Matthew Lewis (writer)

Portrait by [[George Lethbridge Saunders]]<br>(''ca.'' 1800)<center> Matthew Gregory Lewis (9 July 1775 – 14 or 16 May 1818) was an English novelist and dramatist, whose writings are often classified as "Gothic horror". He was frequently referred to as "Monk" Lewis, because of the success of his 1796 Gothic novel, ''The Monk''. He also worked as a diplomat, politician, and an estate owner in Jamaica. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Published 1800
London--printed. New-York: re-printed by M.L. & W.A. Davis, for H. Caritat, bookseller, no. 153 Broad-Way

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Published 1799
Sold [by David West] at the bookstore, no. 56, Cornhill

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Published 1800
printed for P. Wogan, W. Porter, W. Jones, J. Milliken, J. Halpen, J. Boyce, W. M'Kenzie, G. Folingsby, N. Kelly, H. Fitzpatrick, J. Stockdale, P. Moore, T. Jackson, D. Graisberry, J. Whitworth, and J. Parry

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Project Gutenberg

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Published 1800
printed by J. Davis, Chancery Lane; for J. Bell, No. 148, Oxford Street

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Published 1799
printed for J. Bell, NO. 148, Oxford-Street

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Published 1800
printed for the proprietors

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Published 1799
Printed by A. Edwards and J. Haly, Booksellers

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Published 1797

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Published 1797
printed for J. Bell, Oxford-Street

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by Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Published 1797
printed for J. Bell, Oxford-Street