ID 262
Name Richard Wilks and John Taylor
Gender Unknown
Street Address Chancery Lane
City London
Start Date 1802
End Date 1802

Titles

Displaying 13 titles of 13 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Printer Antonio: a tragedy in five acts. By William Godwin. Godwin, William 1800
Printer Letitia; or, The Castle Without a Spectre. Mrs Hunter of Norwich. In Four Volumes. Hunter, Rachel 1801
Printer Memoirs of the Late Mrs. Robinson, written by Herself, with some Posthumous Pieces. In four volumes. Robinson, Mary 1801
Printer Poetry for Children. Consisting of Short Pieces, to be Committed to Memory. Selected by Lucy Aikin. 1801
Printer Poems by Mrs. Opie. Opie, Amelia 1802
Printer The Baron's Daughter: A Gothic Romance. By Isabella Kelly, author of Madeline, Abbey St. Asaph, Avondale Priory, Eva, Ruthinglenne, etc. In Four Volumes. Kelly, Isabella 1802
Printer The History of the Grubthorpe Family; or, The Old Batchelor and his Sister Penelope. By Mrs. Hunter, of Norwich; author of Letitia. In Three Volumes. Hunter, Rachel 1802
Printer Delphine: A Novel. By Madame de Stael-Holstein. Translated from the French. In Three Volumes. de Staël von Holstein, Anne Louise Germaine 1803
Printer Italian Jealousy: or, The History of Lady Georgina Cecil. By the Duchess of Pienne. In Three Volumes. Aumont, Pauline de Chevigny 1803
Printer Letters from Mrs. Palmerstone to her Daughter, Inculcating Morality by Entertaining Narratives. By Mrs. Hunter, of Norwich. In Three Volumes. Hunter, Rachel 1803
Printer Letters of the late Ignatius Sancho, an African. To which are prefixed, Memoirs of his Life, by Joseph Jekyll, Esq. M.P. The fifth edition. Jekyll, Joseph 1803
Printer Poems by Mrs. Opie. The Second Edition. Opie, Amelia 1803
Printer Poetry for Children. Consisting of Short Pieces, to be Committed to Memory. Selected by Lucy Aikin. Second edition with additions and corrections. 1803

Recommended Citation

"Richard Wilks and John Taylor" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 262 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/262. Accessed 2021-03-03.

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