ID 234
Name Samuel and Richard Bentley
Gender Unknown
Street Address Dorset Street, Salisbury Square
City London
Start Date 1819
End Date 1829
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Firm Role Title Author Date
Printer Always happy!!!, or, Anecdotes of Felix and his sister Serena: a tale. Written for her children by a mother. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1820
Printer Birds on the wing, or, Pleasant tales, and useful hints on the value and right use of time. By Miss Parker. Parker, Miss 1820
Printer Short stories, in words of two syllables. By the author of Short stories, in one syllable – Godmother's Tales – Cup of Sweets. Semple, Elizabeth 1820
Printer Spring Flowers: or, Easy Lessons, for Young Children, not exceeding words of two syllables; with lessons for Sundays, and hymns. By Mrs. Ritson. Ritson, Anne 1820
Printer The Peacock "At Home," by a Lady. To which is added the Butterfly's Ball; an original poem, by Mr. Roscoe. Dorset, Catherine Anne Turner 1820
Printer Chosroes and Heraclius; or, the Vicissitudes of a Century. By Miss Sandham, authoress of 'The Twin Sisters, 'Britannicus and Octavia,' &c. &c. Sandham, Elizabeth 1821
Printer Italy by Lady Morgan. A New Edition. In three volumes. Owenson, Sydney 1821
Printer Italy by Lady Morgan. In Two Volumes. Owenson, Sydney 1821
Printer New and comprehensive lessons: containing a general outline of the Old Testament: with twenty-four engravings. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer, Sarah 1821
Printer New and comprehensive lessons; containing a general outline of the Roman history; with forty engravings. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer, Sarah 1821
Printer Spring Flowers: or, Easy Lessons, for Young Children, not exceeding words of two syllables; with lessons for Sundays, and hymns. By Mrs. Ritson. Ritson, Anne 1821
Printer The India cabinet opened: in which many natural curiosities are rendered a source of amusement to young minds, by the explanations of a mother. Wilson, Lucy Sarah Atkins 1821
Printer The monthly monitor: consisting of easy reading lessons, or, Short stories adapted to every season of the year. By Mrs. Ann Ritson. Ritson, Anne 1821
Printer The Snowdrop, or Poetry for Henry and Emily's Library. By a lady. Hutchinson, Miss A. A. 1821
Printer The son of a genius: a tale for the use of youth. By Mrs. Hofland. Hofland, Barbara 1821
Printer True stories, from ancient history; chronologically arranged. From the creation of the world to the death of Charlemagne. By author of "Always happy," &c. Second edition. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1821
Printer Claudine, or, Humility, the basis of all the virtues: a Swiss tale. By the author of 'Always happy,'-'Nina,'-'Hints on happiness,' &c. Budden, Maria Elizabeth 1822
Printer Dangerous Errors: A Tale. Barber, Elizabeth 1822
Printer Ellen, the Teacher. A Tale for Youth. By Mrs. Hofland, Author of The Officer's Widow; Son of a Genius; and other works for young people. Third edition. Hofland, Barbara 1822
Printer Graham Hamilton. Lamb, Caroline 1822
Printer Letters from a mother to her daughter, at or going to school : pointing out duties towards her maker, her governess, her schoolfellows, and herself by Mrs. J.S. Sargant. Sargant, Jane Alice 1822
Printer Simple Stories, in words of one syllable, for little boys and girls. By the author of 'Stories of Old Daniel.' Moore, Margaret Jane King 1822
Printer The Cowslip; or, More Cautionary Stories, in Verse. By the author of that much-admired little work entitled "The Daisy." Turner, Elizabeth 1822
Printer The Infant's Friend, or Easy Reading Lessons for Young Children. Revised and arranged by a lady, author of 'Cato, or the Adventures of a Dog.' Glasse, Hannah 1822
Printer The infant's grammar, or, A pic-nic party of the parts of speech. Ham, Elizabeth 1822

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"Samuel and Richard Bentley" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 234, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/234. Accessed 2021-10-17.

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