ID 1600
Name James Phillips
Gender Unknown
Street Address 2 George Yard, Lombard Street
City London
Start Date 1775
End Date 1797
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Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher A short and easy method of prayer. Translated from the French of Madam J.M.B. de la Mothe Guion, by Thomas Digby Brooke. Bouvier de la Motte-Guyon , Jeanne Marie (Author)
1775
Bookseller A short journal of the labours and travels in the work of the ministry, of that faithful servant of Christ, Deborah Bell. Bell , Deborah (Author)
1776
Printer A short journal of the labours and travels in the work of the ministry, of that faithful servant of Christ, Deborah Bell. Bell , Deborah (Author)
1776
Bookseller The child's conductor: designed to impart to children, in a plain and simple manner, a full knowledge of those important truths which ought to take the lead of all other instruction. By Lady Pennington. Pennington , Sarah (Author)
1777
Printer The child's conductor: designed to impart to children, in a plain and simple manner, a full knowledge of those important truths which ought to take the lead of all other instruction. By Lady Pennington. Pennington , Sarah (Author)
1777
Bookseller Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting. In order to the solemn worship of God. To which are added, several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. By Mary Brook. The fourth edition. Brook , Mary (Author)
1778
Printer Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting. In order to the solemn worship of God. To which are added, several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. By Mary Brook. The fourth edition. Brook , Mary (Author)
1778
Bookseller An account of the captivity of Elizabeth Hanson, late of Kachecky in New-England: who, with four of her children, and servant-maid, was taken captive by the Indians, and carried into Canada. Setting forth The various remarkable Occurrences, sore Trials, and wonderful Deliverances which befel them after their Departure, to the Time of their Redemption. A new edition. Taken in substance from her own mouth, by Samuel Bownas. Hanson , Elizabeth (Author)
Bownas , Samuel (Compiler)
1782
Printer An account of the captivity of Elizabeth Hanson, late of Kachecky in New-England: who, with four of her children, and servant-maid, was taken captive by the Indians, and carried into Canada. Setting forth The various remarkable Occurrences, sore Trials, and wonderful Deliverances which befel them after their Departure, to the Time of their Redemption. A new edition. Taken in substance from her own mouth, by Samuel Bownas. Hanson , Elizabeth (Author)
Bownas , Samuel (Compiler)
1782
Printer Des raisons de la nécéssité d'attendre en silence, pour le culte solemnel de Dieu. A quoi sout [sic] ajoutées, plusieurs citations tirées de l'Apologie de Robert Barclay, ... Par Marie Brook. Le tout traduit de la quatrième édition en anglois par Claude Gay. Brook , Mary (Author)
1782
Bookseller Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting. In order to the solemn worship of God. To which are added, several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. By Mary Brook. The fifth edition. Brook , Mary (Author)
1784
Bookseller Some expressions of Ann Crowley, daughter of Thomas and Mary Crowley, of London, during her last illness, from the 23d of the first month 1773, to the 12th of the second month 1774. With an introductory Testimony Concerning her from the Family. The Third Edition. Crowley , Ann (Author)
1784
Printer Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting. In order to the solemn worship of God. To which are added, several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. By Mary Brook. The fifth edition. Brook , Mary (Author)
1784
Printer Some expressions of Ann Crowley, daughter of Thomas and Mary Crowley, of London, during her last illness, from the 23d of the first month 1773, to the 12th of the second month 1774. With an introductory Testimony Concerning her from the Family. The Third Edition. Crowley , Ann (Author)
1784
Publisher Some expressions of Ann Crowley, daughter of Thomas and Mary Crowley, of London, during her last illness, from the 23d of the first month 1773, to the 12th of the second month 1774. With an introductory Testimony Concerning her from the Family. The Third Edition. Crowley , Ann (Author)
1784
Bookseller A legacy, or widow's mite, left by Alice Hayes, to her children and others: being a brief relation of her life. To which is added, an account of some of her dying sayings. The Fourth Edition. Hayes , Alice (Author)
1786
Bookseller The world unmask'd; or, the philosopher the greatest cheat; in twenty-four dialogues. A new edition. Translated from the French. Huber , Marie (Author)
1786
Printer A legacy, or widow's mite, left by Alice Hayes, to her children and others: being a brief relation of her life. To which is added, an account of some of her dying sayings. The Fourth Edition. Hayes , Alice (Author)
1786
Printer The world unmask'd; or, the philosopher the greatest cheat; in twenty-four dialogues. A new edition. Translated from the French. Huber , Marie (Author)
1786
Bookseller An account of the captivity of Elizabeth Hanson, late of Kachecky in New-England: who, with four of her children, and servant-maid, was taken captive by the Indians, and carried into Canada. Setting forth The various remarkable Occurrences, sore Trials, and wonderful Deliverances which befel them after their Departure, to the Time of their Redemption. A new edition. Taken in substance from her own mouth, by Samuel Bownas. Hanson , Elizabeth (Author)
Bownas , Samuel (Compiler)
1787
Printer An account of the captivity of Elizabeth Hanson, late of Kachecky in New-England: who, with four of her children, and servant-maid, was taken captive by the Indians, and carried into Canada. Setting forth The various remarkable Occurrences, sore Trials, and wonderful Deliverances which befel them after their Departure, to the Time of their Redemption. A new edition. Taken in substance from her own mouth, by Samuel Bownas. Hanson , Elizabeth (Author)
Bownas , Samuel (Compiler)
1787
Printer A sermon on the African slave trade, preached at Maze-Pond, Southwark, Lord’s day afternoon, Nov. 30, 1788. By James Dore. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Dore , James (Author)
1788
Printer On the efficacy of the grace of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. By Susanna Waring, afterwards Susanna Boone. Boone , Susanna (Author)
1790
Bookseller An Address to the People of Great Britain, on The Consumption of West-India Produce. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Fox , William (Author)
1791
Bookseller An address to the people of Great Britain, on The Consumption of West-India produce. The Second Edition. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Fox , William (Author)
1791

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