ID 425
Name Thomas Hurst [Paternoster]
Gender Male
Street Address 32 Paternoster Row
City London
Start Date 1799
End Date 1827
Sources British Book Trade Index 36382
Related Firms Thomas Hurst [St. Paul]
Notes

Titles

Displaying 76–100 of 113

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller Canterbury Tales. Part 2, A Winter's Tale; or, The Desolate Mansion. A Forest Tale; or, The Midnight Hour. The Fair Russian's Tale. And The Indian's Tale. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1802
Bookseller English Nights Entertainments. Consisting of a Selection of Histories, Adventures, Lives. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Unknown , (Author)
1802
Bookseller English Nights Entertainments. The Children of the Priory; or, wars of old. An historical romance. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Unknown , (Author)
1802
Bookseller Tales of Terror! or, More Ghosts. Forming a Complete Phantasmagoria. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Unknown , (Author)
1802
Bookseller Tales of Terror! or, More Ghosts. Forming a Complete Phantasmagoria. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1802
Bookseller The Black Forest; or the Cavern of Horrors! A Gothic Romance. Unknown , (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1802
Bookseller The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1803. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Unknown , (Author)
1802
Bookseller 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. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Meadows , Mary Jane (Author)
1802
Bookseller The Mysterious Visit. A Novel, Founded on Facts. In Four Volumes. By Mrs. Parsons, author of The Peasant of Ardenne Forest, the Valley of St. Gothard, THe Miser and His Family, &c. &c. &c. Parsons , Eliza (Author)
1802
Bookseller The Remarkable Life of John Elwes Esq. Member in Three Successive Parliaments for Berkshire. With Singular Anecdotes, &c. Written by Captain Topham. Supposed to Be the Greatest Instance of Penury That Ever Existed. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Topham , Edward (Author)
1802
Publisher Beauties of Sturm; in lessons on the works of God, and of His providence. Rendered familiar to the capacities of youth by Eliza Andrews, Author of Allegorical Miniatures, the Brothers, &c. Sturm , Cristoph Christian (Author)
Andrews , Eliza (Translator)
Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
1802
Publisher Miralba, the Chief of the Banditti. Translated from the French. Bournon-Malarmé , Charlotte (Author)
1802
Publisher Rural Recreations; or Modern Famer's Calendar; or Monthly Instructor: Exhibiting under a comprehensive form, All the operations necessary on a farm, For every month of th year: As well as all the recent improvements in Agriculture and Rural Economy. By a Farmer. Hall , Agnes (Author)
Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
1802
Publisher The Farmer's Boy; A Novel: In four Volumes. By Miss Gunning, author of "Love at First Sight"—"Gipsy Countess," &c. &c. &c. Gunning , Elizabeth (Author)
1802
Publisher The history of Paul and Virginia; or the Shipwreck. Written by Bernardin de St. Pierre. de Saint-Pierre , Jacques-Henri Bernardin (Author)
Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
1802
Publisher The Secret Oath: or Blood-Stained Dagger, a Romance. Unknown , (Author)
1802
Bookseller A Modern Incident in Domestic Life. In Two Volumes. By Isabella Kelly, author of Madeline, Abbey St. Asaph, Avondale Priory, Eva, Ruthinglenne, Baron's Daughters, &c. &c. &c. Kelly , Isabella (Author)
1803
Bookseller Kerwald Castle, or, Memoirs of the Marquix de Solanges. In Two Volumes: Translated from the French, by Mrs. Barnaby, Author of the Rock; or Alfred and Anna: A Scottish Tale. Jullien , Jean-Auguste (Author)
Barnby , Mrs. (Translator)
1803
Bookseller Poetical Attempts, by Ann Candler, a Suffolk Cottager; with a short narrative of her life. Candler , Ann (Author)
Unknown , (Editor)
1803
Bookseller The Fair Wanderer; or, The History of Caroline Dormer, A Reformed Prostitute, Written by Herself. In Which is Introduced, Lucy of Leinster; A Pathetic Tale. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Unknown , (Author)
1803
Bookseller The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1804. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Unknown , (Author)
1803
Bookseller The Orphan of the Castle; or, The Haunted Tower. A Gothic Story. Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Unknown , (Author)
1803
Bookseller The Strange and Unaccountable Life of Daniel Dancer, Esq. Who Died in a Sack, Though Worth Upwards of £3000 a Year. With Singular Anecdotes of Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer. To Which is Now Added, the Remarkable Life of Baron D'Aguilar, with Some Account of His Starvation Farm Lemoine , Ann (Publisher)
Unknown , (Author)
1803
Bookseller The Union: A Novel, in three volumes. By Miss Minifie, author of the Count de Poland. Minifie , Margaret (Author)
Gunning , Susannah (Author)
1803
Publisher Human Frailties. A Novel, in Three Volumes. Interspersed with Poetry. By the author of the "Observant Pedestrian"—"Montrose"—"Mystic Cottager," &c. &c. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1803

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