ID 260
Name William Darton Junior [1810-1819]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 58 Holborn Hill
City London
Start Date 1810
End Date 1819
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher A first or mother's dictionary for children: containing upwards of three thousand eight hundred words which occur most frequently in books and conversation: simply and familiarly explained, and interspersed throughout with occasional remarks: the whole adapted to the capacities of younger pupils. By Anna Brownwell Murphy. Jameson , Anna Brownwell (Author)
Publisher A sequel to the Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard, and her Dog. Martin , Sarah Catherine (Author)
1806
Bookseller Parental instruction, in familiar dialogues: intended principally for children of the Society of Friends. Rees , Charlotte (Author)
1811
Printer Classical Enigmas, Adapted to Every Month in the Year, composed from the English and Roman Histories, Heathen Mythology, and names of Famous Writers: Meant to amuse Youths of all Ages, and at the same Time exert their Memories, by calling to mind what they have read at different Times. By a Lady. Ritson , Anne (Author)
1811
Publisher My mother Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann (Author)
1811
Printer Precept and example, or, Midsummer holidays. A new edition improved. By Mary Belson. Author of "The Orphan Boy," "Simple Truths," &c. &c. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1812
Printer Simple truths in verse: for the amusement, and instruction of children, at an early age. By Mary Belson. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1812
Printer The baby's holiday, to which is added, The white lily: illustrated by engravings. By Mary Belson. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1812
Printer The Juvenile Spectator: Part the Second. Containing Some Account of Old Friends, And an Introduction To A Few Strangers. By Arabella Argus. Argus , Arabella (Author)
1812
Printer The orphan boy, or, A journey to Bath. Founded on fact. By Mary Belson, author of The mice and their pic nic, Precept and example, Industry and idleness, Innocent poetry, Grateful tributes, Baby's holiday, Simple truths, &c. &c. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1812
Publisher Simple truths in verse: for the amusement, and instruction of children, at an early age. By Mary Belson. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1812
Publisher The Juvenile Spectator: Part the Second. Containing Some Account of Old Friends, And an Introduction To A Few Strangers. By Arabella Argus. Argus , Arabella (Author)
1812
Publisher The orphan boy, or, A journey to Bath. Founded on fact. By Mary Belson, author of The mice and their pic nic, Precept and example, Industry and idleness, Innocent poetry, Grateful tributes, Baby's holiday, Simple truths, &c. &c. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1812
Printer A nosegay, for the trouble of culling, or, Sports of childhood. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1813
Printer The Juvenile Spectator. Part The First: Being Observations on The Tempers, Manners, And Foibles of Various Young Persons: Interspersed with Such Lively Matter as It Is Presumed Will Amuse as Well as Instruct. By Arabella Argus. Argus , Arabella (Author)
1813
Printer The Mice, and Their Pic Nic. A Good Moral Tale. By a looking-glass maker. Elliott , Mary Belson (Author)
1813
Publisher The Juvenile Spectator. Part The First: Being Observations on The Tempers, Manners, And Foibles of Various Young Persons: Interspersed with Such Lively Matter as It Is Presumed Will Amuse as Well as Instruct. By Arabella Argus. Argus , Arabella (Author)
1813
Bookseller A brief account of the life, last sickness, and death, of Robert Mott, also of his daughter, J.B. Mott. Mott , Lydia Philadelphia (Author)
1815
Bookseller The tyro's guide: a series of figures, arranged in a new and simple method, as a sure and extensive groundwork for the study of the fundamental rules of arithmetic, as usually taught. Adapted to schools. By Sarah Corbett, superintendent of a school, at Pendleton, near Manchester. Corbett , Sarah (Author)
1815
Printer Henry: a story, intended for little boys and girls from five to seven years old. By Frances Bowyer Vaux. Vaux , Frances Bowyer (Author)
1815
Printer The adventures of a Donkey. By Arabella Argus, author of "The Juvenile Spectator." Argus , Arabella (Author)
1815
Printer The ornaments discovered: a story in two parts. By the author of Aunt Mary's tales. Hughes , Mary Robson (Author)
1815
Publisher Classical Enigmas, Adapted to Every Month in the Year . . . . Ritson , Anne (Author)
1815
Publisher Henry: a story, intended for little boys and girls from five to seven years old. By Frances Bowyer Vaux. Vaux , Frances Bowyer (Author)
1815
Publisher The adventures of a Donkey. By Arabella Argus, author of "The Juvenile Spectator." Argus , Arabella (Author)
1815

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