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Rambles in the South of Ireland

Published 1839
Author Chatterton, Lady Henrietta Georgiana Marcia Lascelles
Title Rambles in the South of Ireland during the Year 1838. By Lady Chatterton. In Two Volumes.
Publisher’s imprint London: Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street. 1839.
Printer’s colophon London: Printed by Blatch and Lampert, Grove Place, Brompton.
Format 12o; 2 vols: pp. xi. 332(I), vi. 328(II)
Sources NSTC 2C17156
Copy inspected Google Harv
  1. T.p. epigraph: [–when pleasure begins to grow dull in the east, / We may order our wings and be off to the west. Moore.]; from Thomas Moore, Irish Melodies (1821), 'We May Roam thro' this World', ll. 3-4.

  2. Dedicated ‘To Lady Barham’ [Frances Noel, née Jocelyn, Lady Barham and later Countess of Gainsborough (1814-1885), was a lady of the bed-chamber to Queen Victoria.].

  3. Editions: 1839 (2nd).

  4. Reviews: Literary Gaz. 23.1161 (Sat., 20 Apr. 1839): 241-43; Metropolitan 25.97 (May 1839): 97-112; Monthly Rev. 2.1, n.s. (May 1839): 125-32; New Monthly Mag. 56.221 (May 1839): 139-40; Gentleman's Mag. 11, n.s. (June 1839): 613-17; Christian Lady's Mag. 12 (July 1839): 79-80; Dublin Univ. Mag. 14 (July 1839): 97-102; North Amer. Rev. 51.108 (July 1840): 187-212 [Boston, US].

  5. Full text links: Google, vol. 1; vol. 2

Genre Narrative
BTW record no. BTW1039
Region Ireland

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