Still More Books
- Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded, a novel by Samuel
Richardson (London, 1816) – A copy of this item is in my
- Holy Bible – London: Published by T. Kinnersley, Acton
Place, Kingsland Road, 1816. Published by C. Brightly and T. Kinnersley,
"Bungan," Suffolk, 1818. Inscribed "Mary Ann. Kinnersley 1819" – This
item is in my possession.
- Angel of Providence, Instructing Mankind to Study and Improve
the Useful Arts, 859pp (London, Nov 30, 1816) – in my possession. No
author is given, and the heading at the top of the first page is Cabinet
of Arts. It may therefore be the same as the next item.
- The Cabinet of Arts or General Instructor in Arts, Science,
Trade ... and Political Economy, by Hewson Clarke and John A.M.
Dougall (T. Kinnersley, London, 1817) – There is a copy in the British
- The Life and Memoirs of Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte
of Saxe Coburg Saalfield, (T. Kinnersley, London, 1818) - There is
a copy at the University of Texas.
- The Matrimonial Miscellany and Mirror of Human Nature,
Containing Essays on Happiness and Various Subjects Connected with
Conjugal Felicity, Comprising also Several new Moral and Interesting
Tales, compiled by Thomas Kinnersley (London, 1818) xxiii 576pp
illus 22cm NK 0153143 NcD 173.1 K55M – Copies exist at Duke University
and in the Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe College. It is also
available on microfilm as History of Women, Reel 116, from Research
Publications, New Haven, 1975, with a copy of the film at Ohio State
- The Book of Common Prayer: and Administration of the Sacraments,
and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the use of
the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America :
together with the psalter, or, Psalms of David, (T. Kinnersley, New
York, 1818 (?? I have not seen this. The correct date is probably 1828)
– There is a copy at The University of Illinois.
- The Fruitless Enquiry, or Search After Happiness, by Eliza Fowler Haywood, (T. Kinnersley, London, 1819)
- The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, ... containing the twenty
books of the Jewish antiquities, seven books of the Jewish war, and the
life of Josephus, written by himself. Translated from the original
Greek, according to Havercamp's accurate edition. Together with
explanatory notes, by the late William Whiston (T. Kinnersley, New
York 1821) – A copy is at Ohio State University and one in the Chicago
- The Holy Bible, with explanatory notes by the late Rev John Brown, 2 vols (T. Kinnersley, New York 1822). The Most Superb Folio
and Self-Interpreting Bible. Printed and Published by C. Brightly and T.
Kinnersley, 1818. NUC 53:NBi 0004555. Copy in the Ramseyer-Northern
Bible Society Museum Collection at the University of Minnesota,