Titles by John Conrad & Co. in CHICAGO format
There are 7 titles associated with this firm.
Bennett, Anna, M., and Eliza Lake. De Valcourt; a novel. By Mrs. Bennett. Philadelphia: John Conrad & Co., M. and J. Conrad & Co., Rapin, Conrad, & Co., 1801.
Roche I, Regina M. Nocturnal visit, a tale. By Maria Regina Roche, author of The children of the abbey, Maid of the hamlet, Vicar of Lansdowne, and Clermont. Philadelphia: John Conrad & Co., M. and J. Conrad & Co., Rapin, Conrad, & Co., 1801.
Peacock, Lucy. Visit for a week, or, Hints on the improvement of time. Containing, original tales, entertaining stories, interesting anecdotes, and sketches from natural and moral history. To which is added, a poetical appendix designed for the amusement of youth. A New Edition. Philadelphia: John Ormrod, J. Sparhawk, Joseph and James Crukshanks, Mathew Carey [121 Chesnut Street], John Conrad & Co., Henry and Patrick Rice, 1801.
Linn, John B. A discourse occasioned by the death of the Reverend John Ewing, D.D. Late Senior Pastor of the First Presbyterian Congregation, of the city of Philadelphia, and provost of the University of Pennsylvania. By John Blair Linn, A.M. Pastor of the said Congregation. Philadelphia: John Conrad & Co., 1802.
Roche I, Regina M. Clermont; a tale. By Regina Maria Roche, author of The children of the abbey, Nocturnal visit, Maid of the hamlet, &c. First American Edition. Philadelphia: John Conrad & Co., M. and J. Conrad & Co., Rapin, Conrad, & Co., 1802.
Unknown, . The Parents' friend: or Extracts from the Principal Works on Education, from the time of Montaigne to the present day, methodized and arranged. With observations and notes by the editor. In two volumes. Philadelphia: Patrick Byrne, Mathew Carey [222 Market Street], 1803.
Rundell, Maria E. A New System of Domestic Cookery, formed upon Principles of Economy, and adapted to the use of Private Families. By a Lady. Boston: William Andrews, 1807.