New Releases

Scheduled for December 2020

  • A German Barber-Surgeon in the Atlantic Slave Trade: The Seventeenth-Century Journal of Johann Peter Oettinger (Studies in Early Modern German History) by Johann Peter Oettinger, Craig Koslofsky, Roberto Zaugg (ISBN-13: 978-0813944456)
  • Against Popery: Britain, Empire, and Anti-Catholicism (Early American Histories) by Evan Haefeli (ISBN-13: 978-0813944913)
  • Association and Enlightenment: Scottish Clubs and Societies, 1700-1830 (Studies in Eighteenth-Century Scotland) by Mark C. Wallace, Jane Rendall et all (ISBN-13: 978-1684482672)
  • Bloody Ban: Banastre Tarleton and the American Revolution, 1776 – 1783 by Oscar E. Gilbert, Catherine R. Gilbert (ISBN-13: 978-1611214857)
  • Britain’s Greatest Prime Minister: Lord Liverpool by Martin Hutchinson (ISBN-13: 978-0718895631)
  • Casanova in the Enlightenment: From the Margins to the Centre (UCLA Clark Memorial Library Series by Malina Stefanovska (ISBN-13: 978-1487506643)
  • Debauched, Desperate, Deranged: Women Who Killed, London 1674-1913 by Carolyn A. Conley (ISBN-13: 978-0198863038)
  • Divining Nature: Aesthetics of Enchantment in Enlightenment France by Tili Boon Cuillé (ISBN-13: 978-1503613362)
  • Frederick the Great’s Philosophical Writings by King Frederick II, Avi Lifschitz, Angela Scholar
  • Futures of Enlightenment Poetry by Dustin D. Stewart (ISBN-13: 978-0198857792)
  • Hemispheres and Stratospheres: The Idea and Experience of Distance in the International Enlightenment (Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850) by Kevin L. Cope et all (ISBN-13: 978-1684482023)
  • Ideas and Practices in the History of Medicine, 1650–1820 by Adrian Wilson (ISBN-13: 978-0367739744)
  • Interest and Connection in the Eighteenth Century: Hervey, Johnson, Smith, Equiano by Jacob Sider Jost (ISBN-13: 978-0813945040)
  • Jean-Henri Riesener: Cabinetmaker to Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette by Helen Jacobsen, Rufus Bird, Mia Jackson (ISBN-13: 978-1781300909)
  • Johann Bernhard Basedow and the Transformation of Modern Education: Educational Reform in the German Enlightenment by Robert B. Louden (ISBN-13: 978-1350163669)
  • Kowtow: Georgian Britain, Imperial China and the Irishman Who Introduced Them by Eoin McDonnell (ISBN-13: 978-1781558218)
  • La campagne de 1814: Quand napoléon redevient general by Gilles Boué (ISBN-13: 978-2847955057)
  • Napoleon’s Peninsular War: The French Experience of the War in Spain from Vimeiro to Corunna, 1808 – 1809 by Paul L. Dawson (ISBN-13: 978-1526754097)
  • Napoleon Absent, Coalition Ascendant: The 1799 Campaign in Italy and Switzerland, Volume 1 by Carl von Clausewitz & Nicholas Murray (ISBN-13: 978-0700630257)
  • Napoleons Kampf um die Elb-Linie 1813: Die operative Entwicklung zur Schlacht bei Leipzig by Wolfgang Handrick (ISBN-13: 978-3963600371)
  • Navigating the Old English Poor Law: The Kirkby Lonsdale Letters, 1809-1836 (Records of Social and Economic History) by Peter Jones, Steven King (ISBN-13: 978-0197266816)
  • Negotiating Abolition: The Antislavery Project in the British Strait Settlements, 1786-1843 by Shawna Herzog (ASIN : B08NSYGR5V)
  • Noble Volunteers: The British Soldiers Who Fought the American Revolution by Don N. Hagist, Rick Atkinson (ISBN-13: 978-1594163494)
  • Oriental Networks: Culture, Commerce, and Communication in the Long Eighteenth Century by Bärbel Czennia, Greg Clingham et all (ISBN-13: 978-1684482726)
  • Oriental Wells: The Early Romantic Poets and Their Eastern Muse by Md. Monirul Islam (ISBN-13: 978-9389165203)
  • Portraiture and Friendship in Enlightenment France by Jessica L. Fripp (ISBN-13: 978-1644532010)
  • Rethinking the Romantic Era: Androgynous Subjectivity and the Recreative in the Writings of Mary Robinson, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Mary Shelley by Kathryn S. Freeman (ISBN-13: 978-1350167407)
  • Slave Empire: How Slavery Built Modern Britain by Padraic X. Scanlan (ISBN-13: 978-1472142351)
  • Swansea Copper: A Global History by Chris Evans, Louise Miskell (ISBN-13: 978-1421439112)
  • The best address in town: Henrietta Street, Dublin and its first residents (1720-80) by Dr Melanie Hayes (ISBN-13: 978-1846828478)
  • The Jewish Eighteenth Century: A European Biography, 1700-1750 (Olamot Series in Humanities and Social Sciences) by Shmuel Feiner und Jeffrey M. Green (ISBN-13: 978-0253049452)
  • The Late Eighteenth-Century Confluence of British-German Sentimental Literature: The Lessing Brothers, Henry Mackenzie, Goethe, and Jane Austen by Xiaohu Jiang (ISBN-13: 978-1793618504)
  • The Literary Economy of Jane Austen and George Crabbe by Colin Winborn (ISBN-13: 978-1138621091)
  • The Royal Navy in Indigenous Australia, 1795-1855: Maritime Encounters and British Museum Collections (Palgrave Studies in Pacific History) by Daniel Simpson (ISBN-13: 978-3030600969)
  • The Shaping of French National Identity: Narrating the Nation’s Past, 1715-1830 (New Studies in European History) by Matthew D’Auria (ISBN-13: 978-1107128095)
  • The Solfeggio Tradition: A Forgotten Art of Melody in the Long Eighteenth Century by Nicholas Baragwanath (ISBN-13: 978-0197514085)
  • Uniforms of the Armies at Waterloo: Volume 3: Prussian Army by Sir Charles Lyall (ISBN-13: 978-3963600296)
  • Vagrant Figures: Law, Literature, and the Origins of the Police (The Lewis Walpole Series in Eighteenth-Century Culture and History) by Sal Nicolazzo (ISBN-13: 978-0300241310)
  • Witness to the Revolution: Jean-Baptiste Louvet, 1760-1797 by Bette W. Oliver (ISBN-13: 978-1793618535)
  • Women’s Economic Thought in the Romantic Age: Towards a Transdisciplinary Herstory of Economic Thought (Routledge IAFFE Advances in Feminist Economics) by Joanna Rostek (ISBN-13: 978-0367074272)

 

Scheduled for November 2020

  • A Bibliography of 18th Century Numismatic Books: Volume VI by Christian Dekesel, Yvette Dekesel-de Ruyck
  • A General History of the Lives, Murders and Adventures of the Most Notorious Highwaymen by Captain Charles Johnson, Sam Willis
  • Association and Enlightenment: Scottish Clubs and Societies, 1700-1830 (Studies in Eighteenth-Century Scotland) by Mark C. Wallace
  • Britain’s Rise to Global Superpower in the Age of Napoleon by William Nester
  • Casanova in the Enlightenment: From the Margins to the Centre (UCLA Clark Memorial Library Series) by Malina Stefanovska
  • Debauched, Desperate, Deranged: Women Who Killed, London 1674-1913 by Carolyn A. Conley
  • Early Military Rifles: 1740–1850 by Balázs Németh, Johnny Shumate, Alan Gilliland
  • Eine Löwin im Kampf gegen Napoleon?: Die Konstruktion der Heldin Katharina Lanz (German) by Raffaella Sarti, Margareth Lanzinger
  • England Re-Oriented: How Central and South Asian Travelers Imagined the West, 1750–1857 (Critical Perspectives on Empire) by Humberto Garcia
  • Goethe und Carl August: Wechselfälle einer Freundschaft (German) by Sigrid Damm
  • L’Europe au temps de Napoléon (French Edition) by Collectif
  • Les Guerres napoléoniennes (Histoire) (French Edition) by Alexander Mikaberidze
  • Masculinity and Danger on the Eighteenth-Century Grand Tour by Sarah Goldsmith
  • Measures for Measure: Geology and the industrial revolution by Mike Leeder
  • Mutiny on the Spanish Main: HMS Hermione and the Royal Navy’s revenge by Angus Konstam
  • Napoléon (Collection BNF) by Charles-Eloi Vial
  • Napoleon and the Operational Art of War: Essays in Honor of Donald D. Horward. (Revised and Extended Edition): 110 (History of Warfare) by Michael V. Leggiere
  • Napoléon. La fin et le commencement (Des hommes qui ont fait la France) (French) by Philippe Forest
  • Napoleon’s Peninsular War: The French Experience of the War in Spain from Vimeiro to Corunna, 1808-1809 by Paul L Dawson
  • Navigating the Old English Poor Law: The Kirkby Lonsdale Letters, 1809-1836: 62 (Records of Social and Economic History) by Peter Jones, Steven King
  • Polish Eyewitnesses to Napoleon’s 1812 Campaign: Advance and Retreat in Russia by Marek Tadeusz Lalowski, Jonathan North
  • Reminiscences of a Jacobite: The Untold Story of the Rising of 1745 by Michael Nevin
  • Sex and Sexuality in Georgian Britain by Mike Rendell
  • Sex in an Old Regime City: Young Workers and Intimacy in France, 1660-1789 by Julie Hardwick
  • Slave Empire: How Slavery Built Modern Britain by Padraic X. Scanlan
  • Strata: William Smith’s Geological Maps by Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Robert MacFarlane, Douglas Palmer
  • The Elder Sons of George III: Kings, Princes, and a Grand Old Duke by Catherine Curzon
  • The Cancer Problem: Malignancy in Nineteenth-Century Britain by Agnes Arnold-Forster
  • The Enlightenment: The Pursuit of Happiness 1680-1790 by Ritchie Robertson
  • The French at Waterloo: Eyewitness Accounts: 2nd and 6th Corps, Cavalry, Artillery, Foot Guard and Medical Services by Andrew W Field
  • The French Campaigns in the American Revolution, 1780-1783: The Diary of Count of Lauberdière, General Rochambeau’s Nephew and Aide-de-camp by Norman Desmarais
  • The Great Waterloo Controversy: The Story of the 52nd Foot at History’s Greatest Battle by Gareth Glover
  • The Interest: How the British Establishment Resisted the Abolition of Slavery by Michael Taylor
  • The Military History Geek’s Guide To. . .The Peninsular War, Volume 1: The Battles of Vimeiro, Corunna and Talavera by Christian Parkinson
  • The Paper Chase: The Printer, the Spymaster, and the Hunt for the Rebel Pamphleteers by Joseph Hone
  • The Time Traveller’s Guide to Regency Britain by Ian Mortimer
  • Unhomely Empire: Whiteness and Belonging, c.1760-1830 (Empire’s Other Histories Book 2) by Onni Gust
  • War at Saber Point: Banastre Tarleton and the British Legion by John Knight
  • Wellington’s Light Division in the Peninsular War: The Formation of Wellington’s Famous Fighting Force, 1810 by Robert Burnham

 

Scheduled for October 2020

  • Beethoven: Die Bonner Jahre by Norbert Schlossmacher
  • Diseases in the District of Maine 1772 – 1820: The Unpublished Work of Jeremiah Barker, a Rural Physician in New England by Richard J. Kahn
  • Forms, Formats and the Circulation of Knowledge: British Printscape’s Innovations, 1688-1832 (Library of the Written Word / Library of the Written Word -) by Louisiane Ferlier and Benedicte Miyamoto
  • George III (Penguin Monarchs): Madness and Majesty by Jeremy Black
  • Germantown: A Military History of the Battle for Philadelphia, October 4, 1777 by Michael C. Harris
  • Last Libertines by Benedetta Craveri
  • Material Literacy in Eighteenth-Century Britain (Material Culture of Art and Design): A Nation of Makers by Serena Dyer and Chloe Wigston Smith
  • Music, Pantomime and Freedom in Enlightenment France by Hedy Law
  • Mutiny on the Spanish Main: HMS Hermione and the Royal Navy’s revenge by Angus Konstam
  • Prussia’s Glory: Rossbach and Leuthen 1757 by Christopher Duffy
  • Napoleons nalatenschap (Dutch Edition) by Lotte Jensen (Editor)
  • Occupied America: British Military Rule and the Experience of Revolution (Early American Studies) by Donald F. Johnson
  • Rogue Revolutionaries: The Fight for Legitimacy in the Greater Caribbean (Early American Studies) by Vanessa Mongey
  • Romanticism’s Other Minds: Poetry, Cognition, and the Science of Sociability (Cognitive Approaches to Culture) by John Savarese
  • Studies in Irish Georgian Silver by Alison FitzGerald
  • The Dutch Overseas Empire, 1600–1800 by Pieter C. Emmer and Jos J.L. Gommans
  • The Guitar in Georgian England: A Social and Musical History by Christopher Page
  • The History of British Industry: The Birth of the Industrial Revolution 1700 – 1825 by Peter Pugh
  • Town: Prints and Drawings of Britain Before 1800 by Bernard Nurse
  • The Riddle of the Rosetta: How an English Polymath and a French Polyglot Discovered the Meaning of Egyptian Hieroglyphs by Jed Z. Buchwald

Scheduled for September 2020

  • Beethoven, A Life by Jan Caeyers
  • Black Freedom in the Age of Slavery: Race, Status, and Identity in the Urban Americas (The Carolina Lowcountry and the Atlantic World) by John Garrison Marks
  • Black Spartacus: The Epic Life of Toussaint Louverture by Sudhir Hazareesingh
  • Blood on the River: A Chronicle of Mutiny and Freedom on the Wild Coast by Marjoleine Kars
  • Britain’s Black Regiments: Fighting for Empire and Equality by Barry Renfrew
  • British Art and the East India Company, Volume 18, by Geoff Quilley
  • British Traders in the East Indies, 1770-1820 – `At Home in the Eastern Seas` (Worlds of the East India Company) by W. G. Miller
  • Captain Cook Rediscovered: Voyaging to the Icy Latitudes by David L. Nicandri
  • Credit and Power: The Paradox at the Heart of the British National Debt (Routledge Studies in Modern British History) by Simon Sherratt
  • Diseases in the District of Maine 1772 – 1820: The Unpublished Work of Jeremiah Barker, a Rural Physician in New England by Richard J. Kahn
  • Europe Under Napoleon by Michael Broers
  • First Map: How James Cook Charted Aotearoa New Zealand by Tessa Duder, David Elliot
  • Fighting Terror after Napoleon: How Europe Became Secure after 1815 by Beatrice de Graaf
  • Goya: A Portrait of the Artist by Janis Tomlinson
  • Hearing Enslaved Voices: African and Indian Slave Testimony in British and French America, 1700–1848 (Routledge Studies) by Sophie White , Trevor Burnard
  • Hidden Valuables: Early-Period Meissen Porcelains from Swiss Private Collections by Sarah-Katharina Andres-Acevedo, Alfredo Reyes, Röbbig München
  • Jeoffry: The Poet’s Cat by Oliver Soden
  • Jews in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Charity, Community and Religion, 1830-1880 by Alysa Levene
  • Kinaesthesia and Classical Antiquity 1750-1820: Moved by Stone (Bloomsbury Studies in Classical Reception) by Helen Slaney
  • Lady Charlotte Guest: The Exceptional Life of a Female Industrialist (Trailblazing Women) by Victoria Owens
  • Labour and the Poor, Volume I – X (The Morning Chronicle’s Labour and the Poor), various authors
  • Life in the Red Coat: The British Soldier 1721-1815: Proceedings of the 2019 Helion and Company ‘From Reason to Revolution’ Conference by Andrew Bamford
  • Mad and Bad: Real Heroines of the Regency by Bea Koch
  • Making the Modern Artist – Culture, Class and Art-Educational Opportunity in Romantic Britain (Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art) by Martin Myrone
  • Maria Edgeworth by Clíona Ó Gallchoir
  • Marie Antoinette’s World: Intrigue, Infidelity, and Adultery in Versailles by Will Bashor
  • More Than Mere Spectacle: Coronations and Inaugurations in the Habsburg Monarchy during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: 31 (Austrian and Habsburg Studies) by Klaas Van Gelder, Helen Watanabe-O’Kelly
  • New Beethoven: Evolution, Analysis, Interpretation (Eastman Studies in Music) by Jeremy Yudkin
  • Not Made by Slaves: Ethical Capitalism in the Age of Abolition by Bronwen Everill
  • Piranesi Unbound by Carolyn Yerkes
  • Prussia’s Glory: Rossbach and Leuthen 1757 by Christopher Duffy
  • Radical Conduct: Politics, Sociability and Equality in London 1789-1815 by Mark Philp
  • Science, Utility and British Naval Technology, 1793–1815: Samuel Bentham and the Royal Dockyards (Routledge Studies in Modern British History) by Roger Morriss
  • Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture: Volume 49 by Eve Tavor Bannet, Roxann Wheeler
  • The Athenaeum: ‘More Than Just Another London Club’ by Michael Wheeler
  • The Bloody Flag: Mutiny in the Age of Atlantic Revolution: 30 (California World History Library) by Niklas Frykman
  • The Duke of Wellington in 100 Objects by Gareth Glover
  • The Idea of Europe and the Origins of the American Revolution by D.H. Robinson
  • The persistence of memory: Remembering slavery in Liverpool, ‘slaving capital of the world’ (Liverpool Studies in International Slavery) by Jessica Moody
  • The Place of Many Moods: Udaipur’s Painted Lands and India’s Eighteenth Century by Dipti Khera
  • The Press and the People: Cheap Print and Society in Scotland, 1500-1785 by Adam Fox
  • The Rise and Fall of James Busby: His Majesty’s British Resident in New Zealand by Paul Moon
  • The Selected Papers of John Jay by John Jay, Elizabeth M. Nuxoll
  • Wellington: The Road to the Lion’s Mound 1769 – 1815 by Daniel Res
  • Wellington’s Favourite Engineer: John Burgoyne: The Making of a Field Marshal (From Reason to Revolution) by Mark S. Thompson
  • Women and the Art and Science of Collecting in Eighteenth-Century Europe (The Histories of Material Culture and Collecting, 1700-1950) by Arlene Leis, Kacie L. Wills
  • Writing Lives in the Eighteenth Century (Apercus: Histories Texts Cultures) by Tanya M. Caldwell

Scheduled for August 2020

  • A History of the Highland Clearances: Agrarian Transformation and the Evictions 1746-1886 (4 Volumes) by Eric Richards
  • Bound for the East Indies: Halsewell-A Shipwreck that Gripped the Nation by Andrew Norman
  • Classical Caledonia: History and Myth in Eighteenth-Century Scotland by Alan Montgomery
  • Debating the Revolution: Britain in the 1790s by Chris Evans
  • Dettingen 1743: Miracle on the Main (Campaign) by Michael McNally, Seán Ó’Brógáin
  • English Education in India, 1715-1835: Half-Caste, Missionary, and Secular Stages by Rajesh Kochhar
  • Free People of Color in the Spanish Atlantic: Race and Citizenship, 1780–1850 by Federica Morelli
  • From Across the Sea: North Americans in Nelson’s Navy (From Reason to Revolution) by Sean M. Heuvel, John A. Rodgaard
  • Jefferson’s Muslim Fugitives: The Lost Story of Enslaved Africans, their Arabic Letters, and an American President by Jeffrey Einboden
  • Life in Revolutionary France by Mette Harder and Jennifer N. Heuer
  • Miniatures (Bilingual edition): from the Time of Napoleon in the Tansey Collection by Bernd Pappe, Juliane Schmieglitz-Otten
  • Money for Nothing: The Scientists, Fraudsters, and Corrupt Politicians Who Reinvented Money, Panicked a Nation, and Made the World Rich by Thomas Levenson
  • Neither Up Nor Down: The British Army and the Campaign in Flanders 1793-95 (From Reason to Revolution) by Philip Ball
  • Planting the World: Joseph Banks and his Collectors: An Adventurous History of Botany by Jordan Goodman
  • Play in the Age of Goethe: Theories, Narratives, and Practices of Play Around 1800 (New Studies in the Age of Goethe) by Edgar Landgraf
  • The 10 Key Campaigns of the American Revolution by Edward G Lengel
  • The Army of George II 1727-1760: The Soldiers who Forged an Empire (From Reason to Revolution) by Peter Brown
  • The Cambridge History of the Gothic: Volume 1, Gothic in the Long Eighteenth Century: Volume 1: Gothic in the Long Eighteenth Century by Angela Wright, Dale Townshend
  • The Cultural Memory of Georgian Glasgow by Lamont Craig
  • The Daughters of George III: Sisters and Princesses by Catherine Curzon
  • The Ephemeral Eighteenth Century: Print, Sociability, and the Cultures of Collecting (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism) by Gillian Russell
  • The Great Inoculator: The Untold Story of Daniel Sutton and his Medical Revolution by Gavin Weightman
  • The Jews of Eighteenth-Century Jamaica: A Testamentary History of a Diaspora in Transition by Stanley Mirvis
  • The Light Division in the Peninsular War, 1811-1814 by Tim Saunders and Rob Yuill
  • The Wardian Case: How a Simple Box Moved Plants and Changed the World by Luke Keog
  • Unmarried Women of the Country Estate: Four Stories from 17th-20th Century by Charlotte Furness
  • Wellington at Bay: The Battle of Villamuriel, 25 October 1812 (From Reason to Revolution) by Garry David Wills

Scheduled for July 2020

  • Access to History: Britain 1783-1885 by Benjamin Armstrong
  • A Philosopher’s Economist: Hume and the Rise of Capitalism by Margaret Schabas, Carl Wennerlind
  • A War of Ideas: British Attitudes to the Wars Against Revolutionary France, 1792-1802 (Routledge Revivals) by Emma Vincent Macleod
  • Beyond Autonomy in Eighteenth-Century British and German Aesthetics (Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-Century Philosophy) by Karl Axelsson, Camilla Flodin, Mattias Pirholt
  • Building the French Empire, 1600-1800: Colonialism and Material Culture (Studies in Imperialism) by Benjamin Steiner
  • Credit and Debt in Eighteenth Century England: An Economic History of Debtors’ Prisons (Perspectives in Economic and Social History) by Alexander Wakelam
  • Criminal Justice During the Long Eighteenth Century: Theatre, Representation and Emotion by David Lemmings, Allyson N. May
  • Cultures of Improvement in Scottish Romanticism, 1707-1840 by Alex Benchimol, Gerard Lee McKeever
  • English Paleography and Manuscript Culture, 1500-1800 by Kathryn James
  • George and Robert Stephenson: Pioneer Inventors and Engineers by Anthony Burton
  • Imperial Mud: The Fight for the Fens by James Boyce
  • Jane Austen: Writing, Society, Politics by Tom Keymer
  • Lesbian Dames: Sapphism in the Long Eighteenth Century by Caroline Gonda and John C. Beynon
  • On the Road With Wellington: Diary of a War Commissary in the Peninsular Campaign (Napoleonic Library) by A L F Schaumann
  • Performing Jane by Sarah Glosson
  • Privateering and Diplomacy, 1793–1807: Great Britain, Denmark-Norway and the Question of Neutral Ports by Atle L. Wold
  • Semantics and Cultural Change in the British Enlightenment: New Words and Old (Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History) by Carey McIntosh
  • The Agency of Objects in English Prose, 1789–1832: Conspicuous Things by Nikolina Hatton
  • The Good Sharps: The Brothers and Sisters Who Remade Their World by Hester Grant
  • The Merchant Ship in the British Atlantic, 1600-1800 (Technology and Change in History) by Phillip Reid
  • The Sieges of the ’45: Siege Warfare during the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745-1746 (Reason to Revolution) by Jonathan D. Oates
  • The Tastemakers – British Dealers and the Anglo-Gallic Interior, 1785-1865 by Diana Davis
  • Treason and Rebellion in the British Atlantic, 1685-1800 by Gwenda Morgan and Peter Rushton
  • Waterloo: Myth and Reality by Gareth Glover
  • William Morgan: Eighteenth Century Mathematician, Scientist, Radical (Scientists of Wales) by Nicola Bruton Bennetts
  • Women and Politeness in Eighteenth-Century England: Bodies, Identities, and Power by Soile Ylivuori

Scheduled for June 2020

  • Bicentennial Essays on Jane Austen’s Afterlives (Historical Women’s Writing) by Annika Bautz and Sarah Wootton
  • Busks, Basques and Brush-Braid: British dressmaking in the 18th and 19th centuries (Kindle Edition) by Pam Inder and Pari Thomson
  • Catharine Macaulay’s Republican Enlightenment by Karen Green
  • Downward Mobility: The Form of Capital and the Sentimental Novel by Katherine Binhammer
  • France before 1789: The Unraveling of an Absolutist Regime (Kindle Edition) by Jon Elster
  • General Peter Muhlenberg: A Virginia Officer of the Continental Line (Journal of the American Revolution Books) by Michael Cecere
  • Germantown: A Military History of the Battle for Philadelphia, October 4, 1777 by Michael C. Harris 
  • Gothic Architecture and Sexuality in the Circle of Horace Walpole by Matthew M. Reeve |
  • Jamaica Ladies (Published by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and the University of North Carolina Press) by Christine Walker
  • Jonas Hanway’s Scurrilous, Scandalous, Shockingly Sensational Umbrella by Josh Crute
  • Lothario’s Corpse (Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850) by Daniel Gustafson
  • Making the British Empire, 1660-1800 (Studies in Imperialism) by Jason Peacey
  • Napoléon en 1000 dates (Histoire) by Anonyme
  • Napoleons felttog 1815. Waterloo (Danish Edition) (Kindle Edition) by N. P. Jensen (Author)
  • Napoleon’s Stolen Army: How the Royal Navy Rescued a Spanish Army in the Baltic (From Reason to Revolution) by John Marsden
  • Private Madhouses in England, 1640–1815: Commercialised Care for the Insane (Mental Health in Historical Perspective) by Leonard Smith
  • Rebellious Scots to Crush: The Military Response to the Jacobite ’45 (From Reason to Revolution) by Andrew Bamford
  • Recollections of Life on the Prison Ship Jersey by Thomas Dring and David Swain
  • Scharnhorst: The Formative Years, 1755-1801 (From Reason to Revolution) by Charles Edward White
  • The Caesar of Paris: Napoleon Bonaparte, Rome, and the Artistic Obsession that Shaped an Empire by Susan Jaque
  • The Collected Letters of Sir Humphry Davy by Tim Fulford and Sharon Ruston
  • The Discourse of Desperation: Late 18th and Early 19th Century Letters by Paupers, Prisoners, and Rogues (Routledge Studies in Linguistics) by Ivor Timmis
  • The History of Cartography, Volume 4: Cartography in the European Enlightenment by Matthew H. Edney and Mary Sponberg Pedley
  • The World That Fear Made (Early American Studies) by Jason T. Sharples
  • War Against Smallpox: Edward Jenner and the Global Spread of Vaccination by Michael Bennett
  • Waterloo Letters: A Collection of Accounts from Survivors of the Campaign of 1815 (Napoleonic Library) by H T Siborne
  • Women Writers and the Nation’s Past 1790-1860: Empathetic Histories by Mary Spongberg

Scheduled for May 2020

  • Age Relations and Cultural Change in Eighteenth-Century England (Studies in Early Modern Cultural, Political and Social History) by Barbara Crosbie
  • Black Abolitionists in Ireland (Routledge Studies in Modern European History) by Christine Kinealy
  • Bündnisse: Politische, soziale und intellektuelle Allianzen im Jahrhundert der Aufklärung (German Edition) by Franz M. Eybl, Daniel Fulda
  • Commerce and Manners in Edmund Burke’s Political Economy by Gregory M. Collins
  • Coquettes, Wives, and Widows: Gender Politics in French Baroque Opera and Theater (Eastman Studies in Music) by Marcie Ray
  • Cornelius Collett and the Suffolk Yeomanry, 1794 – Defending Suffolk against the French (Suffolk Records Society) by Margaret Thomas
  • Defending Privilege: Rights, Status, and Legal Peril in the British Novel Kindle Edition by Nicole Mansfield Wright
  • Disinformation in Mass Media: Gluck, Piccinni and the Journal de Paris (Royal Musical Association Monographs) by Beverly Jerold
  • Georgian Recipes and Remedies: A Country Lady’s Household Handbook by Michael J Rochford
  • Hunting the Last Great Pirate: Benito de Soto and the Rape of the Morning by Michael Edward Ashton Ford
  • In the Time of the Revolution: Living the War of American Independence by Alan Axelrod
  • Island on Fire: The Revolt That Ended Slavery in the British Empire by Tom Zoellner
  • Maurice de Saxe and the Conquest of the Austrian Netherlands 1744-1748: Volume 1 The Ghosts of Dettingen (From Reason to Revolution) by Michael McNally
  • Merchants of Medicines: The Commerce and Coercion of Health in Britain’s Long Eighteenth Century by Zachary Dorner
  • Play in the Age of Goethe: Theories, Narratives, and Practices of Play around 1800 (New Studies in the Age of Goethe) by Edgar Landgraf, Elliott Schreiber, et al.
  • Shoddy: From Devil’s Dust to the Renaissance of Rags by Hanna Rose Shell
  • The Candle and the Guillotine: Revolution and Justice in Lyon, 1789–93 (Berghahn Monographs in French Studies Book 17) by Julie Patricia Johnson
  • The Closet: The Eighteenth-Century Architecture of Intimacy by Danielle Bobker
  • The Military in the Early Modern World: A Comparative Approach (Herrschaft Und Soziale Systeme in Der Fruehen Neuzeit) by Markus Meumann, Andrea Puhringer
  • Whampoa and the Canton Trade: Life and Death in a Chinese Port, 1700 – 1842 by Paul A. Van Dyke
  • Writing the Self, Creating Community: German Women Authors and the Literary Sphere, 1750-1850 (Women and Gender in German Studies) by Elisabeth Krimmer, Lauren Nossett

Scheduled for April 2020

  • A Pocket Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue by Captain Francis Grose and Steve Mockus
  • Britain’s War Against the Slave Trade: The Operations of the Royal Navy’s West Africa Squadron 1807-1867 by Anthony Sullivan
  • Brunel’s Big Railway: Creation of the Great Western Railway by Robin Jones
  • Building the Irish Courthouse and Prison: A political history, 1750-1850 by Richard Butler
  • Goethes Spätwerk / On Late Goethe by Kai Sina and David E Wellbery
  • Mr Percy: Portrait Modeller in Coloured Wax: The Miniatures and Tableaux of Samuel Percy by Ruth Ord-Hume
  • Mrs. Paddington and the Silver Mousetraps: A Hair-Raising History of Women’s Hairstyles in 18th-Century London by Gail Skroback Hennessey
  • Murder on the Middle Passage – The Trial of Captain Kimber by Nicholas Rogers
  • Napoleon’s Paris: A Guide to the Napoleonic Sites of the Consulate and First French Empire 1799-1815 by David Buttery
  • Nationalism and Revolution in Europe, 1763-1848 by Dean Kostantaras
  • Radical Wordsworth: The Poet Who Changed the World by Jonathan Bate
  • Romantic Automata (Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850) by Michael Demson (editor) et al
  • Sons of the Waves: The Common Seaman in the Heroic Age of Sail by Stephen Taylor
  • The Age of Phillis (Wesleyan Poetry) by Honorée Fanonne Jeffers
  • The Battles of Connecticut Farms and Springfield, 1780 (Small Battles) by Edward G Lengel
  • The Classical Body in Romantic Britain (Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art) by Cora Gilroy–ware
  • The Classical School: The Turbulent Birth of Economics in Twenty Extraordinary Lives by Callum Williams
  • The Fall of the House of Byron: Scandal and Seduction in Georgian England by Emily Brand
  • The Fight for Scottish Democracy: Rebellion and Reform in 1820 by Murray Armstrong
  • The French at Waterloo: Eyewitness Accounts: Napoleon, Imperial Headquarters and 1st Corps by Andrew W. Field
  • The Light Division in the Peninsular War, 1808-1811 by Tim Saunders, Rob Yuill
  • The Multifarious Mr. Banks: From Botany Bay to Kew, The Natural Historian Who Shaped the World by Toby Musgrave
  • Theodore Gericault, Painting Black Bodies: Confrontations and Contradictions (Routledge Research in Art and Race) by Albert Alhadeff
  • The Revolution in Freedoms of Press and Speech: From Blackstone to the First Amendment and Fox’s Libel Act by Wendell Bird
  • Wellington and the British Army’s Indian Campaigns 1798 – 1805 by Martin R Howard

Scheduled for March 2020

  • A People’s History of Classics: Class and Greco-Roman Antiquity in Britain and Ireland 1689 to 1939 by Edith Hall, Henry Stead
  • A People`s History of India 23 – The Establishment of British Rule, 1757-1813 by Amar Farooqui
  • American Travellers in Liverpool by David Seed
  • Beside the Bard – Scottish poetry in the age of Burns (Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850) by George S. Christian
  • Creating Dorset Buttons: A Classic Craft Made New by Pat Olski
  • Eating the Empire: Food and Society in Eighteenth-Century Britain by Troy Bickham
  • Eighteenth-Century Literature and Childhood Emotions: Childish Passions (Critical Approaches to Children’s Literature) by L. Joy
  • From Silence to Sound: Beethoven`s Beginnings by Jeremy Yudkin
  • Holy Madness: Romantics, Patriots And Revolutionaries 1776-1871 by Adam Zamoyski
  • Irish Literature in Transition, 1700–1780: Volume 1 by Moyra Haslett
  • Irish Literature in Transition, 1780-1830: Volume 2 by Claire Connolly
  • Jamaica in the Age of Revolution by Trevor Burnard
  • Jane Austen Embroidery: Authentic embroidery projects for modern stitchers by Jennie Batchelor and Alison Larkin
  • Language and the Grand Tour: Linguistic Experiences of Travelling in Early Modern Europe by Arturo Tosi
  • Lifestyle and Medicine in the Enlightenment: The Six Non-Naturals in the Long Eighteenth Century (Routledge Studies in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine) by James Kennaway and Rina Knoeff
  • Listening to China: Sound and the Sino-Western Encounter, 1770-1839 (New Material Histories of Music) by Thomas Irvine
  • Literary Manuscript Culture in Romantic Britain (Edinburgh Critical Studies in Romanticism) by Michelle Levy
  • Mailrunning: three eighteenth-century Atlantic lives by Sally Jeffery
  • Manliness in Britain, 1760-1900: Bodies, Emotion, and Material Culture (Studies in Design and Material Culture) by Joanne Begiato
  • Masculinity on the Grand Tour (New Historical Perspectives) by Sarah Goldsmith
  • Military Medicine and the Making of Race: Life and Death in the West India Regiments, 1795–1874 by Tim Lockley
  • Monarchy, Print Culture, and Reverence in Early Modern England: Picturing Royal Subjects (Routledge Studies in Eighteenth-Century Cultures and Societies) by Stephanie E. Koscak
  • Napoléon et le livre: La censure sous le Consulat et l’Empire (1799-1815) (French) by Patricia Sorel
  • Napoleon in 100 Objects by Gareth Glover
  • National Thanksgivings and Ideas of Britain, 1689-1816 by Warren Johnston
  • Norfolk Pauper Inventories, c.1690-1834 (Records of Social and Economic History) by Joseph Harley
  • Peopling the World by Charlotte Sussman
  • Politics and Emotions in Romantic Periodicals by Jock Macleod, William Christie, Peter Denney
  • Prosecuting Homicide in Eighteenth-Century Law and Practice: “And Must They All Be Hanged?” by Drew D. Gray
  • Sweet and Clean?: Bodies and Clothes in Early Modern England by Susan North
  • The Age of Undress: Art, Fashion, and the Classical Ideal in the 1790s by Amelia Rauser
  • The Battle of Guilford Courthouse: A Most Desperate Engagement by John R Maass
  • The Lost Romantics: Forgotten Poets, Neglected Works and One-Hit Wonders by Norbert Lennartz
  • The Other Knight Boys: Jane Austen’s Dispossessed Nephews by Hazel Jones
  • The Waterloo Letter: A first-hand account of the 1815 Waterloo Campaign by Lt Col Robert Torrens of the Duke of Wellington’s personal staff by Claymore Richardson
  • Unfelt – The language of affect in the British Enlightenment by James Noggle
  • Wellington’s Favourite Engineer: John Burgoyne: The Making of a Field Marshal (From Reason to Revolution) by Mark S. Thompson
  • Women, Families and the British Army, 1700-1880 Vol 2 by Jennine Hurl-Eamon, Lynn MacKay (this volume covers the period during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic War era)
  • Women’s Travel Writings in India 1777–1854: Volume I: Jemima Kindersley, Letters from the Island of Teneriffe, Brazil, the Cape of Good Hope and the … House Library: Women’s Travel Writings) by Carl Thompson (this volume includes 2 texts, Jemima Kindersley, Letters from the Island of Teneriffe, Brazil, the Cape of Good Hope, and the East Indies (1777) and Maria Graham, Journal of a Residence in India (1812)
  • Women’s Travel Writings in India 1777–1854: Volume II: Harriet Newell, Memoirs of Mrs Harriet Newell, Wife of the Reverend Samuel Newell, American … House Library: Women’s Travel Writings) by Katrina O’Loughlin (This second volume includes two texts, Harriet Newell, Memoirs of Mrs Harriet Newell (1815) and Eliza Fay, Original Letters from India (1817))
  • Women’s Travel Writings in India 1777–1854: Volume III: Mrs A. Deane, A Tour through the Upper Provinces of Hindustan (1823); and and Julia … , Letters from Madras (1846), House Library: Women’s Travel Writings) by Éadaoin Agnew. This volume includes two texts, Ann Deane, A Tour Through the Upper Provinces of Hindostan (1823) and Julia Maitland, Letters from Madras (1846)

Children’s book

  • ADA Lovelace (the First Names Series) by Ben Jeapes, Nick Ward
  • Info Buzz: Famous People Mary Anning by Izzi Howell

Have fun

  • Jane Austen Tarot Deck: 53 Cards for Divination and Gameplay Cards by Jacqui Oakley

 

Scheduled for February 2020

  • 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era (Volume 25) by Kevin L. Cope, Jack Lynch, Howard Weinbrot et all.
  • 1774: The Long Year of Revolution by Mary Beth Norton
  • Antiquity and Enlightenment Culture (Metaforms) by Felicity Loughlin and Alexandre Johnston
  • Before Rocket: The Steam Locomotive Up to 1829 by Anthony Dawson 
  • Benjamin Jesty, the Grandfather of Vaccination by Patrick John Pead
  • Britain’s Black Past by Gretchen H. Gerzina
  • Civil Religion and the Enlightenment in England, 1707-1800 (Studies in Modern British Religious History) by Ashley Walsh
  • Cloth that Changed the World: The Art and Fashion of Indian Chintz by Sarah Fee and Sven Beckert
  • Complete Works of Voltaire 6B: Lettres sur les Anglais (II) by Voltaire, Nicholas Cronk, et al.
  • Dinner with Mr Darcy: Recipes inspired by the novels and letters of Jane Austen by Pen Vogler
  • Forbidden Wife: The Life and Trials of Lady Augusta Murray by Julia Abel Smith
  • HMS Victory (Haynes Icons) by Peter Goodwin
  • Jane Austen’s Style: Narrative Economy and the Novel’s Growth by Anne Toner
  • Mary Wollstonecraft in Context (Literature in Context) by Nancy E. Johnson and Paul Keen
  • Muslims and Citizens: Islam, Politics, and the French Revolution by Ian Coller
  • Napoleon’s Downfall: Madame Recamier and Her Battle with the Emperor by Geri Walton
  • Nationalism and Revolution in Europe, 1763-1848 by Dean Kostantaras
  • Neither Up Nor Down: The British Army and the Campaign in Flanders 1793-95 (From Reason to Revolution) by Philip Ball
  • Organ-building in Georgian and Victorian England – The Work of Gray & Davison, 1772-1890 (Music in Britain, 1600-2000) by Nicholas Thistlethwaite
  • Religion and Society at the Dawn of Modern Europe: Christianity Transformed, 1750-1850 (Cultures of Early Modern Europe) by Rudolf Schlögl and Helen Imhoff
  • Stepping Westward: Writing the Highland Tour c. 1720-1830 by Nigel Leask
  • The First Scottish Enlightenment: Rebels, Priests, and History by Kelsey Jackson Williams
  • The Formal and Informal Politics of British Rule In Post-Conquest Quebec, 1760-1837: A Northern Bastille by Nancy Christie
  • The Life and Letters of Emma Hamilton: The Story of Admiral Nelson and the Most Famous Woman of the Georgian Age by Hugh Tours
  • The Novel Stage: Narrative Form from the Restoration to Jane Austen (Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850) by Marcie Frank
  • The Reception of Classical German Literature in England, 1760-1860 by John Boening
  • The Warrior, the Voyager, and the Artist: Three Lives in an Age of Empire (The Lewis Walpole Series in Eighteenth-Century Culture and History) by Kate Fullagar
  • True to Nature: Open-Air Painting in Europe 1780–1870 by Ger Luijten, Mary Morton, Jane Munro

Scheduled for January 2020

  • A History of Womens Prisons in England by Susanna Menis
  • A New World Begins: The History of the French Revolution by Jeremy D. Popkin
  • Beethoven Variations: Poems on a Life by Ruth Padel
  • Campagne d’Italie – De Nice à Leoben, autopsie de la première campagne de Napoléon (French) by Michel Molières
  • Catastrophe at Spithead: The Sinking of the Royal George by Hilary L Rubinstein
  • Death and the Crown: Ritual and Politics in France Before the Revolution (Studies in Modern French and Francophone History) by Anne Byrne
  • Districts, Documentation, and Population in Rupert’s Land (1740-1840) by Aaron James Henry |
  • Fuer Sich Selbst Sprechen: Die ‘dramatischen Romane’ Des 18. Jahrhunderts (Beitraege Zur Literaturtheorie Und Wissenspoetik) (German) by Yulia Mevissen
  • History and the Law: A Love Story by Carolyn Steedman
  • Jane Austen: Inspiring Lives by Lauren Nixon
  • Lessons of Travel in Eighteenth-Century France by Gábor Gelléri
  • Liberated Africans and the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 1807-1896 (Rochester Studies in African History and the Diasp) by Richard Anderson and Henry B. Lovejoy
  • Napoleonic Wars: A Captivating Guide to the Napoleonic Wars and War of 1812 by Captivating History
  • Nelson’s Navy: The Ships, Men and Organisation, 1793 – 1815 by Brian Lavery
  • Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization: Volume 6, Confronting Modernity, 1750-1880 by Elisheva Carlebach and Deborah Dash Moore
  • Tacky’s Revolt: The Story of an Atlantic Slave War by Vincent Brown
  • Technology in the Industrial Revolution (New Approaches to the History of Science and Medicine) by Barbara Hahn
  • The Brontës and War: Fantasy and Conflict in Charlotte and Branwell Brontë’s Youthful Writings by Emma Butcher
  • The Formal and Informal Politics of British Rule In Post-Conquest Quebec, 1760-1837: A Northern Bastille by Nancy Christie
  • The Grenvillites and the British Press by Rory T. Cornish
  • The Imposteress Rabbit Breeder: Mary Toft and Eighteenth-Century England by Karen Harvey
  • The Politics of Hunger: Protest, Poverty and Policy in England, C. 1750-C. 1840 by Carl Griffin
  • Trailblazing Georgians: The Unsung Men Who Helped Shape the Modern World by Mike Rendell

List compiled by Anna M. Thane, author of the novel
“Von tadellosem Ruf” (
http://amzn.to/2TXvrez)