ID 1749
Name John Evans and Son
Gender Unknown
Street Address 42 Long Lane, Smithfield
City London
Start Date 1813
End Date 1820
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Titles

Displaying 1–25 of 38

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller The true rights of man, or, The contented Spital-fields' weaver. More , Hannah (Author)
1795
Bookseller The history of Mary Wood, the housemaid, or, The danger of false excuses. More , Hannah (Author)
1798
Bookseller Here and there. The old man, his children, and the bundle of sticks. The honest miller of Gloucestershire. The election. More , Hannah (Author)
1800
Bookseller Cheap Repository. 'Tis all for the best. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. Betty Brown, the St. Giles's orange girl: with some account of Mrs. Sponge, the money-lender. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. Black Giles, the poacher: with some account of a family who had rather live by their wits than their work. In two parts. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. Sorrowful Sam; or, the two blacksmiths. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. Tawney Rachel, or the Fortune-teller: with some account of dreams, omens, and conjurors. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. The cheapside apprentice; or, the history of Mr. Francis H****. Fully setting forth the danger of playing with edge-tools; shewing also how a gay Life may prove a short one; and that a merry Evening may produce a sorrowful Morning. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. The Cottage Cook; or, Mrs. Jones's Cheap Dishes; shewing the way to do much good with little money. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. The good mother's legacy. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap repository. The Happy Waterman. To which is added, a hymn of praise, for an abundant harvest. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. The Lancashire collier girl. A true story. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. The sunday school. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. The two shoemakers. In six parts. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. The two soldiers. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Cheap Repository. This history of Charles Jones, the Footman. Written by himself. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller The Carpenter; or, the danger of evil company. The sorrows of Yamba; or the negro woman's lamentation More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller The Hackney Coachman, or, The way to get a good fare. To the tune of—"I wish I was a Fisherman." More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller The shepherd of Salisbury Plain. In two parts. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Bookseller Turn the carpet; or, both sides of the question. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Printer Cheap Repository. 'Tis all for the best. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Printer Cheap Repository. Betty Brown, the St. Giles's orange girl: with some account of Mrs. Sponge, the money-lender. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Printer Cheap Repository. Black Giles, the poacher: with some account of a family who had rather live by their wits than their work. In two parts. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Printer Cheap Repository. Sorrowful Sam; or, the two blacksmiths. More , Hannah (Author)
1813

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