"Firm ID",Name,Gender,"Street Address",City,"Start Date","End Date",Role,"Title Id",Title,"Signed Author",Pseudonym,Imprint,"Self Published","Printing City","Printing Country","Printing Lat","Printing Long",Date,Format,Length,Width,Edition,Volumes,Pagination,Sources,"Price Pound","Price Shilling","Price Pence","Other Price",Genre,"Shelf mark" 4480,"Morison and Son",U,,Perth,,,Publisher,2742,"Short account of the conduct of Madame de Genlis, since the revolution. To which is subjoined, a letter to M. de Chartres, and The shepherds of the Pyrennees a fragment. Translated from the French.",Anonymous,,"Printed by R. Morison Junior, for R. Morison and Son. —H. Mitchel, Adams Square, Edinburgh; and Vernor and Hood, Birchin Lane, London.",no,Perth,GB,56.3952200,-3.4313900,1796,Duodecimo,,,,1,"vii, 172","ESTC T150268; ECCO CW106402139; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/690636432",,,,,Biography, 4480,"Morison and Son",U,,Perth,,,Bookseller,6984,"The captive American; or a narrative of the sufferings of Mrs. Johnson, during four years captivity, with the Indians and French. Written by herself.","Written by herself.",,"Printed and sold by J. Mitchell: sold also by T. N. Longman, Paternoster-Row, Vernor and Hood, Birchin-Lane, and W. Lane, Leadenhall-Street, London; Cameron and Murdoch, Trongate, Glasgow; Morison and Son, Perth; A. Guthrie, Edinburgh; and W. Chalmers, Dumfries.",no,Carlisle,GB,54.8951000,-2.9382000,1797,Octavo,15,9,,1,77,"ESTC T116646; British Library 10412.aa.18.; British Travel Writing: Women's Travel Writing, 1780–1840 BTW1095",,,,,Memoirs,"BL 10412.aa.18."