ID 2750
Name John Marshall [Aldermary]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 4 Aldermary Churchyard, Bow Lane
City London
Start Date 1782
End Date 1807
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer A description of a set of prints of English history; contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. In two parts. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1790
Printer A description of a set of prints of English history; contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. In two parts. ... Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1790
Printer A description of a set of prints of English history; contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. In two parts. ... Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1790
Printer A description of a set of prints taken from the New Testamenc [sic]. Contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1790
Printer A description of a set of prints taken from the New Testament, contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1790
Printer Dialogues for Sunday evenings, between the principal lady of the village and her neighbours. Translated from a work of Madame Le Prince de Beaumont, called Magasin des pauvres, &c. &c. With alterations Leprince de Beaumont , Jeanne-Marie (Author)
1790
Printer Eleanor and Jessey; or, The Queen of the May. Peacock , Lucy (Author)
1790
Printer Fables, by Mrs. Teachwell, in which the morals are drawn incidentally in various ways. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1790
Printer Familiar dialogues for the instruction and amusement of children of four and five years old. Kilner , Mary Ann (Author)
1790
Printer Familiar dialogues for the instruction and amusement of children of four and five years old. Kilner , Mary Ann (Author)
1790
Printer Memoirs of a peg-top. By the author of Adventures of a pincushion. Kilner , Mary Ann (Author)
1790
Printer Mrs Norton's story book, composed for the amusement of her children to which are added instructions for the proper application of the stories. Norton , Mrs. (Author)
1790
Printer Poems on various subjects, for the amusement of youth. Third Edition. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1790
Printer Rational sports in dialogues passing among the children of a family. Designed as a hint to mothers how they may inform the minds of their little people respecting the objects with which they are surrounded. Fourth edition. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1790
Printer Rational sports. In dialogues passing among the children of a family. Designed as a hint to mothers how they may infrom [sic] the minds of their little people reflecting the objects with which they are surrounded. Fourth Edition. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1790
Printer Scenes for children. By a lady. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1790
Printer Scenes for children. By a lady. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1790
Printer Sermons to children; to which are added short hymns, suited to the subjects. By a lady. Wilkinson , Rebecca (Author)
1790
Printer The adventures of a pincushion. Designed chiefly for the use of young ladies. Kilner , Mary Ann (Author)
1790
Printer The art of teaching in sport; designed as a prelude to a set of toys, for enabling ladies to instill the rudiments of spelling reading, grammar, and arithmetic, under the idea of amusement. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1790
Printer The fairy spectator; or, the invisible monitor. By Mrs. Teachwell and her family. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1790
Printer The first prinicples [sic] of religion, and the existence of a deity, explained in a series of dialogues adapted to the capacity of the infant mind. In two parts. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1790
Printer The histories of more children than one; or, Goodness better than beauty. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1790
Printer The histories of more children than one; or, Goodness better than beauty. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1790
Printer The history of a great many little boys and girls, for the amusement of all good children of four and five years of age. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1790

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"John Marshall [Aldermary]." The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 2750, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/2750. Accessed 2024-02-21.

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