ID 487
Name T. Hughes [Stationers Court]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 1 Stationers Court, Ludgate Street
City London
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Bookseller French murder! A circumstantial account of the reported conspiracy against Buonaparte, with the particulars relative to the apprehension and examination of the accused persons, viz. General Moreau, Pichegru, Georges, &c., &c. With the cruel Treatment experienced by them, in the various Places of their confiement. Likewise an authenitc detail o the Murder of the Duke D'Enghein; (Son of the Duke of Bourbon, and Grandson of the Prince de Conde) Who was most inhumanely shot, in the night of the 22nd of March, in a wood at Vicennes. To which is added, Gen. Moreau's letter to Buonaparte, on the subject of the conspiracy. Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
Unknown , (Author)
Bookseller The midnight bell, or the Abbey of St. Francis. An original romance. By the authoress of Alphonso and Elinor; Three Ghosts of the Forest, &c. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
Publisher Casualties. A Novel. In Two Volumes. By Mary Goldsmith, author of the Comedy Entitled She Lives! or, The Generous Brother. Goldsmith , Mary (Author)
1804
Publisher Fun and frolic; or, A comic journal of wit. Being a new collection of humourous jests, bon mots, Irish blunders, whimsical adventures, double entendres, sharp repartees, droll stories, and anecdotes of various well-known facetious characters, who, in a decided oppositon to melancholy, pledged themselves to live in constant emnity to old care, till they effected his dissolution in the stream of their mirth. Unknown , (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1804
Publisher Peggy and Patty; or the sisters of Ashdale. In four volumes. Warton , Jane (Author)
1805
Publisher The beauty and the beast, or The magic rose; a new aerial and terrestrial romantic tale of enchantment. By W. Kemmish. Founded on the new splendid melo-dramatic spectacle, called the cloud king, performing with the most unparalleled Applause, at the New Royal Circus Kemmish , William (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1806
Publisher The Thatched Cottage; or, Sorrows of Eugenia. A Novel. In Two Volumes. By Sarah Wilkinson. Wilkinson , Sarah Scudgell (Author)
1806
Publisher The Affecting narrative of Peggy and Patty Summers; or, The sisters of Ashdale. Warton , Jane (Author)
1810
Publisher Radcliffe's New Novelist's Pocket Magazine, of Entertainment & Delight, Containing an Elegant & Chaste Collection of Original Novels, Tales, Romances, Lives, Memoirs, Voyages, Travels, & c. . . Radcliffe , Mary Ann (Author)
1820

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