ID 142
Name James Swan [Angel Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 4 Angel Street, Newgate Street
City London
Start Date 1802
End Date 1804
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Firm Role Title Author Date
Printer Edwin, King of Northumberland: a story of the seventh century. By Clara Reeve, author of 'The Old English Baron.' Reeve, Clara 1802
Printer Mentorial tales for the instruction of young ladies just leaving school and entering upon the theatre of life. By Mrs. Pilkington. Pilkington, Mary 1802
Printer Tales of Superstition and Chivalry Bannerman, Anne 1802
Printer A Poetical Address from the Jerusalem to the Commanders and Officers, in the Service of the Honourable East India Company; Occasioned by Having Read Two Letters on East India Shipping . . . . Unknown 1803
Printer Emma; Or The Foundling Of The Wood. A Novel. By Miss Brooke, Daughter Of The Late Henry Brooke, Author of The Fool Of Quality, Etc. Brooke, Charlotte 1803
Printer The Christmas fire-side, or, The juvenile critics. By Sarah Wheatley. Wheatley, Sarah 1806
Printer The Lily: A Book for Children: Containing twenty-two trifles in verse; adorned with cuts. Poole, Mrs. 1808
Printer New and comprehensive lessons: containing a general outline of the Roman history: illustrated with forty engravings. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer, Sarah 1812
Printer Romance of the Pyrenees. In four volumes. By the author of Santo Sebastiano, five volumes; and the Forest of Montalbano, four volumes. Fourth Edition. With embellishments. Cuthbertson, Catherine 1812
Printer The Cowslip, or More Cautionary Stories, in Verse. By the author of that much-admired little work, entitled "The Daisy." Turner, Elizabeth 1812
Printer The Peacock "At Home": a Sequel to the Butterfly's Ball. Written by a lady. Dorset, Catherine Anne Turner 1812
Printer A concise history of England: 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 1813
Printer The first book, for children of four years old, containing chiefly, words of one syllable; being an introduction to Mrs. Barbauld's Lessons. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1813
Printer The Mother's Grammar: Being a continuation of The child's grammar; to which it forms a second part; with lessons for parsing; and a few already done, as examples. By Mrs. Lovechild. Fenn, Ellenor 1813
Printer The blind child, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham family. Written for the use of young people, by a lady. The tenth edition. Pinchard, Elizabeth Sibthorpe 1814
Printer The Traveller in Africa, Containing some Account of the Antiquities, Natural Curiosities, and Inhabitants of Such Parts of that Continent and its Islands, as have been Most Explored by Europeans: the route traced on a map, for the entertainment and instruction of young persons. By Priscilla Wakefield. Wakefield, Priscilla 1814
Printer Right and wrong exhibited in the history of Rosa and Agnes. Written for her children by a mother, author of "Always happy," "An introduction to Mrs. Barbauld's lessons," "Key to knowledge," &c. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1815
Printer The Cowslip, or More Cautionary Stories, in Verse. By the author of that much-admired little work entitled "The Daisy." Turner, Elizabeth 1815
Printer The Peacock "At Home": a Sequel to the Butterfly's Ball. Written by a Lady. Dorset, Catherine Anne Turner 1815
Printer The Daisy, or Cautionary Stories, in Verse. Adapted to the Ideas of Chidren from Four to Eight Years Old. Turner, Elizabeth 1816
Printer 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," "First book for children," &c. &c. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1817
Printer The Lily: A Book for Children: Containing twenty-two trifles in verse; adorned with cuts. Poole, Mrs. 1817
Printer A cup of sweets that can never cloy, or Delightful tales for good children. By the author of Short Stories, Summer Rambles, &c., &c. Semple, Elizabeth 1818
Printer The pleasures of life: written for her children by a mother, author of "Always happy," &c. &c. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1818
Printer The Castle of Villeroy; or, The Bandit Chief. By Ann of Kent. Author of Facts Elucidated and the Rose of Clermont Ward, Catherine George 1827

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