Author:Anna Plumptre

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Anna Plumptre

English writer and translator


  • 'The Rector's Son: a Novel,' 3 vols.
  • 'Pizarro, or the Spaniards in Peru: a Tragedy,' 1799.
  • 'Letters written from various Parts of the Continent between the years 1785 and 1794, containing a variety of Anecdotes relative to the Present State of Literature in Germany, and the celebrated German Literati, with an Appendix, from the German of Matthison,' 1799.
  • 'Physionomical travels, from the German of Musaeus,' 3 vols. 1800.
  • 'Something New; or Adventures at Campbell House,' 3 vols. 1801.
  • 'Historical Relation of the Plague at Marseilles in 1720,' from the French manuscript of Bertrand, 1805.
  • 'The History of Myself and my Friend: a Novel,' 4 vols. 1812.
  • 'Travels in Southern Africa (18031806),' from the German of H. Lichtenstein, 312; 2 vols. 1815.
  • 'Travels through the Morea, Albania, and other parts of the Ottoman Empire;' from the French of F. C. Pouqueville, M.D.,1813, 1826.
  • 'Voyages and Travels to Brazil, the South Sea, Camscatka, and Japan,' &c., from the German of Langsdorf, 2 vols. 1813-14.
  • 'Tales of Wonder, of Honour, and of Sentiment, Original and Translated,' 3 vols. 1818.
  • (tr.) Lover's Vows

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