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 Science and nature
 Poems and letters
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 Women and girls
 Biography
 Mary Queen of Scots
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    Front Cover
        Front cover
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Children's books
        Page 3
    Illustrated texts
        Page 4
    Science and nature
        Page 5
    Poems and letters
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    Novels
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    Women and girls
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    Biography
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    Mary Queen of Scots
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The eight exhibit cases focus on the following themes: children's books, illustrated texts, science and
nature, poems and letters, novels, women and girls, biography and Mary, Queen of Scots. For further
information, please contact the exhibit curator, Cathlena Martin, at cmartin@english.ufl.edu.

Thanks and appreciation go to the Department of Special and Area Studies Collections of the George
A. Smathers Libraries, the British Women Writer's Conference coordinators and the following indi-
viduals for their participation in the project: Rita Smith, Barbara Hood, Mil Willis, Dina Benson, Russ
Fairman and Bill Hanssen.

Digital images from the Department of Special and Area Studies Collections are available on the
Publication of Archival Library & Museum Materials (PALMM) Web site: http://palmm.fcla.edu/.
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children's Books a


Hunt, Madeline Bonavia.
The magic mirror by the author of "Little hinges," "Brave
little heart," etc., and other stories. London; Paris; New
York : Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., [188-?] (London : Belle
Sauvage Works)

Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849.
Moral tales for young people by Maria Edgeworth. London
(St. Paul's Churchyard): printed for J. Johnson, 1801,
([London], Paternoster-Row) : G. Woodfall).

Martineau, Harriet, 1802-1876.
The settlers at home by Harriet Martineau. London; New
York: G. Routledge, 1856 (London: Savill and Edwards).

Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849.
Waste not, want not, or, Two strings to your bow by Maria
Edgeworth; with illustrations from original designs.
Philadelphia: Geo. S. Appleton,; New York: D. Appleton
& Co., 1847. Illustrations engraved by W. Roberts and
Herrick after W. Croome.

Rossetti, Christina Georgina, 1830-1894.
Sing-song: a nursery rhyme book by Christina G. Rossetti
; with one hundred and twenty illustrations by Arthur
Hughes; engraved by the brothers Dalziel. London:
George Routledge and Sons, 1872 ([London] : Camden
press; Dalziel Brothers).

Lamb, Mary, 1764-1847.
Mrs. Leicester's school: or, The history of several young ladies,
related by themselves. 1st American ed. George Town Va.
Published by Joseph Milligan, 1811 (George Town? :
W. Cooper).
Three of the tales (The witch aunt, First going to church,
and The sea voyage) are by Charles Lamb, the remaining
seven by Mary Lamb.

Lamb, Mary, 1764-1847.
Poetryfor children, entirely original by the author of Mrs.
Leicester's [sic] school. Boston, West and Richardson, and
E. Cotton, 1812.

Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock, 1826-1887.
Little Lizzie and the fairies: and, Sunny Hair's dream by Dinah
Maria Mulock; with other tales; illustrated with twenty-
four engravings. Boston : Crosby, Nichols & Co., [1852].
Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock, 1826-1887.

Our year: a child's book in prose and verse by the author of
"John Halifax, Gentleman"; illustrated by Clarence Dobell.
Cambridge; London: Macmillan and Co., 1860 (London :
Richard Clay).


Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock, 1826-1887.
The adventures of a brownie as told to my child by the
Author of "John Halifax, gentleman" ; illustrated by Mrs.
Allingham. New ed. London: Macmillan and Co., 1881
(Edinburgh: R. & R. Clark).

Fenwick, E. (Eliza).
Six stories for the nursery: in words of one and two syllables:
intended as a sequel to "Baby tales." by a mother, for
the use of her own children. London: Printed for M. J.
Godwin and Co. at the City Juvenile and School Library,
41, Skinner Street ..., 1819 (London : Printed by R. and A.
Taylor, Shoe-Lane).

Yonge, Charlotte Mary, 1823-1901.
The little duke, or, Richard the Fearless by the author of "The
heir of Redclyffe," "Kings of England"; with illustrations
drawn and lithographed by J.B. London: John W. Parker
and Son, 1854.

Yonge, Charlotte Mary, 1823-1901.
The history of Sir Thomas Thumb by the author of "The
heir of Redcliffe," "Heartsease," "The little duke," & c.;
illustrated by J. B. Edinburgh : Thomas Constable and
Co.; London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co., 1855.

Yonge, Charlotte Mary, 1823-1901.
Countess Kate by the author of "The heir of Redclyffe."
London: J. and C. Mozley : Masters and Co., 1862.

Ewing, Juliana
Horatia Gatty,
1841-1885.
The brownies and uessthe
other tales by author
Juliana Horatia Laut
Ewing; with
illustrations
by George
Cruikshank.
London: Bell
and Daldy,
1871 (London :
William Clowes
and Sons).






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Procter, Adelaide Anne, 1825-1864.
The angel's story by Adelaide Anne Proctor; with eight
illustrations by Charles O. Murray. London: George Bell
and Sons, [1881?] ([London] : Chiswick Press;
C. Whittingham and Co.).

Havergal, Frances Ridley, 1836-1879.
The four happy days by Frances Ridley Havergal. London:
James Nisbet and Co., 1874 (Edinburgh : Murray
and Gibb).

Havergal, Frances Ridley, 1836-1879.
Morning bells, or, Waking thoughts for the little ones by
Frances Ridley Havergal. London : James Nisbet & Co.,
1880 (Edinburgh: Morrison & Gibb).
Harris, Amanda Bartlett, 1824-1917.
Pleasant authors for young folks by Amanda B. Harris.
Boston: D. Lothrop and Company, c1884.
Including Chapters on Mary Russell Mitford -- Jane
Austen Dinah Mulock-Craik Charlotte Bronte -
and more.


Elliott, Mary, 1794?-1870.
Living and moving, or, How we travel by the author of "Plain
things for little folk." London : Darton and Co., [1874?].
Tentatively attributed to Mary Elliott by Osborne Coll.,
p. 186. However, Mary Elizabeth Southwell Dudley
Leathley 1818-1899 (a contemporary of Mary Elliott) also
an author of book entitled: "Plain things for little folk"
published by Darton in 1851.

Elliott, Mary, 1794?-1870.
The modern Goody Two-Shoes : exemplifying the good
consequences of early attention to learning and virtue by Mary
Belson. London (58, Holborn Hill): William Darton, 1815
(London: William Darton).

Elliott, Mary, 1794?-1870.
The little mimic by Mary Elliott. New York : John
McLoughlin, c1856.


illustrated Texts a


Gilbert, Rosa M. (Rosa Mulholland), 1841-1921.
Puck and Blossom: a fairy tale by Rosa Mulholland ;
with six illustrations, in gold and colors. London :
Marcus Ward & Co.; Belfast : Royal Ulster Works,
[1879?]. Illustrations attributed to Kate Greenaway,
1846-1901, and are color onlays in an elaborate
border.

Greenaway, Kate, 1846-1901.
A apple pie. London, F. Warne [ca. 1873?] (London :
Kronheim).

Clark, Mary Senior.
Turnaside cottage by Mary Senior Clark. London :
Marcus Ward & Co.; New York: Thomas Nelson &
Sons, 1875 (Belfast: Royal Ulster Works).
Illustrated by Kate Greenaway, 1846-1901.

Hill, Miranda, 1836-1910.
The fairy spinner: and "Out of date or not?" by Miranda
Hill. London: Marcus Ward & Co.; Belfast: Royal
Ulster Works, 1875.
Illustrated by Kate Greenaway, 1846-1901.


Greenaway, Kate, 1846-1901.
Marigold Garden by Kate Greenaway. Frederick
Warne & Co.

Greenaway, guess the
Kate, 1846-1901.
Kate illustrator
Greenawoay's
birthday book for
children with ,
382 illustrations
drawn by Kate
Greenaway;
printed by
Edmund Evans;
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Sale Barker.
London; New
York : George
Routledge and
Sons, [1880?]. ...








science and Nature


Howitt, Mary Botham, 1799-1888.
Natural history stories :for my juvenile friends by Mary
Howitt. London : S.W. Partridge & Co., [1875?] (London;
Aylesbury: Watson and Hazell)

Yonge, Charlotte Mary, 1823-1901.
The herb of thefield: reprinted from "Chapters on flowers"
in the Magazine for the Young by the author of "The kings
of England," "Langley School," "Scenes and characters,"
etc. 2nd ed. London : J. and C. Mozley : Masters and Co.,
1858.

Yonge, Charlotte Mary, 1823-1901.
The instructive picture book, or, Lessonsfrom the vegetable
world by the author of "The heir of Redclyffe" and "The
herb of the field" ; illustrated with 31 colored plates;
arranged by Robert M. Stark. Edinburgh : Edmonston &
Douglas, 1858.
This book is a continuation of "The Instructive picture
book, or, Progressive lessons from the natural history of
plants and animals."


Hemans, Felicia Dorothea Browne, 1793-1835.
Hymns for childhood on the works of nature, and other
subjects :for the use of children by Mrs. Felicia Hemans.
Philadelphia:
Henry F.
Anners, 1842 science in
(Philadelphia
: Haswell, 3 a drop of water
Barrington, and
Haswell).

Buckley,
Arabella B. -
(Arabella .
Burton), 1840- '
1929.
The fairy-
land of science .
by Arabella .: .-. .""
B. Buckley.
London (55,
Charing Cross,
S.W.): Edward
Stanford, 1878.


oems and Letters


Bronte, Charlotte, Emily, and Anne.
Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell. London, Smith,
Elder and co., 1846 [i.e. 1848].

Bronte, Charlotte, 1816-1855.
The Love Letters of Charlotte Bronti to Constantin Heger.
London, Printed for Private Circulation Only, 1914. First
edition. 30 copies printed.

Rossetti, Christina Georgina, 1830-1894.
Verses by Christina G. Rossetti, dedicated to her mother
... London, Privately printed at G. Polidori's, 1847.
"Composed from the age of twelve to sixteen" and printed
at the private press of the writer's grandfather, Gaetano
Polidori.


Coleridge, Sara Fricker, d. 1845.
Minnow among Tritons; Mrs. S. T. Coleridge's letters to
Thomas Poole, 1799-1834. edited by Stephen Potter.
Bloomsbury [London] Nonesuch Press, 1934. Limited
to six hundred and seventy-five copies, of which this is
number 47.

Montagu, Mary Wortley, Lady, 1689-1762.
Letters of the right honourable Lady M---y W----y M-----e:
written, during her travels in Europe, Asia and Africa, to
persons of distinction, men of letters, &c. in different parts
of Europe. Which contain, among other curious relations,
accounts of the policy and manners of the Turks; drawn
from sources that have been inaccessible to other travelers.
London: Printed for T. Becket and P. A. De Hondt, 1769.

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science and Nature


Howitt, Mary Botham, 1799-1888.
Natural history stories :for my juvenile friends by Mary
Howitt. London : S.W. Partridge & Co., [1875?] (London;
Aylesbury: Watson and Hazell)

Yonge, Charlotte Mary, 1823-1901.
The herb of thefield: reprinted from "Chapters on flowers"
in the Magazine for the Young by the author of "The kings
of England," "Langley School," "Scenes and characters,"
etc. 2nd ed. London : J. and C. Mozley : Masters and Co.,
1858.

Yonge, Charlotte Mary, 1823-1901.
The instructive picture book, or, Lessonsfrom the vegetable
world by the author of "The heir of Redclyffe" and "The
herb of the field" ; illustrated with 31 colored plates;
arranged by Robert M. Stark. Edinburgh : Edmonston &
Douglas, 1858.
This book is a continuation of "The Instructive picture
book, or, Progressive lessons from the natural history of
plants and animals."


Hemans, Felicia Dorothea Browne, 1793-1835.
Hymns for childhood on the works of nature, and other
subjects :for the use of children by Mrs. Felicia Hemans.
Philadelphia:
Henry F.
Anners, 1842 science in
(Philadelphia
: Haswell, 3 a drop of water
Barrington, and
Haswell).

Buckley,
Arabella B. -
(Arabella .
Burton), 1840- '
1929.
The fairy-
land of science .
by Arabella .: .-. .""
B. Buckley.
London (55,
Charing Cross,
S.W.): Edward
Stanford, 1878.


oems and Letters


Bronte, Charlotte, Emily, and Anne.
Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acton Bell. London, Smith,
Elder and co., 1846 [i.e. 1848].

Bronte, Charlotte, 1816-1855.
The Love Letters of Charlotte Bronti to Constantin Heger.
London, Printed for Private Circulation Only, 1914. First
edition. 30 copies printed.

Rossetti, Christina Georgina, 1830-1894.
Verses by Christina G. Rossetti, dedicated to her mother
... London, Privately printed at G. Polidori's, 1847.
"Composed from the age of twelve to sixteen" and printed
at the private press of the writer's grandfather, Gaetano
Polidori.


Coleridge, Sara Fricker, d. 1845.
Minnow among Tritons; Mrs. S. T. Coleridge's letters to
Thomas Poole, 1799-1834. edited by Stephen Potter.
Bloomsbury [London] Nonesuch Press, 1934. Limited
to six hundred and seventy-five copies, of which this is
number 47.

Montagu, Mary Wortley, Lady, 1689-1762.
Letters of the right honourable Lady M---y W----y M-----e:
written, during her travels in Europe, Asia and Africa, to
persons of distinction, men of letters, &c. in different parts
of Europe. Which contain, among other curious relations,
accounts of the policy and manners of the Turks; drawn
from sources that have been inaccessible to other travelers.
London: Printed for T. Becket and P. A. De Hondt, 1769.

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Finch, Anne Kingsmill, Countess of Winchilsea,
1661-1720.
The spleen: a Pindarique ode. London : H. Hills, 1709.
One of the first female English poets to be published.

Rossetti, Christina Georgina, 1830-1894.
A pageant and other poems by Christina G. Rossetti. London
: Macmillan and co., 1881. Author's letter dated 15. 1889
inserted on front endpaper.

Hemans, Felicia Dorothea Browne, 1793-1835.
Poems by Felicia Dorthea Browne.

Finch, Anne Kingsmill, Countess of Winchilsea, 1661-
1720.
Miscellany poems, on several occasions. Written by a lady.
London, Printed for J.B. and sold by B. Tooke, 1713.
One of the first female English poets to be published.

Robinson, Mary Darby, 1758-1800.
Poems by Mrs. M. Robinson. London, Printed by J. Bell,
1791-93.









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Austen, Jane, 1775-1817.
Northanger Abbey: and Persuasion. By the author of "Pride
and prejudice," "Mansfield-park," &c. With a biographical
notice of the author. London, John Murray, Albemarle-
street, 1818. First Edition; published posthumous.

Austen, Jane, 1775-1817.
Mansfield Park: a novel. In three volumes. By the author
of "Sense and sensibility" and "Pride and prejudice."
London, Printed for T. Egerton, 1814.

Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, 1797-1851.
The last man. 2d ed. London, H. Colburn, 1826.

Bronti, Charlotte, 1816-1855.
Shirley: a tale by Currer Bell [psued.] London : Smith,
Elder, 1849.

Bronte, Charlotte, 1816-1855.
Villette by Currer Bell [psued.] London, Smith, Elder &
Co., 1853.

Arblay, Mme. Frances (Burney) d' 1752-1840.
Cecilia: or Memoirs of an heiress by Miss Burney. Dublin :
P. Wogan, 1801.


Rossetti,
Christina
Georgina,
1830-1894.
Poems chosen
by Walter De La
Mare. Newton;
Montgomery-
shire, England :
Gregynog Press,
1930. This edition
is limited to 300
copies; this is
no 35.


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Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghom, 1810-1865.
Wives and daughters: an every-day story by Mrs. Gaskell;
with eighteen illustrations by George Du Maurier. London
: Smith, Elder, 1866.

Women of worth: a book for girls illustrated by W. Dickie.
New York: W.A. Townsend & Company, 1860.
Includes Chapters on Charlotte Bronte -- Elizabeth Curney
Fry -- Sarah Martin -- Anna Laetitia Barbauld Hannah
More and more.

The girl's own paper or Girl's own annual. London: "The
Leisure Hour" Office,1880-1908.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia Gatty, 1841-1885.
Six to sixteen: a story for girls by Juliana Horatia Ewing
; with ten illustrations by Mrs. W. Allingham. 6th ed.
London : George Bell & Sons, 1884 (London : William
Clowes and Sons).


Haywood, Eliza
Fowler, 1693?-
1756.
The female
spectator. 7th
ed. London, H.
Gardner, 1771. A
periodical, first
published in
monthly parts.
Arblay, Mme.
Frances (Burney)
d' 1752-1840.
The Wanderer: or
Female Difficulties.
London: Printed
for Longman,
Hurst, Rees,
Orme, & Brown,
1814.


biography a


Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865.
Wives and daughters: an every-day story by Mrs. Gaskell;
with eighteen illustrations by George Du Maurier. London
: Smith, Elder, 1866.

Women of worth: a book for girls illustrated by W. Dickie.
New York : W.A. Townsend & Company, 1860.
Includes Chapters on Charlotte Bronte -- Elizabeth Gurney
Fry -- Sarah Martin -- Anna Laetitia Barbauld Hannah
More and more.

The girl's own paper or Girl's own annual. London: "The
Leisure Hour" Office,1880-1908.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia Gatty, 1841-1885.
Six to sixteen: a story for girls by Juliana Horatia Ewing;
with ten illustrations by Mrs. W. Allingham. 6th ed.
London : George Bell & Sons, 1884 (London : William
Clowes and Sons).


Haywood, Eliza
Fowler, 1693?-
1756.
The female
spectator. 7th
ed. London, H.
Gardner, 1771. A
periodical, first
published in
monthly parts.
Arblay, Mme.
Frances (Burney)
d' 1752-1840.
The Wanderer: or
Female Difficulties.
London: Printed
for Longman,
Hurst, Rees,
Orme, & Brown,
1814.


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Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghom, 1810-1865.
Wives and daughters: an every-day story by Mrs. Gaskell;
with eighteen illustrations by George Du Maurier. London
: Smith, Elder, 1866.

Women of worth: a book for girls illustrated by W. Dickie.
New York: W.A. Townsend & Company, 1860.
Includes Chapters on Charlotte Bronte -- Elizabeth Curney
Fry -- Sarah Martin -- Anna Laetitia Barbauld Hannah
More and more.

The girl's own paper or Girl's own annual. London: "The
Leisure Hour" Office,1880-1908.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia Gatty, 1841-1885.
Six to sixteen: a story for girls by Juliana Horatia Ewing
; with ten illustrations by Mrs. W. Allingham. 6th ed.
London : George Bell & Sons, 1884 (London : William
Clowes and Sons).


Haywood, Eliza
Fowler, 1693?-
1756.
The female
spectator. 7th
ed. London, H.
Gardner, 1771. A
periodical, first
published in
monthly parts.
Arblay, Mme.
Frances (Burney)
d' 1752-1840.
The Wanderer: or
Female Difficulties.
London: Printed
for Longman,
Hurst, Rees,
Orme, & Brown,
1814.


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Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865.
Wives and daughters: an every-day story by Mrs. Gaskell;
with eighteen illustrations by George Du Maurier. London
: Smith, Elder, 1866.

Women of worth: a book for girls illustrated by W. Dickie.
New York : W.A. Townsend & Company, 1860.
Includes Chapters on Charlotte Bronte -- Elizabeth Gurney
Fry -- Sarah Martin -- Anna Laetitia Barbauld Hannah
More and more.

The girl's own paper or Girl's own annual. London: "The
Leisure Hour" Office,1880-1908.

Ewing, Juliana Horatia Gatty, 1841-1885.
Six to sixteen: a story for girls by Juliana Horatia Ewing;
with ten illustrations by Mrs. W. Allingham. 6th ed.
London : George Bell & Sons, 1884 (London : William
Clowes and Sons).


Haywood, Eliza
Fowler, 1693?-
1756.
The female
spectator. 7th
ed. London, H.
Gardner, 1771. A
periodical, first
published in
monthly parts.
Arblay, Mme.
Frances (Burney)
d' 1752-1840.
The Wanderer: or
Female Difficulties.
London: Printed
for Longman,
Hurst, Rees,
Orme, & Brown,
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ueen of Scots


What, you may ask, is a display case dedicated to Mary,
Queen of Scots doing in a, 18th and 19th Century British
Women Writers exhibit? A very good question since Mary
Stuart lived from December 8, 1542 to February 8, 1587,
when she was beheaded by Elizabeth I of England. This
case is dedicated to the keynote address by Lynne Vallone
titled, "Re-membering Mary, Queen of Scots: Girls
Reading and Girls Writing in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-
Century Britain," given Friday, March 24, 2006.

The life and history of Mary, Queen of Scots. Glasgow : F. Orr
& Sons, [1850?].

Anderson, James, 1662-1728, ed.
Collections relating to the history of Mary, queen of Scotland.
Containing a great number of original papers never before
printed. Also a few scarce pieces reprinted, taken from the
best copies. Rev. and pub. by James Anderson. Edinburgh,
Printed by J. Mosman and W. Brown, 1727-28.

Greenwood, Grace, 1823-1904.
Bonnie Scotland: tales of her history, heroes, and poets by
Grace Greenwood. Boston : Ticknor and Fields, 1861,
c1860. (Cambridge Mass.: University Press).
Including Chapters on Mary Queen of Scots -- Edinburgh:
Little Margery and her kitten -- Edinburgh: The
Marquis of Montrose -- Edinburgh: The two Margarets
- Edinburgh: and more.

Jameson, Mrs. (Anna), 1794-1860.
Memoirs of celebrated female sovereigns by Mrs. Jameson.
New York (82 Cliff Street): Harper & Brothers, 1845.
Including Chapters on Mary Queen of Scots; Queen
Elizabeth Christina; Anne, Queen of Great Britain.


Mary Stuart:
an historical
tragedy, now
performing at the
Theatre Royal,
Drury Lane
Announcement
and Playbill.

Hunter, Mollie,
1922-.
You never knew
her as I did! by
Mollie Hunter.
1st American ed.
New York, N.Y.
: Harper & Row,
c1981.
Will Douglas,
a seventeen-
year-old page,
attempts to free
Mary, Queen of
Scot, from her island prison.


Yonge, Charlotte Mary, 1823-1901.
Aunt Charlotte's stories of English history for the little ones
by Charlotte M. Younge. London : Marcus Ward & Co.;
Belfast: Royal Ulster Works, [1873?].


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