ID 400
Name Joseph Bonsor
Gender Unknown
Street Address 132 Salisbury Square
City London
Start Date 1798
End Date 1835

Titles

Displaying 16 titles of 16 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Printer The Little Gipsy Girl; or, Universal Fortune Teller. To Which is Added, Charms and Ceremonies For Knowing Future Events; and a Complete Dreaming Dictionary. Unknown 1799
Printer Adeline St. Julian; or, the midnight hour. A novel. In two volumes. By Mrs. Anne Ker, Author of the Heiress DI Montalde, &c. Ker, Anne 1800
Printer Adventures of Musul: or the three gifts: with other tales. Kendall, Edward Augustus 1800
Printer Biography for boys; or, characteristic histories: calculated to impress the youthful mind with an admiration of virtuous principles, and a detestation of vicious ones. By Mrs. Pilkington. Pilkington, Mary 1800
Printer Tales of the cottage; or, stories, moral and amusing, for young persons. Written on the plan of that celebrated Work Les veillees du chateau, by Madam Genlis. By Mrs. Pilkington. Pilkington, Mary 1800
Printer The History and Real Adventures of Robin Hood and His Merry Companions. To Which Are Added, Some of the Most Favorite Ballads from an Old Book, Entitled Robin Hood's Garland. by Charles Johnson. Johnson, Charles 1800
Printer The history and real adventures of Robin Hood and his merry companions. Written by Capt. C. Johnson. To which are added, some of the most favorite ballads from an old book, entitled Robin Hood's Garland. Johnson, Charles 1800
Printer The litle gipsy girl; or, universal fortune-teller. To which is added charms and ceremonies, for knowing future events; and a complete dreaming dictionary Margaret Finch, queen of the Norwood gipsies. Finch, Margaret 1800
Printer Emmeline; or, the Happy Discovery; A Novel, in two volumes. By Anne Ker, author of The Heiress di Montalde, Adeline St. Julian, &c. Ker, Anne 1801
Printer The Reprobate or Voyages and Singular Adventures of David Doubtful. Unknown 1801
Printer The village maid, or, Dame Burton's moral stories for the instruction and amusement of youth. By Elizabeth Somerville. Somerville, Elizabeth 1801
Printer The Black Forest; or the Cavern of Horrors! A Gothic Romance. Unknown 1802
Printer The Black Forest; or, The Cavern of Horrors! A Gothic Romance. Translated From the German. 1802
Printer The Life, Voyages, and Surprising Adventures, of Mary Jane Meadows, A Woman of Uncommon Talents, Spirit and Resolution, Who at Last Shipped Herself for India, and Was Cast Away on the Dreary Coast of Africa. Written by Her Own Hand. Meadows, Mary Jane 1802
Printer The life, voyages, and surprising adventures, of Mary Jane Meadows, a woman of uncommon talents, spirit and resolution, who, after experiencing a Series of extraordinary Changes in Life, from the highest Splendour and Affluence, to the most abject Distress and Poverty; at last shipped herself for India, in the unfortunate Grosvenor, and was cast away on the dreary Coast of Africa; where, after travelling through vast Deserts and the Kingdom of Caffraria in the most imminent danger, arrived on the borders of the South Sea, where she was again cast away upon an uninhabited Island, and lived intirely by herself for several Years. Written by her own hand. Meadows, Mary Jane 1802
Printer Tales of Wonder containing the Castle of Enchantment or The Mysteries of Deception. The Robbers Daughter or The Phantom of the Grotto. The Magic-Legacy &c. Unknown 1804

Recommended Citation

"Joseph Bonsor" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 400 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/400. Accessed 2021-05-09.

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