ID 5403
Name Mathew Carey [121 Chesnut Street]
Gender Male
Street Address 121 Chesnut Street
City Philadelphia
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Maternal solicitude for a daughter's best interests. By Mrs. Taylor, of Ongar. First American, from the fifth London editon. Taylor , Ann Martin (Author)
1816
Publisher Memoirs of the Marchioness de Laroche Jaquelein. With a map of the theatre of war in La Vendee. Translated from the French. La Rochejaquelein , Marie-Louise-Victoire (Author)
1816
Publisher Monte Video; or, The officer's wife and her sister. A novel. By Mrs. Bridget Bluemantle, author of The Husband and Wife, Three Old Maids, &c. &c. ; Thomas , Elizabeth (Author)
1816
Publisher Mornton. A novel. In three volumes. By Margaret Cullen, author of "Home." Cullen , Margaret (Author)
1816
Publisher Patience and perseverance; or, The modern Griselda. A domestic tale. In two volumes. By Mrs. Hofland, author of The maid of Moscow; Says she to her neighbour, What? &c. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1816
Publisher Rhoda: a novel. By the author of 'Things by their right names,' 'Plain sense,' &c. From the second London edition. In two volumes. Jacob , Elizabeth (Author)
1816
Publisher Tales of Fancy: by S.H. Burney, Author of "Clarentine," "Geraldine Fauconberg," and "Traits of Nature." Burney , Sarah Harriet (Author)
1816
Publisher The Awful doom of murderers. Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
Unknown , (Author)
1816
Publisher The heart and the fancy, or, Valsinore. A tale. By Miss Benger. Benger , Elizabeth Ogilvy (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
1816
Publisher The ward of Delamere. A tale. In two volumes. By Mrs. Pinchard, author of "Mystery and confidence, The blind child," &c. Pinchard , Elizabeth Sibthorpe (Author)
1816

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