ID 1816
Name James Mathews [or Matthews]
Gender Unknown
Street Address No. 18 Strand
City London
Start Date 1774
End Date 1814
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Some account of the life and death of Miss Susanna Turner, (who departed this world July 14, 1672, aged 14.) Written by her mother, Mrs. Dorothy Turner. Taken from a Manuscript found amongst the Papers of her late Grandson, Richard Turner, of Hatton Garden, Esq. and attested, under his own Hand, to be Genuine. To which are annexed some extracts from the letters of Mr. Newton to Mrs. Turner, and from two poems written by Mrs. Turner. Turner , Dorothy (Author)
Lewis [London] , Mary (Publisher)
1774
Publisher Thoughts on female education: with advice to young ladies. By Sarah Howard. Addressed to her pupils. Howard , Sarah (Author)
1783
Bookseller The Female's Meditations; or, Common Occurrences Spiritualized, In Verse. By Hannah Wallis. Wallis , Hannah (Author)
Watts , Ann (Printer)
1787
Bookseller A serious address to the Rev. Mr. Huntington; containing some remarks on his sermon, entitled "the servant of the Lord, described and vindicated." By Maria De Fleury. de Fleury , Maria (Author)
1788
Bookseller British liberty established, and Gallic liberty restored; or, the triumph of freedom. A poem. Occasioned by the grand revolution in France, M,DCC,LXXXIX. With a prospect of the glorious time when true religion and civil liberty shall shed their benign influences over the world. By Maria De Fleury. de Fleury , Maria (Author)
Hancock , Mrs. (Bookseller)
1790
Bookseller Divine emblems, or temporal things spiritualized. Fitted for the use of boys and girls. To which is added, A caution to stir up to watch against sin. By John Bunyan, author of the Pilgrim's Progress. Adorned with a new set of cuts. Bunyan , John (Author)
Luckman , Mary (Bookseller)
1790
Bookseller Henry; or, the wanderer reclaimed. A sacred poem. Humbly addressed to British youth. By Maria de Fleury. de Fleury , Maria (Author)
1790
Bookseller The christian’s looking-glass, or the timorous soul’s guide; being a description of the work of the Holy Spirit upon the heart, Intended For The Relief Of The Disconsolate. By the Rev. T. Priestley. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Priestley , Timothy (Author)
1790
Publisher The christian’s looking-glass, or the timorous soul’s guide; being a description of the work of the Holy Spirit upon the heart, Intended For The Relief Of The Disconsolate. By the Rev. T. Priestley. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Priestley , Timothy (Author)
1790
Bookseller The barber’s mirror; or a portrait of the Rev. William Huntington, drawn from real life: being remarks on that gentleman’s pamphlet entitled "the Barber:" with an account of his strange and deplorable frenzy. In a letter to a friend. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
1791
Publisher Original poems, on various occasions. By a lady. Revised by William Cowper, Esq. of the Inner Temple. Cowper , Frances Maria (Author)
Cowper , William (Editor)
1792
Bookseller Faith in God and his word, the establishment and prosperity of his people. A sermon preached to the society which supported the Wednesday evening lecture in Great East-Cheap, December 27, 1753. And published at their Request. By John Gill, D.D. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Gill , John (Author)
1793
Bookseller The glory of the church in the latter day. A sermon preached to the Society which supported the Wednesday’s evening lecture in Great East-Cheap, December 27, 1752. And published at their Request. By John Gill, D.D. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Gill , John (Author)
1793
Bookseller Amusement hall; or, an easy introduction to the attainment of useful knowledge. By a lady. Neale , Hannah (Author)
Trapp , Mrs. (Bookseller)
1794
Bookseller Sermons on the Divinity and Operations of the Holy Ghost. By Robert Hawker, D. D. Vicar of the Parish of Charles, Plymouth; and Formerly of Macdalen-Hall, Oxford. Vernor , Ann (Bookseller)
Hawker , Robert (Author)
1794
Bookseller The retired penitent, a poem. By Ursula Ivison. Ivison , Ursula (Author)
Watts , Ann (Printer)
1794
Publisher A course of lectures on the principal subjects in pneumatology, ethics, and divinity: with references to the most considerable authors on each subject. By the late Rev. Philip Doddridge, D.D. The third edition. To which are now added, a great number of references, and Many Notes of Reference, to the Various Writers, on the Same Topics, who have Appeared since the Doctor's Decease. By Andrew Kippis, D. D. F. R. S. and S. A. Kippis , Andrew (Author)
Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
Doddridge , Philip (Author)
1794
Publisher The genuine trial of Marie Antoinette, late Queen of France; containing all the charges brought against her ... The whole containing a number of important facts, and displaying a general view of the causes of the late revolution in France. The third edition, collated and revised with the last Paris copy. de Lorraine , Marie-Antoinette (Author)
1794
Publisher The lives of the most eminent English poets. With critical observations on their works. By Samuel Johnson. A new edition, corrected. In four volumes. A New Edition, Corrected. Johnson , Samuel (Author)
Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
1794
Publisher The only authentic copy printed in England. The genuine trial of Marie Antoinette, late Queen of France, containing all the charges brought against her by the Public Accuser, The Private Interrogatory of the Queen, and the examinations of all the witnesses, at full length. Together with The Speech of the President of the Jury, and the several particulars of her Execution. The whole containing a number of important facts, and displaying a general view of the causes of the late revolutio in France. The second edition, collated and revised with the last Paris copy. de Lorraine , Marie-Antoinette (Author)
1794
Bookseller Early Piety: or, Memoirs of children, eminently serious. Interspersed with familiar dialogues; emblematical pictures, prayers, graces, and hymns. By George Burger, Minister of the Gospel at Coventry. Recommended by the late Rev. Dr. Peckwell. The Fifth Edition. With Eight new copper-plate cuts. Burder , George (Author)
Luckman , Mary (Bookseller)
Luckman , Mary (Printer)
1795
Bookseller A Word of Comfort to Weak Believers, in Fifteen Letters from the Late Rev. Thomas Jones, Of St. Saviours, Southwark. Addressed to Mr. B—, In a Season Of Darkness And Temptation. Written in the Years 1756, 1757, 1758, 1759. Unknown , (Compiler)
Vernor , Ann (Bookseller)
Jones , Thomas (Author)
1796
Publisher Sacred history in familiar dialogues, for the instruction of children and youth. With an appendix, containing the history of the Jews, from the Time of Nehemiah to the Destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans under Titus Vespasian. In sixteen letters. By a lady. With a recommendatory preface, by the Rev. John Ryland. Neale , Hannah (Author)
1796
Publisher Britannus and Africus; or, an attempt to instruct the untutored mind in the principles of Christianity; in a course of conversations, Supposed to Take Place Between the Companion of a Missionary, and a Native of Africa. By the author of "sacred history, in familiar dialogues, &c." Published for the Benefit of a Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Heathen. Neale , Hannah (Author)
1797
Bookseller Poems on the Following Subjects Abram and Lot. Manoah and his wife. Naomi and ruth, part i. Life of David-Part 1. Flood of formosa, and fire of cliffden. Vale of Wycombe. Detached pieces, chiefly wrote on particular occasions, and to particular persons. Lucinda. Rosalinda and the Lark The River Jordan. The Nuptial Day. Emma and Melinda, or the Recluses. The Invitation, or the May-Blown Bower. Silvia and her Robbin Red-Breast. The Anticipation. Clapham Common. An Elegy. The Congratulation. Resignation. By William Lane, A poor labouring man, of Flackwell-Heath, High Wycombe, Bucks. Price Two Shillings. Lane , William (Author)
Hawes , Ann (Bookseller)
1798

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