New Releases

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  • Diseases in the District of Maine 1772 – 1820: The Unpublished Work of Jeremiah Barker, a Rural Physician in New England by Richard J. Kahn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

Scheduled for December 2019

  • A Beginner’s Guide to Beethoven by John Deathridge
  • A People`s History of India 23 – The Establishment of British Rule, 1757-1813 by Amar Farooqui
  • Britain in the Wider World: 1603–1800 (Countries in the Early Modern World) by Trevor Burnard
  • British Enlightenment Theatre: Dramatizing Difference by Bridget Orr
  • Byron in Context (Literature in Context) by Edited by Clara Tuite
  • Cayman’s 1794 Wreck of the Ten Sail (Maritime Currents: History and Archaeology) by Margaret E. Leshikar-Denton
  • Creating the Opium War: British Imperial Attitudes Towards China, 1792-1840 (Studies in Imperialism) by Hao Gao
  • Davy on Davy: John Davy on Sir Humphrey Davy: John Davy on Sir Humphrey Davy (1836) (Provisional Title) (Holmes’s Lives) by Richard Holmes, John Davy
  • Fight for a Throne: The Jacobite ’45 Reconsidered by Christopher Duffy
  • James Watt (1736-1819): Culture, Innovation and Enlightenment by Caroline Archer-Parre and Malcolm Dick
  • Jane Austen’s Style: Narrative Economy and the Novel’s Growth by Anne Toner
  • Making the Modern Reader: Cultural Mediation in Early Modern Literary Anthologies (Princeton Legacy Library) by Barbara M. Benedict
  • New Perspectives on Welsh Industrial History by Louise Miskell
  • Revolutionary Brothers by Tom Chaffin
  • Scotland and the Indian Empire: Politics, Scholarship and the Military in Making British India by Alan Tritton
  • Textual Transformations: Purposing and Repurposing Books from Richard Baxter to Samuel Taylor Coleridge by Tessa Whitehouse and N. H. Keeble
  • The Age of Intoxication (The Early Modern Americas) by Benjamin Breen
  • The Anglo-Florentines – The British in Tuscany; 1814 – 1860 by Diana Webb, Tony Webb
  • The Cambridge Companion to ‘Lyrical Ballads’ (Cambridge Companions to Literature) by Sally Bushell
  • The Freedom of Speech: Talk and Slavery in the Anglo-Caribbean World by Miles Ogborn
  • The Lost Books of Jane Austen by Janine Barchas
  • The Palgrave Literary Dictionary of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (Palgrave Literary Dictionaries) by Martin Garrett
  • Viceroys: The Men Who Ruled the Empire by Christopher Lee
  • Voices of the Enslaved (Published by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and the University of North Carolina Press) by Sophie White

Scheduled for November 2019

  • An Economic History of the English Garden by Roderick Floud
  • Aquatint Worlds – Travel, Print, and Empire, 1770-1820 (Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art) by Douglas Fordham
  • Bloody Ban: Banastre Tarleton and the American Revolution, 1776 – 1783 by Oscar E. Gilbert, Catherine R. Gilbert
  • Bronte Territories: Cornwall and the Unexplored Maternal Legacy, 1760-1870 by Melissa Hardie
  • Buendnisse: Politische, soziale und intellektuelle Allianzen im Jahrhundert der Aufklaerung by Franz M. Eybl, Daniel Fulda, Johannes Sussmann
  • Captives of Liberty (Early American Studies) by T. Cole Jones
  • Conflict and Enlightenment by Thomas Munck
  • Der Wandel Der Rheinischen Agrarverfassung: Der Einfluss Franzoesischer Und Preussischer Agrarreformen Zwischen 1794 Und 1850 by Franz Dominic Esser
  • English Arbitration and Mediation in the Long Eighteenth Century (History of Arbitration and Mediation) by Derek Roebuck, Francis Calvert Boorman, Rhiannon Markless
  • Envisioning Empire by Robert A. Olwell, James M. Vaughn
  • Forgotten Masters: Indian Painting for the East India Company by William Dalrymple
  • Jane Austen among Women by Deborah Kaplan
  • Josiah Wedgwood: A New Biography by Anthony Burton
  • London Voices, 1820-1840: Vocal Performers, Practices, Histories by Roger Parker and Susan Rutherford
  • Metternich: Strategist and Visionary by Wolfram Siemann
  • Rabbi, Mystic, or Impostor? The Eighteenth-Century Ba’al Shem of London: An Eighteenth-century Jewish Mystic (Littman Library of Jewish Civilization) by Michal Oron, Ed Levin, Todd M. Endelman
  • Roaring Girls: The forgotten feminists of British history by Holly Kyte
  • Terrorists, Anarchists, and Republicans by Richard Whatmore
  • The Battle of Rossbach 1757: New Perspectives on the Battle and Campaign (Reason to Revolution) by Alexander Querengässer
  • The Changing Fortunes of a British Aristocratic Family, 1689-1976: The Campbells of Cawdor and their Welsh Estates by John E. Davies
  • The Duke of York’s Flanders Campaign: Fighting the French Revolution 1793-1795 by Steve Brown
  • The Enlightenment that Failed: Ideas, Revolution, and Democratic Defeat, 1748-1830 by Jonathan I. Israel
  • The First Showman: The Extraordinary Mr Astley, The Englishman Who Invented the Modern Circus by Karl Shaw
  • The Italian Idea: Anglo-Italian Radical Literary Culture, 1815–1823 (Cambridge Studies in Romanticism) by Will Bowers
  • The Letters of Henry Martyn, East India Company Chaplain by Scott D. Ayler
  • The Lost Library of the King of Portugal by Angela Delaforce
  • The Painted Hall: Sir James Thornhill’s Masterpiece at Greenwich by Anya Lucas, Richard Johns, Sophie Stewart, Stephen Paine
  • There’s Something About Darcy: The curious appeal of Jane Austen’s bewitching hero by Gabrielle Malcolm

 

Scheduled for October 2019

  • An Irishman’s life on the Caribbean island of St Vincent, 1787-90: The letter book of Attorney General Michael Keane by Mark Quintanilla
  • Art and Identity in Scotland: A Cultural History from the Jacobite Rising of 1745 to Walter Scott (Cambridge Social and Cultural Histories) by Viccy Coltman
  • A Short History of the French Revolution by Jeremy D. Popkin
  • Battles of the Jacobite Rebellions: Killiecrankie to Culloden by Jonathan Oates
  • Birds, Bugs and Butterflies: Lady Betty Cobbe’s ‘Peacock’ China: A Biography of an Irish Service of Worcester Porcelain by Alec Cobbe
  • Conflict and Enlightenment: Print and Political Culture in Europe, 1635–1795 by Thomas Munck
  • DK Life Stories Ada Lovelace by Nancy Castaldo
  • Dress in the Age of Jane Austen: Regency Fashion by Hilary Davidson
  • Envoys of abolition: British Naval Officers and the Campaign Against the Slave Trade in West Africa (Liverpool Studies in International Slavery) by Mary Wills
  • Europe and the British Geographical Imagination, 1760-1830 by Paul Stock
  • Felice Giardini and Professional Music Culture in Mid-Eighteenth-Century London (Royal Musical Association Monographs) by Cheryll Duncan
  • Gothic Remains: Corpses, Terror and Anatomical Culture, 1764-1897 (Gothic Literary Studies) by Laurence Talairach
  • Insurrection: Scotland’s Famine Winter by James Hunter
  • Jane Austen’s Style: Narrative Economy and the Novel’s Growth by Anne Toner
  • J’etais chirurgien dans l’armée de Napoleon : Jean-Baptiste Bruggeman, la princesse et son portrait. Un autre point de vue de la campagne de Russie by Nicole Ceulemans
  • Landscape Painting in Revolutionary France: Liberty’s Embrace (Routledge Research in Art History) by Steven Adams
  • Locating Ann Radcliffe (Historical Women’s Writing) by Andrew Smith and Mark Bennett
  • Making the Case: Narrative Psychological Case Histories and the Invention of Individuality in Germany, 1750-1800 (Interdisciplinary German Cultural Studies) by Robert Leventhal
  • Napoleon’s Waterloo Army: Uniforms and Equipment by Paul L Dawson
  • Prussian Army Soldiers and the Seven Years’ War by Sascha Möbius and Katrin Möbius
  • Poetics of the Pillory: English Literature and Seditious Libel, 1660-1820 (Clarendon Lectures in English) by Thomas Keymer
  • Technological Change and the British Iron Industry, 1700-1870 (Princeton Legacy Library) by Charles K. Hyde
  • The Correspondence of Catharine Macaulay (Oxford New Histories of Philosophy) by Karen Green
  • The Economic Thought of Sir James Steuart: First Economist of the Scottish Enlightenment (Routledge Studies in the History of Economics) by José M. Menudo
  • The Fighting Jew: The Life and Times of Daniel Mendoza, Champion Boxer by Wynn Wheldon
  • The Forgotten Country House: The Rise and Fall of Roundway Parkby Simon Baynes
  • The Freedom of Speech: Talk and Slavery in the Anglo-Caribbean World by Miles Ogborn
  • 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 King Over the Water: A Complete History of the Jacobitesby Desmond Seward
  • The Making of British Bourgeois Tragedy: Modernity and the Art of Ordinary Suffering by Alex Eric Hernandez
  • The Poverty of Disaster: Debt and Insecurity in Eighteenth-Century Britain (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History) by Tawny Paul
  • The Royal Navy in the Napoleonic Age: Senior Service, 1800-1815 by Mark Jessop
  • The Society of Prisoners: Anglo-French Wars and Incarceration in the Eighteenth Century (The Past and Present Book Series)by Renaud Morieux
  • The World of Sanditon: The Official Companion to the ITV Series by Sara Sheridan
  • Thomas Paine and the Clarion Call for American Independence by Harlow Giles Unger
  • Trim, The Cartographer’s Cat: The ship’s cat who helped Flinders map Australia by Matthew Flinders, Gillian Dooley, et al.
  • Washington’s Revolutionary War Generals (Campaigns and Commanders) by Stephen R Taaffe
  • Wellington’s Command: A Reappraisal of His Generalship in the Peninsula and at Waterloo by George E Jaycock
  • William Birchynshaw’s Map of Exeter, 1743 (Devon and Cornwall Record Society) by Richard Oliver, Roger Kain, et al.

 

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