ID 1808
Name Simon Fisher
Gender Unknown
Street Address 10 St. John's Lane, Clerkenwell
City London
Start Date 1799
End Date 1823
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Displaying 1–8 of 8

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller The true and affecting history of the Duchess of C****, who was confined by her husband in a dismal dungeon, under ground, where light never entered, and in which was nothing except a straw bed; bread and water being her only support, and that conveyed by means of a turning-box, by her unrelenting husband, whom the law but once during her imprisonment of nine years; in which course of time she frequently suffered the severity of extreme Hunger, Thirst, and Cold. But happily a few days before her tyrant's death, he disclosed the secret of subterraneous abode. To a friend; from which she was soon after released by her parents. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
1799
Printer The true and affecting history of the Duchess of C****, who was confined by her husband in a dismal dungeon, under ground, where light never entered, and in which was nothing except a straw bed; bread and water being her only support, and that conveyed by means of a turning-box, by her unrelenting husband, whom the law but once during her imprisonment of nine years; in which course of time she frequently suffered the severity of extreme Hunger, Thirst, and Cold. But happily a few days before her tyrant's death, he disclosed the secret of subterraneous abode. To a friend; from which she was soon after released by her parents. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
1799
Bookseller The true and affecting history of the Duchess of C****, who was confined by her husband in a dismal dungeon, under ground, where light never entered, and in which was nothing except a straw bed; bread and water being her only support, and that conveyed, by means of a turning-box, by her unrelenting husband, when the law but ONCE during her IMPRISONMENT of NINE YEARS; in which course of time she frequently suffered the severity of extreme Hunger, Thirst, and Cold. But happily, a few days beofre her Tyrant's Death, he disclosed the Secret of her Subterraneous Abode to a friend; from which she was soon after released by her parents. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
1800
Printer The true and affecting history of the Duchess of C****, who was confined by her husband in a dismal dungeon, under ground, where light never entered, and in which was nothing except a straw bed; bread and water being her only support, and that conveyed, by means of a turning-box, by her unrelenting husband, when the law but ONCE during her IMPRISONMENT of NINE YEARS; in which course of time she frequently suffered the severity of extreme Hunger, Thirst, and Cold. But happily, a few days beofre her Tyrant's Death, he disclosed the Secret of her Subterraneous Abode to a friend; from which she was soon after released by her parents. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
1800
Publisher The True and Surprising Adventures, Voyages, Shipwreck & Distresses, Mons. Pierre Viaud, A French Sea-Captain, and a Native of Bourdeaux. Translated by Mrs. Griffith. Dubois-Fontanelle , Joseph-Gaspard (Author)
Griffith , Elizabeth (Translator)
1800
Bookseller Old Daddy Gander's fairy tales: consisting of the interesting story of The bleeding finger; or The lady with the golden thumb: The story of Phebe the Good; or The glorious hand: The story of Princess Hebe; or her flight from the usurper of her throne, to Ardella Wood: The house of instruction ... and The Princess of Arcadia; or The marriage of Theseus, Prince of the Flowery Isles. Unknown , (Author)
Wilkinson , Sarah Scudgell (Author)
1804
Printer Old Daddy Gander's fairy tales: consisting of the interesting story of The bleeding finger; or The lady with the golden thumb: The story of Phebe the Good; or The glorious hand: The story of Princess Hebe; or her flight from the usurper of her throne, to Ardella Wood: The house of instruction ... and The Princess of Arcadia; or The marriage of Theseus, Prince of the Flowery Isles. Unknown , (Author)
Wilkinson , Sarah Scudgell (Author)
1804
Printer The ghost of Golini, or, The mailignant relative: a domestic tale. Written by Miss Sarah Wilkinson. Wilkinson , Sarah Scudgell (Author)
1804

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