ID 2900
Name James Ridgway [170 Piccadilly]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 170 Piccadilly
City London
Start Date 1805
End Date 1821

Titles

Displaying 17 titles of 17 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Publisher Passages Selected by Distinguished Personages, on the Great Literary Trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a Comi-Tragedy. Volume IV. Third Edition. Dudley, Lady Mary
Publisher Genuine and authentic memoirs of a well known woman of intrigue. Containing a great variety of curious and interesting anecdotes, which have never yet appeared in print, of several of the first characters in the fashionable world. Written by herself. In two volumes. ... Unknown, [Woman] 1787
Publisher Flights of Fancy: Consisting of Miscellaneous Poems. With the Castle of Avola, an Opera, in Three Acts. By Mrs. J. T. Serres. Serres, Olivia Wilmot 1805
Publisher Hours of Solitude. A Collection of Original Poems, now first published. by Charlotte Dacre, Better Known by the Name of Rosa Matilda. In Two Volumes. Dacre, Charlotte 1805
Publisher St. Julian: In A Series of Letters. By Mrs. J. T. Serres. Serres, Olivia Wilmot 1805
Bookseller Monody on the Right Honourable Charles James Fox. By Mr. Thelwall. The Second Edition, Corrected. Thelwall, John 1806
Publisher Literary Relics of the late Joseph Richardson, Esq. (Formerly of St. John's College, Cambridge) Barrister, and Member for Newport in Cornwall. Dedicated by Permission, to His Grace the Duke of Northumberland: consisting of the comedy of the fugitive, and a few short poems; with a sketch of the life of the author by an intimate friend; in which those numbers of the Rolliads and Probationary Odes written by Mr. Richardson and Particularized. The Whole collected and prepared for the press by Mrs. Richardson, his widow. Richardson, Joseph 1807
Publisher Passages Selected by Distinguished Personages, on the Great Literary Trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a Comi-Tragedy. Volume I. Seventh Edition. Dudley, Sir Henry Bate 1807
Publisher Passages Selected by Distinguished Personages, on the Great Literary Trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a Comi-tragedy. Volume IV. Third edition. Dudley, Lady Mary 1807
Publisher Passages Selected by Distinguished Personages, on the Great Literary Trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a Comi-tragedy. Volume II. Seventh Edition. Dudley, Lady Mary 1807
Publisher The Storm, with Other Poems. By Elizabeth Darwall. Darwall, Elizabeth 1810
Publisher The Sons of Erin; or, Modern Sentiment: A Comedy, in Five Acts. Performed at the Lyceum Theatre. By Mrs. Lefanu. The Second Edition. Lefanu, Alicia Sheridan 1812
Publisher The Sons of Erin; or, Modern Sentiments: A Comedy, in Five Acts. Performed at the Lyceum Theatre. By Mrs. Lefanu. Lefanu, Alicia Sheridan 1812
Publisher The Sons of Erin; or, Modern Sentiments: A Comedy, in Five Acts. Performed at the Lyceum Theatre. By Mrs. Lefanu. The Third Edition. Lefanu, Alicia Sheridan 1812
Publisher Isabel, a Tale, in Two Cantos; and Other Poems. By the Honorable Mrs. Esme Steuart Erskine. Erskine, Eliza Bland 1814
Publisher Some Account of the Life of Rachael Wriothesley Lady Russell. By the editor of Madame due Deffand's Letters. Followed by a series of letters from Lady Russell to her husband, William Lord Russell; from 1672 to 1682; together with some miscellaneous letters to and from Lady Russell. To which are added, eleven letters from Dorothy Sidney Countess of Sunderland, to George Saville Marquis of Hallifax in the year 1680. Published from the originals in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Devonshire. Berry, Mary 1819
Publisher Some Account of the Life of Rachael Wriothesley Lady Russell, By the editor of Madame due Deffand's Letters. Followed by a series of letters from Lady Russell to her husband, William Lord Russell; from 1672 to 1682; together with some miscellaneous letters to and from Lady Russell. To which are added, eleven letters from Dorothy Sidney Countess of Sunderland, to George Saville Marquis of Hallifax in the year 1680. Published from the originals in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Devonshire. The third edition. Berry, Mary 1820

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"James Ridgway [170 Piccadilly]" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 2900 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/2900. Accessed 2021-04-23.

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