Charlotte McCarthy

Works

Life
fl.1745-65; author of The Fair Moralist (1747), with reps. to 1783 (noticed in R. & M. Loeber, Guide to Irish Fiction, 2006).

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Works
Fiction
  • [as anon.,] The Fair Moralist; Or, Love and Virtue. By a gentlewoman. To which is added, several occasional poems, by the same (London: printed for the author, and sold by B. Stichall; and Mess. Baldwin and Jefferies 1745), 101pp., 12° [BL]; Do. [another edn.], The Fair Moralist; or, love and duty. A novel. A narrative, which has its foundation in truth and nature, and at the same time that it agreeably entertains ... is entirely divested of all those images, which ... tend to inflame the minds they should instruct. ... (Dublin: printed by A. Reilly, for William Ranson, 1747), 69, [3]pp., 12°. [Copy in Leeds UL]; and Do. [facs. rep.] as The Fair Moralist [and] The Case of John Nelson [The Flowering of the Novel Ser.] (NY: Garland Pub., 1974), 101, 36pp., 18cm.
Poetry
  • The Author and Bookseller: A Dramatic Piece ... With proposals for printing by subscription, Justice and reason, faithful guides to truth ... By Charlotte McCarthy (London: for the author [1765]), 12, [4]pp., 8°;

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