ID 100
Name William Darton [formerly Junior; 58 Holborn]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 58 Holborn Hill
City London
Start Date 1819
End Date 1830
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Titles

Displaying 51–75 of 137

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The two Edward; or, Pride and prejudice unmasked. By Mary Elliott. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1823
Publisher The two Edwards; or, Pride and prejudice unmasked. By Mary Elliott. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1823
Publisher The youthful Travellers; or, Letters Chiefly Descriptive of Scenes Visited by Some Young People During A Summer Excursion, Designed as Examples of the Epistolary Style for Children. Strickland , Agnes (Author)
1823
Bookseller Henry, or, Secrets of the ruins: a moral tale. By Mrs. Rice. Rice , Mrs. (Author)
1824
Bookseller The old man's head: or, Youthful recollections. By Esther Hewlett. With Copper Plates. Copley , Esther (Author)
1824
Publisher A mother's care rewarded: in the correction of those defects, most general in young people, during their education. Hughes , Mary Robson (Author)
1824
Publisher Early seeds to produce spring flowers. By Mary Elliott. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1824
Publisher Early seeds, to produce spring flowers. By Mary Elliott. accompanied with copper-plates. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1824
Publisher Family tales for children by Amelia Stubbs ; with copper plates. Stubbs , Amelia (Author)
1824
Publisher Gems in the mine, or, Traits and habits of childhood in verse. By Mary Elliott. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1824
Publisher La petite rapporteuse.* Traduit de l'anglais de Marie Elliott par A.F. Ed. Lépée; enrichi de gravures en taille douce. Lépée , A. F. E. (Translator)
Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1824
Publisher The aviary, or, An agreeable visit : intended for children by the author of "Rosetta's birth day," "The moss house," &c. ; accompanied with plates. Strickland , Agnes (Author)
1824
Publisher The little cowslip-gatherers; or, What a penny will do. By Esther Hewlett. Copley , Esther (Author)
1824
Publisher The little tradesman, or, A peep into English industry by the author of "The moss-house," "The aviary," "The youthful travellers," &c. &c. ; accompanied with forty-eight copper-plates. Strickland , Agnes (Author)
1824
Publisher The old man's head: or, Youthful recollections. By Esther Hewlett. With Copper Plates. Copley , Esther (Author)
1824
Publisher The Rose: Containing Original Poems for Young People. By their friend, Mary Elliott; accompanied with engravings. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1824
Publisher The story of little Mary and her cat. In words not exceeding two syllables. With copper-plates. Fenwick , Eliza (Author)
1824
Publisher The use of sight, or, I wish I were Julia : intended for the amusement and instruction of children by the author of the "Moss-house," "Youthful travellers," &c. Strickland , Agnes (Author)
1824
Printer Aunt Mary's Stories for Children, Chiefly confined to words of two syllables. Containing 1. The little girl who did not care for what was said to her ... 2. The humming-tops ... 3. The new doll ... 4. The greedy boy ... By the author of 'Aunt Mary's Tales,' - 'The Ornaments Discovered.' &c. Hughes , Mary Robson (Author)
1825
Printer Idle Ann, or, The dunce reclaimed. By Mary Elliott. Illustrated with copper-plates. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1825
Printer Industry and idleness: a pleasing and instructive tale for good little girls, in words not exceeding two syllables. By Mary Belson, author of "Simple truths". Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1825
Printer Innocent Poetry; Containing Moral and Religious Truths for Infant Minds. By Mary Elliott. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1825
Printer Ostentation And Liberality. By Arabella Argus, Author of “The Juvenile Spectator;’ “The Adventures of a Donkey,” and other works. Argus , Arabella (Author)
1825
Printer Plain things for little folks: seasoned with instruction both for the mind and the eye. By their friend Mary Elliott. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1825
Printer Precept and example, or, Midsummer holidays. To which is added The mother's reward, or Christmas holidays. By Mary Belson, Author of 'The Orphan Boy,' 'Simple Truths', &c. &c. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1825

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