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2013–14
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Dear Reader,
As you will see from the size and scope of this new catalogue
Eighteenth-Century Studies remains at the core of our list,
with an impressive range of both monographs and major works
collections. You will fnd some exciting new additions to our well-
regarded series Eighteenth Century Political Biographies. We
hope to grow this list further still, but in the meantime the new
biographies of Haywood, Paine and J ohnson will be of interest to
many scholars.
Our other established monograph series also continue to grow.
In particular The Enlightenment World series now boasts a
signifcant number of titles. Many of these have been very well
received, as you will see from the review quotes we have included
in this catalogue. For those who have missed out on some of the
earlier books in the series this catalogue also includes a great
discount offer on the frst ten titles. There is a similar offer on
some of the titles in our Chawton House Novels series. This series
brings rare but signifcant novels by women writers to a wider
audience, in scholarly new editions, making a signifcant addition
to the study of women’s writing.
Those of you interested in the turbulent political events of the
early part of the century will also welcome our new edition
of The Unpublished Letters of Henry St John, First Viscount
Bolingbroke. These fve volumes bring together nearly 2,000 of
Bolingbroke’s letters never before made widely available.
Whatever your specialism I hope you fnd something of interest
in this catalogue. We remain committed to publishing the best of
academic research on the Eighteenth Century and I would like to
hear from anyone with new ideas to add to this list.
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
Th om a s Pa in e
W A Sp eck
Thomas Paine (1737–1809) was a
radical, a revolutionary, an author and
a pamphleteer. Denounced in Britain
following the publication of the Rights
of Man (1791), Paine’s intellectual
legacy is such that he is still cited in
the political rhetoric of today. Speck’s
biography examines Paine’s work in
light of new thinking about the role
of religion in the formation of his
political ideology, and also places
Paine within the context of ‘Atlantic
History’.
Eighteenth-Century Political Biographies
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
Sa m u el J oh n s on
Nich ola s Hu d s on
Samuel J ohnson (1709–84) rose from
obscure origins to become one of the
major literary fgures of the eighteenth
century. Through a detailed survey
not only of J ohnson’s major works,
but his numerous pieces of political
journalism, Hudson constructs a
complex picture of J ohnson as a
deeply committed Christian moralist
who came to accept the essentially
realistic nature of politics during an
era of revolutionary transition.
Eighteenth-Century Political Biographies: 10
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
J os ep h Ad d is on
Ch a r les Kn igh t
One of the most durable eighteenth-
century writers, J oseph Addison
(1672–1719) is best remembered for
his sparkling and rangy entries in
the Tatler and the Spectator, both
co-edited with Richard Steele. By the
early 1710s, when the Tory ascendency
prompted his turn to periodical
writing, Addison was a political fxture.
This biography puts his literary career
into a political context.
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of Eliza
Ha ywood
Ka t h r yn R Kin g
While under arrest in 1750 on
suspicion of producing a seditious
pamphlet Eliza Haywood insisted she
‘never wrote any thing in a political
way’. This study of her life and works,
the frst full-length biography in
almost a century, views Haywood’s
life through the prism of her shifting
political allegiances.
Eighteenth-Century Political Biographies: 9
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
J oh n Tola n d
Mich a el Br own
J ohn Toland was notorious.
Condemned by the Middlesex Grand
J ury and the Irish parliament for
authoring Christianity Not Mysterious
(1696), he was to spend much of his
career on the fringes of intellectual life
in Britain and beyond. Yet he was also
an intimate of a series of infuential
politicians and played a crucial part
in the Hanoverian succession of 1714.
This study is the frst to fully recount
his remarkable biography, and to
situate his writings fully within the
controversies that shaped them.
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
Willia m Kin g
Ch r is t op h er Fa u s ke
William King (1650–1729) was
perhaps the dominant Irish intellect
of the period from 1688 until his
death in 1729. An Anglican (Church
of Ireland) by conversion, King was a
strident critic of J ohn Toland and the
clerical superior of J onathan Swift.
This biography examines his political
career and sets King in the context of
his peers.
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
Alexa n d er Pop e
Pa t Roger s
While much has been written on the
politics of Alexander Pope, most of
this relates to his possible J acobite
sympathies and his involvement in the
opposition to Sir Robert Walpole in
the 1730s. This biography covers the
whole range of the poet’s life, starting
with his family background and the
extended Catholic circle in which he
continued to move.
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
Rich a r d St eele
Ch a r les A Kn igh t
Richard Steele (1672–1729) is famous
as a writer of early sentimental drama
and as half of the essay-writing team
of Addison and Steele. But during
1713 and 1714 he became the leading
political propagandist for the Whigs,
campaigning particularly for the royal
succession of the house of Hanover.
‘Knight provides detailed political
contexts for Steele’s activities and
successfully reminds us that Steele’s
life was enmeshed in politics’ Th e
Scr ibler ia n
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Ei gh t een t h -
Cen t u r y Poli t i ca l
Bi ogr a p h i es
Series Editor: J A Down ie
Situating the writings of the period
against the background of the lives
of the men and women who wrote
them, this series provides present-
day readers with an unrivalled
means of retrieving the meaning of
political texts from the past.
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
Hen r y Field in g
J A Down ie
Although scholars agree that Fielding
subscribed to the principles of the
revolution of 1688, this political
biography is the frst to explore what
‘being a Whig’ meant to Fielding.
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
Dela r ivier Ma n ley
Ra ch el Ca r n ell
‘Carnell’s research is meticulous ... a highly
useful addition to our knowledge about
late Restoration and very early eighteenth
century political culture.’ Eigh t een t h -
Cen t u r y I n t elligen cer
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
J on a t h a n Swift
Da vid Oa klea f
‘makes an important contribution to
this series, setting a standard of careful
research and general excellence ... this
clearly developed study will be a boon to
scholars. Recommended.’ CHOI CE
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A Polit ica l Biogr a p h y of
Da n iel Defoe
P N Fu r ba n k and W R Owen s
‘Furbank and Owens are well qualifed
to write a political biography of Defoe
.... they do an excellent job of assembling
primary materials and historical
evidence in support of the biography ...
Highly Recommended’ CHOI CE
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Rep r es en t in g Hu m a n it y in
t h e Age of En ligh t en m en t
Editors: Alexa n d er Cook, Ned
Cu r t h oys and Sh in o Kon is h i
Focusing on feminist theory,
portraiture, explorer narratives and
the philosophy of conversation,
these essays examine enlightenment
concepts of humanity. The
contributors argue that the various
enlightenment ideas of ‘Man’ are best
understood as competing philosophies.
Con t r ibu t or s
Vanessa Agnew, Peter Cryle, J ohn Docker,
Kate Fullagar, J onathan Lamb, Martin
Lloyd, J on Mee, Mary Spongberg, Nicole
Starbuck and Hsu-Ming Teo
The Enlightenment World
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Th e Poet ic En ligh t en m en t :
Poet r y a n d Hu m a n S ci en ce, 1650 – 18 20
Editors: Tom J on es and Rowa n
Boys on
The essays in this edited collection
look at the role of poetry in the
development of enlightenment ideas.
As scholarly disciplines began to
emerge – anthropology, linguistics,
psychology – the ancient and innate
art of poetry was invoked to create
new ways of communicating this
philosophy of human science.
Con t r ibu t or s
Christopher Berry, Pierre Carboni, Phillip
Connell, Nicholas Hudson, Avi Lifschitz,
Christian Maurer, Maureen McLane,
Catherine Packham, Neil Pattison, Simon
Swift, Christopher Tilmouth and Stefan
Uhlig
The Enlightenment World
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Br it is h Vis ion s of Am er ica ,
1775– 18 20 : R ep u bli ca n R ea li t i es
Em m a Vin cen t Ma cleod
Macleod examines changing British
conceptions of America across the
political spectrum during a period
of political, cultural and intellectual
upheaval. These shifting perceptions
are in evidence in the writings of
political commentators including
Samuel J ohnson, Thomas Paine, J ohn
Gifford and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
‘This important book should be essential
reading for all those interested in the
Anglo-American relationship from the
eighteenth century to the present day.’
J a n e Ren d a ll, Un iver s it y of Yor k
The Enlightenment World
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Th e
En li gh t en m en t
W or ld
Series Editor: Mich a el T Da vis
The richness of the Enlightenment
experience makes it a signifcant
topic for study. Themes covered
by this series include the scientifc
revolution; philosophical
origins and progress of the
Enlightenment; high and popular
culture; the political impact
of the Enlightenment; and its
comparative impact in a broad
European context.
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Dia logu e, Did a ct icis m a n d
t h e Gen r es of Dis p u t e: Li t er a r y
Di a logu es i n t h e Age of R ev olu t i on
Ad r ia n J Wa llba n k
Dialogue was a pivotal genre for
the spread of Enlightenment ideas.
Focusing on non-canonical British
writers Wallbank examines the
evolution of dialogue as a genre
during the Romantic period. He
argues that dialogue often adopted
a didactic stance explicitly geared
towards making an argument sound
persuasive, and demonstrates its
infuence in the development of such
innovations as the realist novel,
philosophical perspectivism and the
advent of psychoanalysis.
‘Wallbank’s study offers an important
addition to Romanticism criticism. It
will enrich our understanding of the
cultural landscape of the period through
its careful attention to the textual and
political nuances of a genre whose
important role has too often been
overlooked.’ Pa u l Keen , Ca r let on
Un iver s it y
The Enlightenment World: 25
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Socia bilit y a n d
Cos m op olit a n is m : S oci a l Bon d s
on t h e Fr i n ges of t h e En li gh t en m en t
Editors: Scot t Br eu n in ger and
Da vid Bu r r ow
This collection of essays expands the
focus of Enlightenment studies to
include countries outside the core
nations of France, Germany and
Britain. Notions of sociability and
cosmopolitanism are explored as ways
in which people sought to improve
society.
Con t r ibu t or s
Marianna D’Ezio, Benjamin Fraser, Andrew
Hamilton, Michael B McCoy, Mark Nixon
and Leonard von Morzé
The Enlightenment World: 24
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Rober t a n d J a m es Ad a m ,
Ar ch it ect s of t h e Age of
En ligh t en m en t
Ar iyu ki Kon d o
British architecture moved away from
the dominant school of classicism
during the eighteenth century in
favour of a more creative freedom of
expression. At the forefront of this
change were architect brothers Robert
and J ames Adam. While previous
studies on the Adam brothers have
focused on describing their style and
their inspirations, Kondo’s work places
them within the context of eighteenth-
century intellectual thought.
The Enlightenment World: 23
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Eben ezer Ha za r d , J er em y
Belkn a p a n d t h e Am er ica n
Revolu t ion
Ru s s ell M La ws on
Ebenezer Hazard became postmaster
general in 1782. A prolifc letter-
writer, his favourite correspondent
was J eremy Belknap, a clergyman
and historian. Their letters provide an
informative and insightful history of
the time through everyday events.
The Enlightenment World: 22
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Th e Su blim e I n ven t ion :
Ba lloon i n g i n Eu r op e, 178 3– 18 20
Mich a el R Lyn n
Lynn explores the cultural importance
of ballooning at the birth of large-
scale, mass consumption of science.
‘With a long bibliography of primary
and secondary sources, and concise
footnotes for each anecdote, The Sublime
Invention is the most useful work of
reference on the subject in decades.’
Tim es Lit er a r y Su p p lem en t
The Enlightenment World: 17
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Mon t es qu ieu a n d En gla n d :
En li gh t en ed Ex ch a n ges , 168 9– 1755
Ur s u la Ha s kin s Gon t h ier
Gonthier sets Montesquieu’s work
in the context of early eighteenth-
century Anglo-French relations, taking
a comparative approach to show how
Montesquieu’s engagement with
English thought and writing persisted
throughout his writing career.
The Enlightenment World: 16
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Willia m Wickh a m , Ma s t er
Sp y: Th e S ecr et W a r Aga i n s t t h e
Fr en ch R ev olu t i on
Mich a el Du r ey
William Wickham (1761–1840) was
Britain’s master spy on the Continent
for more than fve years during the
French Revolutionary wars. Durey sees
in Wickham a peculiarly eighteenth-
century, whiggish patriotism: he
served king and country, but he also
bore loyalty to a political family that
was based around his Christ Church
connections.
The Enlightenment World: 14
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En ligh t en m en t a n d
Mod er n it y: Th e En gli s h Dei s t s
a n d R ef or m
Wa yn e Hu d s on
The writers known as the English
deists were not simply religious
controversialists, but agents of reform
who contributed to the emergence of
modernity. This title claims that these
writers advocated a failed ideology
which itself declined after 1730. It
argues for an evolution of their ideas
into a more modern form.
‘an important contribution to our
understanding of not only deism but
also the religious climate of eighteenth-
century England ... essential reading.’
En glis h His t or ica l Review
The Enlightenment World: 13
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Th e Evolu t ion of Sym p a t h y in
t h e Lon g Eigh t een t h Cen t u r y
J on a t h a n La m b
This work represents a concise history
of sympathy in the eighteenth and
early nineteenth centuries, considering
the phenomenon of shared feeling
from fve related angles: charity, the
market, global exploration, theatre,
and torture.
The Enlightenment World: 12
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J oh n Th elwa ll: R a d i ca l R om a n t i c
a n d Acqu i t t ed Felon
Editor: St eve Poole
This edited collection looks at
Thelwall’s manifold activities in
relation to each other and within the
context Romantic culture and politics.
Con t r ibu t or s
J ohn Barrell, Sir Geoffrey Bindman, J udith
Felson Duchan, Tara-Lynn Fleming,
Georgina Green, Kenneth R J ohnston,
Robert Lamb, J on Mee, Nicholas Roe,
Michael Scrivener, Richard Sheldon,
Yasmin Solomonescu, J udith Thompson
and Corinna Wagner
The Enlightenment World: 11
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Liber a t in g Med icin e,
1720 – 18 35
Editors: Tr is t a n n e Con n olly and
St eve Cla r k
The essays in this collection focus on a
range of medical narratives including
Daniel Defoe on plague and public
perceptions of George III’s illness.
Con t r ibu t or s
J ames Robert Allard, Gavin Budge, David
Chandler, Megan Coyer, Molly Desjardins,
George C Grinnell, Hisao Ishizuka, Clark
Lawlor, Susan Matthews, Kimiyo Ogawa,
Sharon Ruston, Aris Sarafanos, Richard
C Sha and Wayne Wild
The Enlightenment World: 10
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Ad a m Fer gu s on : Ph i los op h y ,
Poli t i cs a n d S oci et y
Editors: Eu gen e Hea t h and
Vin cen zo Mer olle
‘The editors ... have done an admirable
job in providing Scottish Enlightenment
scholars with much valuable material on
Ferguson’s life and work. Eigh t een t h -
Cen t u r y Scot la n d
Con t r ibu t or s
Christopher J Berry, Bruce Buchan,
Michael Fry, Lisa Hill, Michael Kugler,
Vincenzo Merolle, David Raynor and J ack
Russell Weinstein
The Enlightenment World: 8
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Th e En glis h Deis t s : S t u d i es i n
Ea r ly En li gh t en m en t
Wa yn e Hu d s on
Hudson discusses the works of ‘the
English deists’ within the context of
the early Enlightenment.
‘for readers who appreciate meticulous
intellectual histories animated by
complex characters ... Mr. Hudson’s
book will be a pleasure to read’ Th e
Scr ibler ia n
The Enlightenment World: 7
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Th e Scot t is h Peop le a n d t h e
Fr en ch Revolu t ion
Bob Ha r r is
Harris compares the emergence of ‘the
people’ as a political force in Scotland
with popular political movements
in England and Ireland and goes on
to analyse Scottish responses to the
French Revolution.
‘flls several gaps. The sources, both
primary and secondary, are superb.
Summing Up: Highly recommended.’
CHOI CE
‘a shrewd and nuanced analysis of
Scotland’s political culture’ En glis h
His t or ica l Review
The Enlightenment World: 6
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Ad a m Fer gu s on : Hi s t or y , Pr ogr es s
a n d Hu m a n Na t u r e
Editors: Eu gen e Hea t h and
Vin cen zo Mer olle
‘The essays ... are of a uniformly high
quality, written by some of the very best
contemporary students of Ferguson.’
J ou r n a l of Scot t is h Ph ilos op h y
Con t r ibu t or s
David Allan, Yasuo Amoh, J ohn D Brewer,
J eng-Guo S Chen, J ane B Fagg, David
Kettler, Iain McDaniel, Annette Meyer,
Fania Oz-Salzberger, David Raynor and
Craig Smith
The Enlightenment World: 4
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Wr it in g t h e Em p ir e: R ober t
S ou t h ey a n d R om a n t i c Colon i a li s m
Ca r ol Bolt on
Bolton examines a range of Southey’s
writing to explore the relationship
between Romantic literature and
colonial politics.
‘essential reading for both academics
and students in the feld’ BARS
Bu llet in & Review
‘an important book ... It will inspire
and intensify further scholarly debate’
Byr on J ou r n a l
The Enlightenment World: 3
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Th e Cos m op olit a n I d ea l in
t h e Age of Revolu t ion a n d
Rea ct ion , 1776– 18 32
Mich a el Scr iven er
This is the frst scholarly study of
cosmopolitanism to take into account
recent feminist and post-colonial
critiques of the Enlightenment.
‘A complex, frst-person discussion
of European cosmopolitan views ...
Recommended’ CHOI CE
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Ha r lequ in Em p ir e: R a ce,
Et h n i ci t y a n d t h e Dr a m a of t h e Pop u la r
En li gh t en m en t
Da vid Wor r a ll
Under the 1737 Licensing Act, Covent
Garden, Dury Lane and regional
Theatres Royal held a monopoly on
the dramatic canon. Worrall explores
the presentation of foreign cultures
and ethnicities on the popular British
stage from 1750 to 1840. He argues
that this illegitimate stage was the site
for a plebeian Enlightenment.
‘This book is extensively documented
and benefts from Worrall’s thorough
research of dramatic subgenres.
Summing Up: Recommended’ CHOI CE
The Enlightenment World: 1
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Ra ce a n d I d en t it y in t h e
Ta s m a n Wor ld , 1769– 18 40
Rachel Standfeld
British imperial encounters with
indigenous cultures created
perceptions and stereotypes that still
persist today. The initial creation of
racial images in relation to violence –
such as ‘warrior race’ or ‘unoffending
people’ – had particular consequences
for land ownership. Whilst the Maori
of New Zealand were understood to
be sovereign owners of their country,
Australian Aboriginals were not.
Standfeld examines these differences
and how they occurred.
Empires in Perspective: 18
256pp: 234x156: 2012
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I r ela n d a n d Em p ir e,
1692– 1770
Ch a r les I va r McGr a t h
Historians often view early modern
Ireland as a testing ground for
subsequent British colonial adventures
further afeld. McGrath argues against
this passive view, suggesting instead
that Ireland played an enthusiastic
role in the establishment and
expansion of the frst British Empire.
He focuses on two key areas of empire-
building: fnance and defence.
Empires in Perspective: 17
336pp: 234x156: 2012
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e 978 1 85196 593 9
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Th e Th ea t r e of Em p ir e: Fr on t i er
Per f or m a n ces i n Am er i ca , 1750 – 18 60
Dou gla s S Ha r vey
Harvey traces the reception of
ideas about imperial and economic
expansion from London, at the hub of
the British Empire, to the great plains
of America. He shows how forms of
entertainment played a key role in
shaping concepts of nationhood.
‘may encourage scholars of both Native
American and Euro-American history to
rethink performance culture as a vehicle
for imperial transformation.’ J ou r n a l
of Am er ica n St u d ies
Empires in Perspective: 13
256pp: 234x156: 2010
HB 978 1 84893 027 8: £60/ $99
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Sla veh old er s in J a m a ica :
Colon i a l S oci et y a n d Cu lt u r e d u r i n g
t h e Er a of Aboli t i on
Ch r is t er Pet ley
This book is based on extensive
research in British and Caribbean
archives. Petley is able to shed new
light on the struggle for emancipation
in the British empire and on the
slaveholders who tried to maintain and
defend a system of exploitation.
Empires in Perspective: 11
224pp: 234x156: 2009
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I n d ia in t h e Fr en ch
I m a gin a t ion : Per i p h er a l Voi ces ,
1754– 18 15
Ka t e Ma r s h
Marsh explores what France thought
of both India and the administrative
rule of its rival, Britain.
‘Utilizing postcolonial theory to
understand the importance of India to
France, intellectually and politically, is
something that Marsh does particularly
well’ H-Net
Empires in Perspective: 8
224pp: 234x156: 2009
HB 978 1 85196 994 4: £60/ $99
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www.pickeringchatto.com/enlightenment10
Th e En ligh t en m en t
Wor ld 1– 10
Series Editor: Mich a el T Da vis
Con t a in s : Harlequin Empire:
Race, Ethnicity and the Drama
of the Popular Enlightenment;
The Cosmopolitan Ideal in the
Age of Revolution and Reaction,
1776–1832; Writing the Empire:
Robert Southey and Romantic
Colonialism; Adam Ferguson:
History, Progress and Human
Nature; Charlotte Smith in British
Romanticism; The Scottish People
and the French Revolution; The
English Deists: Studies in Early
Enlightenment; Adam Ferguson:
Philosophy, Politics and Society;
Rhyming Reason: The Poetry
of Romantic-Era Psychologists;
Liberating Medicine, 1720–1835
10 Volume Set
2912pp: 234x156: 2010
978 1 84893 123 7: £500/ $840
Sa ve £ 10 0 / $150 on t h e
in d ivid u a l volu m e p r ice
www.pickeringchatto.com/empires
Em p i r es i n
Per s p ect i v e
Series Editor: Du r ba Gh os h
This series explores empire
and imperial history through a
diverse range of methodological
approaches and topics, encouraging
studies of political, social, economic
and cultural history from the early
modern period to the twentieth
century.
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Cu lt u r es of Ra d ica lis m in
Br it a in a n d I r ela n d
Editors: J oh n Kir k, Mich a el
Br own and An d r ew Noble
This collection of essays addresses the
role of literature in radical politics.
Topics covered include the legacy of
Robert Burns, broadside literature in
Munster and radical literature in Wales.
Con t r ibu t or s
Maura Cronin, Bob Harris, E Wyn J ames,
Ffon Mair Jones, Marion Löffer, Niall Ó
Ciosáin, Martyn J Powell, Dan Wall and
Christopher A Whatley
Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2013
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Lit er a cy a n d Or a lit y in
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y I r ish Son g
J u lie Hen iga n
Focusing on several distinct genres
of eighteenth-century Irish song,
Henigan demonstrates that the
interaction between the elite and
vernacular, the written and oral, is
pervasive and characteristic of the
Irish song tradition to the present day.
‘a readable and comprehensive
analysis of the impact of literacy and
of increasing literary consciousness on
a predominantly oral poetic culture’
Vir gin ia Bla n ken h or n , Un iver s it y
of Ed in bu r gh
Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution: 2
288pp: 234x156: 2012
HB 978 1 84893 342 2: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 343 9
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Un it ed I s la n d s ? Th e
La n gu a ges of Res is t a n ce
Editors: J oh n Kir k, An d r ew Noble
and Mich a el Br own
The essays in this volume deal with
radical poetry in Ireland, Scotland
and Wales, as well as in the regions
of England and London, placing the
1790s in a broader historical and
cultural context.
Con t r ibu t or s
J oan Beal, Andrew Carpenter, Mary-Ann
Constantine, Leith Davis, R Stephen
Dornan, Elizabeth Edwards, Peter Mackay,
Vincent Morley, Katrina Navickas, Michael
Scrivener, Mark S Sweetnam, Katie
Trumpener and J ulia M Wright
Poetry and Song in the Age of Revolution: 1
288pp: 234x156: 2012
HB 978 1 84893 340 8: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 341 5
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Globa l Tr a d e a n d Com m er cia l
Net wor ks : Ei gh t een t h -Cen t u r y
Di a m on d Mer ch a n t s
Tijl Va n n es t e
At the heart of this study on cross-
cultural trade lies a concrete case-
study of a network of diamond
merchants operating in the early
eighteenth century. All the traders
examined in this study are outsiders:
an English Catholic in Antwerp,
Sephardic and Ashkenazi J ews in
London and Amsterdam and French
Huguenots in Lisbon.
‘this fascinating volume is an invaluable
addition to our knowledge of early
modern trading institutions and
organisations’ Bu s in es s His t or y
‘Vanneste has written an important
book about the functioning of
commercial networks during the mid
18th century’ Reviews in His t or y
Perspectives in Economic and Social History: 11
288pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 087 2: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 088 9
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Migr a n t s a n d Ur ba n Ch a n ge:
New com er s t o An t w er p , 1760 – 18 60
An n e Win t er
Taking the Belgian city of Antwerp
as a case-study, Winter argues that
the direction of nineteenth-century
societal change was such as to make
some groups of people better suited to
reap the benefts of new opportunities.
‘offers a genuine contribution to history’
Econ om ic His t or y Review
‘a major study which all European
urban historians as well as migration
specialists, will need to read and
ponder.’ Th e Low Cou n t r ies
His t or ica l Review
Win n er : Vla a m s e ◊
Wet en s ch a p p elijke St ich t in g
Pr ize, 20 11
Perspectives in Economic and Social History: 1
328pp: 234x156: 2009
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Mer ca n t ilis m a n d Econ om ic
Un d er d evelop m en t in
Scot la n d , 160 0 – 178 3
Ph ilip p Robin s on Rös s n er
Since the early seventeenth century,
Scotland’s economy rested on a
traditional ‘baseline’ of raw goods;
cattle, linen, coal, salt and herring.
As important debates on economic
ideals began to fourish among
Enlightenment thinkers, Scotland
became a testing ground for macro-
economic experiments. Rössner argues
that mercantilism helped Scotland’s
economy during the 1730s and 40s,
providing a more positive and effcient
framework than contemporary
thinkers like Adam Smith would have
us believe.
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: September 2013
HB 978 1 84893 346 0: £60/ $99
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www.pickeringchatto.com/poetryandsong
Poet r y a n d S on g
i n t h e Age of
R ev olu t i on
Series Editors: Mich a el Br own ,
J oh n Kir k and An d r ew Noble
The series examines how these
two intimately related genres were
used to explore and disseminate
new political ideas in a period of
Enlightenment, Romanticism and
Revolution.
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Dr in k in t h e Eigh t een t h a n d
Nin et een t h Cen t u r ies
Editors: Su s a n n e Sch m id and
Ba r ba r a Sch m id t -Ha ber ka m p
This collection of essays covers
the representation and practice of
drinking a variety of beverages across
eighteenth- and nineteenth-century
Britain and North America.
Con t r ibu t or s
Brian Cowan, Monika Elbert, Karen
Harvey, Gunther Hirschfelder, Norbert
Lennartz, Rolf Lessenich, Anja Müller-
Wood, Fritz-Wilhelm Neumann, J onathan
Reinarz, Caroline Rosenthal, Elmar
Schenkel, J ohn Carter Wood, Rebecca
Wynter and Eva-Sabine Zehelein
Perspectives in Economic and Social History
c.256pp: 234x156: J anuary 2014
HB 978 1 84893 436 8: £60/ $99
e 978 1 78144 060 5
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Br ewin g Scien ce, Tech n ology
a n d Pr in t , 170 0 – 18 8 0
J a m es Su m n er
How did the brewing of beer become
a scientifc process? Sumner explores
this question by charting the theory
and practice of the trade in Britain
and Ireland during the eighteenth
and nineteenth centuries. From an
oral culture derived from home-based
skills, brewing industrialized rapidly
and developed an extensive trade
literature, based increasingly on the
authority of chemical experiment.
Science and Culture in the Nineteenth Century
c.256pp: 234x156: August 2013
HB 978 1 84893 423 8: £60/ $99
e 978 1 78144 048 3
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An gels a n d Belief in En gla n d ,
148 0 – 170 0
La u r a Sa n gh a
Sangha looks at how the Church
utilized belief in angels to enforce
new and evolving doctrine. Being
theologically adaptable, angels were
used by clergymen of all denominations
to support their particular dogma.
Issues of wider cultural and political
signifcance are also examined.
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World: 7
288pp: 234x156: 2012
HB 978 1 84893 145 9: £60/ $99
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Vis ion s of a n Un s een Wor ld :
Gh os t Beli ef s a n d Gh os t S t or i es i n
Ei gh t een t h Cen t u r y En gla n d
Sa s h a Ha n d ley
Handley relates the telling of ghost
stories to changes associated with the
Enlightenment.
‘Handley’s excellent study of the
meaning, recording and use of ghost
stories in the ‘long eighteenth century’
is a refreshing and much needed study.’
J ou r n a l of Eccles ia s t ica l His t or y
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World: 2
304pp: 216x138: 2007
HB 978 1 85196 888 6: £60/ $99
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J ews a n d t h e Ren a is s a n ce
of Syn a gogu e Ar ch it ect u r e,
1450 – 1750
Ba r r y St iefel
With the socio-political changes
that occurred during the course of
the early modern period, synagogue
architecture experienced a renaissance
of design – a phenomenon refected
in the wider tolerance of J ews
themselves. Stiefel examines the
relationships between J ews and
gentiles, and between separate
J ewish groups, as well as looking
at the growth of urbanization and
globalization. In doing so he presents
a study of the material culture and
religious architecture that this era
produced.
Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2014
HB 978 1 84893 363 7: £60/ $99
e 978 1 78144 010 0
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Th e J a cobit e Ca m p a ign s :
Th e Br i t i s h S t a t e a t W a r
J on a t h a n D Oa t es
The military aspects of the J acobite
campaigns in eighteenth-century
Britain are considered in this study.
Taken from the viewpoint of those
loyal to the Hanoverian Crown, the
three mainland campaigns of 1715–6,
1719 and 1745–6 are examined, using
research based on primary sources:
memoirs, diaries, letters, newspapers
and state papers.
Warfare, Society and Culture: 3
256pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 093 3: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 094 0
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Ger m a n Sold ier s in Colon ia l
I n d ia
Ch en Tzor ef-As h ken a zi
Tzoref-Ashkenazi presents a detailed
study of two German regiments which
served in India under the British
between 1782 and 1791. He explores
the transnational character of colonial
institutions such as the East India
Company, as well as the cultural
exchanges between Hanoverian
Britain and Germany, before fnally
setting his fndings within the wider
context of German Enlightenment
thought.
Warfare, Society and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: J une 2014
HB 978 1 84893 367 5: £60/ $99
e 978 1 78144 012 4
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Br ea s t Ca n cer in t h e
Eigh t een t h Cen t u r y
Ma r jo Ka a r t in en
Early modern physicians and surgeons
tried desperately to understand
breast cancer, testing new medicines
and radically improving operating
techniques. In this study, the frst
of its kind, Kaartinen explores the
emotional responses of patients and
their families to the disease in the long
eighteenth century.
Studies for the International Society for Cultural
History
c.256pp: 234x156: May 2013
HB 978 1 84893 364 4: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 365 1
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Ner vou s Dis ea s e in La t e
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y Br it a in :
Th e R ea li t y of a Fa s h i on a ble Di s or d er
Hea t h er R Bea t t y
Based on extensive use of eighteenth-
century newspapers, hospital registers
and case notes, Beatty examines the
experience of suffering from nervous
disease – a supposedly upper-class
malady. She concludes that, far
from the stereotyped portrayal of
nervous patients in contemporary
fction, ‘nervousness’ was a legitimate
medical diagnosis with a frm basis in
eighteenth-century medical theory.
Studies for the Society for the Social History of
Medicine: 6
256pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 308 8: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 309 5
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I n t er p r et in g Sexu a l Violen ce,
1660 – 18 0 0
Editor: Anne Greenfeld
The essays in this collection explore
sexual violence and people’s reaction
to it over the course of the long
eighteenth century. Depictions of
rape appeared regularly in novels,
plays, poems and the visual arts at
this time, and were used in a variety
of – sometimes contradictory –
ways. Contributors examine the
underlying ideologies that spawned
these representations, confronting the
social, political, legal and aesthetic
conditions of the day.
Con t r ibu t or s
J ennifer L Airey, Katie Barclay, Mary Block,
Ann Marie Byrd, Melanie Cooper-Dobbin,
Aparna Gollapudi, Misty Krueger, Dawn
Nawrot, Lena Olsson, Loring Pfeiffer,
Robin Runia and Nichol Weizenbeck
The Body, Gender and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: September 2013
HB 978 1 84893 439 9: £60/ $99
e 978 1 78144 063 6
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An a t om y a n d t h e
Or ga n iza t ion of Kn owled ge,
150 0 – 18 50
Editors: Ma t t h ew La n d er s and
Br ia n Mu ñ oz
Across early modern Europe,
the growing scientifc practice
of dissection prompted new and
insightful ideas about the human body.
This collection of essays explores the
impact of anatomical knowledge on
wider issues of learning and culture.
Con t r ibu t or s
Kevin L Cope, Nick Davis, Touba Ghadessi,
J érôme Goffette, Craig Ashley Hanson,
Hisao Ishizuka, Filippo Pierpaolo Marino,
Sarah Parker, J onathan Simon, Mauro
Spicci, Ionut Untea, Amy Witherbee and
Charles T Wolfe
The Body, Gender and Culture: 9
272pp: 234x156: 2012
HB 978 1 84893 321 7: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 322 4
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Th e Abor igin a l Ma le in t h e
En ligh t en m en t Wor ld
Sh in o Kon is h i
This is the frst historical study of
indigenous Australian masculinity.
Using the reactions of eighteenth-
century western explorers to
Aboriginal men, Konishi argues that
these encounters were not as negative
as has been thought. Ideas about
human difference, nature, ‘savagery’,
sexuality, language and confict are
analysed and assessed.
The Body, Gender and Culture: 8
256pp: 234x156: 2012
HB 978 1 84893 216 6: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 217 3
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Pr os t it u t ion a n d Eigh t een t h -
Cen t u r y Cu lt u r e: S ex , Com m er ce
a n d Mor a li t y
Editors: An n Lewis and
Ma r km a n Ellis
This collection of essays focuses on the
variety of ways in which those involved
in the sex trade – from courtesans
and kept women to actresses and
streetwalkers – were represented in
eighteenth-century literature and
popular culture.
Con t r ibu t or s
J ennie Batchelor, J ohanne Bergkvist,
Olivier Delers, Charlotte Grant, Edward
Langille, Katherine MacDonald, Kathryn
Norberg, Lena Olsson, Mary Peace,
Randolph Trumbach, Claudine van
Hensbergen and Thomas Wynn
The Body, Gender and Culture: 7
264pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 134 3: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 135 0
www.pickeringchatto.com/morality
St a ys a n d Bod y I m a ge in
Lon d on : Th e S t a y m a k i n g Tr a d e,
168 0 – 18 10
Lyn n Sor ge-En glis h
Stays were the most important article
of women’s clothing in eighteenth-
century life. Worn from infancy, stays
were designed to reshape the female
body into an accepted aesthetic ideal.
This study tells the story of stays, their
makers and their wearers.
The Body, Gender and Culture: 6
304pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 089 6: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 090 2
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Th e Life of Ma d a m e Necker :
S i n , R ed em p t i on a n d t h e Pa r i s i a n S a lon
Son ja Boon
Boon breaks new ground by examining
the profoundly corporeal nature
of Madame Necker’s life – her
debilitating, decades-long psychic
and somatic suffering and subsequent
curious death. This archive-based
work is informed by theoretical
engagement with feminist theories
of the body, performance studies and
theories of autobiography.
The Body, Gender and Culture: 5
192pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 056 8: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 057 5
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Sex, I d en t it y a n d
Her m a p h r od it es in I ber ia ,
150 0 – 18 0 0
Rich a r d Clem in s on and
Fr a n cis co Vá zqu ez Ga r cía
Early modern European thought
held that men and women were
essentially the same, with social forces
creating their differences. During the
seventeenth century, medical and legal
arguments began to turn against this
‘one sex’ model, with hermaphroditism
seen as a medieval superstition. This
book traces this change in Iberia in
comparison to the earlier shift in
thought in northern Europe, and with
concurrent ideas in Latin America.
The Body, Gender and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: November 2013
HB 978 1 84893 302 6: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 303 3
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Age a n d I d en t it y in
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y En gla n d
Helen Ya llop
Yallop looks at how people in
eighteenth-century England
understood the process of growing
older. She reconstructs a set of ideas
about age, bodies, identity and change.
Advances in science and medicine
at this time meant that scholars and
doctors could investigate why the body
got older, how aging was experienced
and what the aging body signifed in
society.
‘An important new study that
signifcantly advances our
understanding of the history of aging’
Su s a n n a h Ot t a wa y, Ca r let on
College
The Body, Gender and Culture
c.256pp: 234x156: March 2013
HB 978 1 84893 401 6: £60/ $99
e 978 1 78144 033 9
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Eliza bet h I n ch ba ld ’s
Rep u t a t ion : A Pu bli s h i n g a n d
R ecep t i on Hi s t or y
Ben P Rober t s on
As an author who lived during a
historical period in which women
writers were considered, at best,
frivolous or, at worst, immoral,
Inchbald worked carefully to mould
her own reputation in conservative,
dignifed terms. Through an
examination of Inchbald’s complete
works and public response to them,
Robertson gauges the extent of her
reputation as ‘the dignifed Mrs
Inchbald’, as well as providing a clear
sense of what it meant to be a female
Romantic writer.
The History of the Book: 12
288pp: 234x156: J anuary 2013
HB 978 1 85196 159 7: £60/ $99
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J a n e Au s t en ’s Civilized
Wom en : Mor a li t y , Gen d er a n d
t h e Ci v i li z i n g Pr oces s
Enit Karafli Steiner
J ane Austen’s complete novels and her
juvenilia are examined in the context
of civil society and gender. Steiner’s
study uses a variety of contexts to
appraise Austen’s work: Austen is
presented as a writer who not only
participated in late eighteenth-century
debates, but who is able to address
twenty-frst-century concerns of a
theoretical and practical nature.
Gender and Genre: 9
240pp: 234x156: 2012
HB 978 1 84893 177 0: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 178 7
www.pickeringchatto.com/austenswomen
Dyin g t o be En glis h : S u i ci d e
Na r r a t i v es a n d Na t i on a l I d en t i t y ,
1721– 18 14
Kelly McGu ir e
McGuire examines the presentation
of suicide within the genre of the
eighteenth-century novel as both a
feminine action and a declaration of
national identity. She argues that the
cultural medium of the novel affords
a space to examine representations of
suicide, as female characters do not
merely take their lives in these works;
they sacrifce themselves to another or
to a larger cause.
Gender and Genre: 8
304pp: 234x156: 2012
HB 978 1 84893 110 7: £60/ $99
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Ch a r les La m b, Elia a n d t h e
Lon d on Ma ga zin e:
Met r op oli t a n Mu s e
Sim on P Hu ll
The inherent ‘metropolitanism’ of
writing for a Romantic-era periodical
is here explored through the Elia
articles that Charles Lamb wrote for
the London Magazine.
‘an extraordinary study that covers an
impressive body of often overlooked
literature with subtlety, skill and
aplomb’ Th e Ch a r les La m b Bu llet in
The History of the Book: 5
240pp: 234x156: 2010
HB 978 1 85196 661 5: £60/ $99
e 978 1 85196 667 7
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Th e Celebr a t ed Ha n n a h
Cowley: Ex p er i m en t s i n Dr a m a t i c
Gen r e, 1776– 1794
An gela Es cot t
Hannah Cowley (1743–1809) was a
successful dramatist, and something of
an eighteenth-century celebrity. This is
the frst substantial monograph study
to examine Cowley’s life and work. It
examines her comedy – the genre in
which she made her name – and traces
the path of her experimentation with
tragedy and alternative ‘illegitimate’
forms.
Gender and Genre: 7
320pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 080 3: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 081 0
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An n Yea r s ley a n d Ha n n a h
Mor e, Pa t r on a ge a n d Poet r y:
Th e S t or y of a Li t er a r y R ela t i on s h i p
Ker r i An d r ews
Andrews offers a timely and necessary
reassessment of the careers of Ann
Yearsley and Hannah More. Making
use of newly-discovered letters and
poems, she provides a full analysis
of the breakdown of the two writers’
affliation and compares it to other
labouring-class relationships based on
patronage.
Gender and Genre
c.256pp: 234x156: September 2013
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e 978 1 84893 152 7
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Th e Got h ic Novel a n d t h e
St a ge: R om a n t i c Ap p r op r i a t i on s
Fr a n ces ca Sa ggin i
In this ground-breaking study Saggini
explores the relationship between
the late eighteenth-century novel and
the theatre, arguing that the implicit
theatricality of the Gothic novel made
it an obvious source from which
dramatists could take ideas. Similarly,
she suggests that elements of the
theatre – costume, lighting, music and
special effects – provided inspiration
to novelists.
Literary Texts and the Popular Marketplace
c.256pp: 234x156: September 2014
HB 978 1 84893 414 6: £60/ $99
e 978 1 78144 041 4
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Th om a s Du n cker ley a n d
En glis h Fr eem a s on r y
Su s a n Mit ch ell Som m er s
Thomas Dunckerley is a late
eighteenth-century icon of British
Freemasonry; his story is a fascinating
morality tale. Climbing to the highest
echelons of the order, and long-
accepted as something of a hero, the
reality of Dunckerley’s life is very
different from the version recorded by
his nineteenth-century biographers.
‘Sommers has revealed a stunning
story of self-deception and re-invention
... A must-read for modern historians
and their students.’ J a m es Allen ,
Sou t h er n I llin ois Un iver s it y
‘an entertaining and insightful entrance
into the demimonde of royal patronage,
institutional instability, and status
anxiety which surrounded eighteenth-
century English Freemasonry.’ Willia m
D Moor e, Bos t on Un iver s it y
240pp: 234x156: 2012
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Ch u r ch -St a t e Rela t ion s in
t h e Ea r ly Am er ica n Rep u blic,
178 7– 18 46
J a m es S Ka ba la
Americans of the Early Republic
devoted close attention to the
question of what should be the proper
relationship between church and state.
This issue engaged participants from
all religions, denominations and party
affliations. Kabala examines this
debate across six decades and shows
that an understanding of this period
is not possible without appreciating
the key role religion played in the
formation of the nation.
‘[a] superb account of church-state
relations ... the fullest and clearest
summary that we have of the bitter
struggles during the six decades
following 1780 that led to the Protestant
non-sectarian consensus of the 1840s.’
Gor d on Wood , Br own Un iver s it y
288pp: 234x156: J anuary 2013
HB 978 1 84893 314 9: £60/ $99
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Sla ver y, Mem or y a n d
I d en t it y: Na t i on a l R ep r es en t a t i on s
a n d Globa l Lega ci es
Editors: Dou gla s Ha m ilt on ,
Ka t e Hod gs on and J oel Qu ir k
This is the frst book to explore
national representations of slavery
in an international comparative
perspective. Contributions span a wide
geographical range, covering Europe,
North America, West and South Africa,
the Indian Ocean and Asia.
Con t r ibu t or s
Ana Lucia Araújo, Marta Araújo, J im
Downs, Anne Eichmann, Sara Elmer,
Charles Forsdick, Eric Hahonou, Natalie
J oy, Silvia Rodríguez Maeso, Lotte
Pelckmans, Nikki Spalding and Christine
Whyte
240pp: 234x156: 2012
HB 978 1 84893 225 8: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 226 5
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Hobbes , t h e Scr ibler ia n s a n d
t h e His t or y of Ph ilos op h y
Con a l Con d r en
Satire was core to the work of Thomas
Hobbes although his critics also
used it as a weapon to ridicule him.
Condren uses Hobbes as an example
to demonstrate that an examination of
the persona is needed to understand a
writer’s philosophy. He demonstrates
that satire and philosophy were closely
linked, offering a new perspective on
the nature of philosophy during this
period.
‘This book represents an intriguing
attempt to reconceptualise the history of
philosophy by linking it with the history
of satire ... it presents a telling challenge
to disciplinary boundaries.’ Mich a el
Hu n t er , Bir kbeck, Un iver s it y of
Lon d on
240pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 223 4: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 224 1
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Hu m e a n d t h e En ligh t en m en t
Editors: Cr a ig Ta ylor and
St ep h en Bu ckle
This volume of essays aims to
examine and clarify Hume’s infuence
on the thought and values of the
Enlightenment.
Con t r ibu t or s
Mark Collier, George Couvalis, Karen
Green, Ian Hunt, Dale J acquette, Robert
Phiddian, Anna Stoklosa, Stanley Tweyman
and Anik Waldow
256pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 084 1: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 085 8
www.pickeringchatto.com/hume
Th eor y a n d Pr a ct ice in t h e
Eigh t een t h Cen t u r y: W r i t i n g
Bet w een Ph i los op h y a n d Li t er a t u r e
Editors: Alexa n d er Dick and
Ch r is t in a Lu p t on
‘timely and much needed’ Th e
Scr ibler ia n
Con t r ibu t or s
Mark Blackwell, Adam Budd, J oseph
Chaves, Eva Dadlez, Alexander Dick,
Maureen Harkin, Nicholas Hudson,
J onathan Kramnick, Brian Michael Norton,
Adam Potkay, J ohn Richetti, J onathan
Sadow and Nancy Yousef
336pp: 234x156: 2008
HB 978 1 85196 938 8: £60/ $99
e 978 1 85196 573 1
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Th e His t or iogr a p h y of t h e
Ch em ica l Revolu t ion : Pa t t er n s of
I n t er p r et a t i on i n t h e Hi s t or y of S ci en ce
J oh n G McEvoy
Until recently, the Chemical
Revolution was the Cinderella of
scientifc revolutions. McEvoy offers
a critical survey of past and present
interpretations designed to lend clarity
and direction to the current ferment
of views.
‘[a] formidable work of scholarship ...
Highly Recommended.’ CHOI CE
‘a work of high scholarly order ... should
appeal to anyone interested in the
history of chemistry or Enlightenment
science.’ Br it is h J ou r n a l for t h e
His t or y of Scien ce
352pp: 234x156: 2010
HB 978 1 84893 030 8: £60/ $99
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Gilber t I m la y: Ci t i z en of t h e W or ld
Wil Ver h oeven
The frst book-length biography of
the American Gilbert Imlay (c.1754–
c.1828), revolutionary war veteran,
land-jobber, travel-writer, novelist,
entrepreneur, agent provocateur
– and infamous lover of Mary
Wollstonecraft.
‘This deeply researched, richly
contextual study is essential reading
not just for scholars of the Godwin-
Wollstonecraft circle, but for all
those interested in the revolutionary
upheavals of the late eighteenth century.’
Kea t s -Sh elley J ou r n a l
320pp: 234x156: 2008
HB 978 1 85196 859 6: £60/ $99
e 978 1 85196 579 3
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Mer ch a n t s a n d t h e Milit a r y in
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y Br it a in :
Br i t i s h Ar m y Con t r a ct s a n d Dom es t i c
S u p p ly , 1739– 1763
Gor d on Ba n n er m a n
Investigates the contract sector of
the British Army during the long
eighteenth century, arguing that this
group of fnanciers, private merchants,
businessmen and farmers represented
a vital interest group which was at the
nexus of the fscal-military structure.
‘a valuable and original addition to the
literature’ Econ om ic His t or y Review
256pp: 234x156: 2007
HB 978 1 85196 937 1: £60/ $99
e 978 1 85196 559 5
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J os ep h Ba n ks a n d t h e Br it is h
Mu s eu m : Th e W or ld of Collect i n g
1770 – 18 30
Neil Ch a m ber s
Concentrating on explorer and
naturalist J oseph Banks, Chambers
examines the ways different
eighteenth-century collections
(including Banks’s own) were
managed, and how the British
Museum and collecting more generally
grew and changed in this important
period of travel, exploration and
empire.
‘scrupulously researched and referenced’
Ar ch ives of Na t u r a l His t or y
210pp: 234x156: 2007
HB 978 1 85196 858 9: £60/ $99
e 978 1 85196 535 9
www.pickeringchatto.com/britishmuseum
Th e Polit ica l Econ om y of
Sen t im en t : Pa p er Cr ed i t a n d t h e
S cot t i s h En li gh t en m en t i n Ea r ly
R ep u bli c Bos t on , 178 0 – 18 20
J os e R Tor r e
Situates changes in the nature of
money and the rise of sophisticated
fnancial structures at the centre of the
Enlightenment. This work argues that
paper credit instruments were causal
– critical to the larger epistemological
and psychological changes
associated with the Enlightenment’s
reconstruction of value.
‘A bold, stimulating and valuable book’
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y Scot la n d
Financial History: 2
262pp: 216x138: 2006
HB 978 1 85196 885 5: £60/ $99
e 978 1 85196 533 5
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Debt a n d Sla ver y in t h e
Med it er r a n ea n a n d At la n t ic
Wor ld s
Editors: Gwyn Ca m p bell and
Ales s a n d r o St a n zia n i
Slavery casts a long shadow over
human history. Though, historically,
the chief mechanism of slavery was
seen as violent abduction, this view
is being adjusted to recognise the
importance of fnancial indebtedness
in creating and sustaining human
bondage. Filling a signifcant gap in
the historiography, the essays in this
volume show that debt slavery has
played a crucial role in the economic
history of numerous societies which
continues even today.
Con t r ibu t or s
Henrique Espada Lima, Mike Ferguson,
Marc Kleijwegt, Paul E Lovejoy, Russell R
Menard, J oseph C Miller, Olantunji Ojo
and Steven Serels
Financial History
c.256pp: 234x156: J uly 2013
HB 978 1 84893 374 3: £60/ $99
e 978 1 78144 016 2
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Caroline of Lichtfeld:
by I s a belle d e Mon t oli eu
Editor: La u r a Kir kley
Thomas Holcroft’s 1786 translation
of Isabelle de Montolieu’s novel is a
textual encounter between a rather
conventional Swiss woman and a
British radical. A prolifc and respected
translator herself, Montolieu brought
Austen’s Sense and Sensibility and
Persuasion to a French speaking
audience. J ust as Montolieu did in her
own translations, Holcroft reworked
parts of the novel to make it more
appealing to an English audience.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels
c.350pp: 234x156: May 2014
HB 978 1 84893 392 7: £60/ $99
e 978 1 78144 027 8
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Self Con t r ol: by Ma r y Br u n t on
Editor: An t h on y Ma n d a l
Self Control (1811) was a literary
sensation, it went into four editions
in its frst year of publication. The
second edition contained numerous
alterations suggested by J oanna
Baillie, to whom the book was
dedicated. J ane Austen was a fan,
reading it at least twice and worrying
that the work might foreshadow
her own creations. As well as being
entertaining, Self Control offers
its readers a thought-provoking
exploration of early nineteenth-
century attitudes towards gender and
religion.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels
c.450pp: 234x156: December 2013
HB 978 1 84893 402 3: £60/ $99
e 978 1 78144 034 6
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Th e Ra s h Res olve a n d Life’s
Pr ogr es s : by Eli z a Ha y w ood
Editor: Ca r ol St ewa r t
Haywood was one of the most popular
and versatile writers of the eighteenth
century. The two novellas in this
edition show her developing her ideas
on the subject of passion and romance.
Though superfcially presented as
cautionary tales, Haywood introduces
a feminist slant; gender roles are
reconstructed, female sexuality is
sympathetically depicted and marriage
and domesticity are resisted.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels: 16
240pp: 234x156: J anuary 2013
HB 978 1 84893 336 1: £45/ $75
e 978 1 84893 337 8
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Th e Cit izen : by An n Gom er s a ll
Editor: Ma r ga r et S Yoon
Ann Gomersall’s The Citizen (1790)
is an epistolary novel involving a
complex network of characters, all
of whom serve as foils to Mr Bertills
– the ‘citizen’ of the title. Gomersall
(1750–1835) began writing to raise
funds for her merchant husband to
re-enter business after he lost his
money. Publishing under her own
name, she was one of a small number
of professional women writers of the
Romantic period. This is the frst
modern critical edition of The Citizen.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels: 15
208pp: 234x156: 2012
HB 978 1 84893 109 1: £45/ $75
e 978 1 84893 257 9
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Th e His t or y of La d y J u lia
Ma n d eville: by Fr a n ces Br ook e
Editor: Enit Karafli Steiner
Engaging with several political and
aesthetic issues of the day, Julia
Mandeville considers forms of
education, prescriptive gender roles
and the institution of marriage.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels: 14
224pp: 234x156: 2012
HB 978 1 84893 138 1: £45/ $75
e 978 1 84893 256 2
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Tr a n s la t ion s a n d
Con t in u a t ion s : R i ccobon i a n d
Brooke, Graffgny and Roberts
Editor: Ma r ijn S Ka p la n
This edition connects four female
writers from two different countries,
presenting the English translations of
two of the most popular eighteenth-
century French novels and a sequel to
one of them.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels: 12
256pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 026 1: £45/ $75
e 978 1 84893 254 8
www.pickeringchatto.com/translations
Th e His t or y of Ned Eva n s :
by Eli z a bet h Her v ey
Editor: Helen a Kelly
This 1796 novel is an important
example of early political writing
by a woman. Although ostensibly a
romance, the novel was one of the
frst to engage directly with the radical
politics of Ireland in the 1790s.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels: 8
384pp: 234x156: 2009
HB 978 1 85196 637 0: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 249 4
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J u lia : by Helen Ma r i a W i lli a m s
Editor: Na t a s h a Du qu et t e
Written at the beginning of the
French Revolution, the narrative is
interspersed with poems on a variety
of topics ranging including the terrors
of imprisonment in the Bastille.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels: 7
224pp: 234x156: 2009
HB 978 1 85196 662 2: £45/ $75
e 978 1 84893 244 9
www.pickeringchatto.com/julia
Th e Vict im of Fa n cy: by Eli z a bet h
S op h i a Tom li n s
Editor: Da n iel Cook
Cook’s edition of this novel allows
new insights into the form of the
sentimental novel as it actually existed
in the 1780s, and not as it is often
perceived.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels: 6
160pp: 234x156: 2009
HB 978 1 85196 259 4: £45/ $75
e 978 1 84893 253 1
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Ch a w t on Hou s e
Li br a r y
Series Editors: St ep h en Ben d in g,
St ep h en Bygr a ve and J en n ie
Ba t ch elor
Chawton House Library is an
independent research library and
study centre which focuses on
women’s writing in English from
1600 to 1830.
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St r a t h a lla n : by Ali ci a LeFa n u
Editor: An n a M Fit zer
Strathallan is at once a conventional
and subversive romance. LeFanu
is informed by the work of earlier
eighteenth-century society satirists,
such as Brooke and Burney, yet her
interests coincide with those of her
more immediate contemporaries,
Scott and Austen. The novel addresses
central themes of adultery, obsession
and inheritance.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels: 5
560pp: 234x156: 2008
HB 978 1 85196 960 9: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 246 3
www.pickeringchatto.com/strathallan
Ad ela id e a n d Th eod or e:
by S t ep h a n i e-Feli ci t e De Gen li s
Editor: Gillia n Dow
Published in 1783, this translation
was hugely popular in late eighteenth-
century Britain. It was read by
authors such as Mary Wollstonecraft
and Maria Edgeworth, and is even
mentioned at the end of J ane Austen’s
Emma. It can be placed within the
context of the late eighteenth-century
debate on female education.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels: 2
560pp: 234x156: 2007
HB 978 1 85196 872 5: £60/ $99
e 978 1 84893 243 2
www.pickeringchatto.com/adelaide
Th e His t or ies of Som e of t h e
Pen it en t s in t h e Ma gd a len
Hou s e
Editors: J en n ie Ba t ch elor and
Mega n Hia t t
First published in 1759, this novel aims
to promote the cause of the Magdalen
House, a charity which sought to
rehabilitate prostitutes by ftting
them for a life of virtuous industry. It
challenges long-standing prejudices
against prostitutes by presenting them
as victims of inadequate education,
male libertinism and sexual double
standards.
Chawton House Library: Women’s Novels: 1
208pp: 234x156: 2006
HB 978 1 85196 860 2: £45/ $75
e 978 1 84893 248 7
www.pickeringchatto.com/magdalenhouse
Mem oir s of Wom en Wr it er s
Editors: An n a M Fit zer and
Gin a Lu r ia Wa lker
Con t a in s : Part I: Alicia LeFanu, Memoirs
of the Life and Writings of Mrs Frances
Sheridan (1824); William Roberts,
Memoirs of the Life of Mrs Hannah More
(1839); [Anon], Some Account of the Life
and Writings of Mrs Trimmer (1814);
Part II: Mary Hays, Female Biography;
or Memoirs of Illustrious and Celebrated
Women, of All Ages and Countries (1803);
Part III: Mary Hays, Female Biography;
or Memoirs of Illustrious and Celebrated
Women, of All Ages and Countries (1803)
Chawton House Library: Women’s Memoirs
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1808pp: 234x156: 2011
978 1 84893 051 3: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 3 Volume Set
1472pp: 234x156: 2012
978 1 84893 052 0: £275/ $495
Pa r t I I I : 3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: December 2013
978 1 84893 053 7: £275/ $495
www.pickeringchatto.com/womenwriters
Mem oir s of Sca n d a lou s
Wom en
Editor: Dia n n e Du ga w
Con t a in s : Teresia Constantia Phillips, An
Apology For The Conduct of Mrs Teresia
Constantia Phillips (1748); Elizabeth
Gooch, The Life of Mrs Gooch (1792);
Christian Davies, The Life and Adventures
of Mrs Christian Davies (1740); Hannah
Snell, The Female Soldier (1750); Françoise
de Houssay, A Narrative of the Sufferings
of Louise Françoise de Houssay, de Bannes
(1796); Mary Ann Talbot, The Life and
Surprising Adventures of Mary Ann Talbot
(1809)
Chawton House Library: Women’s Memoirs
5 Volume Set
2272pp: 234x156: 2011
978 1 85196 876 3: £425/ $750
www.pickeringchatto.com/scandal
Wom en ’s Th ea t r ica l Mem oir s
Editors: Su e Mcp h er s on , Sh a r on
M Set zer and J u lia Swin d ells
Con t a in s : Part I: Mary Robinson,
Memoirs of the Late Mrs Robinson (1801);
J ames Boaden, The Life of Mrs Jordan
(1831); Thomas Campbell, Life of Mrs
Siddons (1834); Part II: Elizabeth Steele,
The Memoirs of Mrs Sophia Baddeley
(1787); Leah Sumbel, Memoirs of the Life
of Mrs Sumbel (1811); [A Gentleman],
Memoirs of George Anne Bellamy (1785);
The Life and Memoirs of the late Miss Ann
Catley by Miss Ambross (c.1789); Elizabeth
Billington, Memoirs of Mrs Billington
(1792)
‘intrigues not only due to the fascinating
women featured in each of the original
documents but also in the range of
perspectives provided that will no doubt
provide fuel for many lively debates.’
Res t or a t ion a n d Eigh t een t h -
Cen t u r y Th ea t r e Res ea r ch
Chawton House Library: Women’s Memoirs
Pa r t I : 5 Volume Set
2000pp: 234x156: 2007
978 1 85196 861 9: £425/ $750
Pa r t I I : 5 Volume Set
2000pp: 234x156: 2008
978 1 85196 875 6: £425/ $750
www.pickeringchatto.com/theatrical
www.pickeringchatto.com/chawton10
Ch a wt on Hou s e
Libr a r y: Wom en ’s
Novels 1– 10
Series Editors: St ep h en Ben d in g
and St ep h en Bygr a ve
Con t a in s : The Histories of Some
of the Penitents in the Magdalen
House; Adelaide and Theodore: by
Stéphanie-Félicité de Genlis; The
Corinna of England, and a Heroine
in the Shade; a Modern Romance:
by E M Foster; The Romance of
Private Life: by Sarah Harriet
Burney; Strathallan: by Alicia
LeFanu; The Victim of Fancy: by
Elizabeth Sophia Tomlins; Julia:
by Helen Maria Williams; The
History of Ned Evans: by Elizabeth
Hervey; Romance Readers and
Romance Writers: by Sarah
Green; The Soldier’s Orphan: A
Tale: by Mrs Costello
10 Volume Set
3291pp: 234x156: 2011
978 1 84893 278 4: £395/ $675
Sa ve £ 115/ $171 on t h e
in d ivid u a l volu m e p r ices
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Wom en ’s Tr a vel Wr it in gs in
I t a ly
Volume Editors: Don a t ella Ba d in ,
J u lia Ba n is t er , Ca t h er in e Dille,
Bet t y Ha gglu n d and An n ie
Rich a r d s on
Con t a in s : Part I: Hester Piozzi, A Journey
through France, Italy and Germany
(1789); Anna Riggs, Lady Miller, Letters
from Italy (1777); Part II: Maria Graham,
Three Months Passed in the Mountains
East of Rome (1820); Lady Morgan, Italy
(1821) and Harriet Morton, Protestant
Vigils, or Evening Records of a Journey in
Italy (1829)
Chawton House Library: Women’s Travel
Writings
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1920pp: 234x156: 2009
978 1 85196 986 9: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 5 Volume Set
2256pp: 234x156: 2010
978 1 85196 987 6: £425/ $750
www.pickeringchatto.com/italy
Wom en ’s Tr a vel Wr it in gs in
Revolu t ion a r y Fr a n ce
Editors: St ep h en Ben d in g and
St ep h en Bygr a ve
Con t a in s : Part I: Helen Maria Williams,
Letters Containing a Sketch of the Scenes
which Passed in Various Departments of
France during the Tyranny of Robespierre
(1796); Helen Maria Williams, A Tour in
Switzerland (1798) and Charlotte West, A
Ten Years’ Residence in France, During
the Severest Part of the Revolution … 1787
to 1797 (1821); Part II: A Sketch of Modern
France (1798), ‘By a Lady’ and Anne
Plumptre, A Narrative of a Three Years’
Residence in France, 1802–5 (1810)
‘deserves a place on library and
specialists’ shelves.’ Eu r op ea n His t or y
Qu a r t er ly
Chawton House Library: Women’s Travel
Writings
Pa r t I : 3 Volume Set
1008pp: 234x156: 2007
978 1 85196 862 6: £275/ $495
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
2064pp: 234x156: 2008
978 1 85196 866 4: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/revolutionaryfrance
Br it is h Fr eem a s on r y,
1717– 18 13
General Editor: Róber t Pét er
Freemasonry was a major
component of British cultural,
social and intellectual life during
the Enlightenment era. It was also a
successful British export, becoming
popular around the globe and evolving
into one of the social forces that bound
the countries of the Empire together.
In contrast to the secrecy that
surrounds the movement today, the
eighteenth-century press was able to
report on the feasts, processions and
concerts that were held and to even list
some of the members by name.
This primary resource collection
covers Institutions, Rituals
(two volumes), Debates and
Representations. Documents include
minutes of meetings, rituals (some
written in code), funeral services,
sermons, membership lists, letters,
pamphlets, theatrical prologues
and epilogues, and articles from
newspapers and periodicals. Material
is rare and much of it comes from
unpublished manuscript sources held
in Masonic archives.
5 Volume Set
c.2000pp: 234x156: December 2014
978 1 84893 377 4: £450/ $795
www.pickeringchatto.com/britishfreemasonry
Tr a vel a n d Tou r is m in
Br it a in , 170 0 – 1914
Editors: Su s a n Ba r t on and
Alla n Br od ie
The British led the way in
holidaymaking and a whole new
literature emerged to cater to the
needs of tourists. Travel during the
eighteenth century was only available
to the wealthiest people, so guides
were produced for their beneft alone.
With the advent of steam, cheap travel
became possible, extending the circle
of those able to travel and leading to
some of the earliest specialist guide
books.
This collection brings together texts
on the various forms of transport
used by tourists, the destinations they
visited, the role of entertainments and
accommodation and how these things
affected the way that tourism evolved
over two centuries. Documents include
book excerpts, journal articles, railway
guides, parliamentary acts, letters,
guide books, handbills, pamphlets and
diaries.
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: August 2014
978 1 84893 412 2: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/tourism
J ews in t h e Am er ica s ,
1621– 18 26
Editors: Mich a el Hober m a n and
La u r a Leibm a n
This comprehensive collection offers
an illuminating history of one of
the New World’s few non-Christian
communities of European origin.
Issues such as race, intermarriage
and slavery are included and put
in context. Wider issues of society,
culture and economy are also
considered, with the careers of several
important J ewish merchants providing
an insight into the economic history of
the colonial and early republican eras.
The sources in this collection come
from the United States, Europe,
Latin America and the Caribbean.
They include texts translated from
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch and
Hebrew, making them accessible
to most scholars for the frst time.
Many of these documents come from
manuscript sources.
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: December 2013
978 1 84893 242 5: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/jews
www.pickeringchatto.com
Ma j or W or k s
Pickering & Chatto’s Major Works
are made up of primary resource
documents or critical editions of rare
or unpublished material.
Scholarly apparatus usually includes
an extensive introduction, volume
introductions, headnotes, endnotes
and an index.
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I r ela n d in t h e Age of
Revolu t ion , 1760 – 18 0 5
Editor: Ha r r y T Dickin s on
The latter half of the eighteenth-
century saw Irish opposition
movements being greatly infuenced by
the American and French revolutions.
The political landscape of the country
underwent dramatic changes as
both Protestant and Catholic groups
expanded their ideologies in reaction
to this foreign radicalism.
This two-part edition illustrates the
depth and reach of this infuence by
collecting rare pamphlets dealing
with the major political issues of these
decades. Part I covers the impact of
the American Revolution on Irish
radicalism and the rise of the Irish
Volunteers. Part II presents materials
prompted by the French Revolution,
including the ideology of the Society of
United Irishmen.
Pa r t I : 3 Volume Set
1200pp: 234x156: J anuary 2013
978 1 84893 300 2: £275/ $495
Pa r t I I : 3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: J uly 2013
978 1 84893 301 9: £275/ $495
www.pickeringchatto.com/ireland
Lon d on Op er a Obs er ved ,
1711– 18 44
Editor: Mich a el Bu r d en
Handel’s Rinaldo, frst performed in
1711, helped to establish the popularity
of the all-sung, Italian opera amongst
London audiences. This did not
meet with universal approval; the
tradition of spoken drama, coupled
with a distrust of a ‘foreign’ form and
language made opera controversial,
not least in the newly-expanding press.
The rare material in this edition
examines opera not simply as a genre
of performance, but as a wider topic
of comment and debate. It includes
a wide range of documents such as
biographical material on performers,
commentary by London audiences,
proposals for aesthetic and managerial
reforms, controversial reviews by high-
profle critics and introductions to the
opera texts themselves.
5 Volume Set
c.2000pp: 234x156: April 2013
978 1 84893 165 7: £450/ $795
www.pickeringchatto.com/opera
En glis h Con ven t s in Exile,
160 0 – 18 0 0
General Editor: Ca r olin e Bowd en
Between 1600 and 1800 around four
thousand Catholic women left England
for a life of exile in the convents
of France, Flanders, Portugal and
America. The nuns’ writings from
this time form a unique resource,
documenting daily domestic and
devotional pursuits, as well as issues of
wider interest, such as record keeping,
fnance, national identity, transatlantic
connections and the nature of exile.
The majority of the documents in
this collection are extremely rare and
previously unpublished.
Pa r t I : 3 Volume Set
1408pp: 234x156: 2012
978 1 84893 214 2: £275/ $495
Pa r t I I : 3 Volume Set
c.1392pp: 234x156: J anuary 2013
978 1 84893 215 9: £275/ $495
www.pickeringchatto.com/convents
Am er ica n Excep t ion a lis m
Editors: Tim ot h y Rober t s and
Lin d s a y DiCu ir ci
American exceptionalism – the idea
that America is fundamentally distinct
from other nations – is a philosophy
that has dominated economics,
politics, religion and culture for two
centuries. This collection seeks to
understand how this belief began,
how it developed and why it remains
popular.
Volumes are organized thematically
and deal with land and economy,
the American Revolution, the
Protestant millennial redemption,
and criticisms of the exceptionalist
stance. Documents largely consist
of pamphlets, sermons, newspaper
and periodical articles. The wide
chronological spread covers the
colonial period to the late nineteenth
century.
4 Volume Set
1552pp: 234x156: 2012
978 1 84893 289 0: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/exceptionalism
Th e His t or y of Su icid e in
En gla n d , 1650 – 18 50
Editors: Ma r k Robs on , Pa u l S
Sea ver , Kelly McGu ir e, J effr ey
Mer r ick and Da r yl Lee
This two-part, reset edition draws
together a range of sources from
the early modern era through to the
industrial age, to show the changes
and continuities in responses to the
social, political, legal and spiritual
problems that self-murder posed, and
to illustrate the nature of the lively and
vibrant contemporary debates about
and depictions of suicide.
Part I uses ballads, satires and
accounts from newspapers to
document suicides from the early
modern period. The Earl of Essex’s
suicide in the Tower of London is
examined in-depth. Part II considers
changes and continuities in the press
accounts of the suicides of important
public fgures, such as the radical MP
Samuel Whitbread, the lawyer and
campaigner against the death penalty,
Samuel Romilly, and prime minister,
Lord Castlereagh. Sources are varied
and include newspaper and magazine
reports, sermons, pamphlets, legal and
medical material, ballads, poetry, plays
and novels.
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1584pp: 234x156: 2012
978 1 85196 980 7: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
1808pp: 234x156: 2012
978 1 85196 981 4: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/suicide
Dep r es s ion a n d Mela n ch oly,
1660 – 18 0 0
General Editors: Leigh Wet h er a ll
Dicks on and Alla n I n gr a m
As a psychiatric term ‘depression’
dates back only as far as the mid-
nineteenth century. Before then a wide
range of terms were used. ‘Melancholy’
carried enormous weight, culturally
and medically and was one of the two
confrmed forms of eighteenth-century
insanity.
This four-volume primary resource
collection is the frst large-scale study
of depression across an extensive
period. Divided chronologically, each
volume addresses a particular theme.
4 Volume Set
1264pp: 234x156: 2012
978 1 84893 086 5: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/melancholy
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Br it is h I t -Na r r a t ives ,
1750 – 18 30
General Editor: Ma r k Bla ckwell
This collection focuses on prose
fctions that take animals or inanimate
objects as their central characters.
Numerous examples of narratives in
different forms are included such as
short stories, excerpts from novels,
periodical fction and serialized works.
The collection will be of value to
those studying eighteenth-century
and Romantic literature, children’s
literature, the history of the novel,
material culture and historians and
philosophers concerned with personal
identity.
4 Volume Set
1696pp: 234x156: 2012
978 1 84893 120 6: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/itnarratives
Non con for m is t Wom en
Wr it er s , 1720 – 18 40
General Editor: Tim ot h y Wh ela n
This is a scholarly edition of the public
and private works of a remarkable
circle of eighteen nonconformist
women and two Anglicans. It
combines new editions of previously
published works with unpublished
hymns, poems and letters, all
transcribed from manuscripts.
Though isolated geographically and
culturally, their writings reveal a
group of women who were keenly
aware of current events, widely read,
assertive in their opinions and highly
imaginative.
‘Scholars of eighteenth- and nineteenth
literature ... will fnd here an
extraordinary new source of materials,
carefully edited, thoroughly annotated,
and elegantly presented’ New Books
On lin e 19
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1712pp: 234x156: 2011
978 1 85196 144 3: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
1904pp: 234x156: 2011
978 1 85196 154 2: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/nonconformistwomen
Tea a n d t h e Tea -Ta ble in
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y En gla n d
General Editor: Ma r km a n Ellis
In the eighteenth century tea and
coffee were both recent arrivals to
English culture and commodities
of conspicuous and luxurious
consumption. Unlike coffee however,
tea retained its luxury status – its high
cost and associated rarity making it a
favourite drink at Court.
This four-volume, reset collection
covers: tea in natural history
and medical writing; literary
representations of tea-drinking;
tea, commerce and the East India
Company; and the politics of tea.
4 Volume Set
1424pp: 234x156: 2010
978 1 84893 025 4: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/tea
Th e Am er ica n Colon ies a n d
t h e Br it is h Em p ir e,
160 7– 178 3
Editor: St even Sa r s on
This eight-volume reset edition
traces the evolution of imperial
and colonial ideologies during the
British colonization of America. It
covers the period from the founding
of the J amestown colony in Virginia
in 1607 to the end of the American
Revolutionary War in 1783. The
works cover a wide range of ideas
on empire and colonies from both
sides of the Atlantic. Varied and often
incompatible imperial and colonial
ideas were espoused by British
political economists, politicians,
administrators, colonial governors and
other offcials, as well as by colonists.
Sources include pamphlets, reports,
sermons and letters.
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1088pp: 234x156: 2010
978 1 85196 948 7: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
944pp: 234x156: 2011
978 1 85196 949 4: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/americancolonies
Polit ica l Br oa d s id e Ba lla d s
of Seven t een t h -Cen t u r y
En gla n d : A Cr i t i ca l Bi bli ogr a p h y
An gela J McSh a n e
Political broadsides are a fascinating
window on to the tumultuous
political and cultural landscape of
the seventeenth century. By turns
propagandist or satirical, these printed
songs informed and refected the views
of the broader political nation. This is
the frst truly accurate bibliography of
its kind providing correct publication
dates for many of the texts for the frst
time.
648pp: 234x156: 2011
HB 978 1 84893 014 8: £150/ $260
www.pickeringchatto.com/ballads
Pu blic Execu t ion in En gla n d ,
1573– 18 68
Editor: Leigh Yet t er
The execution narrative was popular in
early modern England. New printing
processes fed a public fascination
with sensational eyewitness accounts
of executions and transcriptions of
felon’s scaffold speeches. This edition
draws together a representative
selection of texts to show the evolution
of the genre up to the end of public
execution in England.
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1728pp: 234x156: 2009
978 1 85196 942 5: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
1734pp: 234x156: 2010
978 1 85196 944 9: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/execution
Gh os t s : A S oci a l Hi s t or y
Editor: Owen Da vies
This edition draws together
representative and defning sources
that reveal changing perceptions of
ghosts from the Reformation through
to the twentieth century in Britain and
America.
‘provides a valuable source of texts
for anyone carrying out research into
the debates about ghosts and related
phenomena in the eighteenth and
nineteenth centuries.’ J ou r n a l for t h e
Societ y for Ps ych ica l Res ea r ch
5 Volume Set
1440pp: 234x156: 2010
978 1 85196 989 0: £450/ $795
www.pickeringchatto.com/ghosts
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Th om a s Pa in e a n d Am er ica ,
1776– 18 0 9
Editor: Ken n et h W Bu r ch ell
From his migration to America in
1774 to his death in New York City in
1809, Thomas Paine’s ideology was
at the centre of American political
and social debate. This facsimile
edition brings together rare texts from
books, periodicals and newspaper
contributions to unearth the
contemporary American response to
Thomas Paine.
‘a scholarly collection that will be
of value to specialized researchers
and undergraduate students alike.
Recommended.’ CHOI CE
‘Those studying the reaction by
Americans to Thomas Paine’s ideas,
and, perhaps, to him as an individual,
will fnd the judicious selection of works
reprinted herein of immense value.’
J ou r n a l of Ra d ica l His t or y
6 Volume Set
2496pp: 234x156: 2009
978 1 85196 964 7: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/paine
Th e His t or y of Old Age in
En gla n d , 160 0 – 18 0 0
Editors: Lyn n Bot elh o, Su s a n n a h
R Ot t a wa y and An n e Ku gler
This eight-volume reset edition brings
together selections from medical
treatises, sermons, petitions, legal
documents, parish records, almshouse
accounts, private letters, diaries and
ballads, to investigate cultural and
medical understanding of old age in
pre-industrial England.
‘A clear overview of the themes and
sources, which should be accessible
even to those unfamiliar with the issue,
the period, or the English context.’
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y St u d ies
‘University libraries would do well to
purchase the collection’ Socia l His t or y
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1232pp: 234x156: 2008
978 1 85196 869 5: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
1584pp: 234x156: 2009
978 1 85196 870 1: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/oldage
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y Br it is h
Mid wifer y
Editor: Pa m Lies ke
Scholars of the British Enlightenment
who study obstetrical history
traditionally focus on the rise of
the male-midwife and competition
between the sexes. By reprinting in
facsimile primary texts on eighteenth-
century midwifery and childbirth,
this comprehensive twelve-volume
collection gives readers a much
deeper, more nuanced understanding
of midwives, midwifery students and
women in labour.
‘These books should be part of every
respectable library dealing with the
history of medicine’ J ou r n a l of t h e
His t or y of Med icin e a n d t h e Allied
Scien ces
‘rich with analysis and historiographic
context.’ Nu r s in g His t or y Review
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1600pp: 234x156: 2007
978 1 85196 842 8: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
1632pp: 234x156: 2008
978 1 85196 843 5: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I I : 4 Volume Set
1968pp: 234x156: 2009
978 1 85196 874 9: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/midwifery
Sla ver y in Nor t h Am er ica :
Fr om t h e Colon i a l Per i od t o Em a n ci p a t i on
General Editor: Ma r k M Sm it h
The chronological and geographical
diversity of sources presented here
reveals changes in slavery over time, as
well as the diversity of slavery across
North America. They offer scholars
access to the experience of a wide
range of constituencies from slaves
and slave-owners, abolitionists and
pro-slavery ideologues, to travellers
and plantation visitors.
4 Volume Set
1376pp: 234x156: 2008
978 1 85196 966 1: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/slaveryinamerica
Th e Br it is h Cot t on Tr a d e,
1660 – 18 15
Editor: Bever ly Lem ir e
Cotton was the frst industrialized
global trade. This edition charts
the rise of British trade in cotton
from the days of small-scale trading
between the Middle East and India
to the domination of British-led
industrialized manufacture. Cotton
came to dominate fashion, politics and
consumer behaviour.
‘outstanding ... this source collection and
its commentary will not only inform
those new to the feld but will also prove
invaluable for much more specialized
researchers.’ Econ om ic His t or y
Review
4 Volume Set
1584pp: 234x156: 2009
978 1 85196 979 1: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/cotton
Act in g Th eor y a n d t h e En glis h
St a ge, 170 0 – 18 30
Editor: Lis a Zu n s h in e
During the eighteenth century,
treatises on the science of elocution,
gesture and naturalness abounded.
This edition draws together a
representative selection of texts from
throughout the period, arranged to
enable readers to see eighteenth- and
early nineteenth-century publications
on acting as a crucial part of the
period’s cultural imagination.
‘At a time when the world is turning
digital, the sheer extravagance of
this publishing venture deserves to be
celebrated.’ St u d ies in Th ea t r e a n d
Per for m a n ce
5 Volume Set
1808pp: 234x156: 2008
978 1 85196 901 2: £450/ $795
www.pickeringchatto.com/acting
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Th e En ligh t en m en t in
Am er ica , 1720 – 18 25
Editor: J os e R Tor r e
Given the signifcance the new world
held in the minds of Enlightenment
thinkers, it is remarkable that scholars
have not more fully documented
the Enlightenment in America. The
Enlightenment in America flls this
signifcant gap in the discourse.
‘a serious contribution to scholarship.
Essential.’ CHOI CE
‘Every one of the primary sources in this
collection can be analyzed with proft
in a similar or different way. There
is plenty of reason to do so, and that
opportunity more than justifes the effort
behind these volumes.’ Eigh t een t h -
Cen t u r y St u d ies
Win n er : CHOI CE Ou t s t a n d in g ◊
Aca d em ic Tit le Awa r d , 20 0 9
4 Volume Set
1360pp: 234x156: 2008
978 1 85196 936 4: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/americanenlightenment
Br it is h Pa m p h let s on t h e
Am er ica n Revolu t ion ,
1763– 178 5
Editor: Ha r r y T Dickin s on
Presents a selection of British
pamphlets, which represent the
multi-faceted debate on both sides
of the political divide in Britain. The
pamphlets in this work are organised
chronologically in two parts, taking the
start of American armed resistance in
1775 as the dividing point.
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1760pp: 234x156: 2007
978 1 85196 886 2: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
1840pp: 234x156: 2008
978 1 85196 887 9: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/pamphlets
Br it is h a n d Am er ica n Let t er
Ma n u a ls , 168 0 – 18 10
Editor: Eve Ta vor Ba n n et
During the eighteenth century,
letter manuals became the most
popular form of conduct literature.
They were marketed to and used
by a wide spectrum of society, from
maidservants and apprentices,
through military offcers and
merchants, to gentlemen, parents and
children. This work presents the most
infuential manuals from both sides of
the Atlantic.
‘This outstanding set ... will be useful
for anyone interested in the culture of
letters, conduct books, and transatlantic
connections.’ SHARP News
4 Volume Set
1712pp: 234x156: 2008
978 1 85196 918 0: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/lettermanuals
Br it is h Pir a cy in t h e Gold en
Age: Hi s t or y a n d I n t er p r et a t i on ,
1660 – 1730
Editor: J oel H Ba er
Providing a comprehensive view
of Golden Age piracy, this edition
includes descriptions of the actions of
individuals alongside contemporary
discussions of the piracy problem
through books, journals, newspaper
articles, essays, reviews, proposals,
pamphlets and sermons from Britain
and its colonies.
‘Nowhere else will you fnd such a
diverse collection of documents that
cover all aspects of piracy’ Pir a t es a n d
Pr iva t eer s
‘The wealth and variety of these
facsimile texts is exhilarating.’ Na u t ica l
Res ea r ch J ou r n a l
4 Volume Set
1760pp: 234x156: 2007
978 1 85196 845 9: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/piracy
Mer ca n t ilis t Th eor y a n d
Pr a ct ice: Th e Hi s t or y of Br i t i s h
Mer ca n t i li s m
Editor: La r s Ma gn u s s on
‘England is a nation of shopkeepers’.
Long before Napolean disdainfully
paraphrased Adam Smith, British
commerce had become a motor for
economic growth and increased state
power. This four-volume facsimile
edition brings together a range of rare
seventeenth- and eighteenth-century
documents about the mercantile
system.
4 Volume Set
1600pp: 234x156: 2008
978 1 85196 927 2: £395/ $725
www.pickeringchatto.com/mercantilism
Tr ia ls for Tr ea s on a n d
Sed it ion , 1792– 1794
Editors: J oh n Ba r r ell and J on Mee
The period 1792–94 witnessed the
emergence of the frst genuinely
popular radical movement in Britain.
This collection contains the key trials
of London radicalism from 1792–94.
‘Those who have squinted at versions
of these trials on Eighteenth-Century
Collections Online will be pleased to fnd
the facsimiles here “digitally cleaned and
enhanced”. No less welcome is Barrell
and Mee’s stellar editorial apparatus’
Th e Hu n t in gd on Libr a r y Qu a r t er ly
‘these “trials” constitute a feeting
sub-genre of their own, a kind of legal-
literary performance art … [they are]
essential reading.’ Th e Wor d s wor t h
Cir cle
Pa r t I : 5 Volume Set
2304pp: 234x156: 2006
978 1 85196 732 2: £450/ $795
Pa r t I I : 3 Volume Set
1472pp: 234x156: 2007
978 1 85196 811 4: £275/ $495
www.pickeringchatto.com/trials
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Wh or e Biogr a p h ies ,
170 0 – 18 25
Editor: J u lie Pea km a n
This two-part collection of carefully
selected and extremely rare texts
focuses on autobiographies and
biographies of courtesans, directories
of whores, erotic poems dedicated
to harlots, jocular descriptions
of prostitutes and jest books on
strumpets. These provide invaluable
primary sources for the study of
sexuality, gender, women’s studies and
the literature and history.
‘a rich and rewarding collection of
material, useful on gender and genre.’
Th e Scr ibler ia n
‘These texts, published across a century
and a quarter, are in debate with
one another on various levels, and
Peakman has succeeded admirably in
representing that ongoing conversation’
Biogr a p h y
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1665pp: 234x156: 2006
978 1 85196 806 0: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
1712pp: 234x156: 2007
978 1 85196 807 7: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/whorebiographies
Wom en ’s Polit ica l Wr it in gs ,
1610 – 1725
Editors: Hild a L Sm it h , Mih oko
Su zu ki and Su s a n Wis em a n
Includes a variety of women’s political
writings from the seventeenth
century. This collection highlights the
principles inherent in female political
action in its many and varied forms,
from women’s Civil War petitioning, to
the efforts of Quaker women to reform
prisons.
4 Volume Set
1584pp: 234x156: 2007
978 1 85196 792 6: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/womenpolitical
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y
Coffee-Hou s e Cu lt u r e
Editor: Ma r km a n Ellis
Coffee-houses provided a forum for
exchanging views and nurturing
public opinion across the social
spectrum. This is captured in the
satires reproduced here. Coffee-house
plays also celebrated the role of the
coffee-house in circulating gossip,
scandal, rumour and subversion. The
distinct properties of the coffee-house
were recognized in the period by
natural philosophers, antiquarians and
historians. Their debates on science
and historiography are included in this
edition. The coffee-room encouraged
scientifc culture and became a
precursor of the laboratory: science
became a public matter.
‘[Ellis’] masterful selection and
arrangement of seventeenth- and
eighteenth-century sources colorfully
illustrate the rich legacy of the
institution.’ Hu n t in gt on Libr a r y
Qu a r t er ly
‘Ellis has done a magnifcent job of
collecting, ordering, introducing and
annotating these four volumes ... this is
worth the price.’ Th e Scr ibler ia n
4 Volume Set
1840pp: 234x156: 2006
978 1 85196 829 9: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/coffeehouse
Br it a in in I n d ia , 1765– 190 5
Editors: J oh n Ma r r iot t and
Bh a s ka r Mu kh op a d h ya y
This ambitious six-volume set of
scarce primary source materials
seeks to explore the nature of the
relationship between Britain and India
at the height of imperial expansion.
‘Students and scholars will be indebted
to [the editors] for facilitating easy
access to a very rich set of primary
source materials.’ J ou r n a l of I m p er ia l
a n d Com m on wea lt h His t or y
6 Volume Set
2400pp: 234x156: 2006
978 1 85196 815 2: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/britaininindia
En glis h Ca t h olicis m ,
168 0 – 18 30
Mich a el Mu llet t
This is the frst collection of English-
language Catholic literature covering
the long eighteenth century. It focuses
on the periods of martyrdom and
violent persecution from the end of the
sixteenth to the end of the seventeenth
centuries and, latterly, on the so-
called ‘Second Spring’ of English
Catholicism.
‘highly recommended for any serious
library of religious thought and history.’
Th e Down s id e Review
‘a major publishing event’ En glis h
His t or ica l Review
‘this is a set libraries cannot afford
not to buy.’ 1650 – 18 50 : I d ea s ,
Aes t h et ics , a n d I n qu ir ies in t h e
Ea r ly Mod er n Er a
6 Volume Set
2714pp: 234x156: 2006
978 1 85196 824 4: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/catholicism
Th e New Fou n d lin g Hos p it a l
for Wit , 1768 – 1773
Editor: Don a ld W Nich ol
The New Foundling Hospital for
Wit is one of the great, popular, yet
overlooked collections of British satire.
Published by the radical bookseller
J ohn Almon, its editors knew how
to make audiences crave more in the
way of the scandalous, salacious and
outrageous.
‘Mr Nichol’s brilliant edition is
indispensable for its insights into
politics, print culture, literary history,
and satire. It is also a hilarious read.’
Th e Scr ibler ia n
‘offers many insights into print culture,
the history of satire, and the politics of
late-18th-century Britain.’ CHOI CE
3 Volume Set
1408pp: 234x156: 2006
978 1 85196 808 4: £275/ $495
www.pickeringchatto.com/newfoundling
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Na r r a t ives of t h e Poor in
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y En gla n d
General Editor: Alys a Leven e
The edition covers the period from
the early eighteenth century through
to the Poor Law Amendment Act of
1834. It includes transcriptions of
hand-written accounts of poverty,
sent to poor law offcials, the London
Foundling Hospital and the London
Refuge for the Destitute.
‘All fve volumes have much to offer
the student of both eighteenth- and
early nineteenth-century social welfare
systems and cultures of everyday life.’
J ou r n a l of His t or ica l Geogr a p h y
‘provide[s] the reader with a
comprehensive picture of poverty in
eighteenth-century Britain.’ Br it is h
J ou r n a l for Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y
St u d ies
5 Volume Set
1792pp: 234x156: 2006
978 1 85196 809 1: £450/ $795
www.pickeringchatto.com/poornarratives
Ea r ly Biogr a p h ies of I s a a c
Newt on , 1660 – 18 8 5
Editors: Rob I liffe, Milo Keyn es
and Rebeka h Higgit t
A collection of the many biographies of
scientist Isaac Newton, demonstrating
the ways in which his reputation
continued to develop in the centuries
after his death. It includes private
letters, poetry and memoranda, and
explores the debate over Newton’s
reputation, work and personal life.
‘The level of scholarship, textual editing,
and detailed analysis is very high ...
[and] the introductions ... are useful –
even essential.’ Not es a n d Recor d s
2 Volume Set
928pp: 234x156: 2005
978 1 85196 778 0: £195/ $350
www.pickeringchatto.com/newton
An t i-J a cobin Novels
General Editor: W M Ver h oeven
This ten-volume reset edition reveals
the fipside of Romantic-era literature
and politics. It includes works by
male and female writers holding a
range of political positions within the
Anti-J acobin camp, and represents
not only the French Revolution but
the American Revolution, the Irish
Rebellion and the political unrest in
Scotland.
‘The editor of each volume has done a
thorough and illuminating job’ Th e
Wor d s wor t h Cir cle
Pa r t I : 5 Volume Set
1560pp: 234x156: 2005
978 1 85196 776 6: £425/ $750
Pa r t I I : 5 Volume Set
2144pp: 234x156: 2005
978 1 85196 781 0: £425/ $750
www.pickeringchatto.com/antijacobin
A Bibliogr a p h y of Eliza
Ha ywood
Pa t r ick Sp ed d in g
This is the frst descriptive
bibliography of the works of Eliza
Haywood (1693?–1756) and her
partner, William Hatchett (1701?–
1749?). Evidence for and history
of attribution is discussed within
the headnotes, and biographical
information is given wherever
possible, along with the title’s
publishing history.
‘A magnifcent achievement, a shining
example of bibliography as both
science and art, a work of high-soaring
ambition almost perfectly realized.
This book will inform and direct the
development of Haywood studies in our
time, and remain an indispensable vade
mecum to scholars yet unborn.’ Th e
Age of J oh n s on
Win n er : MLA p r ize for ◊
Dis t in gu is h ed Bibliogr a p h y, 20 0 6
848pp: 234x156: 2004
HB 978 1 85196 739 1: £120/ $210
www.pickeringchatto.com/haywoodbiblio
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y
Br it is h Er ot ica
General Editors: Alexa n d er Pet t it
and Pa t r ick Sp ed d in g
This set reprints many of the
eighteenth century’s most notorious
works, including some that resulted in
highly publicized court battles and in
helped shape laws on censorship that
survived into modernity. As they did
in the eighteenth-century bookshop,
‘homosexual’ and ‘heterosexual’
works intermingle, alongside of works
that claim legal, medical, or political
legitimacy, and works that pretend to
nothing but prurience.
‘should fnd a place in every research
library supporting graduate students
and faculty.’ CHOI CE
Pa r t I : 5 Volume Set
2136pp: 234x156: 2002
978 1 85196 742 1: £450/ $795
Pa r t I I : 5 Volume Set
2072pp: 234x156: 2004
978 1 85196 770 4: £450/ $795
www.pickeringchatto.com/erotica
Lit er a t u r e a n d Scien ce,
1660 – 18 34
General Editor: J u d it h Ha wley
In the eighteenth century ‘science’
was used to denote ‘knowledge’ of
all sorts. Ways of understanding
and representing the world were
being reformulated in a period of
intellectual ferment and artistic
experimentation. In the Royal Society,
in the gentleman’s library, in Grub
Street and the lady’s closet, the impact
of natural philosophy was registered,
assimilated, extended and sometimes
challenged and rebuffed. Texts are
reproduced in facsimile and show the
polymathic nature of the literature of
science.
‘belong[s] in every graduate library and
in every serious undergraduate library’
Th e Wor d s wor t h Cir cle
‘a fascinating collection of texts’ Tim es
Lit er a r y Su p p lem en t
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1728pp: 234x156: 2003
978 1 85196 737 7: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
1944pp: 234x156: 2004
978 1 85196 740 7: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/litandscience
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Con d u ct Lit er a t u r e for
Wom en , Pa r t I I , 1640 – 1710
Editors: Willia m St Cla ir and
I r m ga r d Ma a s s en
For centuries, conduct books were
among the commonest books to be
found in households. They constitute
a prime source for research into
the emergence of modern notions
of subjectivity and gender. This
collection aims to give a chronological
insight into the evolution of conduct
literature, from its early roots in the
Renaissance period.
‘this is an excellent resource for scholars
interested in conduct literature, as well
as for those scholars who wish to gain
access to learned information about the
literature in order to further their own
research in the period.’ Ea r ly Mod er n
Books h elf
Conduct Literature for Women
6 Volume Set
2496pp: 234x156: 2002
978 1 85196 530 4: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/conduct
Con d u ct Lit er a t u r e for
Wom en , Pa r t I I I , 1720 – 1770
Editor: Pa m Mor r is
The material presented in this six-
volume set moves away from courtly
etiquette, adopting a more middle-
class, domestic focus, and includes
facsimile reproductions of sermons,
poems, narratives and cookery books.
Conduct Literature for Women
6 Volume Set
2881pp: 240x156: 2004
978 1 85196 772 8: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/conduct
Con d u ct Lit er a t u r e for
Wom en , Pa r t I V, 1770 – 18 30
Editor: Pa m Mor r is
Social and literary historians recognize
the 1790s as a moment of political
crisis in British history. These texts
demonstrate shifting ideas on the role
of women during this turbulent time.
‘will prove a valuable resource to
scholars of the period’ Rom a n t icis m
Conduct Literature for Women
6 Volume Set
2688pp: 234x156: 2005
978 1 85196 802 2: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/conduct
Br it is h Sa t ir e, 178 5– 18 40
General Editor: J oh n St r a ch a n
This set provides a representative
collection of the verse satire published
between the mid-1780s and the mid-
1830s. It also includes two important
single-author volumes, the frst
scholarly editions of the satires of
William Gifford and Thomas Moore, as
well as lesser known and anonymous
works.
‘can be endorsed enthusiastically’
Rom a n t icis m
‘a mould-breaking resource for
students and scholars of the period,
an indispensable publication’ Th e
Wor d s wor t h Cir cle
5 Volume Set
2184pp: 234x156: 2003
978 1 85196 729 2: £425/ $750
www.pickeringchatto.com/satires
Th e Br it is h Tr a n s a t la n t ic
Sla ve Tr a d e
General Editor: Ken n et h Mor ga n
Between 1660 and 1807 over three
million Africans were dispatched to
the Americas in British vessels. This
trade has been the subject of intensive
academic scrutiny over the past
generation and has also attracted a
growing popular curiosity. This edition
offers a selection of primary source
texts coveringall major facets of the
British slave trade.
‘introductory essays by each editor
(and the general introduction by
Kenneth Morgan) provide superb
overviews on most key topics in the
study of the British slave trade and its
abolition.’ J ou r n a l of I m p er ia l a n d
Com m on wea lt h His t or y
4 Volume Set
1632pp: 234x156: 2003
978 1 85196 756 8: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/transatlantic
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y En glis h
La bou r in g-Cla s s Poet s
General Editor: J oh n Good r id ge
This edition offers for the frst time
a collection of vital source materials,
richly illustrating one of the most
interesting and important literary
movements of the eighteenth century
and Romantic period.
‘a true intellectual collaboration, and it
is diffcult to imagine a better outcome.’
Rom a n t icis m on t h e Net
‘Extraordinarily helpful...[it] establishes
lasting access to important primary
materials’ Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y
St u d ies
3 Volume Set
1288pp: 234x156: 2003
978 1 85196 758 2: £275/ $495
www.pickeringchatto.com/18thLCP
Tr a vels , Exp lor a t ion s a n d
Emp ir es , 1770 – 18 35: Tr a v el
W r it in gs on Nor t h Am er ica , t h e Fa r Ea s t ,
Nor t h a n d Sou t h Poles a n d t h e Mid d le Ea s t
General Editors: Tim Fu lfor d and
Pet er J Kit s on
‘exquisitely produced and impeccably
edited collection offers a wealth of fresh
material to scholars of Romanticism’ Th e
Wor d s wor t h Cir cle
Pa r t I : 4 Volume Set
1880pp: 234x156: 2001
978 1 85196 720 9: £350/ $625
Pa r t I I : 4 Volume Set
1752pp: 234x156: 2002
978 1 85196 721 6: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/travels1
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A Cr it ica l Bibliogr a p h y of
Ad a m Sm it h
General Editor: Keit h Tr ibe
The problem with Adam Smith is not
one of attribution but the re-shaping
of his work by the accompanying
commentary and notes or the effect
of translation and abridgement. This
critical bibliography hopes to bring
order to this process. A listing of all
editions with details of their salient
points gives an overview of the critical
work on Smith as a leading member of
the Scottish Enlightenment.
‘A more eloquent monument to the
infuence of Smith on the modern world
could hardly be imagined’ St u d ies in
En glis h Lit er a t u r e, 150 0 – 190 0
‘essential reading for all serious
Smith scholars’ His t or y of Polit ica l
Econ om y
416pp: 234x156: 2002
HB 978 1 85196 741 4: £110/ $195
e 978 1 85196 537 3
www.pickeringchatto.com/smithbibliography
Th e Lon d on Cor r es p on d in g
Societ y, 1792– 1799
Editor: Mich a el T Da vis
This six volume set reproduces the
complete writings of the London
Corresponding Society as well as
other contemporary literature and
parliamentary debates, and reports
relating to the Society.
‘A landmark in the publication of
political radicalisms in Britain. It gives
an incisive sense of the extraordinarily
diverse range of texts, activities,
repressive legislation and intellectual
engagement that the LCS generated.’
J ou r n a l of His t or ica l Geogr a p h y
‘immensely useful’ Lon d on Review of
Books
6 Volume Set
2328pp: 234x156: 2002
978 1 85196 734 6: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/corresponding
Select ed Wor ks of Eliza
Ha ywood
General Editor: Alex Pet t it
Eliza Haywood (1693?–1756) was
the most prolifc female writer of
the eighteenth century. This series
presents selected non-fctional works
by Haywood, with particular attention
to the journalism, criticism, and
‘conduct and advice’ material.
‘offers a wealth of information [and is]
head and shoulders above other modern
Haywood editions.’ 1650 – 18 50 : I d ea s ,
Aes t h et ics a n d I n qu ir ies in t h e
Ea r ly Mod er n Er a
‘This splendid edition is cause for
celebration’ Th e Scr ibler ia n
Pa r t I : 3 Volume Set
1192pp: 234x156: 2000
978 1 85196 528 1: £250/ $440
Pa r t I I : 3 Volume Set
1368pp: 234x156: 2001
978 1 85196 529 8: £250/ $440
www.pickeringchatto.com/haywoodworks
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y Wom en
Pla ywr igh t s
General Editor: Der ek Hu gh es
Includes the work of Catherine
Trotter, Mary Pix, Eliza Haywood and
Elizabeth Griffth.
‘meticulously edited, informatively
annotated, and beautifully produced
... an anthology no academic library
should be without.’ Eigh t een t h -
Cen t u r y Wom en
6 Volume Set
1864pp: 234x156: 2001
978 1 85196 616 5: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/womenplaywrights
Mis cella n ies in Pr os e a n d
Ver s e by Pop e, Swift a n d Ga y
Introduction by: Alexa n d er Pet t it
Contains contributions by three of the
leading satirists of the early eighteenth
century, published when all three were
at the height of their powers.
‘I would urge every library to reallocate
its 2004 budget ... to purchase this
reprint edition of Miscellanies’ Th e
Scr ibler ia n
4 Volume Set
1704pp: 234x156: 2002
978 1 85196 715 5: £295/ $520
www.pickeringchatto.com/miscellanies
Th e Gr u b St r eet J ou r n a l,
1730 – 33
Editor: Ber t r a n d A Gold ga r
The Grub Street Journal was perhaps
the most widely-read weekly journal
in England of its period. The frst four
years are reprinted here, representing
the journal in its prime in terms of
quality and popularity.
‘No one is more qualifed to write about
The Grub-Street Journal than Professor
Goldgar’ Th e Libr a r y
4 Volume Set
1008pp: 234x156: 2002
978 1 85196 744 5: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/grubstreet
Th e Pa m ela Con t r over s y:
Cr i t i ci s m s a n d Ad a p t a t i on s of S a m u el
R i ch a r d s on ’s Pa m ela , 1740 – 1750
Editors: Tom Keym er , Pet er Sa bor
and J oh n Mu lla n
The Pamela controversy remains
a landmark of literary history.
Recommended from the pulpit of
a Southwark church, illustrated in
the pavilions of Vauxhall Gardens,
exhibited in ‘a curious Piece of
Waxwork’ on a Fleet Street corner,
Pamela was everywhere. This
collection brings together the key
sources from the contemporary
debate.
‘The introductions to each volume
are exemplary’ Tim es Lit er a r y
Su p p lem en t
6 Volume Set
2240pp: 234x156: 2000
978 1 85196 615 8: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/pamela
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Gr ea t Bu bbles : R ea ct i on s t o t h e
S ou t h S ea Bu bble, t h e Mi s s i s s i p p i S ch em e
a n d t h e Tu li p Ma n i a Af f a i r
Editor: Ros s B Em m et t
This edition brings together some of
the most important writings on such
phenomena, centring upon some of
the most prominent bubbles; the Tulip
Mania of 1636, the Mississippi Bubble
of 1720 and the South Sea Bubble of
the same period.
‘This stimulating one place resource
could serve as a foundation for a
graduate seminar in eighteenth-
century culture and economics.’ Th e
Scr ibler ia n
3 Volume Set
1000pp: 234x156: 2000
978 1 85196 525 0: £295/ $520
www.pickeringchatto.com/greatbubbles
Th e His t or y of Su ffr a ge,
1760 – 18 67
Editors: An n a Cla r k and Sa r a h
Rich a r d s on
This work brings together key texts
drawn from the history of suffrage
advocacy and agitation.
‘the facsimile reproductions are of the
highest quality and Pickering & Chatto
have demonstrated once again why
they are a leading publisher of primary
source materials.’ Au s t r a lia n J ou r n a l
of Polit ics a n d His t or y
‘can be strongly recommended for
library purchase.’ Dem ocr a t iza t ion
6 Volume Set
2100pp: 234x156: 1999
978 1 85196 706 3: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/suffrage
Th e Recep t ion of Locke’s
Polit ics : Fr om t h e 1690 s t o t h e 18 30 s
Editor: Ma r k Gold ie
Locke is debated across a gamut of
genres: in formal treatises, polemical
pamphlets, newspaper essays, political
sermons, and cheap tracts aimed at
politicizing the masses.
‘deserves to be in every major library’
En ligh t en m en t a n d Dis s en t
6 Volume Set
2512pp: 234x156: 1999
978 1 85196 495 6: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/locke
Blu es t ockin g Fem in is m :
W r i t i n gs of t h e Blu es t ock i n g Ci r cle,
1738 – 90
General Editor: Ga r y Kelly
Feminist scholarship and criticism
has retrieved the Bluestocking women
from their marginal position in
eighteenthth-century literature. This
work collects the principal writings of
these women, together with a selection
of their letters.
‘Pickering & Chatto are offering,
to their credit, the best editions yet
produced of Carter, Montagu and
Talbot, and provocative recastings of
the achievements of Seward, Reeve and
Scott.’ Tim es Lit er a r y Su p p lem en t
6 Volume Set
2424pp: 234x156: 1999
978 1 85196 514 4: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/bluestocking
Sla ver y, Abolit ion a n d
Em a n cip a t ion : W r i t i n gs i n t h e
Br i t i s h R om a n t i c Per i od
General Editors: Pet er J Kit s on and
Debbie Lee
The Romantic period witnessed the
beginning of sustained British imperial
expansion. It was also the period
when criticism of the slave trade was
at its most intense. Most of the frst
generation of British Romanticism
– William Blake, Samuel Taylor
Coleridge, William Wordsworth,
Robert Southey, J ohn Thelwall –
wrote against the slave trade. This
edition brings together a corpus of
work which refects the major issues
and theories concerning slavery and
the status of the slave.
‘A milestone in helping to resuscitate
... the attitudes which defned victim,
oppressor and abolitionist. Their
importance cannot be exaggerated.’
Da ily Telegr a p h
‘This impressively produced eight-
volume set is a useful set of documents,
especially for those far removed from
large libraries that possess the originals.
Students of literature and history will
fnd much important and rare material
here.’ Tim es High er Ed u ca t ion
Su p p lem en t
8 Volume Set
3664pp: 234x156: 1999
978 1 85196 513 7: £595/ $105
www.pickeringchatto.com/slavery
A Cr it ica l Bibliogr a p h y of
Da n iel Defoe
Editors: P N Fu r ba n k and
W R Owen s
This has been designed by the editors
as an answer to some of the special
problems in establishing a canon of
Defoe’s works. Each entry in Furbank
and Owens’s Critical Bibliography
includes a description or synopsis of
the content of the work, together with
a discussion of the evidence of Defoe’s
authorship. There is also a series of
appendices which give unprecedented
access to the information required
to make sense of Defoe’s large and
complicated oeuvre.
‘the work that scholars have long
awaited ... [Furbank and Owens] have
surely given us a new foundation
for any discussion of the canon (and
therefore of Defoe’s life too). Now we
can start arguing.’ Tim es Lit er a r y
Su p p lem en t
336pp: 234x156: 1998
HB 978 1 85196 389 8: £120/ $210
www.pickeringchatto.com/defoebiblio
Sa m u el Rich a r d s on ’s
Pu blis h ed Com m en t a r y on
Cla r is s a , 1747– 1765
General Editor: Flor ia n St u ber
This set brings together all
that Richardson published on
the composition, printing and
interpretation of Clarissa. The various
works reveal Richardson’s reactions
to the concerns and issues raised by
contemporary readers.
‘scrupulously edited with introductions
and commentaries that are themselves
signifcant contributions to scholarship
on the eighteenth-century novel.’ Th e
Yea r s Wor k in En glis h St u d ies
‘fascinating reading … I am much
humbled by the hard work, erudition,
and enthusiasm of all the contributors’
Eigh t een t h -Cen t u r y Fict ion
3 Volume Set
1312pp: 216x138: 1998
978 1 85196 461 1: £275/ $495
www.pickeringchatto.com/clarissa
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Fem a le Ed u ca t ion in t h e Age
of En ligh t en m en t
Editor: J a n et Tod d
The education and training of women
for their presumed role in life were
of constant interest in the eighteenth
century, which produced a spate of
advice books and manuals describing
the construction of the ideal woman.
The texts in this edition show a variety
of standpoints from the late eighteenth
and early nineteenth centuries.
‘Female Education provides an
indispensable set of core readings which,
when supplemented by the relevant
work of Wollstonecraft, Hannah More
and Maria Edgeworth, will provide
students and scholars with everything
they need to begin exploring this crucial
episode in feminist studies and British
cultural history.’ Ala n Rich a r d s on ,
Bos t on College, Ma s s a ch u s et t s
6 Volume Set
3108pp: 234x156: 1996
978 1 85196 274 7: £495/ $875
www.pickeringchatto.com/femaleeducation
Th e Polit ica l Wr it in gs of
t h e 1790 s
Editor: Gr egor y Cla eys
‘There are not enough superlatives to
describe this work and all libraries should
be encouraged to purchase it. For the
serious scholar, Political Writings of the
1790s would surely take pride of place on
any bookshelf’ Th e Au s t r a lia n J ou r n a l
of Polit ics a n d His t or y
8 Volume Set
3536pp: 234x156: 1995
978 1 85196 320 1: £550/ $975
www.pickeringchatto.com/1790
Th e Tr a vel Wr it in gs of
J oh n Moor e
General Editor: Ben P Rober t s on
J ohn Moore was a Scottish physician
who travelled extensively and wrote
immensely popular accounts of these
journeys. Despite his considerable
fame at the time, his travel writings
have not been available since 1820.
This collection presents Moore’s
Travel Writings to historians and
literary scholars of the eighteenth-
century. They will form an important
research tool into social constraints
and expectations, and will be
invaluable for their frst-hand account
of signifcant contemporary events.
The Pickering Masters
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: J anuary 2014
978 1 84893 099 5: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/johnmoore
Con t in u a t ion s t o Sid n ey’s
Ar ca d ia , 160 7– 18 67
General Editor: Ma r ea Mit ch ell
Sidney’s Arcadia was extremely
popular in the early period of its
appearance, with parts of it being
extracted and rewritten many times.
This critical edition contains fve
continuations of Arcadia as well as
two short supplements which attempt
to bridge the gap between Sidney’s
original and revised versions of the
work.
Consideration is given to authorship
and editorship and how these were
defned over time. Each text is
prefaced by its own introduction
The Pickering Masters
4 Volume Set
c.1600pp: 234x156: February 2014
978 1 84893 206 7: £350/ $625
www.pickeringchatto.com/arcadia
Th e Collect ed Wor ks of An n
Yea r s ley
Editor: Ker r i An d r ews
Recent years have seen a signifcant
growth of interest in Ann Yearsley’s
work. Outspoken on the subject of
the slave trade, she is often quoted in
the context of the early abolitionist
movement. As a ‘labouring-class
poet’ her writing also forms part
of an under-represented area of
Romanticism now growing in
academic interest.
This set is the frst collected edition
of Ann Yearsley’s works. Previously
unpublished poems are included
alongside more familiar verses, whilst
her play, Earl Goodwin, and novel,
The Royal Captives, are here reprinted
for the frst time since the eighteenth
century. Yearsley’s letters are also
collected together for the frst time,
including some which were formerly
unknown.
The Pickering Masters
3 Volume Set
c.1200pp: 234x156: J anuary 2014
978 1 85196 638 7: £275/ $495
www.pickeringchatto.com/yearsley
Th e Un p u blis h ed Let t er s of
Hen r y St J oh n , Fir s t Vis cou n t
Bolin gbr oke
Editor: Ad r ia n La s h m or e-Da vies
Henry St J ohn, First Viscount
Bolingbroke (1678–1751) enjoyed
varied political and literary careers. He
was the friend and correspondent of
leading fgures across the political and
religious spectrum; Hanoverian and
J acobite, Whig and Tory, Protestant
and Catholic, Episcopalian and
Presbyterian are all represented in his
correspondence.
Bolingbroke’s letters constitute one
of the most fascinating and articulate
sources of eighteenth-century
European politics and culture available
to modern scholars. This fve-volume
critical edition draws together almost
2,000 unpublished letters, from over
twenty archives around the world.
The Pickering Masters
5 Volume Set
2160pp: 234x156: J anuary 2013
978 1 85196 957 9: £450/ $795
www.pickeringchatto.com/bolingbroke
www.pickeringchatto.com/pickeringmasters
Th e Pi ck er i n g
Ma s t er s
This prestigious series collects the
works and correspondence of major
fgures in the history of ideas and
literature. Full scholarly apparatus
accompanies the texts.
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The Indian and Pacifc
Cor r es p on d en ce of Sir J os ep h
Ba n ks , 1768 – 18 20
Editor: Neil Ch a m ber s
Banks’s correspondence is one of the
great primary sources for studying the
Pacifc region during this important
period of exploration and colonial
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Th e Wor ks of Ma r ia
Ed gewor t h
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This twelve-volume edition of the
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Select ed Polit ica l Wr it in gs of
J oh n Th elwa ll
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Cor in n a Wa gn er
J ohn Thelwall was London
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Th e Dia r ies of Eliza bet h
I n ch ba ld
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An energetic woman, Elizabeth
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Th e Ma n u s cr ip t s of Ad a m
Fer gu s on
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Th e Novels of Da n iel Defoe
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P N Fu r ba n k
Known as the father of the English
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on t h e Su p er n a t u r a l by Da n iel
Defoe
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P N Fu r ba n k
In his own lifetime Defoe was much
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and hypocrisy. The importance he
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a n d His t or y by Da n iel Defoe
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Th e Polit ica l a n d Econ om ic
Wr it in gs of Da n iel Defoe
General Editors: W R Owen s and
P N Fu r ba n k
This extensive selection, running
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W or k s of Da n i el
Def oe
General Editors: W R Owen s and
P N Fu r ba n k
The quantity and range of Defoe’s
writings is unparalleled in English
Literature, and few writers have
made such a lasting impact in so
many literary genres. This is the
most comprehensive collection of
the writings of this extraordinary
man ever attempted.
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Ch r is t ia n it y Not a s Old a s
t h e Cr ea t ion : Th e La s t of Def oe’s
Per f or m a n ces
Editor: G A St a r r
April 1730 saw the publication of
Christianity as Old as the Creation.
Barely a month later, an anonymous
pamphlet appeared in response.
Christianity Not as Old as the
Creation challenged not simply the
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Th e Cor r es p on d en ce of Ad a m
Fer gu s on
Editor: Vin cen zo Mer olle
Contains over 400 letters, most
of which have never before been
published.
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Th e Com p let e Pla ys of
Fr a n ces Bu r n ey
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(1752–1840) and is taken from the
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Th e Wor ks of Ap h r a Beh n
Editor: J a n et Tod d
The frst complete Aphra Behn,
including several new attributions.
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Th e Wor ks of Ma r y
Wolls t on ecr a ft
Editors: Ma r ilyn Bu t ler and
J a n et Tod d
‘[the] defnitive seven-volume collection
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Th e Collect ed Novels a n d
Mem oir s of Willia m God win
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Hin d le and Ma r k Ph ilp
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Th e Wor ks of Th om a s Rober t
Ma lt h u s
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Da vid Sou d en
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Develop m en t Review
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Defoe’s Review,
170 4– 13
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I n d ex of Tit les
Aboriginal Male in the Enlightenment
World, The 10
Acting Theory and the English
Stage 19
Adam Ferguson: History, Progress
and Human Nature 6
Adam Ferguson: Philosophy, Politics
and Society 6
Adelaide and Theodore 15
Age and Identity in Eighteenth-
Century England 11
American Colonies and the British
Empire, The 18
American Exceptionalism 17
Anatomy and the Organization of
Knowledge 10
Angels and Belief in England 9
Ann Yearsley and Hannah More,
Patronage and Poetry 11
Anti-J acobin Novels 22
Bibliography of Eliza Haywood, A 22
Bluestocking Feminism 25
Breast Cancer in the Eighteenth
Century 9
Brewing Science, Technology and
Print 9
Britain in India 21
British and American Letter
Manuals 20
British Cotton Trade, The 19
British Freemasonry 16
British It-Narratives 18
British Pamphlets on the American
Revolution 20
British Piracy in the Golden Age 20
British Satire 23
The British Transatlantic Slave
Trade 23
British Visions of America 4
Caroline of Lichtfeld 14
The Celebrated Hannah Cowley 11
Charles Lamb, Elia and the London
Magazine 11
Chawton House Library 14
Chawton House Library: Women’s
Novels 1–10 15
Christianity Not as Old as the
Creation 29
Church-State Relations in the Early
American Republic 12
Citizen, The 14
Collected Novels and Memoirs of
William Godwin, The 29
Collected Works of Ann
Yearsley, The 26
Complete Plays of Frances
Burney, The 29
Conduct Literature for Women 23
Continuations to Sidney’s Arcadia 26
Correspondence of Adam
Ferguson, The 29
Cosmopolitan Ideal in the Age of
Revolution and
Reaction, The 6
Critical Bibliography of Adam
Smith, A 24
Critical Bibliography of Daniel
Defoe, A 25
Cultures of Radicalism in Britain
and Ireland 8
Debt and Slavery in the Mediterranean
and Atlantic Worlds 13
Defoe’s Review, 1704–13 29
Depression and Melancholy 17
Dialogue, Didacticism and the Genres
of Dispute 5
Diaries of Elizabeth Inchbald, The 27
Drink in the Eighteenth and
Nineteenth Centuries 9
Dying to be English 11
Early Biographies of Isaac Newton 22
Ebenezer Hazard, J eremy Belknap
and the American
Revolution 5
Eighteenth-Century British Erotica 22
Eighteenth-Century British
Midwifery 19
Eighteenth-Century Coffee-House
Culture 21
Eighteenth-Century English
Labouring-Class Poets 23
Eighteenth-Century Political
Biographies 3
Eighteenth-Century Women
Playwrights 24
Elizabeth Inchbald’s Reputation 11
Empires in Perspective 7
English Catholicism 21
English Convents in Exile 17
English Deists, The 6
Enlightenment and Modernity 5
Enlightenment in America, The 20
Enlightenment World, The 4
Enlightenment World 1–10, The 7
Evolution of Sympathy in the Long
Eighteenth Century, The 6
Female Education in the Age of
Enlightenment 26
German Soldiers in Colonial India 9
Ghosts: A Social History 18
Gilbert Imlay 13
Global Trade and Commercial
Networks 8
Gothic Novel and the Stage, The 11
Great Bubbles 25
Grub Street J ournal, The 24
Harlequin Empire 7
Histories of Some of the Penitents in
the Magdalen House, The 15
Historiography of the Chemical
Revolution, The 12
History of Lady J ulia
Mandeville, The 14
History of Ned Evans, The 14
History of Old Age in England, The 19
History of Suffrage, The 25
History of Suicide in England, The 17
Hobbes, the Scriblerians and the
History of Philosophy 12
Hume and the Enlightenment 12
India in the French Imagination 7
Indian and Pacifc Correspondence
of Sir J oseph Banks, The 27
Interpreting Sexual Violence 10
Ireland and Empire 7
Ireland in the Age of Revolution 17
J acobite Campaigns, The 9
J ane Austen’s Civilized Women 11
J ews and the Renaissance of
Synagogue Architecture 9
J ews in the Americas 16
J ohn Thelwall: Radical Romantic
and Acquitted Felon 6
J oseph Banks and the British
Museum 13
J ulia 14
Liberating Medicine 6
Life of Madame Necker, The 10
Literacy and Orality in Eighteenth-
Century Irish Song 8
Literature and Science 22
London Corresponding
Society, The 24
London Opera Observed 17
Major Works 16
Manuscripts of Adam
Ferguson, The 27
Memoirs of Scandalous Women 15
Memoirs of Women Writers 15
Mercantilism and Economic
Underdevelopment
in Scotland 8
Mercantilist Theory and Practice 20
Merchants and the Military in
Eighteenth-Century Britain 13
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I n d ex of Tit les
Migrants and Urban Change 8
Miscellanies in Prose and Verse by
Pope, Swift and Gay 24
Montesquieu and England 5
Narratives of the Poor in Eighteenth-
Century England 22
Nervous Disease in Late Eighteenth-
Century Britain 9
New Foundling Hospital for
Wit, The 21
Nonconformist Women Writers 18
Novels and Selected Plays of
Thomas Holcroft, The 27
Novels of Daniel Defoe, The 28
Pamela Controversy, The 24
Pickering Masters, The 26
Poetic Enlightenment, The 4
Poetry and Song in the Age of
Revolution 8
Political and Economic Writings of
Daniel Defoe, The 28
Political Biography of Alexander
Pope, A 3
Political Biography of Daniel
Defoe, A 4
Political Biography of Delarivier
Manley, A 4
Political Biography of Eliza
Haywood, A 3
Political Biography of Henry
Fielding, A 4
Political Biography of J ohn
Toland, A 3
Political Biography of J onathan
Swift, A 4
Political Biography of J oseph
Addison, A 3
Political Biography of Richard
Steele, A 3
Political Biography of Samuel
J ohnson, A 3
Political Biography of Thomas
Paine, A 3
Political Biography of William
King, A 3
Political Broadside Ballads of
Seventeenth-Century
England 18
Political Economy of
Sentiment, The 13
Political Writings of the
1790s, The 26
Prostitution and Eighteenth-Century
Culture 10
Public Execution in England 18
Race and Identity in the
Tasman World 7
Rash Resolve and Life’s
Progress, The 14
Reception of Locke’s Politics, The 25
Religious and Didactic Writings of
Daniel Defoe 28
Representing Humanity in the Age of
Enlightenment 4
Robert and J ames Adam, Architects
of the Age of
Enlightenment 5
Samuel Richardson’s Published
Commentary on Clarissa 25
Satire, Fantasy and Writings on the
Supernatural by
Daniel Defoe 28
Scottish People and the French
Revolution, The 6
Selected Political Writings of J ohn
Thelwall 27
Selected Works of Delarivier
Manley, The 27
Selected Works of Eliza Haywood 24
Self Control 14
Sex, Identity and Hermaphrodites
in Iberia 10
Slaveholders in J amaica 7
Slavery, Abolition and
Emancipation 25
Slavery in North America 19
Slavery, Memory and Identity 12
Sociability and Cosmopolitanism 5
Stays and Body Image in London 10
Strathallan 15
Sublime Invention, The 5
Tea and the Tea-Table in Eighteenth-
Century England 18
Theatre of Empire, The 7
Theory and Practice in the
Eighteenth Century 12
Thomas Dunckerley and English
Freemasonry 12
Thomas Paine and America 19
Translations and Continuations 14
Travel and Tourism in Britain 16
Travel Writings of J ohn
Moore, The 26
Travels, Explorations and Empires 23
Trials for Treason and Sedition 20
United Islands? The Languages of
Resistance 8
Unpublished Letters of Henry St
J ohn, First Viscount
Bolingbroke, The 26
Victim of Fancy, The 14
Visions of an Unseen World 9
Whore Biographies 21
William Wickham, Master Spy 5
Women’s Political Writings 21
Women’s Theatrical Memoirs 15
Women’s Travel Writings in Italy 16
Women’s Travel Writings in
Revolutionary France 16
Works of Aphra Behn, The 29
Works of Daniel Defoe 28
Works of Maria Edgeworth, The 27
Works of Mary Wollstonecraft, The 29
Works of Thomas Robert
Malthus, The 29
Writing the Empire 6
Writings on Travel, Discovery and
History by Daniel Defoe 28
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