Julia Ann Kemble *Cambrian Pictures: or Everyone Has Errors. (3 vols.). London: Minerva Press, (Ann of Swansea) 1810. B.M. R.I. S.P.L. Novel of manners. Summers, Blakey and Price (The English Theatre in Wales) date it as 1810, but the title page gives 1813. 1810 must be accepted as correct. N.L.W. copy has 1810. Rev. Charles Gwelygordd; or, The Child of Sin. A Tale of Welsh Origin: by the author of Lucas The Infernal Quixote, Abyssinian Reformer, Castle of St. Donats etc. etc. (3 vols.). London: Minerva Press, 1820. B.M. C.C.L. Salis. Lib. Summers and Hughes give erroneous titles. Sentimental novel. Olivia More *The Welsh Cottage, a Pleasant Tale. Wellington, Salop: Houlston, 1820. C.C.L. Salis. Lib. Sentimental novel. Went to three editions by 1828. First and third editions in N.L.W. J. Morrington -¡The Cottage of Merlin Vale. (2 vols.). London: 1809. Arthur Mower The Welsh Mountaineer. (2 vols.). London: Crosby, 1811. Salis. Lib. C.C.L. Epistolatory novel of sentiment. Mrs. F. Peck The Welsh Peasant Boy. (3 vols.). London: Minerva Press, 1808. B.M. Sentimental novel. Annabella Montgomery; or, Scenes in Wales. (2 vols.). London: Minerva Press, 1796. Salis. Plumptre Lib. One copy formerly in the Michael Sadleir collection. Novel of manners. Reviewed in The Critical Review, Vol. XIV, January 1797. p. 111. The author is perhaps the same Anne Plumptre who wrote A Narrative of a Residence in Ireland (1817). The Misses ^Neville Castle; or, the Generous Cambrians. (4 vols.). London: Dutton, 1802. Purbeck Elizabeth *The Hermit of Snowden: or, Memoirs of Albert and Lavinia. (1 vol.). London: Ryves Walter, Stalker and Richardson, 1789. Salis. Lib. B.M. Published in Dublin by Colbert (1790). Another edition published by Barker in 1793. Novel of manners set in London. W. S. Bleddyn: A Welch National Tale. (2 vols.). London: Chapple, 1820. Salis. Lib. Wickenden A prolific author, Wickenden has some 21 works listed by the B.M. Historical novel. .London: Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, 1821. William Frederic %Fitzmaurice. (2 vols.). London: Murray and Highley, 1800. Williams. William Frederic %The Witcheries of Craig Isaf. London: Minerva Press, 1804. The Critical Review Williams refers to it as 'a historical tale of the days of the Conqueror (Vol. III, Third Series, December 1804. p. 470). JAMES HENDERSON. British Columbia.