ID 3415
Name Buchanan McMillan [Bow Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 6 Bow Street, Covent Garden
City London
Start Date 1800
End Date 1834
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Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer Ferdinand Fitzormond; or, The Fool of Nature. By Mrs. Temple. In Five Volumes. Temple , Mrs. F. (Author)
1805
Printer Dramas for children: imitated from the French of L.F. Jauffret. By the editor of Tabart's popular stories. Godwin , Mary Jane (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1808
Printer The poetical class-book: or, Reading lessons for every day in the year. Selected from the most popular English poets, ancient and modern. For the use of schools. By William Frederic Mylius, author of The Junior Class-book, and School Dictionary of the English Language. Mylius , William Frederic (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1810
Printer Beauty and the beast, or, A rough outside with a gentle heart: a poetical version of an ancient tale, illustrated with a series of elegant engravings; and Beauty's song at her spinning wheel, set to music by Mr. Whitaker. Lamb , Charles (Author)
Lamb , Mary (Author)
1811
Printer Lessons for children, or, Rudiments of good manners, morals, and humanity. By Mrs. Fenwick; with numerous wood engravings, executed in a superior style. Fenwick , Eliza (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1813
Printer Stories of Old Daniel: or Tales of wonder and delight. Containing narratives of foreign countries and manners, and designed as an introduction to the study of voyages, travels, and history in general. The third edition. Corbould , Henry (Illustrator)
Springsguth , Samuel (Engraver)
Moore , Margaret Jane King (Author)
1813
Printer Life of Lady Jane Grey, and of Lord Guildford Dudley, her husband. This young Lady at Twelve Years of Age understood Eight Languages, was for Nine Days Queen of England, and was Beheaded in the Tower in the Seventeenth Year of her Age, being at that Time the most Amiable and Accomplished Woman in Europe. By Theophilus Marcliffe. Fourth Edition. Godwin , William (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1815
Printer Smiles and Tears; or, The Widow's Stratagem: A Comedy, in Five Acts; as Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden, Tuesday, December 12, 1815. By Mrs. C. Kemble. Kemble , Maria Theresa (Author)
1815
Printer The prize, or, The lace-makers of Missenden. By Mrs. Caroline Barnard. Barnard , Caroline (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
Springsguth , Samuel (Engraver)
and 1 more.
1817
Printer Leçons pour les enfans: ou, Premiers élémens de morale, de politesse, et de sensibilité. Traduit de l'anglois de Made. Fenwick, par l'abbé Le Febvre; ornées de nombreuses gravures, et servant de suite au petit livre intitulé. Six histoires pour la première enfance. Fenwick , Eliza (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1820
Printer Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Eighth Edition. Lamb , Mary (Author)
Lamb , Charles (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1821
Printer Mary Stuart. By Miss Macauley. Macauley , Elizabeth Wright (Author)
1823
Printer Mary Stuart. By Miss Macauley. Macauley , Elizabeth Wright (Author)
1823
Printer New Russia. Journey from Riga to the Crimea, by Way of Kiev; with Some Account of the Colonization, and the Manners and Customs of the Colonists of New Russia. To Which Are Added, Notes Relating to the Crim Tatars. By Mary Holderness. Holderness , Mary (Author)
1823
Printer Life of Lady Jane Grey, and of Lord Guildford Dudley, her husband. By Edward Baldwin, Esq. This young Lady at Twelve Years of Age understood Eight Languages, was for Nine Days Queen of England, and was Beheaded in the Tower in the Seventeenth Year of her Age, being at that Time the most Amiable and Accomplished Woman in Europe. Godwin , William (Author)
1824
Printer A Manual of Devotion; being Meditations and Hymns for Every Day in the Month. By Mary Holderness, author of "New Russia," and "Manners and Customs of the Crim Tatars." Holderness , Mary (Author)
1825
Printer Journey from Riga to the Crimea, with Some Account of the Manners and Customs of the Colonists of New Russia. By M. Holderness. Second Edition Holderness , Mary (Author)
1827

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