ID 416
Name James Barker [Great Russell Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 19 Great Russell Street, Covent Garden
City London
Start Date 1800
End Date 1818

Titles

Displaying 12 titles of 12 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Publisher A bold stroke for a wife, a comedy, written by Mrs. Centlivre. Marked with the variations in the manager's books, at the Theatres-Royal. Centlivre, Susanna 1790
Bookseller An essay to instruct women how to protect themselves in a state of pregnancy from the Disorders incident to that Period, or how to cure them. also, some observations on the treatment of children, which if attended to, may ward off dangerous diseases, and prevent future evils. By Mrs. Wright, Midwife. Wright, Mrs. 1798
Printer Queen Mab: containing a select collection of only the best, most instructive, and entertaining tales of the fairies; viz. 1. Graciosa and Percinet. 2. The Fair One with Golden Locks. 3. The Blue Bird. 4. The Invisible Prince. 5. The Princess Verenata. 6. The Princess Rosetta. 7. The Golden Bough. 8. The Orange-Tree and the Bee. 9. The Little Good Mouse. Written by the Countess d'Aulnoi; adorned with curious cuts, to which are added, a fairy tale, in the ancient English style, by Dr. Parnell ; and Queen Mab's song.The fifth edition. d'Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine 1799
Printer The Widow of Malabar. A tragedy, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mariana Starke, Author of Letters from Italy, The Tournament, &c. Starke, Mariana 1799
Publisher Queen Mab: containing a select collection of only the best, most instructive, and entertaining tales of the fairies; viz. 1. Graciosa and Percinet. 2. The Fair One with Golden Locks. 3. The Blue Bird. 4. The Invisible Prince. 5. The Princess Verenata. 6. The Princess Rosetta. 7. The Golden Bough. 8. The Orange-Tree and the Bee. 9. The Little Good Mouse. Written by the Countess d'Aulnoi; adorned with curious cuts, to which are added, a fairy tale, in the ancient English style, by Dr. Parnell ; and Queen Mab's song.The fifth edition. d'Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine 1799
Publisher The horse and the widow, a farce, as performed with universal applause at the Theatre-royal, Covent Garden. Altered from the German of F. von Kotzebue, and adapted to the English stage by Thomas Dibdin, Author of the Jew and the Doctor; Five Thousand a year; Mouth of the Nile, Alterations and Additions in the Birth Day, &c. &c. Kotzebue, August Friedrich Ferdinand von 1799
Publisher The Widow of Malabar. A tragedy, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mariana Starke, Author of Letters from Italy, The Tournament, &c. Starke, Mariana 1799
Publisher Wareham priory; or, the will: a novel, founded on facts. By the widow of an officer. Unknown, [Woman] 1799
Printer Rosina, a comic opera, in two acts. By Mrs. Brooke, ... As performed at the Theatres-Royal. A new edition. Brooke, Frances 1800
Printer Virginia, an opera, in three acts, by Mrs. F. Plowden. The overture and the whole of the music new; the melodies composed by the author of the dialogue, and harmonized by Dr. Arnold. Plowden, Francis 1800
Publisher Rosina, a comic opera, in two acts. By Mrs. Brooke, ... As performed at the Theatres-Royal. A new edition. Brooke, Frances 1800
Publisher Virginia, an opera, in three acts, by Mrs. F. Plowden. The overture and the whole of the music new; the melodies composed by the author of the dialogue, and harmonized by Dr. Arnold. Plowden, Francis 1800

Recommended Citation

"James Barker [Great Russell Street]" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 416 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/416. Accessed 2021-04-23.

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