ID 3018
Name Robert Dutton [Gracechurch Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 45 Gracechurch Street
City London
Start Date 1803
End Date 1817
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Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Neville Castle; or, The Generous Cambrians. A Novel, in Four Volumes. By the Author of Raynsford Park. Purbeck , Jane (Author)
1802
Publisher Human Frailties. A Novel, in Three Volumes. Interspersed with Poetry. By the author of the "Observant Pedestrian"—"Montrose"—"Mystic Cottager," &c. &c. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1803
Publisher Malvina, by Madame C****, authoress of Clare D'Albe, and Amelia Mansfield. Translated from the French, by Miss Gunning, in four volumes. Cottin , Sophie Ristaud (Author)
Gunning , Elizabeth (Translator)
1803
Publisher The Union: A Novel, in three volumes. By Miss Minifie, author of the Count de Poland. Minifie , Margaret (Author)
Gunning , Susannah (Author)
1803
Publisher Malvina, by Madame C****, authoress of Clare D'Albe, and Amelia Mansfield. Translated from the French, by Miss Gunning, in four volumes. Cottin , Sophie Ristaud (Author)
Gunning , Elizabeth (Translator)
1804
Publisher Secret Machinations. A Novel, in four volumes. By Sarah Ann Hook, author of The Widowed Bride, or, Celina. Hook , Sarah Ann (Author)
1804
Publisher The Saracen, or Matilda and Melek Adhel, A Crusade-Romance, from the French of Madame Cottin, with an Historical Introduction by J. Michaud, the French Editor. In four volumes. Cottin , Sophie Ristaud (Author)
Michaud , Joseph Francois (Introducer)
1805
Bookseller Alithea Woodley, or, The advantages of an early friendship founded on virtue. By the author of "Eason House--Juliana-- Trifles for the benefit of the rising generation--More trifles--The twin sisters, &c" Sandham , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Bookseller Alithea Woodley, or, The advantages of an early friendship founded on virtue. By the author of "Eason House--Juliana-- Trifles for the benefit of the rising generation--More trifles--The twin sisters, &c" Sandham , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher Tankerville Family, in three volumes. By a lady. Green , Sarah (Author)
1808
Publisher Matilda and Malek Adhel, the Saracen: a Crusade Romance. The Second Edition, Corrected. To which is prefixed a Memoir of the Life of the Authoress, by Mr. D. Boileau Cottin , Sophie Ristaud (Author)
Boileau , Mr. D. (Introducer)
1809
Publisher Friendly Visits from the Muse; or, the Consolations of Solitude. By a Lady. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1810
Publisher Elegant Epistles: Being a copious collection of familiar and amusing letters, selected for the improvement of young persons, and for general entertainment, from Cicero, Pliny, Sydney, Bacon, Raleigh, Howel, Russell, Clarendon, Temple, Locke, Shaftesbury, Pope, Swift, Addison, Steele, Arbuthnot, Gay, Atterbury, Tillotson, Herring, Rundle, Secker, Watts, Shenstone, Somerset, Gray, Luxborough, West, Sterne, Chatham, Johnson, Lyttleton, Hoadly, Chesterfield, Gibbon, Cowper, Beattie, Jones, Richardson, Young, Lady M. W. Montague, Eliz. Montagu, Seward, Warburton, Hurd, Fox, and others. A new edition, improved and enlarged. Cicero , Marcus Tullius (Author)
the Consul , Pliny (Author)
Shenstone , William (Author)
1814

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