ID 2645
Name Thomas Hookham and James Carpenter [New Bond Street]
Gender Male
Street Address 147 New Bond Street
City London
Start Date 1790
End Date 1792


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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller The history of Georgina Neville; or, the disinterested orphan. A novel. In two volumes. Being the first literary attempt of a young lady. Dedicated, with permission, to the Hon. Lady Warren. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
Publisher Terentia; a novel. By the author of the Platonic Guardian, &c. In two volumes. Johnson , Mrs. (Author)
Publisher The Female Geniad; a Poem. Inscribed to Mrs. Crespigny. By Elizabeth Ogilvy Benger, of Portsmouth; written at the age of thirteen. Benger , Elizabeth Ogilvy (Author)
Kearsley , Catharine (Publisher)
Publisher The Romance of the Forest: Interspersed with Some Pieces of Poetry. By the Authoress of "A Sicilian romance," &c. In three volumes. Radcliffe , Ann (Author)
Bookseller Virginius and Virginia; a poem, in six parts. From the Roman history. By Mrs. Gunning. Dedicated to supreme fashion; but not by permission. Gunning , Susannah (Author)
Publisher Clarissa; or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. and particularly shewing the distresses that may attend the misconduct, both of parents and children, in relation to marriage. In eight volumes. ... Richardson , Samuel (Author)
Newbery , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Publisher Integrity and content, an allegory; &c. &c. &c. By Charlotte Palmer. Palmer , Charlotte (Author)
Publisher It is, and it is not a novel. In two volumes. By Charlotte Palmer. ... Palmer , Charlotte (Author)
Publisher Plans of education; with remarks on the systems of other writers. In a series of letters between Mrs. Darnford and her friends. By Clara Reeve. Reeve , Clara (Author)
Publisher Select views of the life, reign, and character of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. Containing, besides many profound Remarks on the prominent Features of the Reign and Character of that unrivalled Sovereign, serving to illustrate his posthumous Works, two very remarkable Letters of the Empress of Russia to the Author; a great Variety of Anecdotes, relating to eminent political and literary Characters of Great Britain, and other Countries; and also an authentic Exposition of the origin and true causes of the British Alliance with Prussia, &c. &c. Translated from the German of Dr. de Zimmerman, First Physician to his Britannic Majesty at Hanover, Knight of the Russian Order of Wlodimir, and Member of several Literary Societies. By Major Neuman, of the Nassau Guards. ... Newbery , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Zimmermann , Johann Georg (Author)
Publisher The Count De Hoensdern; a German tale. By the author of Constance, The Pharos, Argus, &c. &c. In three volumes. Mathews , Eliza Kirkham (Author)
Publisher The Romance of the Forest: Interspersed With Some Pieces of Poetry. In Three Volumes. The Second edition. By Ann Radcliffe, Author of ``a Sicilian-Romance,'' &c. Radcliffe , Ann (Author)
Bookseller Simple facts; or, the history of an orphan. In two volumes. By Mrs. Mathews. ... Mathews , Mrs. (Author)
Bookseller A selection from the Annals of virtue, of Madame Sillery: containing the Most Important and Interesting Anecdotes from the histories of Spain, Portugal, China, Japan, and America: With some Account of the Manners, Customs, Arts and Sciences of France. Translated from the French by Elizabeth Mary James. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
James , Elizabeth Maria (Translator)
Bookseller The brothers: a novel, for children: addressed to every good mother, and humbly dedicated to the Queen. Andrews , Eliza (Author)
Publisher The romance of the forest: interspersed with some pieces of poetry. In three volumes. The fourth edition. By Ann Radcliffe, author of "A Sicilian Romance," &c. Radcliffe , Ann (Author)
Bookseller Most Humbly Dedicated to the Queen. The prophecies of Brothers confuted, from divine authority. By Mrs. Williams, Of New Store-Street, Bedford-Square. Williams , Eliza (Author)
Bookseller A narrative of the sufferings of Louise Francoise de Houssay, de Bannes, who served in the army as a volunteer, from 1792, to July 21, 1795; when she was made a prisoner at Quiberon, with her examination at Vannes, from whence she made her escape, the day before that which was appointed for her execution. Translated from the manuscript of the author. de Bannes , Louise Françoise de Houssay (Author)
Publisher Address to a young lady on her entrance into the world. In two volumes. Nicklin , Susan (Author)

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