ID 1514
Name Martha Gurney
Gender Female
Street Address 128 Holborn
City London
Start Date 1771
End Date 1805
Sources British Book Trade Index 29464
Related People Gurney, Martha
Related Firms Joseph and Martha Gurney
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Titles

Displaying 51–75 of 122

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller An Address to the People of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India Sugar and Rum. The Thirteenth Edition, with Additions. Fox , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Bookseller An Address to the People of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India Sugar and Rum. The Twenty-fifth Edition. Fox , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Bookseller An Address to the People of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India Sugar and Rum. The Twenty-fourth Edition. Fox , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Bookseller An Address to the People of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India Sugar and Rum. The Twenty-second Edition. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Fox , William (Author)
1791
Bookseller An Address to the People of Great Britain, on the utility of refraining from The Use of West India Sugar and Rum, The Fourth Edition corrected. Fox , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Bookseller An address to the people of Great Britain, on the utility of refraining from West India sugar and rum. The fifth edition, corrected. Fox , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Bookseller An address to the people of Great Britain, proving the necessity of refraining from sugar and rum, in order to abolish the African slave-trade. Fox , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Bookseller An Address to the People of Great-Britain, on the Consumption of West-India Produce. The Third Edition. Fox , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Bookseller Divine poems and essays on various subjects. Viz. Immanuel; or, the Godhead of Christ displayed. A Meditation written in a Bower at Lady Grove, Sutton. Elegies. Epithalamiums. Epistles to Miranda, &c. Hymns. A Poem on Redemption. A Walk at Enfield. Meditations on the Canticles. - for the Lord's Supper. Christ All in All. Meditations on Rev. xii. 6. A Summer Day's Excursion. Odes. Letters. A Soliloquy. By Maria De Fleury. With recommendatory prefaces, by the Rev. Mr Wills, Rev. Mr Towers, and Rev. Mr Ryland. de Fleury , Maria (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Bookseller Falsehood examined at the bar of truth; or, a farewell to Mr. Wm. Huntington, and Mr. Thomas Jones, Of Reading: containing strictures on the broken cistern; written by the former, Addressed to the Rev. Mr. Ryland, Senior. And upon Mystery Babylon, encompassed for utter destruction, written by the latter. By Maria De Fleury. de Fleury , Maria (Author)
Trapp , Mrs. (Bookseller)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Bookseller The barber’s mirror; or a portrait of the Rev. William Huntington, drawn from real life: being remarks on that gentleman’s pamphlet entitled "the Barber:" with an account of his strange and deplorable frenzy. In a letter to a friend. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Printer An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum. Fox , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Printer)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Bookseller A short sketch of the evidence delivered before a Committee of the House of Commons for the abolition of the slave-trade: to which is added, a recommendation of the subject to the serious attention of the people in general. Crafton , William Bell (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller A summary of the evidence produced before a commitee of the House of Commons, relating to the slave trade. The Sixth Edition. By the author of the address to the people of Great Britain; the 17th edition of which may be had of M. Gurney. Fox , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller An address to Protestant dissenters, on the origin and influence of the Regium Donum. Mayo , Henry (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Publisher)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Fox , William (Author)
1792
Bookseller An address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum. Fox , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller An address, to the people called Methodists; concerning the criminality of encouraging slavery. By Samuel Bradburn. Bradburn , Samuel (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller An elegy on the death of the Reverend Mr. John Ryland, M.A. of Northampton, who died at enfield, on July 24, 1792, in the sixty-ninth year of his age. By Legatus. Legatus , (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller Considerations addressed to professors of Christianity of every denomination, on the impropriety of consuming West-India sugar and rum, as produced by the oppressive labour of slaves. The second edition, corrected. MDCCXCII. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller Cruelty the natural and inseparable consequence of slavery, and both diametrically opposite to the doctrine and spirit of the Christian religion: represented in a sermon, preached on Sunday, March 11th, 1792, at Hemel-Hempstead, Herts. By John Liddon. Liddon , John (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller The craftsmen: a sermon, or paraphrase, upon several verses in the 19th chapter of the Acts of the Apostles. By Thomas Gordon, Esq. Gordon , Thomas (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller The duty of abstaining from the use of West India produce, a speech, delivered at Coach-Maker’s-Hall, Jan. 12, 1792. Allen , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller The duty of abstaining from the use of West India produce, a speech, delivered at Coach-maker’s-Hall, Jan. 12, 1792. Allen , William (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792
Bookseller The general religious instruction of the poor, the surest means of promoting universal national happiness: represented in a sermon, preached on Sunday, September 30, 1792, at Hemel-Hempstead, Herts; for the benefit of the Sunday-schools established in that town, ... By John Liddon. Liddon , John (Author)
Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1792

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