ID 1446
Name Elizabeth Newbery
Gender Female
Street Address At the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard
City London
Start Date 1780
End Date 1804
Related People Newbery, Elizabeth

Titles

Displaying 25 titles of 462 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Publisher The Prettiest Book for Children; Being the History of the Enchanted Castle. Unknown 1784
Bookseller The life of Cervantes: together with remarks on his writings, by Mr. De Florian. Translated from the French by William Wallbeck. De Florian 1785
Publisher A New History of England. From the earliest period to the present time. On a plan recommended by the Earl of Chesterfield. Embellished with copper-plates, elegantly engraved from the designs of Mr. Wale. By the Reverend Mr. Cooper. A new edition. Johnson, Richard 1785
Publisher Robin Goodfellow; A Fairy Tale. Written by a fairy. For the amusement of all the pretty little faies and fairies in Great Britain and Ireland. Unknown 1785
Publisher She stoops to conquer: or, the mistakes of a night. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by Doctor Goldsmith. Goldsmith, Oliver 1785
Publisher The adventures of Master Headstrong, and Miss Patient, in their journey towards the land of happiness. ... Unknown 1785
Publisher The Fortune-Teller, by the Renowned Dr. Hurlothrumbo. Johnson, Samuel 1785
Publisher A Description of Three Hundred Animals, viz. Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Serpents, and Insects, with a Particular Account of the Manner of their Catching Whales in Greenland. Extracted from the best Authors, and adapted to the use of all capacities. Illustrated with copper-plates, whereon is curiously engraven every beast, bird, fish, serpent, and insect, described in the whole book. A new edition, carefully corrected and amended. Boreman, Thomas 1786
Publisher A Description of Three Hundred Animals, viz. Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Serpents, and Insects, with a Particular Account of the Manner of their Catching Whales in Greenland. Extracted from the Best Authors, and adapted to the use of all Capacities. Illustrated with Copper-plates, whereon it is curiously engraven every Beast, Bird, Fish, Serpent, and Insect, described in the whole book. A New Edition, carefully corrected and amended. Boreman, Thomas 1786
Publisher A New History of England. From the earliest period to the present time. On a plan recommended by the Earl of Chesterfield. Embellished with copper-plates, elegantly engraved from the designs of Mr. Wale. By the Reverend Mr. Cooper. Johnson, Richard 1786
Publisher A New History of the Grecian States, from their Earliest Period to their Extinction by the Ottomans. Designed for the use of young ladies and gentlemen. Unknown 1786
Publisher Adventures of Don Quixote Abridged. de Cervantes, Miguel 1786
Publisher As you like it. A comedy. Written by William Shakspeare. Marked with the variations in the manager’s book, at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Shakespeare, William 1786
Publisher Coriolanus. A tragedy. Written by William Shakspeare. Marked with the variations in the manager’s book, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Shakespeare, William 1786
Publisher Fables of Aesop and Others: Translated into English. With instructive applications; and a print before each fable. By Samuel Croxall, D.D. Late Archdeacon of Hereford. The thirteenth edition, carefully revised, and improved. Croxall, Samuel 1786
Publisher Juvenile Rambles through the Paths of Nature; in which many parts of the wonderful works of the creation are brought forward, and made familiar to the capacity of every little miss and master, who wishes to become wise and good. Embellished with cuts. Johnson, Richard 1786
Publisher Lord Chesterfield's Maxims; or, A New Plan of Education, on the Principles of Virtue and Politeness. In which is conveyed, such instruction as cannot fail to form the Man of Honour, the Man of Virtue, and the Accomplished Gentleman. Being the substance of the Earl of Chesterfield's Letters, to his Son, Philip Stanhope, Esq; Stanhope, Philip Dormer 1786
Publisher Paths of Virtue, Exemplified in the Lives of Eminent Men and Women. Unknown 1786
Publisher She stoops to conquer: or, the mistakes of a night. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by Doctor Goldsmith. Goldsmith, Oliver 1786
Publisher The adventures of a silver penny. Including many secret anecdotes of little misses and masters both good and naughty. Embellished with cuts. Unknown 1786
Publisher The Amusing Instructor: or, Tales and Fables in Prose and Verse, for the Improvement of Youth. Unknown 1786
Publisher The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume I. Containing a Description of Tower of London, Monument, London Bridge, Custom House, Royal Exchange, Bethlem Hospital, St Luke's Hospital, The Magdalen House, Gresham College, Sion College, The South Sea House. Unknown 1786
Publisher The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume II. Containing a Description of Guildhall, Guildhall Chapel, The Bank of England, St Thomas's Hospital, The Mansion House, Foundling Hospital, The East India House, St Stephen's Walbrook, St Mary le Bow, Bridewell Hospital, Christ's Hospital, and London Stone. Unknown 1786
Publisher The History of a Little Boy Found under a Haycock, continued from the first part, given in the Royal Alphabet; or, Child's Best Instructor. Unknown 1786
Publisher The History of France, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. Comprehending every interesting and remarkable occurrence in the annals of that monarchy. Embellished with copper-plate cuts. Designed for the use of young ladies and gentlemen. Johnson, Richard 1786

Recommended Citation

"Elizabeth Newbery" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 1446 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/1446. Accessed 2021-02-25.

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