ID 3117
Name Benjamin Tooke I
Gender Male
Street Address Middle Temple Gate in Fleet Street
City London
Start Date 1669
End Date 1716
Sources British Book Trade Index 70085
Related Firms Benjamin Tooke II
Notes Benjamin Tooke's son Benjamin worked at this location from 1700 until father's death in 1716.

Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The Gentleman’s Recreations: in Three Parts. The first part contains a short and easie introduction to all the liberal arts and sciences, &c. The second treats of horsemanship, hawking, hunting, fowling, fishing, agriculture, &c. Done from the most Authentick Authors, especially several lately Printed at Paris, as may be seen in the Preface; with great Enlargements, made by those well Experienced in the respective Recreations. The third is a compleat body of all our forest, chace, and game-laws, as they are at this Time. The whole illustrated with near an hundred copper-cuts relating to several Subjects, particular all Sorts of Nets, Engines, Traps, &c. are added for the Taking of Wild-Beasts, Fowl, Fish, &c. not hitherto Publish'd by any. The Second Edition Corrected, with near one half of additions. Blome , Richard (Compiler)
Bonwicke , Rebecca (Publisher)
1709
Publisher Essays upon several subjects in prose and verse. Written by the Lady Chudleigh. Chudleigh , Mary Lee (Author)
Bonwicke , Rebecca (Publisher)
1710
Bookseller Miscellany poems, on several occasions. Written by a lady. Finch , Anne (Author)
1713
Bookseller Miscellany poems, on several occasions. Written by the Right Honble Anne, Countess of Winchilsea. Finch , Anne (Author)
1713
Bookseller Miscellany poems, on several occasions. Written by the Right Honble Anne, Countess of Winchilsea. Finch , Anne (Author)
1713
Publisher Thirty sermons preached on several occasions. By Edward Waple, B. D. Late Vicar of St. Sepulchres, and Archdeacon of Taunton Waple , Edward (Author)
Bonwicke , Rebecca (Publisher)
1714
Publisher A dictionary, English-Latin, and Latin-English, containing all things necessary for the translating of either language into other. To which End, Many Things that were Erroneous are Rectified, many Superfluities Retrenched, and very many Defects Supplied. And All suited to the meanest Capacities, in a plainer Method than heretofore: Being (for Ease) reduced into an Alphabetical Order, and Explained in the Mother-Tongue. And Towards the Compleating the English Part (which hath been long desired) here are added Thousands of Words, Phrases, Proverbs Proper Names, and many other useful Things mentioned in the Preface to the work. The eighth edition, enlarged. By Elisha Coles, Late of Magd. Coll. Oxon. Coles , Elisha (Author)
Collins , Susannah (Printer)
Bonwicke , Rebecca (Publisher)
1716

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