ID 4249
Name William Lane
Gender Unknown
Street Address 33 Leadenhall Street
City London
Start Date 1763
End Date 1804
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The princess of Cleves, an historical novel, revised and corrected by Mrs. Griffith. Pioche de La Vergne , Marie-Madeleine (Author)
1780
Publisher Clarissa; or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. and particularly shewing the distresses that may attend the misconduct, both of parents and children, in relation to marriage. In eight volumes. ... Richardson , Samuel (Author)
Newbery , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1792
Publisher Mrs. Taylor's family companion; or the whole art of cookery display'd, in the newest and most easy method, being a collection of receipts to set out a table cheap, Under the following Heads: Boiling Roasting Frying Broiling Stewing Hashing Baking Ragouts Fricassees Made-Dishes Sauces Soups Puddings Pies Tarts Cakes Cheesecakes Custards Syllabues Creams Jellis Pickling Preserving Candying Collaring Potting Drying, &c. To which are added, instructions for marketing, sundry bills of fare, Directions for Clear-Starching, The Lady's Toilet, or Art of Preserving Beauty, &c. &c. &c. The whole calculated to assist the prudent mistress and her servant, in providing the cheapest and most elegant Set of Dishes in the various Departments of Cookery. By Mrs. Margaret Taylor, Late Cook from the Crown and Anchor. Taylor , Margaret (Author)
1795
Bookseller The captive American; or a narrative of the sufferings of Mrs. Johnson, during four years captivity, with the Indians and French. Written by herself. Johnson , Susannah Willard (Author)
Chamberlain , John Curtis (Editor)
Vernor , Ann (Bookseller)
1797

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