Susannah Gunning

Susannah Gunning, ''née'' Minifie (c. 1740 – 28 August 1800 London) was a British novelist.

She was daughter of Reverend Dr. James Minifie. Her sister was Margaret Minifie. On 8 August 1768, she married Captain John Gunning of the 65th Regiment of Foot, who distinguished himself at the Battle of Bunker Hill; they had a daughter Elizabeth Gunning, who was a novelist.

She wrote epistolary novels. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1783
printed by T. Henshall, for W. Sleater, J. Potts, T. Walker, J. Beatty, J. Exshaw, R. Burton, J. Parker. P. Byrne, and T. Webb

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1769
printed for H. Gardner, opposite St. Clement's Church, Strand; and sold by J. Walter, at Charing-Cross; and G. Pearch, at No. 12, in Cheapside

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1792
printed for the author, by William Lane, at the Minerva Press, and sold by Mess. Hookham and Carpenter, Old and New Bond Street; William Richardson, Royal-Exchange; and Mr. Meyler, at Bath
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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1802
Ridgway [u.a.]

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1802
Ridgway [u.a.]

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1802
Ridgway [u.a.]

7
by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1802
Ridgway [u.a.]
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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1803
Dutton

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1803
Dutton

10
by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1803
Dutton

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1803
Dutton
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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1797
Lowndes

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1797
Lowndes

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1797
Lowndes

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1797
Lowndes

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1797
Lowndes

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1797
Lowndes
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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1794
Bell

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1794
Bell

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by Gunning, Susannah
Published 1794
Bell