ID 1146
Name Ogle, Duncan, and Co.
Gender Unknown
Street Address 295 Holborn
City London
Start Date 1819
End Date 1823
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The British Novelists; with an Essay, and Prefaces Biographical and Critical, by Mrs. Barbauld. A New Edition. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia (Editor)
Burney , Frances (Author)
Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
and 16 more.
1820
Printer A Poetical Catechism; or, Sacred Poetry: For the Use of Young Persons Fry , Caroline (Author)
1822
Publisher Asaph, or the Herrnhutters; being a rhythmical Sketch of the principal Events, and most remarkable Institutions in the modern History of the Church of the Unitas Fratrum, commonly called Moravians; and consisting of Three supposed Conversations between a Modern Unbeliever and some Members of the celebrated Moravian Settlement at Zeist, near Utrecht. Intended chiefly for young Persons connected with that Church. By one of its Members. Schimmelpenninck , Mary Anne (Author)
1822
Publisher Serious Poetry: By Caroline Fry, author of the "poetical catechism." Fry , Caroline (Author)
1822
Bookseller Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By the author of "The Decision," &c. Kennedy , Grace (Author)
1823
Printer Death, and Other Poems Fry , Caroline (Author)
1823
Publisher Serious Poetry.By Caroline Fry, author of Death, and Other Poems; The Poetical Catechism for the Use of Young Persons, &c. Second Edition. Fry , Caroline (Author)
1823
Bookseller Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By the author of "The Decision," &c. Kennedy , Grace (Author)
1825
Bookseller Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By the author of "The Decision,""Profession is not a Principle," &c. Fifth edition. Kennedy , Grace (Author)
1826
Bookseller Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By the author of "The Decision," &c. Kennedy , Grace (Author)
1828

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