109, 75, 92, 118, 55. 40 colored lithographs (8 in each volume).

    The stories contained in this work are as follows: Vol.1 - Little Miss Curious's Tale; The Young Gentleman's Tale; and The Young Lady's Tale. Vol.2 - The Traveller's Tale; The Amateur Artist's Tale; and The Student in Art's Tale. Vol.3 - The School Master and Mistress's Tale; The School Girl's Tale; and The School Boy's Tale. Vol.4 - The Soldier's Tale; The Sailor's Tale; and The Foster Brother and Sister's Tale. Vol.5 - The Philosophic Sister's Tale; The Country Girl's Tale; and The Country Boy's Tale

    First published as The Ladies Tell Tale in 4 volumes, the first 3 were published by John Ascham about 1830, the fourth by Dugdale. In 1863 Dugdale reprinted the first 3 volumes and then he republished the entire work as this present edition.

    In 1880, tale 11 (from vol.4) was reprinted as Love's Tell Tale, The Sailor's Yarn (Printed for the Nihilists. Moscow, 1880). Charles Carrington reprinted tales 7, 8 and 9 (Volume 3) in 1901 as Tales Told Out of School. In c.1911 tales 14 and 15 (from Volume 5) were published as Tale of a Country Girl, printed by Gaucher for 'the trade'.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.282;  Mendes: 140 and 204)

  86. MEMOIRS OF ROSA BELLEFILLE

    Or a Delicious Banquet of Amorous Delights. London: [1865]

    8vo. 96pp. 8 colored lithographs not from the Cannon edition.

    Previously published by Paphian Press (George Cannon) in 1828; 6 engravings. Ashbee notes he has a set of 6 watercolor drawings done by Edward Sellon but does not indicate whether or not they were done to illustrate the Cannon edition

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.140)

  87. NEW EPICUREAN, THE

    Or, The Delights of Sex, Facetiously and Philosophically Considered, in Graphic Letters Addressed to Young Ladies of Quality. London: 1740 [1865]

    8vo. 92pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    Original edition. Author and artist is Edward Sellon. Reprinted in Brussels 1875 for William Lazenby. Later published by Charles Carrington in c.1902(?)

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.314)

  88. SCENES IN THE SERAGLIO

    By the Author of The Lusty (sic) Turk. Coloured Plates. [London]: [c.1865]

    8vo. 88pp. 6 colored lithographs. Not in the British Library.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.136)

  89. ADVENTURES OF A SCHOOL-BOY

    or, the Freaks of youthful passion. London: Printed for the booksellers, 1866

    8vo. 125pp. 8 colored lithographs designed by Edward Sellon.

    Written by James Campbell Reddie

    (Mendes: X58;  British Library: P.C.13.a.1.)

  90. DON LEON

    A Poem by the late Lord Byron...London: Printed for the Booksellers, 1866.

    Small 8vo. 126pp.

    Despite the authorship stated on the title page, these poems were not written by Lord Byron. According to the entry in Cambridge "Cf. Wise, Ashley Lib. I, 168. Knight, Lord Byron's marriage, p. 162 states that both pieces are probably by George Colman the younger [1762-1836], and that the "Notes to Don Leon" were written at various times by various hands.". Later published by Charles Carrington c.1890(?) and in 1934 London: Fortune Press from the Carrington edition.

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.189;  British Library: P.C. 30.h.6)

  91. FEMALE FLAGELLANTS IN THE BEAU=MONDE AND THE DEMI=MONDE, PART THE SECOND

    Proving from indubitable facts that eh Secret Pleasure of Whipping their own children and those of others, and that the Delights of the Birch Rod....[London: 1866]

    8vo. 62pp. 8 plates.

    Reproduced by Hotten (imprint: London: Printed for George Peacock, 1785) as No.2 of the "Library Illustrative of Social Progress".

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.249)

  92. LASCIVIOUS GEMS

    Set to suit every Fancy, By Several Hands. London: Printed for the Booksellers, 1866.

    8vo. 90pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    A collection of 11 tales.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.309)

  93. NEW LADIES' TICKLER, THE

    Or, The Adventures of Lady Lovesport and The Audacious Harry. London: Printed for the Booksellers, 1866

    8vo. 112pp. 8 colored lithographs from designs by Edward Sellon.

    Later published in c.1902 by Berge and/or his son-in-law, C. Versteeg.

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.435)

  94. NUNNERY TALES

    Or Cruising under False Colours: A Tale of Love and Lust. London: Printed for the Booksellers, [1866, 1867, 1868]

    8vo. 3 volumes. 134pp., 128pp., 137pp. 24 colored lithographs.

    Original edition. Later published c.1888, probably in Amsterdam by Brancart/Van Crombrugge. Another edition was published in 1899 Paris for the Erotica Biblion Society. A U.S. clandestine reprint was issued 'By T.N.R. Lond-Paris, Royal Press, 1902' [New York, c.1935] on laid paper.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.152.  Mendes: 26-A and 26-B)

  95. ROMANCE OF CHASTISEMENT, THE

    Or, The Revelations of Miss Darcy. London: Printed for the Booksellers, [1866].

    8vo. 112pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    The author is George H. Stock. Later published in 1888 by Avery and by Charles Carrington in c.1902 as The Magnetism of the Rod or The Revelations of Miss Darcy.

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.344)

  96. YOUTHFUL ADVENTURER, THE

    Depicting the career of a Young Man Among the fair sex–with many various choice anecdoes of the ways of indulging the lustful passions...London: Printed for the Bibliopolists, [1866].

    8vo. 112pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    Later published by Van Crombrugge and/or Brancart in 1891.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.164;  Mendes: 65)

  97. DOCTRINE OF KISSING EXEMPLIFIED

    A sermon ... by the Rev. the Dean of Cypme. Liverpool : H. Young, 1867

    12mo. 10pp.

    (British Library: 012314.de.28)

  98. REVELRIES! AND DEVILRIES!!

    Or Scenes in the Life of Sir Lionel Heythorp, Bt. His Voluptuous Emotions, and Emissions: His Amorous Peculiarities...London: Printed for the Booksellers, [1867]

    8vo. 123pp. Frontispiece + 7 colored plates.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.181)

  99. SINGULAR LIFE AMATORY ADVENTURES AND EXTRAORDINARY INTRIGUES OF JOHN WILMONT

    The Renowned Earl of Rochester. London: Printed and Published by Henry Smith, [c.1867?]

    8vo. 222pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    (Ashbee: Vol.2 p.344 notes.  British Library: P.C.31.f.24)

  100. UPS AND DOWNS OF LIFE, THE

    A Fragment. London: Printed for the Booksellers, 1867.

    8vo. 110pp. Colored lithographed title + 6 colored lithographs and 1 pen and ink drawing.

    The original designs consisted of 16 colored drawings, 1 colored title and 2 pen and ink sketches. This work is an auto-biography of its author and artist, Edward Sellon. See also Adventures of a School Boy.

    Reprinted in Brussels 1892 by Edouard Maheu, probably for Avery in London as The Amorous Prowess of a Jolly Fellow and possibly for Charles Carrington in Paris.

    (Ashbee: Vol.1 p.379;  Mendes: 67)

  101. VICTIM OF LUST, THE

    Or Scenes in the Life of Rosa Fielding. Depicting the Crimes and Follies of High Life and the Dissipationa dn Debaucheries of the day. London: Printed for the Booksellers, [c.1867]

    8vo. 135pp. 8 colored lithographs.

    Later published by Charles Carrington in c.1902 as Rosa Fielding or the Victim of Lust. Mendes makes a speculative guess that this work may have been written by Augustus Sala.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.160;  Mendes: 146)

Unknown Date of Publication

  1. AWFUL DISCLOSURES OF MARIA MONK

    As Exhibited in a Narrative of Her Sufferings During a Residence of Five Years as a Novice, and Two Years as a Black Nun in the Hotel Dieu Nunnery at Montreal. London: Printed For the Booksellers, [n.d.]

    16mo. vi + 176pp.

    First(?) published in 1836 (New York: Howe & Bates). Later reprinted by Dugdale (London: J. Smith) in 1863.

    (Bookseller: Ariel Books, 2/5/06)

  2. CABINET OF AMOUROUS CURIOSITIES, A

    Previously published in 1786. Ashbee states there is a reprint (present title) but provides no additional information.

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.148)

  3. CHERUB, THE

    Or Guardian Angel of Female Innocence. An Exposition of The Schemes and Allurements Practised by Boarding Schools...London: Henry Young, [n.d.]

    8vo. 39pp.

    Previously published in London by W. Locke, 1792 with a frontispiece signed J. Cruikshanks.

    (Ashbee: Vol.1, p.158)

  4. LADIES' TELL=TALE, THE

    Or, Decameron of Pleasure. A recollection of Amourous Tales...London: H. Smith, [n.d.]

    12mo. 19pp.

    This tract has nothing to do with the work of the same title [London: Published by May, Wilson, [c.1830].

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.292)

  5. LOVER'S FESTIVAL, THE

    Or, Melting Moments. A reprint of The Authentic Memoirs of the Countess de Barre. [London, n.d].

    Ashbee does not give date or pagination. A French translation was done in 1772 as Memoires Authentiques, de la Comtesse de Barre. This work was also reproduced in Dugdale's The Exquisite as Memoirs of the Countess du Barre, beginning with the third letter. Not in the British Library.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3 p.100)

  6. MEMOIRS OF A MAN OF PLEASURE

    Or, the Amours, Intrigues, and Adventures, of Sir Charles Manly...London: Printed and Published by J. Turner, [n.d.]

    8vo. 231pp. 6 colored lithographs. 2nd full title page, which includes the text "Wanton Waiting Maid".

    Previously published by Dugdale in 1827.

    (Ashbee: Vol.3, p.122)

  7. MEMOIRS OF THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF HARRIETTE WILSON

    The celebrated Courtezan and Demi-rep, of the time of George IV : with numerous anecdotes of the leaders of fashion, of literature, and of the Army. Strand [London]: H. Smith, [n.d.]

    24cm. 332pp. Illustrated.

    Not in Ashbee. See also Memoirs of Harriette Wilson

    (UC Berkley: DA536.W7.A31 1800z)

  8. [SONGSTERS]

    Dugdale sold various songsters, many with folding frontispieces, as follows: The Coal hole Companion; The Cider Cellar Songster; The frisky Songster; The Waterford Songster; The Black Joke; Captain Morris's Songster; Wilson's Rum Codger's Collection; Wilson's New Flash Songs; The Jolly Companion; The Wanton Warbler; and The Tuzzymuzzy Songster.

    (Ashbee: Vol.1 p.135)

  9. SYNTAGMA

    Being a vindication of the manifesto of the Christian Evidence Society, established, November 12, 1824 ? by the Rev. Robert Taylor; manifesto, to all Protestants amd members of the Protestant congregations. London: W. Dugdale, [n.d.]

    17cm. 128pp.

    (New College Library (Edinburgh) - E.a.12/4)



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McCalman, Iain. Radical Underworld: Prophets, revolutionaries, and pornographers in London, 1795-1840. London: Cambridge University Press, 1988.
Mendes, Peter. Clandestine Erotic Fiction in English 1800-1930. Scolar Press, 1993.
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