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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Displaying 25 titles of 97 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
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 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 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 1819
Bookseller Patient Joe; Wild Robert; Dan and Jane; and The Gin-Shop More, Hannah 1820
Publisher Hints for the improvement of early education and nursery discipline. Hoare, Louisa Gurney 1820
Publisher Hints for the improvement of early education and nursery discipline. Hoare, Louisa Gurney 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 1821
Bookseller The shepherd of Salisbury Plain: in two parts. More, Hannah 1821
Bookseller The two wealthy farmers, or, The history of Mr. Bragwell: in seven parts. More, Hannah 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 1821
Bookseller Influence; A Moral Tale for Young People. By a lady. In Two Volumes. Anley, Charlotte 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. More, Hannah 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 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. Sherwood, Mary Martha 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 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 1822
Bookseller Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By the author of "The Decision," &c. Kennedy, Grace 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 1823
Publisher Eighteen maxims of neatness and order: to which is prefixed an introduction. By Theresa Tidy. Graham, Elizabeth 1823
Publisher New and comprehensive lessons: containing a general outline of antient history: with forty engravings. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer, Sarah 1823
Publisher The history of Henry Milner: a little boy who was not brought up according to the fashions of this world. By Mrs. Sherwood. Author of " The History of The Fairchild Family," "Little Henry and his Bearer," "Orphans of Normandy," &c. &c. Sherwood, Mary Martha 1823
Bookseller Father Clement; A Roman Catholic Story. By the author of "The Decision," "Profession is not Principle," &c. Kennedy, Grace 1824
Bookseller Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition: or an Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery Heyrick, Elizabeth 1824
Bookseller Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition: or an Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery. Third Edition. With an Appendix Containing Clarkson's Comparison Between the State of the British Peasantry and that of the Slaves in the Colonies, &c. Heyrick, Elizabeth 1824
Bookseller The visit, or, Mamma and the children. By the author of 'Lily Douglas,' 'The catechist,' 'Pierre and his family,' &c. Grierson, Miss 1824

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"John Hatchard and Son [187 Piccadilly]" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 334 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/334. Accessed 2021-06-19.

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