"Firm ID",Name,Gender,"Street Address",City,"Start Date","End Date",Role,"Title Id",Title,"Signed Author",Pseudonym,Imprint,"Self Published","Printing City","Printing Country","Printing Lat","Printing Long",Date,Format,Length,Width,Edition,Volumes,Pagination,Sources,"Price Pound","Price Shilling","Price Pence","Other Price",Genre,"Shelf mark" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,8368,"Mademoiselle de Clermont, L'Apostasie, our La Devote. Le Chateau de Kolmeras, Le Journaliste. Par Mad. de Genlis.","Par Mad. de Genlis.",,"Se trouve à Londres, chez Deboffe, Libraire, No. 7, Gerrard Street, Soho; A. Dulac & Co. Soho-Square; & Prosper & Co. No. 1, Wardour-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Unknown,,,,6,,"Chawton House Library 2578",,,,,"Fiction Novel","CHL 2578" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,8949,"Traits of Nature, by Miss Burney, author of Clarentine, Geraldine Fauconberg, &c. Second Edition. In four volumes.","By Miss Burney, author of Clarentine, Geraldine Fauconberg, &c.",,"Printed for Henry Colburn, English and Foreign Public Library, Conduit Street, Hanover Square",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1812,Duodecimo,,,"Second Edition.",4,"I iii, 360; II 333; III 339; IV 344","The English Novel 1770-1829 1812: 24; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000586994",,,,,Fiction,NUC 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,13043,"De L'Allemagne. Par Mme la Baronne de Staël Holstein. Seconde Édition.","Par Mme la Baronne de Staël Holstein.",,"Paris, H. Nicolle, à la libraire stéréotype, Rue de Seine, No. 12, 1810; ré-imprimé par John Murray, Albemarle-Street, Londres, 1813",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1813,Octavo,21,13,"Seconde Édition.",3,"xxi, 360; 399; 416","British Library 168.f.5-7; Houghton Library FC8.st132.810dc",1,16,,,History,"BL 168.f.5-7 Houghton FC8.st132.810dc" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10047,"The Rival Roses; or Wars of York and Lancaster. A Metrical Tale. Inscribed, by permission, to Her Grace the Duchess Dowager of Rutland. In Two vols.",,,"London: Printed for the author by J. J. Stockdale, No. 41, Pall-Mall.",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1813,Octavo,21,13,,1,163,"Jackson Bibliography 1704; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc2.ark:/13960/t3zs2pk1c;view=1up;seq=7",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11642.e.30" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,8359,"The Rival Roses; or Wars of York and Lancaster. A Metrical Tale. Inscribed, by permission, to her Grace the Duchess Dowager of Rutland. In Two vols.",Anonymous,,"Printed for the Author; Sold by J.J. Stockdale, No. 41, Pall-Mall.",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1813,Unknown,,,,2,,"Chawton House Library 4188; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uc2.ark:/13960/t5p847d2w; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=xdWEugEACAAJ&dq=""rival roses"" AND ""1813""&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjVqv6HyZ7hAhUHnZ4KHb3IATwQ6AEIKDAA",,,,,Poetry,"CHL 4188" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,975,"Klopstock and His Friends: A Series of Familiar Letters, written between the years 1750 and 1803. Translated from the German, with a Biographical Introduction. bu Miss Benger.","Miss Benger",,"Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit-Street, Naover-Square. Sold also by G. Goldie, Edinburgh; J. Cumming, Dublin.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1814,Octavo,,,,1,"xxxiii 809","Orlando 582; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Klopstock_and_his_friends_A_series_of_fa/RptcAAAAcAAJ?hl=en&gbpv=1&; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01017079411",,,,,Letters,"BL Shelfmark(s): General Reference Collection DRT Digital Store 10920.h.26." 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,196,"Glenowen; or, The Fairy Palace. A Tale. By Eleanor Sleath; illustrated with engravings.","By Eleanor Sleath.",,"Printed for Black and Co., Leadenhall Street: and J. Harris, St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1815,Unknown,15,8,,1,193,"Orlando 22115; Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u755853; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=A7xZ2CqY1GIC",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, Marjorie. John Harris's books for youth, 1801-1843, 806; BL RB23a12537" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9057,"Memoirs of the Villars Family; or, The Philanthropist: A Novel, in three volumes. By Harriett Waller Weeks.","By Harriett Waller Weeks",,"Printed for the Author, and published by C. Chapple, No. 66, Pall-Mall",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1815,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I x, 193; II 219; III 262","The English Novel 1770-1829 1815: 52; NCCO GALE|PXIGGC878512827",,18,,,"Fiction Novel","Corvey; CME 3-628-48881-8; NSTC W1048 (BI BL, C)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10408,"Cato, or, Interesting adventures of a dog of sentiment: interspersed with many amiable examples and real anecdotes. By a lady.","By a lady.",,"Printed for J. Harris",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1816,Unknown,14,9,,1,176,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1115638; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 116 (1)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, II:870; Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 116(1)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9060,"Edgar: A National Tale. By Miss Appleton, author of Private Education, &c. In Three Volumes.","By Miss Appleton, author of Private Education, &c.",,"Printed for Henry Colburn, Public Library, Conduit Street, Hanover Square",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1816,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I viii, 275; II 274; III 276","The English Novel 1770-1829 1816: 14; NCCO GALE|RXGMSR371206602",1,1,,,"Fiction Tale","BL N.1897; Corvey; CME 3-628-47066-8; ECB 23; NSTC 2A14441 (BI BL, C)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9621,"Narrative of a Ten Years' Residence at Tripoli in Africa: From the Original Correspondence in the possession of the family of the late Richard Tully, Esq. The British Consul. Comprising Authentic Memoirs and Anecdotes of the Reigning Bashaw, his family, and other persons of distinction; also an account of The Domestic Manners of the Moors, Arabs, and Turks. Illustrated with a Map and several coloured Plates.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Henry Colburn, British and Foreign Public Library, Conduit Street, Hanover Square",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1816,Quarto,,,,1,"xiii, 370","SFU Library - Bennett Bennett DT 218 T8; British Travel Writing: Women's Travel Writing, 1780–1840 BTW1188; Google Books https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=lbJfAAAAcAAJ&printsec=; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/012410019?",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography,"Bennett DT 218 T8" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,14617,"Narrative of a Ten Years' Residence at Tripoli in Africa: From the Original Correspondence in the possession of the family of the late Richard Tully, Esq. The British Consul. Comprising Authentic Memoirs and Anecdotes of the Reigning Bashaw, his family, and other persons of distinction; also an account of The Domestic Manners of the Moors, Arabs, and Turks. Second Edition. Illustrated with a Map and several coloured Plates.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit Street, Hanover Square. Sold also by J. Cumming, Dublin, and Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh. 1817.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1817,,,,"Second Edition.",1,"xiii, 376","Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001605357; Archive.org https://archive.org/details/b22013623",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10211,"The Spring Bud, or Rural Scenery in Verse. With Descriptive Notes. For the Instruction and Amusement of Young Persons. By Elizabeth Appleton, author of ""Private Education,"" &c., &c.","By Elizabeth Appleton, author of ""Private Education,"" &c., &c.",,"J. Harris",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1818,Unknown,17,10,,1,"vi, 31","Jackson Bibliography 4261; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (22)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 11645.aa.42" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9122,"Zuma, or The Tree of Health. To which are added, The Fair Pauline,—Zeneida,—The Reeds of the Tiber,—and The Widow of Luzi. By Madame de Genlis.","By Madame de Genlis",,"Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit Street, Hanover Square",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1818,Duodecimo,20,,,1,"iv, 277","The English Novel 1770-1829 1818: 32; British Library BL 837.b.24; Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1881541",,6,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 837.b.24; NSTC 2B54580" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,14616,"Letters Written During a Ten Years' Residence at the Court of Tripoli; Published from the Originals in the Possession of the Family of the Late Richard Tully, ESQ. The British Consul: Comprising Authentic Memoirs and Anecdotes of the Reigning Bashaw, His Family, and Other Persons of Distinction; Also, an Account of the Domestic Manners of the Moors, Arabs, and Turks. Third Edition. In Two Volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1819,,,,"Third Edition",2,"I viii, 375; II 396","Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=GcwTAAAAYAAJ&printsec=; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=J01CAAAAcAAJ&printsec=; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008617281; Archive.org https://archive.org/details/letterswrittend00tullgoog",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,285,"Ode, Addressed to the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Belgrave, on his marriage with the right honourable Lady Elizabeth Mary Leveson Gower, September 16, 1819. By Miss Porden.","By Miss Porden",,"Printed for the author by Cox and Baylis, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields.",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1819,Octavo,20,13,,1,16,"Orlando 18387; Jackson Bibliography 4626; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=T91RTwe0dHUC",,,,,Poetry,"BL B.700 (10)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10301,"The History of Britannicus and his sister Octavia. By Miss Sandham, Author of The Twin Sisters, &c. &c. &c.","By Miss Sandham, Author of The Twin Sisters, &c. &c. &c.",,"Printed for Harris and Son, Corner of St. Paul's Churchyard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1819,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,"viii, 315","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u2298045; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 774; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/011821964",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 774; Osborne catalogue, II:792" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11532,"The Infant's Friend, or Easy Reading Lessons for Young Children. Revised and arranged by a lady, author of 'Cato, or the Adventures of a Dog.'","Revised and arranged by a lady, author of 'Cato, or the Adventures of a Dog.'",,"Printed for Harris and Son, Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1819,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,36,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 395 (1); British Library C.194.a.716(2.)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL C.194.a.716(2.)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10317,"True stories from modern history: chronologically arranged from the death of Charlemagne to the Battle of Waterloo. By A mother, author of ""Always happy,"" and ""Hints on the sources of happiness,"" &c. &c.","By A mother, author of ""Always happy,"" and ""Hints on the sources of happiness,"" &c. &c.",,"Printed for Harris and Son, corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1819,Unknown,15,9,,3,"viii, 202; 207; 215","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u451950; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 86 (1)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 86(1)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11331,"True stories, from ancient history: chronologically arranged. From the creation of the world to the death of Charlemagne. By the author of ""Always happy,"" &c.","By the author of ""Always happy,"" &c.",,"Printed for Harris and Son, Corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1819,Unknown,14,9,,3,"xii, 187; 224; 224","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 84 (1); Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/ivW-bJ1c7awC; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/_HGJkVT7BIsC; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/vk1DBsSQxtUC",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9169,"Olivia, or The Orphan. A Tale. In Two Volumes. By a lady of distinction.","By a lady of distinction",,"Printed for Matthew Iley, Somerset-Street, Portman-Square",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1820,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I 240; II 207","The English Novel 1770-1829 1820: 8; NCCO GALE|WCRPXA363786599",,12,6.0,,"Fiction Tale","Corvey; CME 3-628-48256-9; ECB 423; NSTC 2O3379 (BI BL)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11906,"The Snowdrop, or Poetry for Henry and Emily's Library. By a lady.","By a lady.",,"Printed for J. Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1820,,18,11,,1,36,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 815 (1); Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Snowdrop_Or_Poetry_for_Henry_and_Emi/NBgpnQEACAAJ",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Spencer; Renier; Opie; Lilly" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11332,"True stories from ancient history: chronologically arranged from the creation of the world to the death of Charlemagne. By A mother, author of ""Always happy,"" ""Stories from modern history,"" &c.","By A mother, author of ""Always happy,"" ""Stories from modern history,"" &c.",,"Printed for Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1820,Unknown,14,9,,3,"xii, 187; 224; 224","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 84 (1A)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Gumuchian 5643" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10544,"Fruits of enterprize exhibited in the travels of Belzoni in Egypt and Nubia: interspersed with the observations of a mother to her children. By the author of ""The India cabinet.""","By the author of ""The India cabinet.""",,"Printed for Harris and Son, St. Paul's Church Yard. 1821.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1821,Duodecimo,18,10,,1,"xii, 250","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1435440; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 982 (1); Google Books https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Y0AGAAAAQAAJ&printsec=; British Travel Writing: Women's Travel Writing, 1780–1840 BTW1009; NSTC 2B17169",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 982(1); cf. Osborne catalogue, I:195" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,720,"Ode on the Coronation of His Most Gracious Majesty George the Fourth, July 19, 1821. By Miss Porden.","By Miss Porden",,Unknown,yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1821,Unknown,19,12,,1,16,"Orlando 105548; Jackson Bibliography 6135",,,,,Poetry,"Bodley 3967 e.105 (10)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,641,"The Favourite of Nature. A Tale. In Three Volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria-Lane.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1821,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I iv, 366; II 414; III 383","Orlando 40985; The English Novel 1770-1829 1821: 54",,21,,,"Fiction Tale","CHL 412; Corvey; CME 3-628-47503-1; ECB 201; NSTC 2K2397 (BI BL, C, Dt, E, O; NA MH)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,610,"The Favourite of Nature. A Tale. In Three Volumes. Second Edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria-Lane.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1821,Duodecimo,18,,"Second Edition.",3,"I iv, 366; II 414; III 383","Orlando 45046; The English Novel 1770-1829 1821: 54; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100103657",,,,,"Fiction Tale",NSTC 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,12016,"Fruits of enterprize exhibited in the travels of Belzoni in Egypt and Nubia: interspersed with the observations of a mother to her children. By the author of ""The India cabinet."" Second Edition.","By the author of ""The India cabinet.""",,"Printed for Harris and Son, St. Paul's Church Yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Unknown,18,10,"Second Edition.",1,"xii, 250","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 982 (2); Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/012192469",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL; Bod.; Renier; OOxM; Gumuchian 520; Briggs; Baldwin; Lilly" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9233,"Langreath, A Tale. By Mrs. Nathan, authoress of Elvington. In Three Volumes.","By Mrs. Nathan, authoress of Elvington",,"Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 350; II 348; III 468","The English Novel 1770-1829 1822: 59; NCCO GALE|UIKVIW103858442",,21,,,"Fiction Tale","Corvey; CME 3-628-48250-X; ECB 406; NSTC 2N1559 (BI BL, C)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11326,"Nursery morals: chiefly in monosyllables: with twenty-four engravings; By the author of ""Always Happy,"" &c. &c.","By the author of ""Always Happy,"" &c. &c.",,"Printed for J. Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Unknown,14,9,,1,165,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 81 (2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,978,"Osmond, A Tale. By the author of ""The Favourite of Nature:"" In Three Volumes.","By the author of ""The Favourite of Nature""",,"G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I iv, 312; II 327; III 396","Orlando 41025; The English Novel 1770-1829 1822: 51",,21,,,"Fiction Tale","BL N.118; ECB 318; NSTC 2K2406 (BI C, E; NA MH)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11247,"The adopted daughter: a tale for young persons. By Miss Sandham, author of The twin sisters, William Selwyn, and many other approved works.","By Miss Sandham, author of The twin sisters, William Selwyn, and many other approved works.",,"Printed for J. Harris and Son, St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Unknown,14,9,,1,"iv, 204","Devon Collection of Children's Books (Moon) (304); John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 767 (2)",,2,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL; Exeter; Baldwin; OOxM" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9202,"The Favourite of Nature. A Tale. In Three Volumes. Third Edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria-Lane.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Duodecimo,17,0,"Third Edition.",3,"I iv, 366; II 414; III 383","The English Novel 1770-1829 1821: 54; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/000783328",0,21,0.0,,"Fiction Tale",NSTC 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,8409,"The House Of Ravenspur, A Romance. By Mrs. Jamieson. In Four Volumes.","By Mrs. Jamieson",,"Printed For G. And W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria-Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Duodecimo,,,,4,"I 312; II 306; III 300; IV 329","The English Novel 1770-1829 1822: 47; Chawton House Library 6376",,24,,,"Fiction Romance","CHL 6376; Corvey; CME 3-628-47930-4; ECB 306; NSTC 2T12204 (BI BL; NA MH)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,669,"The Linnet's Life: Twelve poems with a copper plate engraving to each.",Anonymous,,"Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave Maria Lane; and B. J. Holdsworth, St Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Duodecimo,16,10,,1,36,"Orlando 13079; Jackson Bibliography 6545",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne II, 663; Stewart, C.D. Taylors of Ongar, A39a" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11518,"The son of a genius: a tale for the use of youth. By Mrs. Hofland, author of ""The Crusaders,"" ""Ellen the Teacher,"" ""The Blind Farmer,"" &c. &c. A New edition.","By Mrs. Hofland, author of ""The Crusaders,"" ""Ellen the Teacher,"" ""The Blind Farmer,"" &c. &c.",,"Printed for J. Harris and Son, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard; Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers-Court",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Duodecimo,14,9,"A New edition",1,"viii, 180","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 374 (7); British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01018067521",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 12612.a.41." 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10570,"A visit to Grove Cottage: for the entertainment and instruction of children.",Anonymous,,"Published by Harris & Son, St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Octodecimo,17,10,,1,156,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1978412; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 988 (1); British Library 12807.l.51.",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 988(1), (2); Osborne catalogue, I:216; BL 12807.l.51." 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10409,"Cato, or, Interesting adventures of a dog: interspersed with many real anecdotes. By a lady.","By a lady.",,"Printed for Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Unknown,15,9,,1,174,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1544315; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 116 (2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, I:239; Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 116(2)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10294,"Claudine, or, Humility, the basis of all the virtues: a Swiss tale. By the author of 'Always happy,'-'Nina,'-'Hints on happiness,' &c. &c. Second edition.","By the author of 'Always happy,'-'Nina,'-'Hints on happiness,' &c. &c.",,"J. Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Unknown,17,10,"Second edition.",1,200,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u2271864; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 74 (2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 74(2); Osborne catalogue, I:234" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11354,"Constance and Caroline, A moral tale, by a young lady.","by a young lady.",,"J. Harris and Son, St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,,14,9,,1,"viii, 179","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (157); Archive.org https://archive.org/details/constancecarolin00londiala",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Sotheby 21.10.74/512" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,12017,"Fruits of enterprize exhibited in the travels of Belzoni in Egypt and Nubia: interspersed with the observations of a mother to her children. By the author of ""The India cabinet."" Third edition.","By the author of ""The India cabinet.""",,"Printed for Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Duodecimo,18,10,"Third edition.",1,"xii, 250","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 982 (3); British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01000266222",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 10098.a.18.; Som.; Baldwin; Renier" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9229,"Osmond, A Tale. By the author of ""The Favourite of Nature."" Second Edition. In Three Volumes.","By the author of ""The Favourite of Nature.""",,"Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Duodecimo,0,0,"Second Edition.",3,"I iv, 312; II 326; III 396","The English Novel 1770-1829 1822: 51; NCCO GALE|OFPENW304441657",0,21,0.0,,"Fiction Tale","Corvey; CME 3-628-48317-4" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11801,"Rainsford Villa, or Juvenile Independence. A tale. By a lady.","By a lady.",,"Printed for J. Harris and Son, St. Paul's Church-yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,,14,9,,1,139,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (699); Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=vYUYAAAAYAAJ",,,,,"Fiction Tale","FCB p. 417; UCLA; Baldwin; Lilly; BL; Osborne; Harvard College Library KC 261, Juv 823.10" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11283,"The adventures of Congo in search of his master; an American tale. Containing a true account of a shipwreck, and interspersed with anecdotes founded on facts. Illustrated with engravings.",Anonymous,,"J. Harris and Son, St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Duodecimo,16,9,,1,"x, 191","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (7); British Library 12804.ff.26.",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 12804.ff.26." 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10557,"The India cabinet opened, or, Natural curiosities: rendered a source of amusement to young minds by the explanations of a mother. Second edition.","by the explanations of a mother.",,"Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Unknown,15,9,"Second edition.",1,"viii, 172","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1842784; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 984 (2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 984(2); Osborne catalogue, II:842" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11519,"The son of a genius: a tale for the use of youth. By Mrs. Hofland.","By Mrs. Hofland.",,"Printed for J. Harris and Son, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard; Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers-Court",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Unknown,14,9,"New edition",1,"viii, 180","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 374 (8); Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1961630",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10099,"The tell-tale: an original collection of moral and amusing stories.",Anonymous,,"Harris and Son; printed by Cox and Baylis",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Unknown,17,10,,1,174,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u217910; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (905)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Opie, A 1173; Osborne catalogue, I:312; Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, I:905; Gumuchian 5567" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,782,"The Wars of the Jews, as related by Josephus, adapted to the capacities of young persons. Illustrated by twenty-four engravings, after original designs by Mr. Brooke.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Unknown,18,10,,1,"xii, 215","Orlando 7114; Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u2263324",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 419(1); Gumuchian 3455" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11320,"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"" - ""Hints on Happiness"" - &c. &c.","Written by a mother, author of ""Always Happy"" - ""Hints on Happiness"" - &c. &c.",,"J. Harris, corner of St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,Unknown,15,9,,1,"viii, 172","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 78 (6)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11306,"Always happy!!!, or, Anecdotes of Felix and his sister Serena: a tale. Written for her children by a mother.","Written for her children by a mother.",,"J. Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,Unknown,15,9,,1,"vi, 170","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 72 (7)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10874,"Birds on the wing, or, Pleasant tales, and useful hints on the value and right use of time. By Miss Parker.","By Miss Parker.",,"John Harris",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,Unknown,15,,"2nd ed.",1,"viii, 172","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1435664; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 601 (2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth 601(2); Osborne catalogue, II:920-1" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10238,"Claudine, or, Humility, the basis of all the virtues: a Swiss tale. By the author of 'Always happy,'-'Nina,'-'Hints on happiness,' &c. &c. Third edition.","By the author of 'Always happy,'-'Nina,'-'Hints on happiness,' &c. &c.",,"J. Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,Unknown,17,10,"Third edition.",1,200,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1518211; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 74 (3)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 74(3)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11395,"Female Friendship: A tale for Sundays. By the author of the ""School for Sisters.""","By the author of the ""School for Sisters.""",,"J. Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,,17,9,,1,"iv, 212","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (258); Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Female_Friendship/F8hvi4ghFg0C",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9292,"Stanmore; or, The Monk, and The Merchant's Widow. By Sophia Reeve. In Three Volumes.","By Sophia Reeve",,"Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 278; II 258; III 271","The English Novel 1770-1829 1824: 78; NCCO GALE|VYLZYI244971822",,18,,,Fiction,"Corvey; CME 3-628-48522-3; ECB 483; NSTC 2R5346 (BI BL, C, E, O; NA MH)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11924,"The Eskdale herd-boy: a Scottish tale: for the instruction and amusement of young persons. By Mrs. Blackford. Second Edition.","By Mrs. Blackford.","Mrs. Blackford","Printed for J. Harris, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,Unknown,14,9,"Second Edition.",1,"xii, 201","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 827 (2); British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01018491011",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Gumuchian 729; UCLA; Baldwin; Bedfd.; BL RB.23.a.12523" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11535,"The Infant's Friend, or Easy Reading Lessons for Young Children. Revised and arranged by a lady, author of 'Cato, or the Adventures of a Dog.'","Revised and arranged by a lady, author of 'Cato, or the Adventures of a Dog.'",,"John Harris and Son.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,,18,11,,1,36,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 395 (4); WorldCat 179283533",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11899,"The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion. By Miss Sandham, author of ""Britannicus and Octavia;"" ""William Selwyn;"" ""Adopted Daughter;"" ""Chosroes and Heraclius;"" &c. Fourteenth Edition.","By Miss Sandham, author of ""Britannicus and Octavia;"" ""William Selwyn;"" ""Adopted Daughter;"" ""Chosroes and Heraclius;"" &c.",,"Printed for J. Harris and Son, corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,Unknown,18,11,"Fourteenth Edition.",1,"viii, 208","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 784 (14); Archive.org https://archive.org/details/twinsisters00sandiala",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",Renier 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,1087,"Trials; A Tale. By the author of ""The Favourite of Nature,"" &c. &c. In three volumes.","By the author of ""The Favourite of Nature,"" &c. &c",,"Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 328; II 315; III 314","Orlando 41026; The English Novel 1770-1829 1824: 58",,21,,,"Fiction Tale","CHL 413; Corvey; CME 3-628-48828-1; ECB 599; NSTC 2K2417 (BI BL, C, Dt, O; NA MH)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11341,"True stories from modern history: chronologically arranged from the death of Charlemagne to the Battle of Waterloo. By A mother, author of ""Always happy,"" &c. &c. Second edition.","By A mother, author of ""Always happy,"" &c. &c.",,"Harris and Son, St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,Duodecimo,17,10,"Second edition.",1,"xi, 312","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 86 (2); British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01016750600",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10981,"Adelaide, or, The intrepid daughter: a tale, including historical anecdotes of Henry the Great and the Massacre of St. Bartholomew. By the author of ""Theodore,"" ""Son of a genius,"" &c. Second Edition.","By the author of ""Theodore,"" ""Son of a genius,"" &c",,"London: Printed for John Harris, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1825,Duodecimo,18,10,"Second Edition.",1,"vii, 156","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1892440; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 368 (2); British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01018109603",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 368(2); Gumuchian, 3046; Osborne catalogue, II:896; BL RB.23.a.24118." 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,939,"Alfred Campbell, the Young Pilgrim; Containing Travels in Egypt and the Holy Land. With Twenty-Four Engravings. By Mrs. Hofland, Author of “Son of a Genius,” &c. &c. &c.","By Mrs. Hofland, author of ""Son of a Genius,"" &c. &c. &c.",,"John Harris, Corner of St. Paul’s Church-Yard. 1825.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1825,Duodecimo,18,10,,1,"viii, 231","Orlando 13686; Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1567956; Google Books https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=epgLAAAAYAAJ",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography,"Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 369(1); Osborne catalogue, I:184; IA NYPL; HT Harv; NSTC 2H29369" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10266,"Chit-chat, or, Short tales in short words: with thirty-nine engravings. By the author of ""Always happy,"" &c.","By the author of ""Always happy,"" &c.",,"John Harris",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1825,Unknown,14,10,,1,156,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1964718; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 73 (1)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, II:863-864; Moon, M. Harris (1992), 73(1)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10410,"Easy rhymes for children from five to ten years of age: with eight engravings. By A Lady, author of ""Cato, or the Adventures of a Dog;"" ""The infant's friend,"" ""Little rhymes for little folks,"" &c. &c. &c.","By A Lady, author of ""Cato, or the Adventures of a Dog;"" ""The infant's friend,"" ""Little rhymes for little folks,"" &c. &c. &c.",,"John Harris, St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1825,Unknown,14,10,,1,"iv, 92","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u2299084; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 230 (1)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. Harris, 230(1); Osborne catalogue, II:634" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10569,"Relics of antiquity: exhibited in the ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum, with an account of the destruction and recovery of those celebrated cities. By the author of ""Fruits of enterprise""; compiled from authentic sources, and intended for the use of young persons.","By the author of ""Fruits of enterprise""",,"J. Harris, St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1825,Duodecimo,18,11,,1,"ix, 143","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1969075; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (987); British Travel Writing: Women's Travel Writing, 1780–1840 BTW1010",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 987; Gumuchian, 4701; Osborne catalogue, II:817" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11790,"The blind child, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham family. Written for the use of young people. By a lady. New edition.","By a lady.",,"J. Harris, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and G.B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1825,Unknown,14,9,"New edition.",1,"vii, 169","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 656 (9); Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Blind_Child_Or_Anecdotes_of_the_Wynd/bewXAAAAYAAJ",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Gumuchian 773" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11342,"True stories, from modern history: chronologically arranged from the death of Charlemagne to the Battle of Waterloo. By A mother, author of ""Always happy,"" and ""Claudine,"" &c. Third edition.","By A mother, author of ""Always happy,"" and ""Hints on the sources of happiness,"" &c. &c.",,"J. Harris, St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1825,Unknown,17,10,"Third edition.",1,312,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 86 (3); Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/True_stories_from_modern_history_By_a_mo/9KFXAAAAcAAJ",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Gumuchian 5644" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11349,"William Tell, or the Patriot of Switzerland. Translated freely from the French of M. de Florian, to which is prefixed, the life of the author.","Translated freely from the French of M. de Florian",,"John Harris",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1825,Unknown,17,10,,1,171,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 136 (2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,10963,"The daughter of a genius: a tale for youth. By Mrs. Hofland. Author of ""the son of Genius,"" ""Ellen the Teacher,"" &c &c. Third edition with improvements.","By Mrs. Hofland. Author of ""the son of Genius,"" ""Ellen the Teacher,"" &c &c. Third edition with improvements.",,"John Harris, St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1826,Unknown,14,9,"Third edition with improvements.",1,"vii, 184","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1543167; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 371 (3); Widener Library 18491.33.3",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Widener 18491.33.3" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9819,"The rival Crusoes, or, The shipwreck : also A voyage to Norway ; and The fisherman's cottage : founded on facts.",Anonymous,,"J. Harris; printed by Cox and Baylis",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1826,Unknown,18,11,,1,191,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1453282; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 834 (1)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 834(1); Osborne catalogue, I:308; II:944" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,649,"The Story of Isabel. By the author of ""The Favourite of Nature,"" &c. &c. &c. In three volumes.","by the author of ""The Favourite of Nature,"" &c. &c. &c. In three volumes.",,"Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1826,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I xii, 367; II 325; III 332","Orlando 41005; The English Novel 1770-1829 1826: 48",,24,,,"Fiction Novel","CHL 411; Corvey; CME 3-628-48676-9; ECB 564; NSTC 2K2414 (BI BL, O)" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11339,"True stories from English history: chronologically arranged, from the invasion of the Romans, to the present time. By a mother, author of ""True stories from ancient history"" &c.","By a mother, author of ""True stories from ancient history"" &c.",,"John Harris, St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1826,Unknown,17,10,,1,"vii, 210","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 85 (1)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,1237,"Worcester Field; or, The Cavalier. A Poem in Four Cantos, with Historical Notes. By Agnes Strickland.","Strickland, Agnes",,"Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, Paternoster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1826,Unknown,16,10,,1,"ii, 163","Orlando 103009; Jackson Bibliography 21183",,,,,Poetry,"BL 994.g.37" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,9921,"A history of England in which the most remarkable events are illustrated by numerous symbolical engravings by Miss M.A. Rundall. Second edition, improved, with great alterations and additions.","Miss M.A. Rundall.",,"Printed for Thomas Tegg, James Leckie, and R. Griffin and Co.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1829,Unknown,20,,"Second edition, improved, with great alterations and additions.",1,"xii, 573","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1979318; Archive.org https://archive.org/details/historyofengland00rund/page/n3/mode/2up",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, II:792" 164,"Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis",U,"No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields",London,1801,1828,Printer,11583,"Birds on the wing, or, Pleasant tales, and useful hints on the value and right use of time. By Miss Parker.","By Miss Parker.",,"John Harris",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1832,Unknown,15,,,1,"viii, 172","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 601 (3)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",