The History of Nourjahad: A Bibliography

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1.          The History of Nourjahad. London: J. Dodsley, 1767.
            By the editor of Sidney Bidulph.

2.          The History of Nourjahad. Dublin: P. Wilson, J. Murphy, W. Sleater, D. Chamberlaine, J. Potts, J. Mitchell, J. Williams, and W. Colles, 1767.

3.          Nourjahad, histoire orientale. Paris: Francfort, 1769.

4.          Nurzahad, człowiek niesmiertelny historya wschodnia napisana w języku angelskim.. w Supraślu : [Drukarnia Bazylianów], 1784.

5.          Anonyme. “Nourjahad, Histoire Oriental.Le Cabinet Des Fees, ou Collection Choisie des contes des feed, et autres contes mereilleux. Vol. 33. Paris: A Amsterdam, 1786.

6.          The History of Nourjahad. The Novelist Magazine, London: Harrison and Co., 1788. p.161

7.          The History of Nourjahad. London: J. Dodsley, 1792.
            By the editor of Sidney Bidulph.

8.          The History of Nourjahad. London: C. Cooke., n.d. [1798].

9.          Nourjahad et Chérédin, ou l’Immortalité à l’épreuve. Translated by Louis-Charles. Caignies. Paris: Ambigu-Comique, 1801. P. 48.
            A melodrama in 3 acts performed 15 May 1801.

10.        The History of Nourjahad. Dublin: John Parry, 1802.

11.          Nourjahad; or, The Folly of Unreasonable Wishes, an Eastern Tale with Three Coloured Engravings. London: Tabart and Co, 1808.

12.          “The History of Nourjahad,” Tales of the East. Vol. 2, Edited by Henry Weber, Edinburgh: John Ballantyne and Company, 1812, pp. 691-724.

13.          The History of Nourjahad. London: Carpenter and Sons. 1813.

14.        Illusion; or, The trances of Nourjahad: an oriental romance, in three acts. London, 1813.

15.        The History of Nourjahad. London: John Walker & Co., 1814.
            with Almoran and Hamet: An Oriental Tale, by Dr. Hawkesworth.

16.        Illusion; or, The trances of Nourjahad: an oriental romance, in three acts. New York: David Longworth, 1815

17.        “Nourjahad”, Popular Fairy Tales : or, A Liliputian Library. Edited by Benjamin Tabar. London: Sir Richard Phillips and Co., nd, [1818?]

18.        Nourjahad. London: Printed for N. Hailes, Luvenile Library, London Museum, Piccadilly, 1819.

19.        Nourjahad, a grand Persian romance; on which is founded the melo dramatic spectacle performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, etc. Sourhwark: For G. Smith & Co. 182-.

20.        The History of Nourjahad. Philadelphia: Hickman & Hazzad, 1822.

21.        “Nourjahad, an Oriental Tale”, The Court of Oberon, or, Temple of the Fairies. London: J. Harris and Son, 1823.

22.        The History of Nourjahad. London: J.F. Dove, 1825.

23.        Nourjahad; an oriental tale. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, ca 1830.

24.        Loder, Edward. Nourjahad. Librettist: Samuel James Arnold, Opera performed July 21, 1834.

25.        “History of Nourjahad the Persian”, Tales of My Landlady, London: B.D. Cousins, 1843.

26.        “The History of Nourjahad the Persian”, The Novel Newspaper. Vol. 14, No. 269. London: N. Bruce, 1843.

27.        “The History of Nourjahad”, Children's Journal. London: Tayor and Greening. In 6 parts: 20 June - 15 July 1863.

28.       Nourjahad, An Eastern Tale”, The Child’s Own Book. 14th edition, London: William Tegg, [1870], pp.511-529.

29.        The History of Nourjahad. London: Elkin Mathews & Marrot Ltd., 1927.
            By the editor of Sidney Bidulph, Introduction by H.V. Marrot, Illustrated by Mabel R. Peacock.

30.        The History of Nourjahad, New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1974.
            Part of The Flowering of the Novel series.

31.        The History of Nourjahad, Norwood, Pa.: Norwood Editions, 1977.
            Introduction by Maurice Johnson.

32.       The History of Nourjahad,” Oriental Tales (Oxford World's Classics). Edited by Robert L. Mack. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992.

33.       The History of Nourjahad,” Three Oriental Tales. Edited by Alan Richardson, Wadsworth Publishing Company, 2001.