ID 1046
Name William Watson and Son
Gender Unknown
Street Address Poet's Head, no. 7 Capel Street
City Dublin
Start Date 1792
End Date 1805
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller The history of idle Jack Brown. Containing the merry story of the mountebank, with some account of the bay mare Smiler. Being the third part of the Two shoemakers. More , Hannah (Author)
1785
Bookseller The history of Mary Wood the house-maid; or, the danger of false excuses. More , Hannah (Author)
1785
Bookseller 'Tis all for the best, or the history of Mrs. Simpson. More , Hannah (Author)
1790
Bookseller The good mother's legacy. More , Sarah (Author)
1790
Bookseller The history of Charles Jones, the footman. Written by himself. More , Hannah (Author)
1790
Bookseller Sorrowful Sam, or the two blacksmiths. More , Sarah (Author)
1792
Bookseller The two shoemakers. Part I. More , Hannah (Author)
1792
Publisher Fabulous histories, designed for the instruction of children, respecting their treatment of animals. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1794
Bookseller History of Idle Jack Brown. Containing the Merry story of the Mountebank, with some account of the Bay Mare Smiler. Being the third part of the two shoemakers. More , Hannah (Author)
1795
Bookseller Jack Brown in prison; or The pitcher never goes so often to the well but it is broke at last. Being the fourth part of the history of the two shoe-makers. To which is added turn the carpet; or, The two weavers, a new song. More , Hannah (Author)
1795
Bookseller The happy waterman. More , Hannah (Author)
1795
Bookseller The history of Mary Wood the house-maid; or, The danger of false excuses. More , Hannah (Author)
1795
Bookseller The history of Tom White, the postilion. Second part. More , Hannah (Author)
1795
Bookseller The two soldiers. More , Sarah (Author)
1795
Bookseller The two wealthy farmers, or, The history of Mr. Bragwell. Part I. More , Hannah (Author)
1795
Bookseller Sunday reading. On carrying religion into the common business of life. A dialogue between James Stock and Will. Simpson, the shoemakers, as they sat at work. To which is addded, the hackney coachman, &c. More , Hannah (Author)
1796
Bookseller The apprentice turned master; or, The second part of the two shoemakers. Shewing how James Stock from a parish apprentice became a creditable tradesman. More , Hannah (Author)
1796
Bookseller The two wealthy farmers, or, The history of Mr. Bragwell. Part I. More , Hannah (Author)
1796
Publisher Camilla: or, a picture of youth. By the author of Evelina and Cecilia. In three volumes. ... Burney , Frances (Author)
Parker , Arabella (Publisher)
1796
Bookseller Black Giles, the poacher; with some account of a family who had rather live by their wits than their work. In two parts. ... To which is added, The Hampshire tragedy, a true story. More , Hannah (Author)
1797
Bookseller Cheap Repository. The two wealthy farmers, with the sad adventures of Miss Bragwell. Part V. More , Hannah (Author)
1797
Bookseller Second part of the shepherd of Salisbury-Plain. More , Hannah (Author)
1797
Bookseller The history of Charles Jones, the footman. Written by himself. More , Hannah (Author)
1797
Bookseller The history of Mary Wood, the house-maid; or, the danger of false excuses. More , Hannah (Author)
1797
Bookseller The history of Mr. Fantom, the new-fashioned philosopher, and his man William. More , Hannah (Author)
1797

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