ID 116
Name John Marshall and Co. [Aldermary]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 4 Aldermary Church Yard, Bow Lane
City London
Start Date 1779
End Date 1807

Titles

Displaying 25 titles of 157 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Bookseller A description of a set of prints of ancient history; contained in a set of easy lessons. In two parts. Part I. Trimmer, Sarah 1779
Bookseller A spelling-book, designed to render the acquisition of the rudiments of our native language easy and pleasant. Containing I. A Preface, explaining the Manner of using the Book. II. Variety of Alphabets, differently arranged. III. A copious Set of Monosyllables, classed agreeably to their Sounds. IV. Words of two or more Syllables, arranged according to their Accent. V. Sets of Words to be studied as Lessons, previous to reading the Story or Dialogue to which each Set belongs. VI. A Course of easy Reading Lessons for young Children; beginning with single Words of three Letters, and advanting gradually to Sentences of six or seven Words. To which is prefixed, the child's library; or, a catalogue of books, recommended to children from the age of three to twelve years. By Mrs. Teachwell. Fenn, Ellenor 1779
Bookseller Anecdotes of a boarding-school; or, An antidote to the vices of those useful seminaries. By M. P. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Bookseller Dialogues and letters on morality, oeconomy, and politeness, for the improvement and entertainment of young female minds. By the author of Dialogues on the first principles of religion. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Bookseller Familiar dialogues for the instruction and amusement of children of four and five years old. Kilner, Mary Ann 1779
Bookseller La bagatelle. Intended to introduce children of three or four years old, to some knowledge of the French language. In two volumes. ... Unknown 1779
Bookseller Letters from a mother to her children, on various important subjects. By M. P. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Bookseller Lilliputian Spectacle de la nature: or, Nature delineated, in conversations and letters passing between the children of a family. In three volumes. ... Fenn, Ellenor 1779
Bookseller Little stories for little folks, in easy lessons of one, two, and three syllables. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Bookseller Memoirs of a peg-top. By the author of Adventures of a pincushion. Kilner, Mary Ann 1779
Bookseller Rational sports. In dialogues passing among the children of a family. Designed as a hint to mothers how they may inform the minds of their little people respecting the objects with which they are surrounded. Second edition. Fenn, Ellenor 1779
Bookseller Short conversations; or An easy road to the temple of fame; which all may reach who endeavour to be good. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Bookseller Short conversations; or, An easy road to the temple of fame; which all may reach who endeavour to be good. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Bookseller Sunday school dialogues: being an abridgment of a work, by M.P. entitled, "The first principles of religion, and the existence of a deity, explained in a series of dialogues, adapted to the capacity of the infant mind." Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Bookseller The first principles of religion, and the existence of a deity, explained in a series of dialogues adapted to the capacity of the infant mind. Vol. I. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Bookseller The histories of more children than one; or, Goodness better than beauty. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Bookseller The rational dame; or, hints towards supplying prattle for children. Fenn, Ellenor 1779
Bookseller The village school; or, A collection of entertaining histories, for the instruction and amusement of all good children. Vol. I. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Printer A description of a set of prints of ancient history; contained in a set of easy lessons. In two parts. Part I. Trimmer, Sarah 1779
Printer A spelling-book, designed to render the acquisition of the rudiments of our native language easy and pleasant. Containing I. A Preface, explaining the Manner of using the Book. II. Variety of Alphabets, differently arranged. III. A copious Set of Monosyllables, classed agreeably to their Sounds. IV. Words of two or more Syllables, arranged according to their Accent. V. Sets of Words to be studied as Lessons, previous to reading the Story or Dialogue to which each Set belongs. VI. A Course of easy Reading Lessons for young Children; beginning with single Words of three Letters, and advanting gradually to Sentences of six or seven Words. To which is prefixed, the child's library; or, a catalogue of books, recommended to children from the age of three to twelve years. By Mrs. Teachwell. Fenn, Ellenor 1779
Printer Anecdotes of a boarding-school; or, An antidote to the vices of those useful seminaries. By M. P. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Printer Dialogues and letters on morality, oeconomy, and politeness, for the improvement and entertainment of young female minds. By the author of Dialogues on the first principles of religion. Kilner, Dorothy 1779
Printer Familiar dialogues for the instruction and amusement of children of four and five years old. Kilner, Mary Ann 1779
Printer La bagatelle. Intended to introduce children of three or four years old, to some knowledge of the French language. In two volumes. ... Unknown 1779
Printer Letters from a mother to her children, on various important subjects. By M. P. Kilner, Dorothy 1779

Recommended Citation

"John Marshall and Co. [Aldermary]" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 116 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/116. Accessed 2020-12-01.

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