ID 458
Name Clement Chapple [66 Pall Mall]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 66 Pall Mall
City London
Start Date 1798
End Date 1820
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Printer An economical, and new method of cookery; describing upwards of eighty cheap, wholesome, and nourishing dishes, consisting of roast, boiled, and baked meats; stews, fries, and above forty soups; a variety of puddings, pies, &c. with new and useful observations on rice, barley, pease, oatmeal, and milk, and the numerous dishes they afford, adapted to the necessity of the times, equally in all ranks of society, by Eliza Melroe, Melroe, Eliza 1798
Bookseller Eliza, a novel: in two volumes. By Mrs. Yeates, daughter of the late Holland Cooksey, Esq. of Braces Leigh, in the County of Worcester. Yeates, Mrs. 1800
Bookseller The Secret Oath: or Blood-Stained Dagger, a Romance. Unknown 1802
Bookseller The Union: A Novel, in three volumes. By Miss Minifie, author of the Count de Poland. Gunning, Susannah 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] 1803
Publisher Malvina, by Madame C****, authoress of Clare D'Albe, and Amelia Mansfield. Translated from the French, by Miss Gunning, in four volumes. Gunning, Elizabeth 1803
Bookseller Memoirs of celebrated female characters, who have distinguished themselves by their talents and virtues in every age and nation; containing the most extensive collection of illustrious examples of feminine excellence ever published; in which the virtuous and the vicious are painted in their true colours. By Mrs. Pilkington. Embellished with portraits. Pilkington, Mary 1804
Publisher Malvina, by Madame C****, authoress of Clare D'Albe, and Amelia Mansfield. Translated from the French, by Miss Gunning, in four volumes. Gunning, Elizabeth 1804
Publisher Secret Machinations. A Novel, in four volumes. By Sarah Ann Hook, author of The Widowed Bride, or, Celina. Hook, Sarah Ann 1804
Bookseller The Mysterious Father; or, Trials of the Heart. A Novel. In Four Volumes. Written by a Lady. Dorset, Catherine Anne Turner 1805
Publisher Tales, by Madame de Montolieu, author of Caroline of Lichtfield. In Three Volumes. de Montolieu, Isabelle 1805
Publisher The Wood Nymph, A Novel; In Three Volumes. By the Author of "Ariel," and "Glenmore Abbey." Isaacs, Mrs. 1806
Bookseller Poems and Fables on Several Occasions. Second Edition. Kelly, Isabella 1807
Publisher Leopold de Circe; or, The Effects of Atheism. By M. de St. Venant, Member of The National Institute. Translated by J. S. Byerley, Esq. de St. Venant, Catherine-Françoise-Adélaide 1807
Publisher The juvenile journal, or, Tales of truth: dedicated, by permission, to Lady Eden. By Mrs. Cockle. Cockle, Mary 1807
Publisher The lioness's ball, being a companion to the Lion's masquerade. Dorset, Catherine Anne Turner 1807
Bookseller The history of Rome: from the foundation of the city to the fall of the eastern empire, related in familiar conversations, by a father to his children: interspersed with moral and instructive remarks, and observations on the most leading and interesting subjects: designed for the perusal of youth. By Elizabeth Helme. Helme, Elizabeth 1808
Bookseller The Mysterious Baron, or The Castle in the Forest, A Gothic Story. By Eliza Ratcliffe. Ratcliffe, Eliza 1808
Publisher Alzylia, a novel, in four volumes. Weimar, Miss 1808
Publisher Tankerville Family, in three volumes. By a lady. Green, Sarah 1808
Publisher The fishes grand gala: a companion to The "peacock at home," &c. &c. By Mrs. Cockle, Author of the Juvenile Journal, &c. Cockle, Mary 1808
Publisher The Ruins of Rigonda; or, The Homicidial Father. A Romance, in three volumes. By Helen St. Victor. St. Victor, Helen 1808
Publisher Ella St. Laurence; or, The Village of Selwood and Its Inhabitants: A Novel, in four volumes. By Mrs. Isaacs, author of Ariel, Glenmore Abbey, and The Wood Nymph. Isaacs, Mrs. 1809
Publisher Malvina, by Madame C****, Authoress of Clare D'Albe, and Amelia Mansfield. Translated from the French, by Miss Gunning, in four volumes. Gunning, Elizabeth 1810
Publisher Moral truths, and studies from natural history: intended as a sequel to the Juvenile journal, or Tales of truth. By Mrs. Cockle. Author of Important studies for the female sex, &c. &c. &c. Cockle, Mary 1810

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