A Subject Guide to the Le Faye Edition of Jane Austen's Letters

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Napoleon Bonaparte-
(ref. To' of Buonaparte').
Lett. 80, p. 203

Napoleonic War-
(ref. To 'heard from Frank').
Lett. 13, p. 23

(ref. To 'Prison ship near Portsmouth').
Lett. 14, p. 27

(ref. To 'Admiral Gambier').
Lett. 15, p. 28

(ref. To 'Frank is made').
Lett. 16, p. 32

(ref. To 'the Egyptian Squadron').
Lett. 24, p. 52

(ref. To 'Earl Harwood').
Lett. 25, p. 55-56

(ref. To 'a Turkish Ship'). (see Note).
Lett. 25, p. 57

(ref. To 'from Larnica in Cyprus').
Lett. 27, p. 63

(ref. To 'Frank's letter').
Lett. 32, p. 75

(ref. To 'came from Lisbon').
Lett. 34, p. 80

(ref. To ' his share of the privateer').
Lett. 38, p. 91

(ref. To 'our poor Army'). (see Note).
Lett. 64, p. 163

(ref. To 'taken a small prize'). (see Note).
Lett. 66, p. 169

(ref. To 'Sir John Moore'). (see Note).
Lett. 67, p. 173

(ref. To 'many people killed') (see Note).
Lett. 74, p. 191

(ref. To 'what news!'). (see Note).
Lett. 96, p. 252

(ref. To 'that Peace was generally expected').
Lett. 97, p. 255

(ref. To 'Henry at Whites'). (see Note).
Lett. 102, p. 264

National Lottery-
(ref. To ' a 16'. of). (see Note).
Lett. 84, p. 210

Naval Review-
(ref. To 'the Naval Review will not take place till Friday').
Lett. 102, p. 264

Needlework-
(see under: Sewing)

Needlework- (by a male)
(ref. To 'his Cross-stitch').
Lett. 64, p. 163

(ref. To 'working a footstool').
Lett. 65, p. 165

Netting- (Craft)
(ref. To 'they are each about a rabbit net').
Lett. 91, p. 234

Negro Servants-
(ref. To 'only see Frank'). (see Note).
Lett. 19, p. 40

(ref. To 'Frank, whose black head').
Lett. 35, p. 81

(ref. To ' a little black woman!).
Lett. 116, p. 288

New Testament-
(ref. To 'St. Paul's Shipwreck'). (see Note).
Lett. 90, p. 229

(ref. To ' precepts of the New Testament').
Lett. 109, p. 280

Newspapers-
(ref. To 'Pinkhards Newspaper').
Lett. 39, p. 95

(ref. To 'the Sun').
Lett. 25, p. 57

(ref. To 'the Portsmouth paper'). (see Note).
Lett. 66, p. 171

Non-Fiction Books:
Barrow's Life of Lord Macartney with Extracts from an Account of the Russian Empire, the Political History of Ireland and the Journal of an Embassy to China. Author: Sir John Barrow.
(ref. To 'their Barrow's'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 199

Christian Researches in Asia. Author: Claudius Buchanan
(ref. To 'with Clarkson or Buchanan'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198

Descriptive travels in the Southern and Eastern Parts of Spain and the Balearic Isles in The Year 1809. Author: Sir John Carr.
(ref. To 'Sir John Carr's Travels in Spain').(see Note)
Lett. 78, p. 198

Essay on the Military Policy and Institutions of the British Empire. Author: Sir Charles William Pasley.
(ref. To 'Capt. Pasley'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198

(ref. To 'Captain Pasley's Book').
Lett. 81, p. 206

A Father's Instructions; Consisting of Moral Tales, Fables and Reflections, Designed to Promote The Love of Virtue. Author: Dr. Thomas Percival.
(ref. To 'Moral tales'). (see Note).
Lett. 57, p. 145

Guida di Musics, being a Complete Book of Instruction for the Harpsichord or Pianoforte. Author: James Hook
(ref. To 'Hook's Lessons'). (see Note).
Lett. 88, p. 224

The History of Great Britain From the Invasion of it by the Romans Under Julius Caesar. Author: Robert Henry. (ref. To' Henry's History of England'). (see Note).
Lett. 26, p. 59

An Inquiry into the Duties of the Female Sex. Author: Thomas Gisborne
(ref. To 'recommended Gisborne'). (see Note).
Lett. 47, p. 112

Journal of Tour to Hebrides. Author: James Boswell (see Note).
Lett. 12, p. 22

Letters From the Mountain: Being the Real Correspondance of a Lady, Between the Years 1773 and 1807. Author: Mrs. Anne Grant
(ref. To 'Mrs. Grant's Letters'). (see Note).
Lett. 51, p. 123

(ref. To 'Mrs. Grant's Letters').
Lett. 78, p. 198, 200.

Letters on the Modern History and Political Aspects of Europe. Author: John Bigland.
(ref. To 'go on with Modern Europe'). (see Note).
Lett. 89, p. 227

Letters To and From the Late Samuel Johnson. Author: Hester Lynch Piozzi
(ref. To 'for Mrs. Piozzi'). (see Note).
Lett. 21, p. 44

(ref. To 'my dear Mrs. Piozzi'). (see Note).
Lett. 62, p. 156

Lettres de Mme. De Sévigné. Author: Mme. De Sévigné
(ref. To 'La Mere Beaute"'). (see Note).
Lett. 96, p. 252

Life of Nelson. Author: Robert Southey
(ref. To Southey's Life of Nelson). (see Note).
Lett. 91, p. 235

Life of Samuel Johnson. Author: James Boswell
(ref. To 'his Life of Johnson').
Lett. 12, p. 22

Memoirs of an American Lady. Author: Mrs. Anne Grant
(ref. To 'the American Lady'). (see Note).
Lett. 64, p. 164

A Narrative of the Events Which Have Taken Place in France, From The Landing of Napoleon Bonaparte, on the 1st of March, 1815, Till the Restoration of Louis XVIII. Author: Helen Maria Williams
(ref. To 'Miss Williams'). (see Note).
Lett. 127, p. 298

Practical and Familiar Sermons: Designed for Parochial and Domestic Instruction. Author: Revd. Edward Cooper
(ref. To 'Sermons from Hamstall'). (see Note).
Lett. 65, p. 167

Practical Piety. Author: Hannah More
(ref. To 'recent publication'). (see Note).
Lett. 74, p. 191

Several Discourses Preached at The Temple Church. Author: Thomas Sherlock
(ref. To 'Sherlock's Sermons'). (see Note).
Lett. 108, p. 278

Travels in Iceland. Author: Sir George Steuart Mackenzie
(ref. To 'and Mackenzie's'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 199

Two Sermons on the Reasonableness and Salutary Effects of Fearing God, as Governor and Judge of the World; Also an Essay Intended as a Vindication of Divine Justice, and a Moral Administration. Author: Thomas Jefferson; (English clergyman).
(ref. To 'Mr. Jefferson's case'). (see Note).
Lett. 52, p. 127

Noonshine- (dialect word for a mid-day snack).
(ref. To 'after the noonshine'). (see Note).
Lett. 53, p. 130

(ref. To 'after noonshine').
Lett. 60, p. 151

Northanger Abbey. Author: Jane Austen
(see under: Austen, Jane-Author).

Nourjahad, Illusion of the Trances of. Author: Attributed to Samuel James Arnold; (play).
(ref. To 'Nourjahad'). (see Note).
Lett. 98, p. 257

Novels:

Alicia de Lacey, an Historical Romance. Author: Mrs. Jane West (see Note).
Lett. 108, p. 277

Alphonsine, ou La Tendresse Maternelle; (trans. As Alphonsine or Maternal Affection). Author: Mme. De Genlis
(ref. To 'Alphonsine did not do')
Lett. 49, p. 115

Antiquary, The. Author: Sir Walter Scott
(ref. To 'in the Antiquary'). (see Note).
Lett. 146, p. 323

Arthur Fitz Albini: a Novel. Author: Samuel Egerton Brydges.
(ref. To 'Fitz-Albini'). (see Note).
Lett. 12, p. 22

Battleridge, an Historical Tale Founded on Facts. Author: Mrs. Cassandra Cooke
(ref. To 'Battleridge'). (see Note).
Lett. 10, p. 17

Camilla Author: Fanny Burney
(ref. To just like Camilla'). (see Note).
Lett. 4, p. 6

(ref. To 'Dr. Marchmont'). (see Note).
Lett. 5, p. 9

(ref. To 'admires Camilla'). (see Note).
Lett. 6, p. 9

Clarentine, a Novel. Author: Sarah Harriet Burney
(ref. To 'are reading Clarentine'). (see Note).
Lett. 50, p. 120

Coelebs in Search of a Wife. Author: Hannah More
(ref. To 'but in Coelebs'). (see Note).
Lett. 67, p. 172

Corinna (trans. of Corinne ou L'italie).
(ref. To 'to read Corinna!). (see Note).
Lett. 62, p. 161

Emma. Author: Jane Austen
(see under: Austen, Jane- Author).

Evelina, or a Young Lady's Entrance Into the World. Author: Fanny Burney
(ref. To 'that Evelina was written'). (see Note).
Lett. 20, p. 43

(ref. To 'Lord Orville'). (see Note).
Lett. 103, p. 267

(ref. To 'Madame Duval'). (see Note).
Lett. 127, p. 298

The Female Quixote, or the Adventures of Arabella. Author: Charlotte Lennox
(ref. To 'Female Quixote'). (see Note).
Lett. 49, p. 116

Gil Blas Author: Alain-Rene Lesage; (trans. By Tobias George Smollett).
(ref. To 'Lesage"). (see Note).
Lett. 132(A), p. 307

Gulliver's Travels. Author: Jonathan Swift
(ref. To 'a Yahoo'). (see Note).
Lett. 22, p. 47

The Heroine or the Adventures of Cherubina. Author: Eaton Stannard Barrett.
(ref. To 'the Heroine'). (see Note).
Lett. 97, p. 255-6

The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling. Author: Henry Fielding
(ref. To 'Tom Jones'). (see Note).
Lett. 1, p. 2

Lady Maclairn, the Victim of Villany. Author: Mrs. Rachel Hunter
(ref. To 'the Flint Family'). (see Note). Lett. 76(C), p. 195

The Lake of Killarney: a Novel. Author: Anna Maria Porter (see Note).
Lett. 60, p. 151

Letters from England by Dom Manuel Alvarez Espriella. Author: Robert Southey
(ref. To 'Espriella's Letters'). (see Note).
Lett. 56, p. 141

Mansfield Park. Author: Jane Austen
(see under: Austen, Jane-Author).

Margiana or Widdrington Tower-Author. Author: Mrs. Henrietta Sykes
(ref. To 'now in Margiana'). (see Note).
Lett. 64, p. 164

The Midnight Bell; a German Story Founded on Incidents in Real Life. Author: Francis Lathom
(ref. To 'the Midnight Bell'). (see Note).
Lett. 9, p. 15

Northanger Abbey. Author: Jane Austen.
(see under: Austen, Jane- Author).

Patronage. Author: Maria Edgeworth
(ref. To 'Patronage'). (see Note).
Lett. 105, p. 271

Persuasion. Author: Jane Austen
(see under: Austen, Jane- Author).

Pride and Prejudice. Author: Jane Austen
(see under: Austen, Jane-Author).

Rosanne; or a Father's Labour Lost. Author: Laetitia Matilda Hawkins
(ref. To 'we have got Rosanne'). (see Note).
Lett. 118, p. 289

Self-Control, a Novel
(ref. To 'Self-controul'). (see Note).
Lett. 72, p. 186

(ref.- 'looking over Self Control'). (see Note).
Lett. 91, p. 234

(ref. To 'Imitation of Self-control').
Lett. 111, p. 283

Sense and Sensibility. Author: Jane Austen
(see under: Austen, Jane-Author

Sir Charles Grandison Author: Samuel Richardson
(ref. To 'poor James Selby'). (see Note).
Lett. 39, p. 93

(ref. To 'Harriot Byron's feather'). (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 220

(ref. To ' like Harriot Byron'). (see Note).
Lett. 91, p. 234

Susan, Author: Jane Austen
(published as Northanger Abbey; See: Austen, Jane- Author).

Tom Jones. Author: Henry Fielding
(see under full title: The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling).

Tristram Shandy. Author: Lawrence Stern
(ref. To 'uncle Toby's annuity). (see Note).
Lett. 39, p. 93

Les Veilles du Chateau Author: Comtesse de Genlis (see Note).
Lett. 25, p. 54

(ref. To' Madame de Genlis'). (see Note).
Lett. 137, p. 310

The Wanderer or Female Difficulties. Author: Fanny Burney
(ref. 'To Madame D'Arblay's') (see Note).
Lett. 89, p. 227

Waverly. Author:Sir Walter Scott
(ref. To 'mean to like Waverly'). (see Note).
Lett. 108, p. 277

The Wild Girl. Author: Sydney Owenson
(ref. To 'her Irish Girl'). (see Note).
Lett. 65, p. 166

Woman, or Ida of Athens. Author: Sydney Owenson
(ref. To 'Ida of Athens'). (see Note).
Lett. 65, p. 166

Novels, Gothic- Satire Of:
(ref. To 'murdered under Ashe Park Copse').
Lett. 17, p. 34

(ref. To 'finished the Heroine'). (see Note).
Lett. 97, p. 255-256

Nurses and Nursing-
(ref. To 'her nurse is come').
Lett. 11, p. 20

(ref. To 'bespoke her nurse').
Lett. 145, p. 320

(ref. To 'Cassandra nursed me').
Lett. 151, p. 329

(ref. To 'supplied him with a Dose').
Lett. 153, p. 333

(ref. To 'Aunt Cassandra is such an excellent Nurse').
Lett. 155, p. 337

(ref. To 'what a Nurse she has been to me').
Lett. 159, p. 340

(ref. To 'indefatigable nurse').
Lett. 161(C), p. 343

Nursing- (Breast Feeding)
(ref. To 'Elizabeth nurses her Baby').
Lett. 51, p. 122