Titles by John Parsons [Paternoster Row] in CHICAGO format
There are 9 titles associated with this firm.
Pratt, Mary. A list of a few cures performed by Mr. and Mrs. de Loutherbourg, of Hammersmith Terrace, without medicine. By a lover of the Lamb of God. M. P. Most respectfully dedicated to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury. London: 1789.
Day, Eliza. Thoughts occasioned by the death of Maria: who departed this life, August 8, 1788. Also on a beloved friend: likewise on visiting Eusebia's tomb. London: 1789.
Unknown, [Woman]. Poems, &c. written by a lady, in the year 1783 or 1784. An address to the people called Quakers. An address to those in power, in Behalf of Insolvent debtors. Friendship: An Allegory. An Enigma, in French and English. London: 1791.
Hawker, Robert. Sermons on the Divinity and Operations of the Holy Ghost. By Robert Hawker, D. D. Vicar of the Parish of Charles, Plymouth; and Formerly of Macdalen-Hall, Oxford. Bath: S. Hazard, John Deighton [325 High Holborn], 1794.
Williams, Eliza. Most Humbly Dedicated to the Queen. The prophecies of Brothers confuted, from divine authority. By Mrs. Williams, Of New Store-Street, Bedford-Square. London: 1795.
Falconbridge, Anna M. Two voyages to Sierra Leone, during the years 1791-2-3; in a series of letters, by Anna Maria Falconbridge. To which is added, a letter from the author, to Henry Thornton, ... The Third Edition. London: 1795.
Lee, Harriet, and Margaret Lee. Clara Lennox; or, the distressed widow. A novel. Founded on facts. Interspersed with an historical description of The Isle of Man. By Mrs. Lee. Dedicated, by Permission, to H. R. H. The Duchess of York. In two volumes. ... London: James Adlard [Duke Street], 1797.
Lee, Harriet, and Margaret Lee. Clara Lennox; or, the distressed widow. A novel. Founded on facts. Interspersed with an historical description of the Isle of Man. By Mrs. Lee. Dedicated, by permission, to H. R. H. The Duchess of York. In two volumes. Second edition. London: 1797.
More, Hannah. Remarks on the present mode of educating females; being a copious abridgement of Miss Hannah More's strictures on female education. London: John Parsons [Paternoster Row], Charles Smith [Bath], 1799.