ID 334
Name John Hatchard and Son [187 Piccadilly]
Gender Unknown
Street Address No. 187 Piccadilly
City London
Start Date 1819
End Date
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Waterloo, a Poem, in Two Parts . . . . Cope , Harriet (Author)
1816
Publisher The History of The Fairchild Family; Or, The Child’s Manual: Being a Collection of Stories Calculated to Show the Importance and Effects of a Religious Education. By Mrs. Sherwood. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
1818-47
Bookseller The Village Disputants; or, A Conversation on the Subject of the Present Times, between Jack Anvil the Blacksmith, and Tom Hod the Mason: submitted to the perusal and consideration of all the mechanics, journeymen, and labourers in Great Britain More , Hannah (Author)
1819
Publisher An easy introduction to the knowledge of nature, and reading the holy scriptures: adapted to the capacities of children. By Mrs. Trimmer. The Sixteenth Edition. With considerable additions and improvements. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1819
Publisher The Village Disputants; or, A Conversation on the Subject of the Present Times, between Jack Anvil the Blacksmith, and Tom Hod the Mason: submitted to the perusal and consideration of all the mechanics, journeymen, and labourers in Great Britain More , Hannah (Author)
1819
Bookseller Patient Joe; Wild Robert; Dan and Jane; and The Gin-Shop More , Hannah (Author)
1820
Publisher Hints for the improvement of early education and nursery discipline. Hoare , Louisa Gurney (Author)
1820
Publisher Hints for the improvement of early education and nursery discipline. Hoare , Louisa Gurney (Author)
1820
Unknown An Englishwoman's Letter to Mrs. Hannah More, on the present crisis, with especial reference to the Bill of Pains and Penalties against Queen Caroline Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1820
Bookseller Spiritual Recreations in the Chamber of Affliction: Or Pious Meditations in Verse; Written during a Protracted Illness of Thirteen Years. By Eliza. Garrington , Eliza Sarah (Author)
C. , W. H. (Editor)
1821
Bookseller The shepherd of Salisbury Plain: in two parts. More , Hannah (Author)
Binns , Ann E. (Bookseller)
1821
Bookseller The two wealthy farmers, or, The history of Mr. Bragwell: in seven parts. More , Hannah (Author)
1821
Publisher Bible Rhymes, on the Names of All the Books of the Old and New Testament: With Allusions to Some of the Principal Incidents and Characters. By Hannah More. More , Hannah (Author)
1821
Publisher New and comprehensive lessons: containing a general outline of the Old Testament: with twenty-four engravings. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1821
Publisher New and comprehensive lessons; containing a general outline of the Roman history; with forty engravings. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1821
Bookseller Influence; A Moral Tale for Young People. By a lady. In Two Volumes. Anley , Charlotte (Author)
1822
Publisher An easy introduction to the knowledge of nature, and reading the holy scriptures: adapted to the capacities of children. By Mrs. Trimmer. The seventeenth edition, with considerable additions and improvements. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1822
Publisher Bible rhymes, on the names of all the books of the Old and New Testament: with allusions to some of the principal incidents and characters. By Hannah More. Second edition, with additions. More , Hannah (Author)
1822
Publisher George the Fourth, a Poem: Dedicated to the Right Honourable the Marquis of Londonderry, By the Author of "Hours of Solitude." To which are added Lyrics, Designed for various Melodies. Dacre , Charlotte (Author)
1822
Publisher The History of the Fairchild Family; or, the Child's Manual: Being a Collection of Stories Calculated to Shew the Importance and Effects of a Religious Education. By Mrs. Sherwood, Author of "Little Henry and his Bearer," "Stories on the Church Catechism," &c. &c. Fifth edition. Houlston , Frances (Author)
Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
1822
Publisher The orphans of Normandy, or, Florentin and Lucie. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of "Little Henry and his Bearer," "History of the Fairchild Family," &c. &c. Second edition. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
1822
Publisher Waterloo, a Poem, in Two Parts: Inscribed by Permission, to His Grace the Duke of Wellington &c. &c. by his Respectful and Obliged Humble Servant, the Author of Triumphs of Religion; Suicide, a Poem; and other works. Cope , Harriet (Author)
1822
Bookseller Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By the author of "The Decision," &c. Kennedy , Grace (Author)
1823
Bookseller Ludolph, or the Light of Nature, a Poem. By Charlotte Caroline Richardson, author of "Harvest," the "Soldier's Child," &c. Richardson , Charlotte Caroline (Author)
1823
Publisher A concise history of England: comprised in a set of easy lessons, illustrated by engravings: being a continuation of a series of historical books for children: in two volumes. By Mrs. Trimmer. A new edition brought down to the reign of George IV. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1823

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