ID 291
Name William Sleater I [Cork Hill]
Gender Unknown
Street Address at Pope's Head on Cork Hill
City Dublin
Start Date 1754
End Date 1767

Titles

Displaying 22 titles of 22 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Printer The old maid. By Mary Singleton, spinster. Brooke, Frances 1756
Publisher Douglas: a tragedy. As it is acted at the theatres in Great Britain and Ireland. By the Rev. John Home. To which are prefixed, I. An address to the author. By David Hume, Esq.; ... III. Copy of a declaration, by the Rev. Presbytery of Glasgow. 1757
Publisher Douglas: a tragedy. As it is acted at the theatres in Great Britain and Ireland. By the Rev. Mr. Hume. To which are prefixed, I. An address to the author. By David Hume, Esq. Author of the History of Great Britain, &c. II. Copy of an Admonition and Exhortation, by the Rev. Presbytery of Edinburgh. III. Copy of a Declaration, by the Rev. Presbytery of Glasgow. Home, John 1757
Publisher The proceedings of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, upon the bill, intituled, An act to release the from the obligation of the oath of secrecy, the members of the court-martial appointed for the tryal of Admiral John Byng, pursuant to the exception contained in the said oath. Together with the examinations of the several members of the said court-martial, taken upon oath at their lordships bar. To which is prefixed, an abstract of the proceedings of the Hon. House of Commons, upon the said bill. Parliament of Great Britain, House of Lords 1757
Publisher The trial of the Honourable Admiral John Byng, at a court martial, as taken by Mr. Charles Fearne, Judge-Advocate of his Majesty's Fleet. Published by order of the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, at the desire of the Court-Martial, to which are added, A copy of their Lordships Memorial to the King, in relation to the sentence passed upon Admiral Byng: A copy of the King's order in council for transmitting to their Lordships a copy of the report of the twelve judges, in relation to the said sentence: and also, A copy of that report. And a copy of warrant from their Lordships for carrying the said sentence into execution. Together with his defence; and all the papers read in court. Also, several others omitted by the Judge Advocate, but published by Mr. Cook in his account of the trial. Likewise, the names of the members by whom the questions were proposed, not taken notice of by Mr. Fearne. Byng, John 1757
Publisher Agis: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By the author of Douglas. To which is prefixed, the story of the tragedy of Agis. With observations on the play, the performance, and the reception. Home, John 1758
Publisher High Life Below Stairs. A farce of two acts. As it is perfromed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Townley, James 1759
Publisher The genuine legal sentence pronounced by the High Court of Judicature of Portugal upon the conspirators against the life of His Most Faithful Majest; with the just motives for the same. Literally translated from the original Portuguese, as printed at the Court of Lisbon, by order and authority of the said tribunal. 1759
Publisher The orphan of China. A tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Murphy, Arthur 1759
Publisher High Life Below Stairs. A farce of two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Townley, James 1760
Publisher The Desert Island, a dramatic poem, in three acts. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Buonaventura, Pietro Antonio Domenico 1760
Publisher The way to keep him, a comedy in three acts: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury Lane. Murphy, Arthur 1760
Publisher Douglas: a tragedy. As it is acted at the theatres in Great-Britain and Ireland. By the Rev. John Home. To which are prefixed, I. An address to the author. By David Hume, Esq.; Author of the History of Great-Britain, &c. II. Copy of an Admonition and Exhortation, by the Rev. Presbytery of Edinburgh. III. Copy of a Declaration, by the Rev. Presbytery of Glasgow. Home, John 1761
Publisher Edgar and Emmeline; a fairy tale: in a dramatic entertainment of two acts; as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Hawkesworth, John 1761
Publisher The Discovery. A Comedy. As it is performed at the Theatres-Royal in London and Dublin. Written by Mrs. Sheridan, editor of Miss Sidney Bidulph. Sheridan, Frances Chamberlaine 1763
Publisher The adventures of the Marquis de Noailles, and Mademoiselle Tencin. A narrative founded on truth, translated from the French. In two volumes. ... Biron, Felicité de 1764
Publisher The history of the Marquis de Roselle, in a series of letters. By Madam Elie de Beaumont. Translated from the French. In two volumes. de Beaumont Élie, Anne-Louise Morin-Dumesnil 1765
Publisher Letters on Different Subjects, in Four Volumes. Amongst which are interspers'd the Adventures of Alphonso, After the Destruction of Lisbon. By the Author of The Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her absent daughters. Pennington, Sarah 1766
Publisher The Double Mistake. A Comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Griffith, Elizabeth 1766
Publisher The history of Alicia Montague. By the author of Clarinda Cathcart. In two volumes. Marishall, Jean 1767
Publisher The history of Miss Pittborough. In a series of letters. By a Lady. In two volumes. Unknown 1767
Publisher The history of Nourjahad. By the editor of Sidney Bidulph. Sheridan, Frances Chamberlaine 1767

Recommended Citation

"William Sleater I [Cork Hill]" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 291 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/291. Accessed 2020-10-26.

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