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 A spelling book with easy reading lessons: beginning with words of three letters and proceeding gradually to those of as many syllables. By the author of The Child's and Mother's Grammars, Parsing Lessons, Infant's Friend, &c. &c. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1805
Publisher Interesting Tales: Consisting of Isidore, Arthur, The Clear-Sighted Blind Man, Robert, and The Hogs-head. Translated from the French, by a lady. Unknown , (Author)
Semple , Elizabeth (Translator)
Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
1805
Publisher Parsing lessons for children, resolved into their elements; for the assistance of parents and teachers. By Mrs. Lovechild. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1805
Publisher Parsing lessons for young children: resolved into their elements, for the assistance of parents and teachers. By Mrs. Lovechild. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1805
Publisher The Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard and her Dog: Illustrated with fifteen elegant engravings on copper-Plate Martin , Sarah Catherine (Author)
1805
Publisher The Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard, and Her Dog. Martin , Sarah Catherine (Author)
1805
Publisher The Family Miscellany, in Prose and Verse; Designed to Supply Lessons for Children of Various Ages, selected by Mrs. Lovechild as a sequel to 'Infants' friend.' Fenn , Ellenor (Editor)
1805
Publisher The History of a Doll; Containing its origin and progress through life, with the various calamities that befell it; By Mrs. Nancy Meanwell. Unknown , (Author)
1805
Publisher The lady's assistant for regulating and supplying the table : being a complete system of cookery : containing the most select bills of fare, properly disposed, for family dinners of five dishes to two courses of eleven and fifteen, with bills of fare for suppers, from five to nineteen dishes, and several desserts, including the fullest and choicest receipts of various kinds, and full directions for preparing them in the most approved manner, by which a continual change may be made, as wanted, from the several bills of fare : likewise directions for brewing, making English wines, raspberry, orange, and lemon-brandies, &c., also, remarks on kitchen poisons, and necessary cautions thereon : with an appendix, containing general particulars on the breeding, rearing, and management of poultry, on the business of the dairy, and on the management of the kitchen and fruit garden. Originally published from the manuscript collection of Mrs. Charlotte Mason, a professed housekeeper, who had upwards of thirty years experience in families of the first fashion. The ninth edition, enlarged, corrected, and improved to the present time. Mason , Charlotte (Author)
Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
1805
Publisher The twin sisters, or, The advantages of religion. Sandham , Elizabeth (Author)
1805
Publisher Three instructive tales for little folk: Simple and careful, Industry and sloth, and The cousins. By C. P -. Palmer , Charlotte (Author)
1805
Bookseller Alithea Woodley, or, The advantages of an early friendship founded on virtue. By the author of "Eason House--Juliana-- Trifles for the benefit of the rising generation--More trifles--The twin sisters, &c" Sandham , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Bookseller Alithea Woodley, or, The advantages of an early friendship founded on virtue. By the author of "Eason House--Juliana-- Trifles for the benefit of the rising generation--More trifles--The twin sisters, &c" Sandham , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Bookseller Moral Views; or the Telescope, for Children. The Second Edition. Roberts , Margaret (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Bookseller)
1806
Bookseller The History of Scotland: 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, author of "Instructive Rambles", "Maternal Instruction," "The History of England, as related by a father to his children", &c. &c. In two volumes. Helme , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher A Continuation of the Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard, and Her Dog. By S.C.M. Martin , Sarah Catherine (Author)
1806
Publisher An excursion from London to Dover; containing some account of the manufactures, natural and artificial curiosities, history and antiquities of the towns and villages ... Particularly intended for the amusement and instruction of youth. By Jane Gardiner, Elsham Hall, Lincolnshire. In two vols. Gardiner , Jane (Author)
1806
Publisher Biography for girls; or, moral and instructive examples for the female sex. Fourth Edition. By Mrs. Pilkington. Pilkington , Mary (Author)
1806
Publisher Flora, or, The deserted child. By Elizabeth Somerville. Somerville , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher Instructive Rambles Extended, in London and the Adjacent Villages: Designed to Amuse the Mind and Improve the Understanding of Youth. By Elizabeth Helme. Helme , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher Instructive rambles in London, and the adjacent villages. Designed to amuse the mind, and improve the understanding of youth. By Elizabeth Helme. Fourth Edition. Helme , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher Select fables: written for the purpose of instilling into the minds of early youth, a true sense of religion and virtue. Translated from the French of Mons. Florian, by the author of "A cup of sweets;" "Gertrude;" "Summer rambles;" "Short stories;" &c. Claris de Florian , Jean Pierre (Author)
Semple , Elizabeth (Translator)
1806
Publisher Tales for domestic instruction: containing the histories of Ben Hallyard, Hannah Jenkins, John Aplin, Edward Fletcher, or, The necessity of curbing our passions, Lucy and Jemima Meadows, and Mr. Wilmot. By H. Ventum. Ventum , Harriet (Author)
1806
Publisher The blind child, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham family. Written for the use of young people, by a lady. Pinchard , Elizabeth Sibthorpe (Author)
1806
Publisher The Christmas fire-side, or, The juvenile critics. By Sarah Wheatley. Wheatley , Sarah (Author)
1806

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