ID 3234
Name Bennett Dugdale [Dame Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 6 Dame Street
City Dublin
Start Date 1795
End Date 1826
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller Jack Brown in prison; or The pitcher never goes so often to the well but it is broke at last. Being the fourth part of the history of the two shoe-makers. To which is added turn the carpet; or, The two weavers, a new song. More , Hannah (Author)
1795
Bookseller The history of Mary Wood the house-maid; or, The danger of false excuses. More , Hannah (Author)
1795
Bookseller Sunday reading. On carrying religion into the common business of life. A dialogue between James Stock and Will. Simpson, the shoemakers, as they sat at work. To which is addded, the hackney coachman, &c. More , Hannah (Author)
1796
Bookseller The apprentice turned master; or, The second part of the two shoemakers. Shewing how James Stock from a parish apprentice became a creditable tradesman. More , Hannah (Author)
1796
Bookseller The two wealthy farmers, or, The history of Mr. Bragwell. Part I. More , Hannah (Author)
1796
Publisher Camilla: or, a picture of youth. By the author of Evelina and Cecilia. In three volumes. Burney , Frances (Author)
Parker , Arabella (Publisher)
1796
Publisher Rambles farther: a continuation of Rural Walks: in dialogues. Intended for the use of young persons. By Charlotte Smith. Two Volumes in One. Smith , Charlotte Turner (Author)
1796
Publisher The knights of the Swan; or, the court of Charlemagne: an historical and moral tale. To serve as a continuation to The tales of the castle; And of which all the Incidents that bear Analogy to the French Revolution are taken from History. Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis, Author of the theatre of education, adelaide and theodore, &c. by the Rev. Mr. Beresford. ... du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
Beresford , James (Translator)
1797
Publisher The child's grammar. Designed to enable ladies who may not have attended to the subject themselves to instruct their children. Containing a very plain and easy explanation of the several parts of speech; exemplified in the most familiar manner in sentences suited to the capacities of children: followed by parsing lessons, resolved into their elements to try the progress of the pupil. And also, the plainest explanation of the modes and tenses, and a second set of parsing lessons suited to a scholar more advanced in grammar; with directions for full examination. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1799

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