ID 1156
Name John Harris and Son
Gender Unknown
Street Address 21 Ludgate Street, corner of St. Paul's Churchyard
City London
Start Date 1819
End Date 1824
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Firm Role Title Author Date
Publisher The blind child, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham family. Written for the use of young people. By a lady. Pinchard, Elizabeth Sibthorpe 1807
Publisher The blind child, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham family. Written for the use of young people. By a lady. Pinchard, Elizabeth Sibthorpe 1810
Publisher Felissa; or, the memoirs of a kitten. Ludlow, Elizabeth 1811
Publisher The Lily: or Poetry for the Nursery. Hutchinson, Miss A. A. 1817
Publisher Ellen, the Teacher. A Tale for Youth. By Mrs. Hofland, Author of The Officer's Widow; Son of a Genius; and other works for young people. Second edition. Hofland, Barbara 1819
Publisher Hints on the sources of happiness. Addressed to her children, by a mother, author of 'Always happy', &c. In two volumes. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1819
Publisher New and comprehensive lessons: containing a general outline of the Old Testament: with twenty-four engravings. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer, Sarah 1819
Publisher Nina: an Icelandic tale. Written for her children, by a mother, author of "Always happy," &c.. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1819
Publisher The Blind Child, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham family. Written for the Use of Young People. By a Lady. New Edition. Pinchard, Elizabeth Sibthorpe 1819
Publisher The blind farmer and his children. By Mrs. Hofland, Author of the Son of a Genius, - Officer's Widow, - Ellen, the Teacher, - &c. &c. Second edition. Hofland, Barbara 1819
Publisher The Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard, and Her Dog: In Which is Shewn the Wonderful Powers that Good Old Lady Possessed in the Education of Her Favourite Animal. Martin, Sarah Catherine 1819
Publisher The Eskdale herd-boy: a Scottish tale: for the instruction and amusement of young persons. By Mrs. Blackford. Stoddart, Lady Isabella Wellwood 1819
Publisher The History of Britannicus and his sister Octavia. By Miss Sandham, Author of The Twin Sisters, &c. &c. &c. Sandham, Elizabeth 1819
Publisher The Infant's Friend, or Easy Reading Lessons for Young Children. Revised and arranged by a lady, author of 'Cato, or the Adventures of a Dog.' Glasse, Hannah 1819
Publisher The peacock "at home" : a sequel to The butterfly's ball written by a lady. Dorset, Catherine Anne Turner 1819
Publisher The son of a genius: a tale for the use of youth. By Mrs. Hofland. A new edition. Hofland, Barbara 1819
Publisher True stories from modern history: chronologically arranged from the death of Charlemagne to the Battle of Waterloo. By A mother, author of "Always happy," and "Hints on the sources of happiness," &c. &c. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1819
Publisher True stories, from ancient history: chronologically arranged. From the creation of the world to the death of Charlemagne. By the author of "Always happy," &c. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1819
Bookseller The young countess: a tale for youth; by the authoress of the "Blind child"; in one volume. Pinchard, Elizabeth Sibthorpe 1820
Publisher A concise history of England brought down to the death of George III: comprised in a set of easy lessons, illustrated by engravings: being a continuation of a series of historical books for children: in two volumes. By Mrs. Trimmer. New edition. Trimmer, Sarah 1820
Publisher A key to knowledge; or, Things in common use: simply and shortly explained; in a series of dialogues. Written by a mother, author of "Always Happy" - "Hints on Happiness" - &c. &c. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1820
Publisher A Visit to the Bazaar: By the author of Juliet, or the Reward for Filial Affection; and The Port Folio of a School Girl. The Third Edition. Unknown 1820
Publisher Always happy!!!, or, Anecdotes of Felix and his sister Serena: a tale. Written for her children by a mother. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1820
Publisher Birds on the wing, or, Pleasant tales, and useful hints on the value and right use of time. By Miss Parker. Parker, Miss 1820
Publisher Letters on the improvement of the mind; addressed to a lady. By Mrs. Chapone. With the life of the author. A New Edition. Chapone, Hester Mulso 1820

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