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  1. The life and correspondence of M.G. Lewis: with many pieces in prose and verse never before published by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, 2010-08-28
  2. Rosario; or, The female monk; by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, M G. 1775-1818. Monk Lewis, 2010-09-09
  3. Tales of terror and wonder by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, Henry Morley, et all 2010-08-23
  4. The isle of devils. A historical tale, founded on an anecdote in the annals of Portugal by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, 2010-08-29
  5. Life and correspondence, with many pieces in prose and verse, never before published by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, Margaret Baron- Wilson, 2010-08-20
  6. Alfonso, King of Castile: a tragedy, in five acts by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, 2010-08-18
  7. Le moine (French Edition) by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, 2010-06-15
  8. Tales of wonder; by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, Walter Scott, et all 2010-08-20
  9. The castle spectre, a drama. In five acts. First performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, on Thursday, December 14, 1797 by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, 2010-08-25
  10. Romantic tales by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, 2010-06-15
  11. Tales of terror and wonder, with an introd. by Henry Morley by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, Henry Morley, et all 2010-08-16
  12. The monk. A romance by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, 2010-08-04
  13. Journal of a residence among the Negroes in the West Indies by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, 2010-10-09
  14. The monk, a romance by M G. 1775-1818 Lewis, 2010-08-04

Lewis, MATTHEW GREGORY (17751818), English romance-writer and dramatist, often referred to as Monk Lewis, was born in London on the 9th of July 1775
Even Satan’s self with thee might dread to dwell, And in thy skull discern a deeper hell.” The Life and Correspondence of M. G. Lewis, in two volumes, was published in 1839. LEWIS, MERIWETHER (1774—1809), American explorer, was born near Charlottesville, Virginia, on the 18th of August 1774. In 1794 he volunteered with the Virginia troops called out to suppress the “ Whisky Insurrection,” was commissioned as ensign in the regular United States army in 1795, served with distinction under General Anthony Wayne in the campaigns against the Indians, and attained the rank of captain in 1797. From 1801 to 1803 he was the private secretary of President Jefferson. On the 18th of January 1803 Jefferson sent aeonfidential message to Congress urging the development of trade with the Indians of ‘the Missouri Valley and recommending that an exploring party be sent into this region, notwithstanding

2. Project Gutenberg Author Index
Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 17751818. Lewis, Sinclair, 1885-1951
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3. Mathew Lewis
The Ladys pocket library, 1809. Lewis, M. G., (17751818), Romantic tales, 1809.
Mathew Lewis
Dreams, magic terrors, spells of mighty power, Witches, and ghosts who rove at midnight hour. Horace What do you think of my having written, in the space of ten weeks, a romance of between three and four hundred pages octavo? It is called 'The Monk' ... Mathew Lewis, letter to Frances Lewis, 23 September 1794 Mathew Lewis (1775-1818), commonly known as Monk Lewis due to his authorship of The Monk (1796), was educated at Westminster and Christ College, Oxford. Whilst still a student at Oxford, Lewis visited Paris (1791) and Weimar (1792). In Weimar, Lewis met Goethe. Originally published in 1795, The Monk was a sensation. It was savagely attacked by the critics for its sexual explicitness and blasphemous nature. In subsequent editions, Lewis, now a Member of Parliament, was forced to tone down the text. There was an attempted legal action against Lewis for his attack on public morality. As with all such 'obscene' publications, the public flocked to buy it in order to express their moral outrage. Riding on the success of The Monk , Lewis embarked on a second career as a dramatist.

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5. Antiquarian Books Catalogue
119, LAWRENCE, DH / M. LEVY 120, Lewis, MATTHEW GREGORY (17751818) Lewis, MG121, Lewis, MG 122, Lewis, MG 123, Lewis, WYNDHAM (1884-1957) Lewis, W. ed.
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29x22cm. SCARCE. KF22010 \85,000. Lewis, MATTHEW GREGORY (1775-1818) 184Lewis, MG The Bravo of Venice, a Romance. Translated from German. 340pp.


176 HEARN, L.:
    Letters from Basil Hall Chamberlain to Lafcadio Hearn. 158pp.,
    11 plates. [WITH] More Letters ..., and Letters from M. Toyama,
    U. Tsubouchi, and Others. 208pp., 11 plates. Complete in 2 Vols.
    (Tokyo: Hokuseido Press, 1936-37) FIRST EDITIONS. Cloth with
    dust wrapper, top edges gilt. Very good in original slipcase.
ŸŸ HERRICK, ROBERT (1591-1674)
177 HERRICK, R.:
    The Complete Poems. Edited, with Memorial Introduction and Notes,
    blue cloth, paper label on spine. Edges uncut.
ŸŸ HOME, HENRY (LORD KAMES) (1696-1782) 178 HOME, H.:
    Historical Law-Tracts. In 2 Vols. (Edinburgh:Printed for A. Millar
ŸŸ JEWETT, SARAH ORNE (1849-1909) 179 JEWETT, S.O.:
    The Country of the Pointed Firs. 213pp. (Houghton Mifflin, 1896) FIRST EDITION. Original green cloth, gilt, good.
    Johnson Club Papers by Various Hands. xvi,276pp., 17 plates. (T. Fisher Unwin, 1899) Original buckram, gilt titled. Top edge gilt.

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8. The Monk: A Romance
Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 17751818 . The Monk A Romance
Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818 . The Monk: A Romance
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    Lewis, CS (Clive Staples), 18981963; Lewis, MG (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818; Lewis,Sinclair, 1885-1951; Liber, Maurice; Library Of Congress; Library Of Congress.

    10. Literature & Medicine Mailing List: Possible Medical Condition Of M.G. Lewis
    John Woodcock Re possible medical condition of MG Lewis (fwd) ; Previous messageJurgen Thomas Re readers, help . Re Matthew Gregory Lewis (17751818).
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    I am writing an introduction to a new edition of Matthew Gregory Lewis's
    'Journal of a West India Proprietor' for OUP World's Classics. Descriptions
    of Lewis's physical appearance, such as they are, lead me to wonder whether
    his was a case of arrested development. Can this be identified from what is
    known? The info I have isn't much, but here goes:
    is his best-known work)to his 'graceless form and dwarfish stature', and in
    Walter Scott's description: "Mat had queerish eyes-they projected like
    those of some insects, and were flattish on the orbit. His person was
    extremely small and boyish-he was indeed the least man I ever saw, to be strictly well and neatly made." [Scott said of Thomas Moore, however, that he was "A little, very little man - less, I think than Lewis, and something

    11. F&M Library: ENG 203
    1809. Lewis, MG, (17751818), Romantic tales, 1809. MacKenzie, Henry(1745-1831), The miscellaneous works of Henry Mackenzie, 1836.
    ENG 203: Studies in Eighteenth Century Literature
    A Selection of 18th Century Texts in Special Collections
    An Asylum for fugitive pieces, in prose and verse, not in any other collection: with several pieces never before published
    Bunyan, John, (1628-1688), Das angenehme opfer, oder Die vortrefflichkeit eines zerbrochenen hertzens in German], 1755.
    Grace abounding to the chief of sinners: in a faithful account of the life and death of John Bunyan
    Burney, Fanny, (1752-1840), Camilla; or, A picture of youth
    [Collyer, Mary], (d. by 1795), The Messiah, attempted from the German of Mr. Klopstock
    DeFoe, Daniel, (1661?-1731), Account of the plague in 1665
    Dictionarium sacrum seu religiosum: A dictionary of all religions, ancient and modern; Whether Jewish, pagan, Christian or Mahometan

    Fielding, Henry, (1707-1794), The history of Tom Jones, a foundling
    Select works...with a memoir... by Sir Walter Scott and an essay on his life and genius

    Godwin, William, (1756-1836), An enquiry concerning political justice; and its influence on general virtue and happiness
    Goldsmith, Oliver, (1730?-1774)

    12. F&M College Special Collections : Reynolds Family Papers
    DBCN Lewis, MG 17751818. Tales of wonder; written and collected by MGLewis In two volumes. New-York Printed by L. Nichols Co.
    Reynolds Family Papers MS 6
    Scope and Content
    The collection consists of letters, diaries, scrapbooks, hand-drawn maps, clippings, photographs, transcripts, war communications and books. Some of the items were first assembled by members of the Reynolds family in the mid-1860's, with family ownership of the material being continuous up until the collection's transferral to Franklin and Marshall College. It is the understanding of the department that items relating to the daughters of John and Lydia Moore Reynolds have been retained by the family. The earliest item in the collection dates from 1756 with the bulk of the material covering the period from 1830 - 1880 and consisting of mostly William Reynolds (1815 - 1879) and John Fulton Reynolds items. Scrapbooks were compiled by Eleanor Reynolds; books (monographs) that were included in the Reynolds Family Papers are probably from the personal library of James Lefevre Reynolds. These books are listed at the end of the manuscript collection inventory. The journals which William Reynolds wrote during the U.S. Exploring Expedition are available on microfilm. In addition to the written inventory, there is a card index, compiled by Anne Hoffman Cleaver, which provides chronological access to the correspondence contained in the Reynolds Family Papers.

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    Lewis, MG (Matthew Gregory) (17751818) Works by this author Monk, a romance,The. Copyright 2001 Keith Ito. All Rights Reserved. Admin Control Panel., M. G. (Ma

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    Monk, a romance, The by Lewis, MG (Matthew Gregory) (17751818). Copyright2001 Keith Ito. All Rights Reserved. Admin Control Panel.

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    17. Journal Of A Residence Among The Negroes In The West Indies
    Lewis, MG (Matthew Gregory), 17751818 . Journal of a Residence amongthe Negroes in the West Indies Electronic Text Center, University
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  • 18. Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Table Of Contents
    + Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan, 18141873. + Lever, Charles, 1806-1872. + Lewis,MG (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818. + Linton, E. Lynn (Elizabeth Lynn) 1822-1898.

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    and the copyright holder. Lewis, MG (Matthew Gregory), 17751818, CrazyJane. Lewis, MG (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818, The Isle of Devils.
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    Lamb, Caroline, Lady, 1785-1828 Fugitive pieces and Reminiscences of Lord Byron: containing an entire new edition of the Hebrew melodies, with the addition of several never before published; the whole illustrated with critical, historical, theatrical, political, and theological remarks, notes, anecdotes, interesting conversations, and observations, made by that illustrious poet: together with his Lordship's autograph; also some original poetry, letters and recollections of Lady Caroline Lamb. By I. Nathan
    London Whittaker, Treacher, and Co.
    xxxvi, 196 p. Only verse by Lamb included. Lamb, Caroline, Lady, 1785-1828 Glenarvon. In Three Volumes
    London Printed for Henry Colburn
    3 v. Preliminaries omitted; verse extracted from prose text Lamb, Caroline, Lady, 1785-1828 A new canto
    London Printed for William Wright [etc.]
    16 p. Preliminaries omitted. Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834 Beauty and the Beast; or, The Enchanted Rose: A poetical version of an ancient tale. Illustrated with a series of engravings, and Beauty's song at her spinning wheel, Set to Music by Mr. Whittaker. Second Edition

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    Author Summers, Montague, 1880-1948. Title The Gothic quest : a history of the Gothic novel / by Montague Summers. Publisher LOCATION CALL # STATUS DBW stack DUE 03-04-09 DBW stack c.2 IN LIBRARY Description Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Donation GSLIS Library donation: DBWSTK copy 2. Subject Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818. Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818 Criticism and interpretation. English fiction 18th century History and criticism. Romanticism England. ... Gothic revival (Literature) England. GSLIS Library donation Variant ti History of the Gothic novel, and its successors LCCN

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