ID 157
Name James Moore [Dublin]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 45 College Green
City Dublin
Start Date 1786
End Date 1803
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Titles

Displaying 25 titles of 124 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Publisher Anecdotes of the late Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. during the last twenty years of his life. By Hesther Lynch Piozzi. Piozzi, Hester Lynch Thrale 1786
Publisher Arpasia; or the wanderer. A novel. By the author of The Nabob. In two volumes. Unknown 1786
Publisher Caroline of Lichtfield; a novel. Translated from the French. By Thomas Holcroft. In two volumes. ... de Montolieu, Isabelle 1786
Publisher Elfrida; or, paternal ambition. A novel. In two volumes. By a lady. ... Gibbes, Phebe 1786
Publisher Fabulous histories, designed for the instruction of children, respecting their treatment of animals. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer, Sarah 1786
Publisher Fanny: a novel, in a series of letters. Written by a lady. In two volumes. Holford, Margaret (the elder) 1786
Publisher Florio: A tale, for fine gentlemen and fine ladies: and, the bas bleu; or conversation: two poems. More, Hannah 1786
Publisher Sacred dramas, written in French, by Madame La Comtesse de Genlis. Translated into English, by Thomas Holcroft. du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie Félicité 1786
Publisher The errors of innocence, in two volumes. ... Lee, Harriet 1786
Publisher The gamesters: a novel: in two volumes. By the authoress of Burton-wood and Joseph. ... Mackenzie, Anna Maria 1786
Publisher The recess; or, a tale of other times. By the author of The chapter of accidents. Lee, Sophia 1786
Publisher Zoriada: or, Village annals. A novel. Hughes, Anne 1786
Printer A hermit's tale: recorded by his own hand, and found in his cell. Lee, Sophia 1787
Printer Maria: A novel. In two volumes. By the author of George Bateman. Blower, Elizabeth 1787
Publisher A School for Greybeards; or, The Mourning Bride: a Comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. By Mrs. Cowley. Cowley, Hannah 1787
Publisher Religion considered as the only basis of happiness and of true philosophy. A work written for the instruction of the children of his most serene highness the Duke of Orleans; And in which the principes of modern pretended philosophers are laid open and refuted. By Madame the Marchioness of Sillery, Heretofore Countess of Genlis. In two volumes. du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie Félicité 1787
Publisher Seduction: A comedy. as it is performed at the Theatre-royal in Drury Lane. By Thomas Holcroft. Holcroft, Thomas 1787
Publisher The history of Lady Emma Melcombe, and her family. By a female. In three volumes. Unknown, [Woman] 1787
Publisher The memoirs of Mrs. Sophia Baddeley. Late of Drury-Lane Theatre. By Mrs. Elizabeth Steele. In three volumes. Steele, Elizabeth 1787
Publisher The Midnight Hour; or, War of Wits. A Farce, in two acts. Translated from the French. "Ruse Contre Ruse; ou, La Guerre Ouverte." Represented seventy successive nights at Paris. And now performing with universal applause. 1787
Publisher The oeconomy of charity; or, an address to ladies concerning Sunday-Schools; the establishment of schools of industry under female inspection; And The Distribution Of Voluntary Benefactions. To which is added an appendix, Containing An Account Of The Sunday-Schools In Old Brentford. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer, Sarah 1787
Publisher The romance of real life. By Charlotte Smith. In two volumes. Smith, Charlotte Turner 1787
Publisher Emmeline, the orphan of the castle. By Charlotte Smith. In two volumes. Smith, Charlotte Turner 1788
Publisher Fatal follies: or, The history of the Countess of Stanmore. In two volumes. Thomson, Anna 1788
Publisher Features from life; or, a summer visit. By the author of George Bateman, and Maria. In two volumes. ... Blower, Elizabeth 1788

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"James Moore [Dublin]" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 157 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/157. Accessed 2021-09-24.

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