ID 36
Name Sampson Low [Berwick Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 7 Berwick Street, Soho
City London
Start Date 1794
End Date 1799
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Displaying 25 titles of 40 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Printer Perplexities; or, the fortunate elopement. By Mrs. Mathews, author of simple facts. In three volumes. Mathews, Mrs. 1794
Printer Memoirs of Madame de Barneveldt. Translated from the French by Miss Gunning. In two volumes. Du Castre d'Auvigny, Jean 1795
Printer Montalbert. A novel. By Charlotte Smith. In three volumes. Smith, Charlotte Turner 1795
Publisher Memoirs of Madame de Barneveldt. Translated from the French by Miss Gunning. In two volumes. Du Castre d'Auvigny, Jean 1795
Bookseller A narrative of the loss of the Catharine, Venus, and Piedmont transports, and the Thomas, Golden Grove, and Æolus merchant ships, near Weymouth, on Wednesday the 18th of November last. Drawn up from information taken on the spot, by Charlotte Smith, and published for the benefit of an unfortunate survivor from one of the wrecks, and her infant child. Smith, Charlotte Turner 1796
Bookseller Essays on various subjects: in which some characters of the present age are introduced. De La Garde, Mary 1796
Printer A narrative of the loss of the Catharine, Venus, and Piedmont transports, and the Thomas, Golden Grove, and Æolus merchant ships, near Weymouth, on Wednesday the 18th of November last. Drawn up from information taken on the spot, by Charlotte Smith, and published for the benefit of an unfortunate survivor from one of the wrecks, and her infant child. Smith, Charlotte Turner 1796
Printer Marchmont: a novel. By Charlotte Smith. In four volumes. Smith, Charlotte Turner 1796
Printer Matilda and Elizabeth: a novel. By the authors of Honoria Somerville, Rainsford Park, The benevolent Quixote, &c. &c. In four volumes. Purbeck, Jane 1796
Publisher Marchmont: a novel. By Charlotte Smith. In four volumes. Smith, Charlotte Turner 1796
Publisher Matilda and Elizabeth: a novel. By the authors of Honoria Somerville, Rainsford Park, The benevolent Quixote, &c. &c. In four volumes. Purbeck, Jane 1796
Publisher The Foresters. A novel. Altered from the French by Miss Gunning. In four volumes. ... Gunning, Elizabeth 1796
Printer Familiar conversations, for the use of young children. Interspersed with stories, and adorned with cuts. By their very good friend, Harriet Mandeville. In two volumes. Mandeville, Harriet 1798
Printer Minor morals, interspersed with sketches of natural history, historical anecdotes, and original stories. By Charlotte Smith. In two volumes. Smith, Charlotte Turner 1798
Publisher Familiar conversations, for the use of young children. Interspersed with stories, and adorned with cuts. By their very good friend, Harriet Mandeville. In two volumes. Mandeville, Harriet 1798
Publisher Minor morals, interspersed with sketches of natural history, historical anecdotes, and original stories. By Charlotte Smith. In two volumes. Smith, Charlotte Turner 1798
Printer Albert; or, the wilds of Strathnavern. In four volumes. By Elizabeth Helme, author of Louisa; or, the Cottage of the Moor, &c. &c. Helme, Elizabeth 1799
Printer Columbus, or, The discovery of America: As related by a father to his children, and designed for the instruction of youth. In two volumes. --Vol. I [Vol. II]. Translated from the German of J.H. Campe (Author of the New Robinson Crusoe) by Elizabeth Helme, author of Instructive Rambles in London and its Environs, the abridgement of Plutarch's lives, &c. &c. Campe, Joachim Heinrich 1799
Printer Emily Dundorne; or, the effects of early impressions: a novel, in three volumes. By Mrs. Thomson, author of Robert and Adela de Montfort, Excessive Sensibility, Fatal Follies, The Labyrinths of Life, &c. &c. Thomson, Anna 1799
Printer Familiar conversations, for the use of young children. Interspersed with stories, and adorned with cuts. By their very good friend, Harriet Mandeville. In two volumes. The second edition. Mandeville, Harriet 1799
Printer Pizarro, or, The conquest of Peru :as related by a father to his children, and designed for the instruction of youth. Translated from the German of J. H. Campe (author of the new Robinson Crusoe) by Elizabeth Helme, author of Instructive Rambles in London and its environs, the Abridgment of Plutarch's Lives, Etc. Etc. Campe, Joachim Heinrich 1799
Printer The age of chivalry; or, friendship of other times: a moral and historical tale. Abridged and selected from the Knights of the Swan of Madam Genlis. By C. Butler. Designed for youth. du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie Félicité 1799
Printer The little emigrant, a tale. Interspersed with moral anecdotes and instructive conversations. Designed for the perusal of youth. By the author of The adventures of the six princesses of Babylon, Visit for a week, Juvenile magazine, &c &c. Peacock, Lucy 1799
Publisher Albert; or, the wilds of Strathnavern. In four volumes. By Elizabeth Helme, author of Louisa; or, the Cottage of the Moor, &c. &c. Helme, Elizabeth 1799
Publisher Columbus, or, The discovery of America: As related by a father to his children, and designed for the instruction of youth. In two volumes. --Vol. I [Vol. II]. Translated from the German of J.H. Campe (Author of the New Robinson Crusoe) by Elizabeth Helme, author of Instructive Rambles in London and its Environs, the abridgement of Plutarch's lives, &c. &c. Campe, Joachim Heinrich 1799

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"Sampson Low [Berwick Street]" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 36 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/36. Accessed 2021-06-19.

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