ID 1313
Name Ann Lemoine
Gender Female
Street Address White Rose Court, Coleman Street
City London
Start Date 1795
End Date 1822
Sources
Related People Lemoine, Ann
Notes

Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The Woman of the Town; or, Authentic Memoirs of Phebe Phillips; Otherwise Maria Maitland; Well Known in the Vicinity of Covent Garden. Written by Herself. Phillips , Phebe (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1799
Publisher Death, A Poem by Beilby Porteus. The Grave, A Poem by Robert Blair, and Gray's Elegy, Written in a Court Church-Yard. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Porteus , Beilby (Author)
Gray , Thomas (Author)
and 1 more.
1800
Publisher English Nights Entertainments. The History of Oroonoko; or, The Royal Slave. Written Originally by Mrs. Behn, and Revised by Mrs. Griffiths. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Behn , Aphra (Author)
Griffiths , Maria (Author)
1800
Publisher English nights entertainments. The life, adventures and distresses of Charlotte Dupont, and her lover Belanger; who, it is supposed, underwent a greater variety of real misfortunes and miraculous adventures, than any couple that ever existed. Written by Mrs. Aubin. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Aubin , Penelope (Author)
1800
Publisher English Nights Entertainments. The Shipwreck; or, History of Paul and Virginia. Written by Bernardin de St. Pierre. de Saint-Pierre , Jacques-Henri Bernardin (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher Fun for Lovers; or, Choice Valentines, With Their Answers, For The Present Year. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher Laugh When You Can: or The Monstrous Droll Jester, and Chearful Companion. Containing Upwards of Two Hundred and Fifty Good Things, Many of Which Are Not to Be Found in Any Other Collection. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher New Lights from the World of Darkness; or, The Midnight Messenger; With Solemn Signals from the World of Spirits. Containing Wonderful Evidences of the Visits of Ghosts, Apparitions, &c. to Many Person Now Living, and Notices of Death in Several Creditable Families. The Whole Forming a Constellation of Horror!!! Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher Somerset Castle; or the Father and Daughter. A tragic tale. If you have Tears, prepare to shed them now. To which is added, Ghost and no Ghost; or, the dungeon. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher The Adventures of Jerry Last, the Fortunate Cobler. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher The Baron of Lauderbrooke. A Tale. By W. Holloway Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Holloway , William (Author)
1800
Publisher The Baron of Lauderbrooke. A Tale. By W. Holloway Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Holloway , William (Author)
1800
Publisher The Baron of Lauderbrooke. A Tale. By W. Holloway Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Holloway , William (Author)
1800
Publisher The History and Real Adventures of Robin Hood and His Merry Companions. To Which Are Added, Some of the Most Favorite Ballads from an Old Book, Entitled Robin Hood's Garland. by Charles Johnson Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Johnson , Charles (Author)
1800
Publisher The history and real adventures of Robin Hood and his merry companions. Written by Capt. C. Johnson. To which are added, some of the most favorite ballads from an old book, entitled Robin Hood's Garland. Johnson , Charles (Author)
1800
Publisher The Life of Richard Turpin, a Notorious Highwayman. Containing a Particular Account of His Adventures, From His Being First an Apprentice to a Butcher in Whitechapel, to His Execution at York for Horse-Stealing. To Which is Added, the Life of Sawney Beane, the Man-Eater. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher The Life of Richard Turpin, a Notorious Highwayman. Containing a Particular Account of His Adventures, From His Being First an Apprentice to a Butcher in Whitechapel, to His Execution at York for Horse-Stealing. To Which is Added, the Life of Sawney Beane, the Man-Eater. A new edition, with additions. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher The Life, Adventures and Distresses of Charlotte Dupont, and Her Lover Belanger; Who, It is Supposed, Underwent a Greater Variety of Real Misfortunes, and Miraculous Adventures, Than Any Couple That Ever Existed. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher The litle gipsy girl; or, universal fortune-teller. To which is added charms and ceremonies, for knowing future events; and a complete dreaming dictionary. Margaret Finch, queen of the Norwood gipsies. Finch , Margaret (Author)
1800
Publisher The Man of Pleasure; or, Memoirs of Will M. Wilding, Written by Himself. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher The Man of Pleasure; or, Memoirs of Willm. Wilding, Esq. Written by Himself. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher The Misfortunes of Love; or, The Adventures of Henry and Julia. To Which is Added, the Pathetic History of Leonora. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher The Remarkable Life of John Elwes Esq. member in three successive parliaments for Berkshire. With singular anecdotes, &c. written by Captain Topham. Supposed to be the greatest instance of penury that ever existed. A new edition. Topham , Edward (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1800
Publisher The Voyages, Distresses and Adventures of Capt. Winterfield. Written by himself. Containing an account of his transactions in America, during the war; his disastrous voyage to England, in which he had the misfortune to be taken by an Algerine man of war, near the coast of Portugal, and carried to Barbary, where he remained in slavery upwards of six years; his miraculous escape from thence, with five more, in a canvas boat of their own construction, and safe arrival at Majorca; with several remarkable circumstances after his captivity; and his safe arrival at last in Scotland. A New edition. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Winterfield , (Author)
1800
Publisher The Voyages, Travels and Surprising Adventures of Captain Robert Singleton. Written by Daniel Defoe, Author of Robinson Crusoe, &c. &c. Containing an account of his being set on shore in the island of Madagascar; of his Passage from thence, and Travels through the Deserts of Africa; his various Encounters with Savages and wild Beasts; his aqcuiring great riches in Gold Dust and Elephant's Teeth, and return to England. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Defoe , Daniel (Author)
1800

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