ID 196
Name Charles Law
Gender Unknown
Street Address 13 and 14 Ave Maria Lane
City London
Start Date 1789
End Date 1816
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Firm Role Title Author Date
Publisher The accidence; or first rudiments of English grammar. Designed for the use of young ladies. By Ellin Devis. Devis, Ellin 1795
Bookseller A narrative of the loss of the Catharine, Venus, and Piedmont transports, and the Thomas, Golden Grove, and Æolus merchant ships, near Weymouth, on Wednesday the 18th of November last. Drawn up from information taken on the spot, by Charlotte Smith, and published for the benefit of an unfortunate survivor from one of the wrecks, and her infant child. Smith, Charlotte Turner 1796
Bookseller Matilda and Elizabeth: a novel. By the authors of Honoria Somerville, Rainsford Park, The benevolent Quixote, &c. &c. In four volumes. Purbeck, Jane 1796
Bookseller The Empress Matilda, a novel, in a series of letters in two volumes. By a lady. Unknown, [Woman] 1796
Bookseller The Foresters. A novel. Altered from the French by Miss Gunning. In four volumes. ... Gunning, Elizabeth 1796
Printer The Empress Matilda, a novel, in a series of letters in two volumes. By a lady. Unknown, [Woman] 1796
Bookseller Ambrose and Eleanor; or, the adventures of two children deserted on an uninhabited island. Translated from the French. With alterations, adapting it to the perusal of youth, for whose amusement and instruction it is designed. By the author of The adventures of the six princesses of Babylon, Juvenile magazine, Visit for a week, &c. Second Edition. Ducray-Duménil, François-Guillaume 1797
Bookseller Une semaine d'une maison d'éducation de Londres: contenant des lectures tirées des Incas de M. Marmontel, dout le style est aussi pur que facile: des histoires agréables: et des dialogues entre l'auteur & ses elèves: Par Lesquels l'on voit leur Coeur, leur Esprit, & leur Raison, se former par Dégré. Par une dame de distinction. Unknown, [Woman] 1797
Publisher Geography and history. Selected by a lady, for the use of her own children. Unknown 1797
Publisher The accidence; or first rudiments of English grammar. Designed for the use of young ladies. By Ellin Devis. The ninth edition. Devis, Ellin 1797
Publisher Fables of Aesop and Others: Translated into English. With instructive applications; and a print before each fable. By Samuel Croxall, D.D. Late Archdeacon of Hereford. The sixteenth edition, carefully revised, and improved. Newbery, Elizabeth 1798
Publisher Hawney's complete measurer: or, the whole art of measuring. Being a plain and comprehensive treatise on practical geometry and mensuration. Preceded by Decimal and Duodecimal Arithmetic, and the Extraction of the Square and cube Root. Adapted to the use of Schools, and Persons Concerned in Measuring, Gauging, Surveying, &c. A New Edition. Corrected and Greatly Improved by Thomas Keith, Private Teacher of Mathematics, Author of the Complete Practical Arithmetician, &c. Newbery, Elizabeth 1798
Bookseller Columbus, or, The discovery of America: As related by a father to his children, and designed for the instruction of youth. In two volumes. --Vol. I [Vol. II]. Translated from the German of J.H. Campe (Author of the New Robinson Crusoe) by Elizabeth Helme, author of Instructive Rambles in London and its Environs, the abridgement of Plutarch's lives, &c. &c. Helme, Elizabeth 1799
Bookseller Cortez, or, The conquest of Mexico: as related by a father to his children, and designed for the instruction of youth. In two volumes. Translated from the German of J. H. Campe, by Elizabeth Helme, author of Instructive Rambles in London and its environs, the abridgement of Plutarch's Lives, Etc. Etc. Helme, Elizabeth 1799
Bookseller Emily Dundorne; or, the effects of early impressions: a novel, in three volumes. By Mrs. Thomson, author of Robert and Adela de Montfort, Excessive Sensibility, Fatal Follies, The Labyrinths of Life, &c. &c. Thomson, Anna 1799
Bookseller Pizarro, or, The conquest of Peru :as related by a father to his children, and designed for the instruction of youth. Translated from the German of J. H. Campe (author of the new Robinson Crusoe) by Elizabeth Helme, author of Instructive Rambles in London and its environs, the Abridgment of Plutarch's Lives, Etc. Etc. Helme, Elizabeth 1799
Bookseller The death of Abel. In five books. Attempted from the German of Mr. Gessner. The twentieth edition embellished with an elegant engraving to each book. Collyer, Mary 1799
Bookseller The little emigrant, a tale. Interspersed with moral anecdotes and instructive conversations. Designed for the perusal of youth. By the author of The adventures of the six princesses of Babylon, Visit for a week, Juvenile magazine, &c &c. Newbery, Elizabeth 1799
Bookseller A chronological abridgment of universal history: to which is added, an abridged chronology of the most remarkable discoveries and inventions relative to the arts and sciences. Translated from the French of the seventh edition. By Lucy Peacock. Newbery, Elizabeth 1800
Bookseller The tales of the genii; or, Moral lessons: faithfully translated from the Persian manuscript, by Sir Charles Morell. Abridged and adapted to amusement and instruction of youth by Elizabeth Somerville; in three volumes. Somerville, Elizabeth 1800
Publisher An history of marine architecture. Including an enlarged and progressive view of the nautical regulations and naval history, both civil and military, of all nations, especially of Great Britain; derived chiefly from original manuscripts, as well in private collections as in the great public repositories: and deduced from the earliest period to the present time. In three volumes. Vol. I. By John Charnock, Esq. F.S.A. Vernor, Ann 1800
Publisher Introduction à la connoissance de la nature, et à la lecture de l'écriture sainte. Traduite de la dernière édition de Mrs. Trimmer. Par Nicolas Hamel, auteur d'un grammaire françoise, &c. Nouvelle édition. Trimmer, Sarah 1800
Publisher Selina, a novel, founded on facts. By a lady. In three volumes. Ventum, Harriet 1800
Publisher An history of marine architecture. Including an enlarged and progressive view of the nautical regulations and naval history, both civil and military, of all nations, especially of Great Britain; derived chiefly from original manuscripts, as well in private collections as in the great public repositories: and deduced from the earliest period to the present time. In three volumes. Vol. II. By John Charnock, Esq. F.S.A. Vernor, Ann 1801
Publisher The accidence; or first rudiments of English grammar. Designed for the use of young ladies. By Ellin Devis. The tenth edition. Devis, Ellin 1801

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