ID 5348
Name Jane Aitken [71 North Third Street]
Gender Female
Street Address No. 71 North Third Street
City Philadelphia
Start Date 1808
End Date 1813
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Related People Aitken, Jane
Related Firms Jane Aitken [20 North Third Street]
Jane Aitken [62 North Third Street]
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer Proposals for publishing by subscription, a translation from the French, of A. Le Sage's Historical genealogical chronological and geographical atlas. Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1810
Printer Rules for the government of the Common Council, and rules of intercourse between the Select & Common Councils. Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1810
Printer Strength in weakness manifest: in the life, various trials, and Christian testimony of that faithful servant and handmaid of the Lord, Elizabeth Stirredge, who departed this life, at her house at Hemstead in Hertfordshire, in the 72d year of her age. Written by her own hand. Shewing her pious care and counsel to her children, and according to their desire made public: also for the instruction and benefit of many other parents and children concerned. Stirredge , Elizabeth (Author)
Whiting , John (Editor)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1810
Printer The Art of singing; in three parts; to wit, I. The musical primer, II. The Christian harmony, III. The musical magazine. By Andrew Law. Printed upon the author's new plan, with seven characters. Part third. Law , Andrew (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1810
Printer The Butterfly's Birth-day. By the author of the Butterfly's Ball. Aitken , Jane (Printer)
Roscoe , William (Author)
1810
Printer The child's monitor; or Parental instruction; in four parts: containing a great variety of progressive lessons, (interspersed with moral and religious reflections) adapted to the comprehension of children; and calculated to instruct them in reading, and the use of stops; and, at the same time, to give them some knowledge of natural history, the Scriptures, and of several other sublime and important subjects. By John Hornsey, author of "A short grammar of the English language," "An introduction to arithmetic," and "The book of monosylables; or An introduction to the Child's monitor." The first American edition corrected, and improved. Hornsey , John (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1810
Printer Thoughts on Instinctive Impulses. Law , Thomas (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1810
Printer Accounts of the corporation of the city of Philadelphia, for the year 1810. Published by order of the Councils Baker , George A. (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Printer An Act to Authorize and Direct the Governor to incorporate a company for erecting A Permanent Bridge over the River Schuylkill, at or near where the floating bridge of Abraham Sheriden is at present situate, known by the name of "The Upper Ferry." In the county of Philadelphia. Snyder , Simon (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Printer An Inaugural Dissertation on Lithotomy. Submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Andrews, D.D. Provost. The trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. On the twenty-fifth day of April, 1811. For the degree of doctor of medicine. By Micajah Clark, of Virginia. Honorary member of the Philadelphia Medical Society---member of the Philadelphia Linnean, and honorary member of the Columbian Society of Virtuosi, Pittsburgh. Clark , Micajah (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Printer Census directory for 1811. Containing the names, occupations, & residence of the inhabitants of the city, Southwark & Northern Liberties, a separate division being allotted to persons of colour; to which is annexed an appendix containing much useful information, and a perpetual calendar. Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Printer Extracts from the Minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America: A.D. 1811. Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Printer Letters, addressed to the people of Pennsylvania respecting The Internal Improvement, of the Commonwealth; by means of Roads and Canals. By William J. Duane. Duane , William John (Author)
Eddy , Thomas (Author)
Paleske , Charles G. (Author)
and 1 more.
1811
Printer Memoirs of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture. Containing communications on various subjects in Husbandry & Rural Affairs. To which is added, at the request of the Society, "Agricultural Inquiries on Plaister of Paris." Vol. II. Peters , Richard (Author)
Seymour , Joseph H. (Engraver)
Lang , John (Author)
and 28 more.
1811
Printer Observations on the Changes of the Air, and the Concomitant Epidemical Diseases in the Island of Barbadoes. To which is added, A treatise on the Putrid Bilious Fever, commonly called The Yellow Fever; and such other diseases as are indigenous or endemial, in the West India islands, or in the torrid zone. By William Hillary, M. D. With notes, by Benjamin Rush, M. D. professor of the institutes and practice of medicine in the University of Pennsylvania. Hillary , William (Author)
Rush , Benjamin (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Printer Report of the Watering Committee to the Select & Common Councils, November 7, 1811. Published by order of Councils. Vanuxem , James (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Printer The Lives of the most eminent English Poets; with Critical Observations on their Works. By Samuel Johnson, L. L. D. In three volumes. Johnson , Samuel (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
Kearny , Francis (Engraver)
and 1 more.
1811
Printer The Picture of Philadelphia, giving an account of its origin, increase and improvements in arts, sciences, manufactures, commerce and revenue. With a compendious view of its societies, literary, benevolent, patriotic, & religious. Its police--the public buildings--the prison and penetentiary [sic] system--institutions, monied and civil--museum. By James Mease, M. D. Mease , James (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
Birch , Thomas (Illustrator)
and 1 more.
1811
Printer The plan of a theological seminary adopted by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, in their sessions of May last, A.D. 1811; together with the measures taken by them to carry the plan into effect. Janeway , Jacob Jones (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Printer The Prompter; or a Commentary on Common Sayings & Subjects, which are full of Common Sense, the best sense in the world. Webster , Noah (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Bookseller An Investigation of the Conduct and Proceedings of the Commissioners of Insolvents and their Secretary, Under the act of Assembly of the 13th of March, 1812. Together with a Petition and Remonstrance to the Governor. Aitken , Jane (Printer)
Aitken , Jane (Bookseller)
1812
Printer A Dissertation on the Morbid Effects Induced on the Mind and Body by Grief & Fear. By William Hall, of Charleston, South Carolina, honorary member of the Philadelphia Medical Society. Hall , William (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1812
Printer A narrative of the manner in which the campaign against the Indians, in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one, was conducted, under the command of Major General St. Clair, together with his observations on the statements of the Secretary of War and the Quarter Master General, relative thereto, and the reports of the committees appointed to inquire into the causes of the failure thereof: taken from the files of the House of Representatives in Congress. St. Clair , Arthur (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1812
Printer Accounts of the corporation of the city of Philadelphia, for the year 1811. Published by order of the Councils Smith , James E. (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1812
Printer An Investigation of the Conduct and Proceedings of the Commissioners of Insolvents and their Secretary, Under the act of Assembly of the 13th of March, 1812. Together with a Petition and Remonstrance to the Governor. Aitken , Jane (Printer)
Aitken , Jane (Bookseller)
1812

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