ID 1863
Name John Hatchard [173 Piccadilly]
Gender Unknown
Street Address No. 173 Piccadilly
City London
Start Date 1797
End Date 1801
Sources
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Titles

Displaying 26–45 of 45

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller Sunday reading. Death of Christ; or, tract for Good Friday. More , Hannah (Author)
1800
Bookseller The history of Hester Wilmot, or the second part of The Sunday school. More , Hannah (Author)
1800
Bookseller The history of Tom White, the postillion. In two parts. More , Hannah (Author)
1800
Bookseller The progress of the pilgrim Good-Intent, in Jacobinical times. The fourth edition. Burges , Mary Anne (Author)
1800
Bookseller The progress of the pilgrim good-intent, in Jacobinical times. The second edition. Burges , Mary Anne (Author)
1800
Bookseller The two shoemakers. In six parts. More , Hannah (Author)
1800
Printer The progress of the pilgrim good-intent, in Jacobinial Times. The third edition. Burges , Mary Anne (Author)
1800
Publisher An attempt to familiarize the catechism of the Church of England. For the use of schools and families. By Mrs. Trimmer. Second edition, corrected and improved. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1800
Publisher The charity school spelling book. Part I. Containing the alphabet, spelling lessons, and short stories of good and bad girls, ... By Mrs. Trimmer. Sixth edition. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1800
Publisher The progress of the pilgrim good-intent, in Jacobinial Times. The third edition. Burges , Mary Anne (Author)
1800
Publisher The progress of the pilgrim good-intent, in Jacobinical times. The fifth edition. Burges , Mary Anne (Author)
1800
Publisher The progress of the pilgrim Good-Intent, in Jacobinical times. The fourth edition. Burges , Mary Anne (Author)
1800
Publisher The progress of the pilgrim good-intent, in Jacobinical times. The second edition. Burges , Mary Anne (Author)
1800
Bookseller The Lancashire Collier Girl, a true story. More , Hannah (Author)
1801
Publisher The oeconomy of Charity; or, an address to ladies; adapted to the present state of charitable institutions in England: with a particular view to the cultivation o freligious principles, among the lower orders of people. By Mrs. Trimmer. In two volumes. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1801
Bookseller A Comparative View of the New Plan of Education promulgated by Mr. Joseph Lancaster, in his Tracts concerning the Instruction of the Children of the Labouring Part of the Community; and of the system of Christian education founded by our pious forefathers for the initiation of the young members of the Established Church in the principles of there formed religion. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1805
Bookseller A Help to the Unlearned in the Study of the Holy Scriptures, being an Attempt to explain the Bible in a Familiar Way, adapted to Common Apprehensions and according to the Opinion of Approved Commentators. By Mrs. Trimmer, Author of Sacred History, selected from the scriptures, with annotations and reflections, and other works; and editor of the guardian of education. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1805
Publisher The charity school spelling book. Part I. Containing the alphabet, spelling lessons, and short stories of good and bad girls, in words of one syllable only. By Mrs. Trimmer. Ninth edition. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1805
Publisher John the Shopkeeper Turned Sailor; or, the Folly of Going out of Our Element. In Four Parts More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Publisher Thoughts on various charitable and other important institutions, and on the best mode of conducting them. To which is subjoined an address to the females of the rising generation. By Catharine Cappe. Dedicated, by permission, to William Wilberforce, Esq. Cappe , Catharine (Author)
1814

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