ID 2008
Name Richard Peart
Gender Unknown
Street Address 38 Bull Street
City Birmingham
Start Date 1814
End Date 1845
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller A compendium of useful information, on the works of creation and providence, by way of dialogue. Compiled chiefly for the use of schools on the improved system, and young children in general. Fletcher , Martha (Author)
1825
Bookseller Biographical Sketches and Interesting Anecdotes of Persons of Colour. Compiled by A. Mott. Wheatley Peters , Phillis (Author)
Mott , Abigail (Author)
1826
Bookseller A Memoir of Louisa Maw, Daughter of Thomas and Lucy Maw, of Needham Market, Suffolk; who died the 16th of 3rd Month, 1828. Maw , Louisa (Author)
Maw , Thomas (Author)
Barton , Bernard (Author)
1828
Bookseller The little scholar's first grammar; or Grammar made easy to the capacities of young children, and rendered pleasing by a variety of familiar examples; adapted to the use of private families. By Maria Arthington. Arthington , Maria (Author)
1828
Bookseller A Memoir of Louisa Maw, daughter of Thomas and Lucy Maw, of Needham Market, Suffolk, who died the 16th of the 3rd month, 1828. Second edition, with several additions. Maw , Louisa (Author)
1829
Bookseller Conversations on common things; or A guide to knowledge: designed to entertain and instruct the youthful mind. Dix , Dorothea Lynde (Author)
1829
Bookseller Meditations on select passages of sacred scripture, in a series of lectures affectionately addressed to young persons of the Society of Friends; with introductory observations on subjects connected with the lectures; by Priscilla H. Gurney. Gurney , Priscilla (Author)
1832

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