New Arrivals

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  Title Copies
Anonymity : a secret history of English literature / John Mullan 
Year: 2007 
Call No: 820.9 MUL 
Turn the carpet; or, the two weavers; a new song, in a dialogue between Dick and John. 
Year: 1796 
Call No: [B.187] 
The Story of sinful Sally. Told by herself. Shewing how from being Sally of the Green she was first led to become Sinful Sally, and afterwards Drunken Sal, and how at last she came to a most melancholy and almost hopeless end [etc.] 
Year: 1796 
Call No: [B.187] 
The Shopkeeper turned sailor, or, the folly of going out of our element. Shewing what a clever man John the shopkeeper was in his business, and what a rash step he took in resolving to go upon the water. 
Year: 1796 
Call No: [B.187] 
Dame Andrews 
The sorrows of Yamba; or, the Negro woman's lamentation. To the tune of Hosier's Ghost. 
Year: 1795 
Call No: [B.186] 
A Memoir of Jane Austen by her nephew J. E. Austen Leigh. To which is added Lady Susan and fragments of two other unfinished tales by Miss Austen. 
Edition: 2nd ed. 
Year: 1871 
Call No: Writers' Sequence AUS/AUS 
The Italian, or, The confessional of the black penitents : a romance 
Year: 2000 
Call No: Writers' Sequence RAD 
The histories of some of the penitents in the Magdalen-House, as supposed to be related by themselves (1760) / edited by Jennie Batchelor and Megan Hiatt 
Year: 2007 
Call No: Writers' Sequence ANON/HIS 
Jane Austen and religion 
Year: 1996 
Call No: Writers' Sequence AUS/JAR