ID 27
Name John Exshaw I [Dame Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address Bible, Dame Street
City Dublin
Start Date 1754
End Date 1776
Sources
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Titles

Displaying 26–50 of 91

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The Jealous Wife: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By George Colman, Esq. James , Alice (Publisher)
Leathley , Ann (Publisher)
Colman , George (the elder) (Author)
and 1 more.
1761
Publisher The orphan of china. A tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Arthur Murphy. Murphy , Arthur (Author)
Leathley , Ann (Publisher)
James , Alice (Publisher)
1761
Printer Memoirs of Lady Harriot Butler: Now First Published From Authentic Papers in the Lady's own hand-writing. Riccoboni , Marie Jeanne (Author)
Brooke , Frances (Translator)
Butler , Harriet (Author)
1762
Publisher Letters between Emilia and Harriet. On a variety of familiar and interesting occasions. Cooper , Maria Susanna (Author)
1762
Publisher Love at first sight: a ballad farce, of two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. King , Thomas (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Leathley , Ann (Publisher)
1763
Publisher Philaster a tragedy. Written by Beaumont and Fletcher. With alterations. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Beaumont , Francis (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Fletcher , John (Author)
1763
Publisher The Englishman in Bourdeaux. A comedy. Written in French, By the celebrated Monsieur Favart. Acted with universal Applause, at the Theatre-Royal, in Paris. Where it has had a more extraordinary Run than any other new Piece, in the Memory of the present Frequenters of the French Stage. Translated by an English Lady now residing in Paris. Favart , Charles Simon (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Unknown , [Woman] (Translator)
1763
Publisher The Polite Lady: or, a Course of female education. In a series of letters, from a mother to her daughter. Allen , Charles (Author)
1763
Publisher Family pictures, a novel. Containing curious and interesting memoirs of several persons of fashion in W-----re. By a lady. In two volumes. ... Gunning , Susannah (Author)
1764
Publisher Love in a village: A comic opera. As it is performed at the theatres in London and Dublin. The Third Edition. Bickerstaff , Isaac (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Leathley , Ann (Publisher)
1764
Publisher Midas; an English burletta. As it is performed, at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. O'Hara , Kane (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1764
Publisher The brothers. A tragedy. Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. By E. Young, L.L.B. Young , Edward (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1764
Publisher The capricious lovers; a comic opera. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Robert Lloyd. The music composed by Mr. Rush. Lloyd , Robert (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1764
Publisher The Dupe, a Comedy. As it is now acting at the Theatre-Royal in Drury Lane. By His Majesty's Servants. By the author of The Discovery. Sheridan , Frances Chamberlaine (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1764
Publisher The history of Lady Louisa Stroud, and the Honourable Miss Caroline Stretton. In two volumes. Gibbes , Phebe (Author)
1764
Publisher The history of Miss Jenny Salisbury; addressed to the Countess of Roscommond. Translated from the French of the celebrated Madame Riccoboni. In two volumes. ... Riccoboni , Marie Jeanne (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Cotter , Sarah (Publisher)
and 2 more.
1764
Publisher The life and adventures of Mr. Francis Clive. In two volumes. Gibbes , Phebe (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1764
Publisher The mayor of Garret. A comedy. In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By Samuel Foote, Esq Foote , Samuel (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Leathley , Ann (Publisher)
1764
Publisher The Messiah. Attempted from the German of Mr. Klopstock. To which is prefix'd his introduction on divine poetry. Klopstock , Friedrich Gottlieb (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Unknown , (Translator)
1764
Publisher The revenge. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. By E. Young, L.L.B. author of Busiris King of Egypt. Young , Edward (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1764
Publisher The works of the author of the Night-Thoughts. In four volumes. Revised and corrected by himself. Young , Edward (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1764
Publisher A letter from Candor, to the public advertiser: Containing a series of constitutional remarks on some late interesting trials, and other points, of the most essential consequence to civil liberty. The Fourth Edition, in which there are many material additions. Candor , (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1765
Publisher Memoirs of ****, Commonly known by the name of George Psalmanazar; a reputed native of Formosa. Written by himself in order to be published after his death. Containing an account of his education, travels, adventures, connections, literary productions, and pretended conversion from heathenism to Christianity; which last proved the occasion of his being brought over into this Kingdom, and passing for a proselyte, and a member of the Church of England. Psalmanazar , George (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Cotter , Sarah (Publisher)
1765
Publisher Sermons. By Charles Churchill. Churchill , Charles (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1765
Publisher The commissary. A comedy in three acts. As it is performed at the theatre in the Hay-Market. By Samuel Foote, Esq; Foote , Samuel (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1765

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