ID 164
Name Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis
Gender Unknown
Street Address No. 75 Great Queen Court, Lincoln's Inn Fields
City London
Start Date 1801
End Date 1828
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer Birds on the wing, or, Pleasant tales, and useful hints on the value and right use of time. By Miss Parker. Parker , Miss (Author)
1824
Printer 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. Budden , Maria Elizabeth (Author)
1824
Printer Female Friendship: A tale for Sundays. By the author of the "School for Sisters." Unknown , (Author)
1824
Printer Stanmore; or, The Monk, and The Merchant's Widow. By Sophia Reeve. In Three Volumes. Reeve , Sophia (Author)
1824
Printer The Eskdale herd-boy: a Scottish tale: for the instruction and amusement of young persons. By Mrs. Blackford. Second Edition. Stoddart , Lady Isabella Wellwood (Author)
1824
Printer 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.' Glasse , Hannah (Author)
1824
Printer 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. Sandham , Elizabeth (Author)
1824
Printer Trials; A Tale. By the author of "The Favourite of Nature," &c. &c. In three volumes. Kelty , Mary Ann (Author)
1824
Printer 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. Budden , Maria Elizabeth (Author)
1824
Printer 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. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1825
Printer 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. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1825
Printer Chit-chat, or, Short tales in short words: with thirty-nine engravings. By the author of "Always happy," &c. Budden , Maria Elizabeth (Author)
1825
Printer 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. Glasse , Hannah (Author)
1825
Printer 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. Wilson , Lucy Sarah Atkins (Author)
1825
Printer The blind child, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham family. Written for the use of young people. By a lady. New edition. Pinchard , Elizabeth Sibthorpe (Author)
1825
Printer 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. Budden , Maria Elizabeth (Author)
1825
Printer 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. Hofland , Barbara (Translator)
Claris de Florian , Jean Pierre (Author)
1825
Printer 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. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1826
Printer The rival Crusoes, or, The shipwreck : also A voyage to Norway ; and The fisherman's cottage : founded on facts. Strickland , Agnes (Author)
1826
Printer The Story of Isabel. By the author of "The Favourite of Nature," &c. &c. &c. In three volumes. Kelty , Mary Ann (Author)
1826
Printer 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. Budden , Maria Elizabeth (Author)
1826
Printer Worcester Field; or, The Cavalier. A Poem in Four Cantos, with Historical Notes. By Agnes Strickland. Strickland , Agnes (Author)
1826
Printer 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. Rundall , Mary Ann (Author)
1829
Printer Birds on the wing, or, Pleasant tales, and useful hints on the value and right use of time. By Miss Parker. Parker , Miss (Author)
1832

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