ID 220
Name John Harris [1802-1819, 1824-1843]
Gender Male
Street Address 21 Ludgate Street, corner of St. Paul's Churchyard
City London
Start Date 1802
End Date 1843
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Pictures of Virtue and Vice; or Moral Tales, for the Perusal of Young Gentlemen, previous to their leaving school, by Mrs. Pilkington, Author of Mentorial Tales for Ladies; &c. &c. In two volumes. Pilkington , Mary (Author)
1803
Publisher Poems, Moral, Elegant and Pathetic: viz. Essay on Man, by Pope; the Monk of La Trappe, by Jerningham; the Grave, by Blair; An Elegy in a Country Churchyard, by Gray; the Hermit of Wark-Worth, by Percy; and Original Sonnets, by Helen Maria Williams. Williams , Helen Maria (Author)
Williams , Helen Maria (Editor)
Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
1803
Publisher Tales of the cottage, or, Stories, moral and amusing, for young persons. By Mrs. Pilkington. Pilkington , Mary (Author)
1803
Publisher The rational brutes, or, Talking animals. By M. Pelham, author of The Rotchford's, The village school, and various other publications for the instruction of children. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1803
Publisher The Renowned History of Prince Chery and Princess Fair-Star. Also the story of the pigeon and the dove. d'Aulnoy , Marie-Catherine (Author)
1803
Publisher The Renowned History ot the White Cat, and other interesting stories. Adorned with cuts. d'Aulnoy , Marie-Catherine (Author)
1803
Publisher Three instructive tales for little folk: Simple and careless, Industry and sloth, and The cousins. By C. P -. Palmer , Charlotte (Author)
1803
Publisher A new series of prints accompanied by easy lessons: containing a general outline of Roman history. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1803-1804
Bookseller A Mirror for the Female Sex. Historical beauties for young ladies, intended to lead the female mind to the love and practice of moral goodness. Designed principally for the use of ladies' schools. By Mrs. Pilkington. The third edition. Ornamented with thirty engravings, beautifully cut on wood. Pilkington , Mary (Author)
Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
1804
Bookseller Memoirs of celebrated female characters, who have distinguished themselves by their talents and virtues in every age and nation; containing the most extensive collection of illustrious examples of feminine excellence ever published; in which the virtuous and the vicious are painted in their true colours. By Mrs. Pilkington. Embellished with portraits. Pilkington , Mary (Author)
Vernor , Ann (Bookseller)
1804
Bookseller The Mother's Grammar: Being a continuation of The child's grammar; to which it forms a second part; with lessons for parsing; and a few already done, as examples. By Mrs. Lovechild. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1804
Bookseller The Telescope; or, Moral Views for Children. Roberts , Margaret (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Bookseller)
1804
Publisher A cup of sweets, that can never cloy, or, Delightful tales for good children. By a lady. Semple , Elizabeth (Author)
1804
Publisher A Short System of Polite Learning: Being an Introduction to the Arts and Sciences, and other Branches of Useful Knowledge. Weightman , Mary (Author)
1804
Publisher Gertrude, Agnes and Melite, and Amelia Douglas: Tales, for the instruction and amusement of young persons. By the author of 'A Cup of Sweets.' Semple , Elizabeth (Author)
Woolnoth , Thomas (Engraver)
1804
Publisher Interesting Traits of Character, in Youth, of Both Sexes, by Mrs. Ventum, author of The Amiable Tutoress, &c. &c. Ventum , Harriet (Author)
1804
Publisher More trifles! : for the benefit of the rising generation. By the author of "Juliana" --"Trifles, or, Friendly mites," --"Eason House," --"Addresses of an affectionate mother," &c.&c. Sandham , Elizabeth (Author)
1804
Publisher Plain Tales of the Advantages of Industry over Idleness. Coltman , Elizabeth (Author)
1804
Publisher Rational Amusement for Leisure Hours; Consisting of interesting tales for the mental improvement of youth. Illustrated with a variety of engravings on wood. By Mrs. Hurry, author of 'Tales of Instruction and Amusement.' Hurry , Margaret Ives Mitchell (Author)
1804
Publisher The faithful contrast, or, Virtue and vice accurately delineated, in a series of moral and instuctive tales: illustrated with a variety of engravings on wood. By Mrs. Hurry. Hurry , Margaret Ives Mitchell (Author)
1804
Publisher The History of England, Related in Familiar Conversations, by a Father to His Children: Interspersed with Moral and Instructive Remarks, and Observations on the Most Leading and Interesting Subjects. Designed for the Perusal of Youth. By Elizabeth Helme. In Two Volumes. Helme , Elizabeth (Author)
1804
Bookseller Interesting tales in words of one syllable: for the instruction and amusement of children. By Mrs. Taylor. Taylor , Mrs. (Author)
1805
Bookseller The adventures of the six princesses of Babylon, in their travels to the temple of virtue: dedicated by permission, to her Royal Highness the Princess Mary. By Lucy Peacock. Fourth edition, revised. Peacock , Lucy (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Publisher)
1805
Publisher A Cup of Sweets that can Never Cloy: Or, Delightful Tales for Good Children. By a Lady. Semple , Elizabeth (Author)
1805
Publisher A new series of prints accompanied by easy lessons: consisting of subjects taken from the New Testament. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1805

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