Author:Priscilla Wakefield

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Priscilla Wakefield
(1751/1750–1832)
English Quaker philanthropist, and author of children's non-fiction; born Priscilla Bell
Priscilla Wakefield

Works[edit]

  • Mental Improvement: Or, the Beauties and Wonders of Nature and Art (1794)
  • An Introduction to Botany, in a Series of Familiar Letters (London: 1796)
  • Juvenile Anecdotes, Founded on Facts, (1795-8)
  • Reflections on the Present Condition of the Female Sex, With Suggestions for Its Improvement (1798)
  • The Juvenile Travellers: Containing the Remarks of A Family During a Tour Through the Principal States and Kingdoms of Europe, (1801.)
  • Domestic Recreation: Or, Dialogues Illustrative of Natural and Scientific Subjects (1805)
  • Sketches of Human Manners (1807)
  • An Introduction to the Natural History and Classification of Insects, in a Series of Letters (London: 1816)

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