ID 4691
Name Hugh Fitzpatrick [Ormond Quay]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 2 Ormond Quay
City Dublin
Start Date 1790
End Date 1800
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Titles

Displaying 1–17 of 17

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Amusement-Hall; or, An easy introduction to the attainment of useful knowledge, by a Lady. Neale , Hannah (Author)
1794
Publisher Ellen, Countess of Castle Howel, a novel, in two volumes. By Mrs. Bennet. ... Bennett , Anna Maria (Author)
1794
Publisher A journey made in the summer of 1794, through Holland and the western frontier of Germany, with a Return down the Rhine: to which are added, observations during a tour to the lakes of Lancashire, Westmoreland, and Cumberland. By Ann Radcliffe. Radcliffe , Ann (Author)
Radcliffe , William (Author)
1795
Publisher Montalbert. A novel. By Charlotte Smith. In two volumes. Smith , Charlotte Turner (Author)
1795
Publisher Rural walks: in dialogues. Intended for the use of young persons. By Charlotte Smith. Two volumes in one. Smith , Charlotte Turner (Author)
1795
Publisher The voluntary exile. In two volumes. By Mrs. Parsons, author of Lucy, &c. &c. Parsons , Eliza (Author)
1795
Publisher Camilla: or, a picture of youth. By the author of Evelina and Cecilia. In three volumes. ... Burney , Frances (Author)
Parker , Arabella (Publisher)
1796
Publisher Rambles farther: a continuation of Rural Walks: in dialogues. Intended for the use of young persons. By Charlotte Smith. Two Volumes in One. Smith , Charlotte Turner (Author)
1796
Publisher The Italian, or, the confessional of the black penitents. A romance. By Ann Radcliffe, author of the mysteries of Udolpho, &c. &c. In two volumes. Radcliffe , Ann (Author)
1797
Publisher The knights of the Swan; or, the court of Charlemagne: an historical and moral tale. To serve as a continuation to The tales of the castle; And of which all the Incidents that bear Analogy to the French Revolution are taken from History. Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis, Author of the theatre of education, adelaide and theodore, &c. by the Rev. Mr. Beresford. ... du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
Beresford , James (Translator)
1797
Printer The natural son; a play, in five acts, by Augustus Von Kotzebue, Poet Laureat and Director of the Imperial Theatre at Vienna. Being the original of Lovers' Vows, now performing with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Translated from the German by Anne Plumptre, (Author of the Rector's Son, Antoinette, &c.) Who has prefixed a Preface, Explaining the Alterations in the Representation; and has also annexed a Life of Kotzebue. Kotzebue , August Friedrich Ferdinand von (Author)
1798
Publisher The young philosopher: a novel. In two volumes. By Charlotte Smith. Smith , Charlotte Turner (Author)
1798
Publisher The gipsy countess: a novel. By Miss Gunning. In two volumes. Gunning , Elizabeth (Author)
1799
Publisher The natural daughter. With portraits of the Leadenhead family. A novel. By Mrs. Robinson, author of Hubert de Sevrac, Walsingham, &c. &c. In two volumes. Robinson , Mary (Author)
1799
Printer The rational brutes; Or, Talking animals. By M. Pelham, author of the Rotchfords, the Village School, and various other publications for the instruction of children. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1800
Publisher Castle Rackrent, an Hibernian tale. Taken from facts, and from the manners of the Irish squires, before the year 1782. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1800
Publisher Memoirs of modern philosophers. In two volumes. Hamilton , Elizabeth (Author)
1800

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