The Anti-Jacobin Novel: British Conservatism and the French Revolution

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1 ANTI-JACOBIN NOVELS AND TALES

Anon., Dorothea; or, A Ray of the New Light (3 vols., London: G. G. and J. Robinson, 1801).

Anon., Massouf, or the Philosophy of the Day. An Eastern Tale (1 vol., London: Minerva, 1802).

Anon., Memoirs of M. De Brinboc: Containing Some Views of English and Foreign Society (3 vols., London: Cadell and Davies, 1805).

Anon., Berkeley Hall: or, the Pupil of Experience. A Novel (3 vols., London: J. Tindal, 1796).

Anon., The Chances; or, Nothing of the New School: A Novel. In Three Volumes. By A Disciple of the Old School (3 vols., London: Cuthell and Martin, 1803).

Anon., The Citizen's Daughter; or What Might Be (1 vol., London: Vernor and Hood, 1804).

Anon., The History of Sir George Warrington; or, the Political Quixote. By the Author of the Female Quixote (3 vols., London: J. Bell, 1797).

Anon., The Siege of Belgrade: An Historical Novel. Translated from a German Manuscript ('4 vols. in 2', London: H. D. Symonds, 1791).

Bisset, Robert, Douglas; or, the Highlander. A Novel (4 vols., London: 'Printed at the Anti-Jacobin Press', 1800).

Bisset, Robert, Modern Literature. A Novel (3 vols., London: T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1804).

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton, Mary de Clifford. A Story. Interspersed with Many Poems (1 vol., London: H. Symonds, 1792; rpt. London: Clarke's Home Library, 1845).

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton, Arthur Fitz-Albini, a Novel (2 vols., London: J. White, 1798; rpt. London: J. White, 1799).

Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton, Le Forester, A Novel. By the Author of Arthur Fitz-Albini (3 vols., London: J. White, 1802).

Burges, Mary Anne, The Progress of the Pilgrim Good-Intent, in Jacobinical Times (1 vol., London: John Hatchard, 1800).

Charlton, Mary, The Parisian; or, Genuine Anecdotes of Distinguished and Noble Characters (2 vols., London: Minerva, 1794).

Craik, Helen, Adelaide de Narbonne, with Memoirs of Charlotte de Cordet. A Tale (4 vols., London: Minerva, 1800).

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