ID 4034
Name Anne Dodd II
Gender Female
Street Address at the Sign of the Peacock, without Temple Bar
City London
Start Date 1739
End Date 1757
Sources British Book Trade Index 20389 and 20390
Related People Dodd II, Anne
Dodd I, Anne
Related Firms Anne Dodd I
Notes These dates represent the work of the younger Anne Dodd, who took over the shop from her mother in 1739; she worked here likely her whole life but documented from 1728. They also published as in the Strand during these same years.

Titles

Displaying 1–22 of 22

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller The present state of politicks in Europe. With some observations on the present posture of our own affairs. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1739
Bookseller True Character of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield; In a Letter from a Deist in London, to his Friend in the Country. With some Observations on the Dispute between Dr. Trapp and Mr. Whitefield, and the Behaviour of the Clergy. Likewise the sentiments, manners, &c. of deists, fairly stated by real truths. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 3 more.
1739
Bookseller Truth. A counterpart to Mr. Pope’s Essay on man. Epistle the second, Opposing his opinions of Man as an Individual. By Mr. Ayre Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
and 1 more.
1739
Publisher His Catholick Majesty’s manifesto, justifying his conduct in relation to the late convention. With his reasons for not paying the ninety five thousand pounds Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
, Philip (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1739
Bookseller An Impartial Enquiry into the Moral Character of Jesus Christ: Wherein he is Considered as a Philosopher. In a Letter to a Friend. Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Turnbull , George (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1740
Bookseller Paradise Lost: A Poem. Attempted in Rhime. Book I Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Jackson , Andrew (Author)
1740
Bookseller A sermon preach'd in Little-Wild-Street, The 17th of July, 1743. being the day appointed, by their Excellencies the Lords Justices, for returning thanks to Almighty God, for the late glorious victory obtained by his Majesty at Dettingen. Published at the request of the congregation. By Joseph Stennett. Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Stennett , Joseph (Author)
1743
Bookseller A sermon preach'd in Little-Wild-Street, the 17th of July, 1743. Being the day appointed, by their excellencies the Lords Justices, for returning thanks to Almighty God, for the late glorious victory obtained by His Majesty at Dettingen. Published at the request of the congregation. By Joseph Stennett. The Second Edition. Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Stennett , Joseph (Author)
1743
Bookseller Siris in the Shades: A Dialogue Concerning Tar Water; Between Mr. Benjamin Smith, lately deceased, Dr. Hancock, and Dr. Garth, at their Meeting upon the Banks of the River Styx. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
1744
Bookseller The Equity of Parnassus: A Poem. Haywood , Eliza (Bookseller)
Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
and 2 more.
1744
Bookseller A sermon preach'd at the Cathedral Church of York, September the 22d, 1745. On occasion of the present rebellion in Scotland. By Thomas, lord archbishop of York. Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Herring , Thomas (Author)
1745
Publisher Ovid’s Art of love paraphrased, and adapted to the present time. With notes. And a most correct edition of the original. Book I. Fielding , Henry (Author)
Cooper , Mary (Publisher)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1747
Bookseller Memoirs of the life of Mrs. A--a W--t. Shewing, I. The unkind Usage she receiv'd from an only Brother. II. The Cause of her coming to London. III. The Manner in which she was seduc'd from the Inn, to a House of ill Fame. IV. How she was there male-treated, debauch'd, and confin'd for the Space of two Years. V. Her Behaviour and Treatment there till the Time of her Deliverance, and how dispos'd of since. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
1750
Bookseller Poems, on several occasions. Containing, I. On Retirement. A Miltonic Essay. II. Isaiah, Chap. xi. versify'd. III. Rural Happiness. IV. Philander's Petition. V. The Fortunate Clown. VI. The Lucky Minute. Vii. Advice to Daphne. Viii. Songs. IX. Epigrams. By Robert Upton. Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Cooke , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
Upton , Robert (Author)
1750
Bookseller St. Patrick for Ireland. A tragi-comedy. First Acted By His Majesty's Company of Comedians, in the Year 1639. Written by James Shirley, Esq; To which is prefix'd, An Account of the Author, and his Works: And an abstract of The life of St. patrick, Collected from the best Historians. Shirley , James (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Cooke , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1751
Publisher Mother Midnight's miscellany. Containing, more than all the wit, and all the humour, and all the learning, and all the judgement, that has ever been, or ever will be. Likewise the Discovery of an unknown World; with some Account of the Religion, Customs, Manners, and Ceremonies of the Glums and Gawrys, Men and Women that Fly: With the Marriage-Ceremony of a Lying Man to a Flying Woman, and many other extraordinary Events, which ought never to be forgotten. First discover'd by Selim, in a Vision, on the Hills of Bagdat, on the sixth Day of the fourth Moon, Anno Mundi, 5791. Dedicated to the King of the Fidlers, and to his Queen, and to the Great Mogul's Jester, and to the greatest Conjurer in all Lapland, and to Bajazet the famous Race-Horse, and to the Gnost of Black and All Black, &c. &c. &c. By Mary Midnight, Midwise to all the Inhabitants of this Cosmos, and to the Choice Spirits in the Elysian Shades. Publish'd (which she always observes) in Conformity to several Acts of Parliament, and by Permission of their Most Christian and Most Catholick Majesties, the Great Mogul, and the States General. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
Kingman , Mary (Publisher)
1751
Bookseller A short account of the eye and nature of vision. Chiefly designed to illustrate the use and advantage of spectacles. Wherein Are laid down Rules for chusing Glasses proper for remedying all the different Defects of sight. As also Some reasons for preferring a particular kind of Glass, fitter than any other made Use of for that Purpose. The third edition. By James Ayscough, optician. Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Ayscough , James (Author)
1754
Publisher Put money in your purse, or, The golden rule. A conversation-piece, not in painting, but poesy. A satire with notes. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1754
Publisher The spleen. An epistle inscribed to his particular friend Mr. C. J. By the late Mr. Matthew Green, of the Custom-house, London. The second edition. Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
Green , Matthew (Author)
1754
Publisher A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke, (youngest daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq;) Containing, I. An Account of her Birth, Education, and mad Pranks committed in her Youth. II. Her coming on the Stage; Success there; and sundry Theatrical Anecdotes. III. Her Marriage to Mr. Charke, and its Consequences. IV. Her Adventures in Mens Cloaths, and being belov'd by a Lady of great Fortune, who intended to marry her. V. Her being Gentleman to a certain Peer. VI. Her commencing Scrolling - Player; with various and surprizing Vicissitudes of Fortune, during nine Years Peregrination. VII. Her turning Pastry Cook, &c. in Wales. With several extremely humourous and interesting Occurrences. written by herself. Charke , Charlotte (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1755
Publisher A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke, (youngest daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq;) Containing, I. An Account of her Birth, Education, and mad Pranks committed in her Youth. II. Her coming on the Stage; Success there; and sundry Theatrical Anecdotes. III. Her Marriage to Mr. Charks, and its Consequences. IV. Her Adventures in Mens Cloaths, going by the Name of Mr. Brown, and being belov'd by a Lady of great Fortune, who intended to marry her. V. Her being Gentleman to a certain Peer. VI. Her commencing Scrolling - Player; with various and surprizing vicissirudes [sic] of Fortune, during nine Years Peregrination. VII. Her turning Pastry Cook, &c. in Wales. With several extremely humourons [sic] and interesting Occarrences [sic]. Written by herself. The Second Edition. Charke , Charlotte (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1755
Publisher A letter humbly address'd to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Third edition. Phillips , Teresia Constantia (Author)
Cooper , Mary (Publisher)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1756

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