ID 106
Name Lucy Peacock, Juvenile Library
Gender Female
Street Address 259 Oxford Street
City London
Start Date 1794
End Date 1810
Sources British Book Trade Index 53169
Related People Peacock, Lucy
Related Firms A. and Lucy Peacock
R. and Lucy Peacock, Juvenile Library
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Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller A collection of poems and letters. Poems, &c. 1. An Ode from Sans Souci, characteristic of the late Northern Potentaete, with Annotations by Machiavel in the Shades. 2. Lines on the death of Infants, &c. 3. A Father's Soliloquy over a Sleeping Child, before his going to Prison. 4. Verses on the Death of a Son four Years old. 5. On the late Fast for National Sins, &c. 6. On the French Standards hung up at St. Paul's. Letters. 1. On German Electors and Princes Hiring out their Subjects for Soldiers. 2. An Account and Defence of the Author's Publications in Support of Universal Redemption, and of his Objections to an exclusive Priesthood. 3. A short View of the Signs of Times, drawn from a larger Work on the Numbers in the Law, the Prophets, and the Gospel. 4. A Letter on the Military Profession to a Gentleman, who, from Doubt and Fear of its being inconsistent with his Christian Profession, resigned his Commission. 5. A Letter on the present Rage for Fragments of Prophecies, not founded Clarke , Richard (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Bookseller)
1794
Bookseller Lodoik; ou, leçons de morale pour l'instruction et l'amusement de la jeunesse. En six volumes. Peacock , Lucy (Bookseller)
Unknown , (Author)
1795
Publisher The visit for a week; or, hints on the improvement of time. Containing original tales, Anecdotes From Natural And Moral History, &c. Designed For The Amusement Of Youth. The third edition. Revised and corrected. By the author of The six princesses of Babylon, Juvenile Magazine, Knight Of The Rose, And Ambrose And Eleanor. Peacock , Lucy (Author)
1796
Bookseller Truth and filial love. A little drama. In three acts. English , Harriet (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Bookseller)
1797
Bookseller The age of chivalry; or, friendship of other times: a moral and historical tale. Abridged and selected from the Knights of the Swan of Madam Genlis. By C. Butler. Designed for youth. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Bookseller)
1799
Publisher Letters on subjects of importance to the happiness of young females, addressed by a governess to her pupils, Chiefly while they were under her immediate Tuition: To which is added, a few practical lessons on the improprieties of language, and errors of pronunciation, which frequently occur in common conversation. By Helena Wells. Wells , Helena (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Publisher)
1799
Bookseller Entertaining instructions, in A series of familiar dialogues between a parent and his children: Interspersed with original fables well adapted to the capacities of youth. ... By a lady. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Bookseller)
1807
Bookseller Aurora and Maria: or, the advantages of adversity. A moral tale, in which is introduced a juvenile drama, call'd Queen Elizabeth, or, old times new revived. By Elizabeth Somerville. Author of leading strings to knowledge, a mother's lessons, &c, &c Somerville , Elizabeth (Author)
1809
Bookseller The Fruits of Reflection; or, Moral Remembrances on Various Subjects. Designed for the perusal of youth. By Elizabeth Helme, Author of the History of England, of Scotland, and Rome, as related by a father to his children; Instructive Rambles, &c. &c. In two volumes. Helme , Elizabeth (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Bookseller)
1809

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