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 Chit-chat, or, Short tales in short words: with thirty-nine engravings. By the author of "Always happy" &c. Budden , Maria Elizabeth (Author)
1834
Publisher Fables for the nursery: original and select. Illustrated with nineteen engravings. Traill , Catharine Parr (Author)
1834
Publisher Mamma's Bible stories for her little boys and girls: a series of reading lessons taken from the Bible, and adapted to the capacities of very young children. Wilson , Lucy Sarah Atkins (Author)
1834
Publisher The Cowslip; or, More Cautionary Stories, in Verse. By the author of that much-admired little work entitled "The Daisy." Turner , Elizabeth (Author)
1834
Publisher The History of an Officer's Widow and her Young Family. By the author of "Son of a Genius," "Blind Farmer," "Ellen the Teacher," &c. &c. New edition. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1834
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. Helme , Elizabeth (Author)
1834
Publisher The Peacock "At Home" by a Lady; to which is added the Butterfly's Ball; an original poem by Mr. Roscoe. Roscoe , William (Author)
Dorset , Catherine Anne Turner (Author)
1834
Publisher True stories, from modern history: chronologically arranged, from the death of Charlemagne to the Battle of Waterloo. The Fifth Edition, considerably enlarged. Budden , Maria Elizabeth (Author)
1834
Publisher Claudine, or, Humility, the basis of all the virtues: a Swiss tale. By the author of 'Always happy,' - 'Nina,' - 'True Stories from Ancient History,' &c. &c. Budden , Maria Elizabeth (Author)
1835
Publisher Infantine Knowledge. A spelling book on a popular plan. By the author of The child's grammar, &c. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1835
Publisher Mamma's Bible stories for her little boys and girls: a series of reading lessons taken from the Bible, and adapted to the capacities of very young children. Wilson , Lucy Sarah Atkins (Author)
1835
Publisher Mamma's Lessons for her Little Boys and Girls. By the author of 'The Transformation of a Beech Tree.' In two parts, with sixteen engravings. First part, a series of reading lessons in words of three and four letters. Second part, chiefly in monosyllables, with the more difficult words of each arranged separately in spelling lessons. Fifth edition, with sixteen engravings Brown , Eliza (Author)
1835
Publisher New and comprehensive lessons: containing a general outline of the Old Testament: with twenty-four engravings. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1835
Publisher New and comprehensive lessons: containing a general outline of the Roman history: with forty engravings. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1835
Publisher Outlines of Irish history: written for the use of young persons. Egerton , Harriet Catherine (Author)
1835
Publisher The Child's Duty. Dedicated by a Mother, to her children. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1835
Publisher The ladder to learning: a select collection of fables, consisting of words of one, two, and three syllables, with original morals. By Mrs. Trimmer. With seventy-nine wood engravings. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1835
Publisher The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion: by Miss Sandham. Sandham , Elizabeth (Author)
1835
Publisher True stories from ancient history: chronologically arranged from the creation of the world to the death of Charlemagne. By A mother, author of "Always happy," "Stories from modern history," &c. Budden , Maria Elizabeth (Author)
1835
Publisher A concise history of England brought down to the present time: comprised in a set of easy lessons, illustrated by engravings: being a continuation of a series of historical books for children. In two volumes. By Mrs. Trimmer. A new edition. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1836
Publisher Ellen, The Teacher. A Tale for Youth. By Mrs. Hofland, Author Of “The Officer’s Widow,”--”The Son Of A Genius,” &c. &c. A New Edition. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1836
Publisher Infantine Knowledge. A spelling book on a popular plan. Combining much pleasing and useful information with the rudiments of learning. By the author of The child's grammar, &c. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1836
Publisher The Cowslip; or, More Cautionary Stories, in Verse. By the author of that much-admired little work entitled "The Daisy." Turner , Elizabeth (Author)
1836
Publisher The rival Crusoes, or, The shipwreck : also A voyage to Norway and The fisherman's cottage : founded on facts. Strickland , Agnes (Author)
1836
Publisher The Son of a Genius. A Tale for the Use of Youth. By Mrs. Hofland. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1836

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