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

Displaying 51–75 of 281

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher English Nights Entertainments. Edmund and Albina; or, Gothic Times. A Romance. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher English nights entertainments. Romances and Gothic tales. Containing The Ruins of the Abbey of Fitz-Martin. The Bleeding Nun of St. Catherine's. The Castle on the Beach; or, a sea-side story. The Mysterious Monk; or, the cave of blood. Courtney Castle; or, the robber's cavern. The Castle of Hospitality; or, the spectre. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher English nights entertainments. The Black Valley; or, the castle of Rosenberg. A Romance. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher English Nights Entertainments. The Haunted Castle; or, The Child of Misforture. A gothic tale. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher English Nights Entertainments. The life and surprising adventures, and most remarkable escapes, of Rinaldo Rinaldini, captain of a banditti of robbers. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher Lives of Most Remarkable Female Robbers; The German Princess, a Robber & Impostor. Moll Cut-Purse, a Pickpocket & Highwaywoman. Mary Read [and] Anne Bonny, Pirates. Nan Hereford, a Cheat & Impostor. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher Lives of the most remarkable Female Robbers. The German Princess, a Robber & Impostor. Moll Cut-Purse, a Pickpocket & Highwaywoman. Mary Read, Anne Bonny, Pirates. Nan Hereford, a Cheat & Impostor. Written by Captain C. Johnson. Author of Lives of the Highwaymen, &c. Johnson , Charles (Author)
1801
Publisher Romances and Gothic Tales. Containing: The Ruins of the Abbey of Fitzmartin. The Bleeding Nun of St. Catharine’s. The Castle on the Beach; or, A Seaside Story. The Mysterious Monk; or, The Cave of Blood. Courtney Castle; or, The Robber’s Cavern. The Castle of Hospitality; or, The Spectre. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher Tales of Wonder. Containing The Castle of Enchantment; or, The Mysterious Deception; The Robber's Daughter; or, The Phantom of the Grotto; The Magic-Legacy &c. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher The Black Valley; or, The Castle of Rosenberg. A Romance. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher The Economy of Love, by Dr. John Armstrong. To Which Are Added, Love Elegies, by Mr. Hammond. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Armstrong , John (Author)
Hammond , James (Author)
1801
Publisher The Haunted Castle; or, The Child of Misforture. A gothic tale. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1802. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher The Life, Surprising Adventures, and Most Remarkable Escapes of Rinaldo Rinaldini, Captain of a Banditti of Robbers. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher The Man of Pleasure; or, Memoirs of Willm. Wilding, Esq. Written by Himself. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher The Reprobate or Voyages and Singular Adventures of David Doubtful. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher The Strange and Unaccountable Life of Daniel Dancer, Esq. Who Died in a Sack, Though Worth Upwards of £3000 a Year. With Singular Anecdotes of Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer. To Which Are Added, the Remarkable Life of John Overs; With Some Account of His Daughter, Who Was the Original Founder of St. Mary Overs' Church in the Borough; and, The Origin of London Bridge. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher The Three Misers: The Strange and Unaccountable Life of Daniel Dancer, Esq. Who Died in a Sack, Though Worth Upwards of £3000 a Year. With Singular Anecdotes of Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer. To Which Are Added, The Life and Remarkable Death of John Overs, With Some Account of His Daughter. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher The True-Born Englishman, A Satire. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
Publisher The Universal Songster. Monstrous Droll Songs for the Year 1801. In Which is Introduced, The History of Three Finger'd Jack. With a Selection of Toasts and Sentiments. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1801
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)
1801
Publisher Canterbury Tales. In two parts. Containing Part 1. The great devil's tale, The Old Abbey tale, The British Sailor's Tale, and the Knight's tale. Part 2. A Winter's Tale, A Forest Tale, The Fair Russian's Tale, and the Indian's Tale. With two fine engravings. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1802
Publisher Canterbury Tales. Part 2, A Winter's Tale; or, The Desolate Mansion. A Forest Tale; or, The Midnight Hour. The Fair Russian's Tale. And The Indian's Tale. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1802
Publisher English Nights Entertainments. Consisting of a Selection of Histories, Adventures, Lives. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1802
Publisher English Nights Entertainments. The Children of the Priory; or, wars of old. An historical romance. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1802

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