ID 30
Name Henry Saunders [Castle Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address Castle Street, near the Castle Gate
City Dublin
Start Date 1761
End Date 1773
Sources
Notes

Titles

Displaying 1–25 of 48

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The wife. Also, the husband, in answer to The wife. By Mira, one of the authors of The female spectator, and Betsy Thoughtless. In two volumes. Haywood , Eliza (Author)
1756
Printer The stage-coach: containing the character of Mr. Manly, and the history of his fellow travellers. Smythies , Susan (Author)
1762
Publisher Letters between Emilia and Harriet. On a variety of familiar and interesting occasions. Cooper , Maria Susanna (Author)
1762
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 (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
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 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 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 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 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
Publisher The history of Miss Indiana Danby. In two volumes. By a lady. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
Cotter , Sarah (Publisher)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1765
Publisher The maid of the mill. A comic opera. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. The music complied, and the words written, by the author of Love in a village. Bickerstaff , Isaac (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Leathley , Ann (Publisher)
1765
Publisher The Platonic Wife, a Comedy, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By a Lady. Griffith , Elizabeth (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1765
Publisher The siege of Calais. A tragedy. From the French of Mr. De Belloy, with historical notes. Belloy , Pierre-Laurent Buirette (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Cotter , Sarah (Publisher)
1765
Publisher The tryal of William Lord Byron, Baron Byron of Rochdale, for the murder of William Chaworth, Esq; Before the Right Honourable the House of Peers, in Westminster-Hall, in full Parliament. On Tuesday the 16th and Wednesday the 17th of April, 1765: on the last of which days the said William Lord Byron was acquitted of murder, but found guilty of manslaughter. Published by order of the House of Peers. Byron , William Byron (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Leathley , Ann (Publisher)
and 1 more.
1765
Bookseller Comus: a masque from Milton. With alterations and additions[.] Particularly, several songs by Mr. Tenducci as it is perform'd at the Theatre in Smock-Alley. Second Edition. Milton , John (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1766
Bookseller Comus: a masque. From Milton. With alterations and additions. Particularly, several songs by Mr. Tenducci. As it is perform'd at the theatre in Smock-Alley. Milton , John (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1766
Publisher Like master, like man. A comedy of two acts. Alter'd from Sir John Vanbrugh. As perform'd at the Theatre, in Smock-Alley. King , Thomas (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1766
Publisher Love in a village: a comic opera. As it is performed at the theatre in Smock-Alley. With several new songs by Mr. Tenducci, and two new duettos by Mr. Tenducci and Miss Catley. Also, a musical prologue and epilogue, with the music of each neatly engraved. Bickerstaff , Isaac (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1766
Publisher The clandestine marriage, a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By George Colman and David Garrick. Colman , George (the elder) (Author)
Garrick , David (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1766
Publisher The summer's tale. A musical comedy of three acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. Cumberland , Richard (Author)
Watts [m. Lynch in 1762] , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1766

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