ID 1308
Name Thomas Dean and Munday [35 Threadneedle Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 35 Threadneedle Street
City London
Start Date 1810
End Date 1831
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Displaying 1–25 of 36

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The parent's offering to a good child: a collection of interesting tales. By Mrs. Meeke; embellished with thirteen handsomely coloured engravings. Meeke , Elizabeth (Author)
1811
Printer Anna; or, Edinburgh. A Novel, in two volumes. By Mrs. Roche, author of "London Tales, or Reflective Portraits," "The Moor," "Plain Tales;" &c. Roche I , Regina Maria (Author)
1815
Publisher The Rose Bud: a collection op pleasing poetical sweets. Embellished with eight coloured engravings. Aikin , Lucy (Author)
Taylor , Jane (Author)
Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann (Author)
1815
Printer Poems. By Miss D. P. Campbell, of Zetland. Campbell , Dorothea Primrose (Author)
1816
Publisher Nursery rhymes and infant tales. With neat engravings on wood. Taylor , Jane (Author)
Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann (Author)
1818
Publisher Original Poetry for Young Minds. By Miss Horwood. Horwood , Caroline (Author)
1818
Printer Original poetry for young minds. By Miss Horwood, author of "Moral Tales," "Trifles for Children," &c. &c. Second edition, enlarged and improved. Cruikshank , Robert (Illustrator)
Horwood , Caroline (Author)
Munday , Anna Maria (Printer)
1819
Printer The gamut and time-table in verse: for the instruction of children. By C. Finch. Finch , Charlotte (Author)
1820
Printer The gamut and time-table in verse: for the instruction of children. By C. Finch. Embellished with twelve illustrative coloured engravings. Finch , Charlotte (Author)
1820
Publisher The gamut and time-table in verse: for the instruction of children. By C. Finch. Embellished with twelve illustrative coloured engravings. Finch , Charlotte (Author)
1820
Publisher The rudiments of grammar in verse; or, A party to the fair. By Madame Linstien; embellished with thirteen beautifully coloured engravings. Leinstein , Madame (Author)
1820
Bookseller Blue Beard, or, The effects of female curiosity: in easy verse. By Miss Horwood. Horwood , Caroline (Author)
1821
Bookseller Cinderella and her little glass slipper: in easy verse. By Miss Horwood. Horwood , Caroline (Author)
1821
Printer Blue Beard, or, The effects of female curiosity: in easy verse. By Miss Horwood. Horwood , Caroline (Author)
1821
Printer Cinderella and her little glass slipper: in easy verse. By Miss Horwood. Horwood , Caroline (Author)
1821
Printer Little Downy, or, The history of a field-mouse: a moral tale embellished with twelve colored engravings. Traill , Catharine Parr (Author)
1822
Publisher Original Poetry for Young Minds by Miss Horwood. Second edition, enlarged and improved. Horwood , Caroline (Author)
1822
Publisher Blue Beard; or, the Effects of Female Curiosity. In Easy Verse. By Miss Horwood. Horwood , Caroline (Author)
1823
Bookseller The flower basket; or, Nursery rhymes and tales. By the author of Adventures of a field-mouse, Tell-tale, Disobedience, Lessons for the nursery, &c.; embellished with thirteen coloured engravings. Moodie , Susanna (Author)
Traill , Catharine Parr (Author)
1825
Bookseller Unlucky John and his lump of silver: a juvenile comic tale. Translated from the German, into easy verse, by Madame Leinstein. Leinstein , Madame (Author)
1825
Bookseller Wishing; or, the Fisherman and his Wife; A Juvenile Poem. By a Lady. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1825
Printer The flower basket; or, Nursery rhymes and tales. By the author of Adventures of a field-mouse, Tell-tale, Disobedience, Lessons for the nursery, &c.; embellished with thirteen coloured engravings. Moodie , Susanna (Author)
Traill , Catharine Parr (Author)
1825
Printer The flower-basket, or, Poetical blossoms: original nursery rhymes and tales by the author of Adventures of a field-mouse, Lessons for the nursery, Tell-tale &c. Moodie , Susanna (Author)
Traill , Catharine Parr (Author)
1825
Printer Unlucky John and his lump of silver: a juvenile comic tale. Translated from the German, into easy verse, by Madame Leinstein. Leinstein , Madame (Author)
1825
Printer Wishing; or, the Fisherman and his Wife; A Juvenile Poem. By a Lady. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1825

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