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January 27 – March 18 – Jane Austen begins, but abandons her novel ("Three Brothers"). Sanditon 
February 12 – Junius Brutus Booth makes his stage debut in the title role of Shakespeare's at the Richard III Theatre Royal, Covent Garden in London. 
February 20 – Junius Brutus Booth as Iago plays opposite Edmund Kean in the title role of at the Othello Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London.  March –
Percy and Mary Shelley with Claire Clairmont and the latter's new daughter by Lord Byron, Allegra (at this time called Alba), having moved from Bath, begin a year's residence in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, England, where Mary completes and gives birth to her third child, and Percy writes Frankenstein . The Revolt of Islam 
April 1 – is launched as the Blackwood's Magazine . In October the publisher, Edinburgh Monthly Magazine William Blackwood, relaunches it as Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.
August 6 – Gas lighting on stage is introduced in London's English Opera House (extended to the auditorium on September 8). On September 6 it is introduced at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, where it has already been installed in the auditorium and foyer, and the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, as a demonstration. 
December 18 – 20 – William Hone successfully defends himself in a London court on charges arising from his publication of political satires.
December 28 – English painter Benjamin Haydon introduces John Keats to William Wordsworth and Charles Lamb at a dinner in London to celebrate progress on his painting Christ's Entry into Jerusalem, in which all feature. 
December 31 – Walter Scott's historical novel , written from this spring, is published anonymously by Rob Roy Archibald Constable in Edinburgh, while a shipload of copies is carried from Leith to London for simultaneous publication there by Longman.  December –
Jane Austen's first and last completed novels, respectively and Northanger Abbey are published together by Persuasion John Murray in London (dated 1818), six months after the author's death at Winchester. Her brother Henry Austen contributes a biographical note, which first publicly identifies her as the author of her previously anonymous novels. She had earned £684 in her lifetime from her writing. unknown – J. & J. Harper publishing house is founded in New York City by James Harper and his brother John.  New books Edit References Edit
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