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Title: From a Private Mad-House Title Record # 1478287
Author: Humphry Repton
Date: 1788-00-00
Type: SHORTFICTION
Length: short story
Language: English
Note: The title page of the first edition of "Variety" shows the year 1788, but states that the book was written 1787. Some sources indicate that the story was originally credited to "Anna Seward", but the Google Books scan shows that it was signed "J. Unaticus" and no other attribution could be found in the otherwise uncredited book.
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1788Date from Sphere edition of "Far Boundaries".
From a Private Mad-House [as by Humphrey Repton]
1788Originally credited in "Variety" as by "J. Unaticus". Some source claim that it was attributed to "Anna Seward", but this name couldn't be found in the otherwise uncredited anthology.
Voyage to the Moon, in a Balloon [as by J. Unaticus]

Publications

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Title Date Author/Editor Publisher/Pub. Series ISBN/Catalog ID Price Pages Format Type Cover Artist Verif
Variety: A Collection of Essays 1788-00-00 ed. uncredited T. Caddell  
3/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
297
unknown?The publication record was created from a secondary source and the publication format is unknown.
anth  
Far Boundaries: 20 Science-Fiction stories 1951-04-00 ed. August Derleth Pellegrini & Cudahy  
$2.95?$: US dollar
x+
292
hc?Hardcover. Used for all hardbacks of any size.
anth Vincent Napoli Checkmark
Far Boundaries 1965-00-00 ed. August Derleth Consul Books 1443
6/-?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
232+
[1]
pb?Paperback. Typically 7" by 4.25" (18 cm by 11 cm) or smaller, though trimming errors can cause them to sometimes be slightly (less than 1/4 extra inch) taller or wider/deeper.
anth Ken Freeman Checkmark
Far Boundaries 1965-00-00 ed. August Derleth Consul Books 1443
3/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
232+
[1]
pb?Paperback. Typically 7" by 4.25" (18 cm by 11 cm) or smaller, though trimming errors can cause them to sometimes be slightly (less than 1/4 extra inch) taller or wider/deeper.
anth Ken Freeman Checkmark
Far Boundaries 1967-00-00 ed. August Derleth Sphere 28924
3/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
219
pb?Paperback. Typically 7" by 4.25" (18 cm by 11 cm) or smaller, though trimming errors can cause them to sometimes be slightly (less than 1/4 extra inch) taller or wider/deeper.
anth Checkmark
Far Boundaries 1967-10-00 ed. August Derleth Sphere 28924
3/6?Prior to decimilisation (1968-1971), UK books were priced in shillings, or shillings and pence, where 20 shillings equals one pound and 12 old pence equals one shilling. Shillings were indicated with a variety of suffixes, e.g. 3s, 3', 3", 3/ all mean 3 shillings. Any number after that is additional pence, usually 6 (half a shilling) but sometimes 3 or 9 (a quarter of a shilling or three-quarters of a shilling).
219
pb?Paperback. Typically 7" by 4.25" (18 cm by 11 cm) or smaller, though trimming errors can cause them to sometimes be slightly (less than 1/4 extra inch) taller or wider/deeper.
anth Checkmark
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