ID 261
Name William Flint [Green Arbour Court]
Gender Unknown
Street Address Green Arbour Court, Old Bailey
City London
Start Date 1805
End Date 1815


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Printer The Works of the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. Including Her Correspondence, Poems, and Essays. Published by Permission from Her Genuine Papers. In Five volumes. Montagu , Mary Wortley (Author)
Printer Anti-Delphine. A Novel, founded on facts. By Mrs. Byron. In Two Volumes. Strutt , Elizabeth (Author)
Printer Lady Maclairn, The Victim of Villainy. A Novel. In Four Volumes. By Mrs. Hunter, of Norwich, Author of Letitia; The Unexpected Legacy; The History of the Grubthorpe Family; Palmerstone's Letters, &c. &c. Hunter , Rachel (Author)
Printer Letters, Addressed to the Daughter of a Nobleman, on the Formation of Religious and Moral Principle. In two volumes. By Elizabeth Hamilton, author of Letters on the elementary principles of education, &c. &c. &c. Hamilton , Elizabeth (Author)
Printer Letters, addressed to the daughter of a nobleman, on the formation of religious and moral principle. In two volumes. By Elizabeth Hamilton, author of Letters on the elementary principles of education, &c. &c. &c. The second edition. Hamilton , Elizabeth (Author)
Printer The Libertine, by Charlotte Dacre, Better Known As Rosa Matilda, Author of Hours of Solitude, Nun of St. Omer's, Zofloya, &c. In four volumes. Third edition. Dacre , Charlotte (Author)
Printer First going to school, or, The story of Tom Brown and his sisters. By M. Pelham. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
Printer The life of the famous dog Carlo with his portrait, and other copper plates. Fenwick , Eliza (Author)
Printer Ferdinand and Ordella, A Russian Story: with authentic anecdotes of the Russian Court after the demise of Peter the Great. To which is added, A Prefatory Address to the Satirist, Upon Patrons and Dedications, Reformers and Reformations. By Priscilla Parlante. In Two Volumes. Cavendish Bradshaw , Mary Ann (Author)
Printer Elizabeth; or, The Exiles of Siberia. Translated from the French of Madame Cottin, by W. R. Bowles, Esq. With historical, explanatory, and geographical notes. Cottin , Sophie Ristaud (Author)
Bowles , W. R. (Translator)
Printer Rhoda. A Novel. By the Author of "Things By Their Right Names," and "Plain Sense." &c. Second Edition. In Three Volumes. Jacson , Frances (Author)
Printer Rhoda. A novel. By the author of "Things by their Right Names," and "Plain Sense." In three volumes. Jacson , Frances (Author)
Printer Anti-Delphine. A Novel. Founded on Facts. In Two Volumes. By Mrs. Byron, Author of the Borderers, Drelincourt and Rodalvi. &c. &c. Strutt , Elizabeth (Author)

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