ID 5504
Name John Jackson
Gender Male
Street Address Pall Mall, St. James's Street
City London
Start Date 1724
End Date 1762
Sources British Book Trade Index 37044
Notes

Titles

Displaying 1–25 of 26

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller A new miscellany of tales, songs and poems. By several hands Unknown , (Author)
Turner , Mary (Bookseller)
1725
Bookseller A method for the regular management of those societies, call'd Box-clubs: Laid down in such plan and easy Terms, as observ'd, will settle and preserve the tranquillity of the Society, and instruct the Ignorant, satisfy the Curious, and maintain a just Oeconomy among Friends and Acquaintance, who mutually agree in these Proceedings, which are no less an Advantage to the Publick, than a true Sign of the Spirit of Humanity. To which is added, a Copy of Orders abstracted from the most regular Societies in London, with proper Remarks, advantageous Proposals and Methods for Security for the Box: Forms of Bonds for Money lent out, and several useful Observations for the Benefit of Societies in general, and every Member in particular. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
and 2 more.
1728
Bookseller Liberty: or, the meeting of the Parliament. A poem. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1728
Bookseller The elogium of His Imperial Majesty Peter I. Czar of Muscovy. By Mons. de Fontenelle, Secretary to the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris: Whereof the Czar was a Member. Translated by C. R. Esq; de Fontenelle , Bernard Le Bovier (Author)
R. , C. (Translator)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 3 more.
1728
Bookseller The tragedy of Richard I. King of England. To which are annexed, some other papers. By George Sewell, M. D. Late of Hampstead All faithfully published from his original manuscripts, by his brother. Sewell , George (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1728
Bookseller The tragedy of Richard I. King of England. To which are annexed, some other papers. By George Sewell, M. D. Late of Hampstead All faithfully published from his original manuscripts, by his brother. Sewell , George (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1728
Publisher A method for the regular management of those societies, call'd Box-clubs: Laid down in such plan and easy Terms, as observ'd, will settle and preserve the tranquillity of the Society, and instruct the Ignorant, satisfy the Curious, and maintain a just Oeconomy among Friends and Acquaintance, who mutually agree in these Proceedings, which are no less an Advantage to the Publick, than a true Sign of the Spirit of Humanity. To which is added, a Copy of Orders abstracted from the most regular Societies in London, with proper Remarks, advantageous Proposals and Methods for Security for the Box: Forms of Bonds for Money lent out, and several useful Observations for the Benefit of Societies in general, and every Member in particular. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
and 2 more.
1728
Publisher The female orators: or, the courage and constancy of divers famous queens, and illustrious women, Set forth in their Undaunted Defences and Noble Resolutions: Worthy the Perusal and Imitation of the Female Sex. English'd from the French edition of Monsieur de Scudery. de Scudéry , Madeleine (Author)
Sturt , J. (Engraver)
1728
Publisher A compleat system of magick: or, The history of the black-art. Shewing, I. The original of magicians; and how some of them were made kings, as Zoroafter, Cadmus, and many others. II. How the ancient magi, who study'd philosophy, astronomy, &c. were induc'd to turn wizards and sorcers, and deal with the devil; and how their conversation began. III. The different shapes assum'd by the devil in his first appearances to magicians; and whether he is, or has been, allow'd to assume a human-shape. IV. Who first practised magick as a diabolical art, and its progress among the Egyptians and Phoenicians; by whom it was first openly encourag'd, and of its present state. V. What the black-art, really is, the various manner of its practice in different parts of the world, and of the doctrine of spirits. VI. How far it may be suppos'd there can be an intercourse between superiour and insernal beings, and whether the magick-art now subsists. VII. How far the devil may be raised by magical operations; and whether it is by their own power, or by mutual concert with the devil. The whole compiled from the best authorities ancient and modern Defoe , Daniel (Author)
Graves , Jane (Publisher)
1729
Bookseller Love-Letters on all occasions lately passed between persons of distinction. Collected by Mrs. Eliza Haywood. Haywood , Eliza (Author)
1730
Bookseller The gentleman's tutor for the small sword: Or, The compleat English fencing master. Containing the truest and plainest rules for learning that noble art; shewing how necessary it is for all gentlemen to understand the same. In 13 various lessons between master and scholar. Adorn'd with several curious postures. Blackwell , Henry (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1730
Bookseller The history of ancient coins, weights and measures. Including the life and glorious actions of King Solomon: Being a particular account of his riches, power, and extensive jurisdiction; with an exact description of the structure, dimensions and magnificence of his temple. Also a calculation of the value of ancient money reduced to the standard of our British coin. To which is added, a treatise concerning gold and silver; and easy rules for melting and weighing the same, by a method intirely new. Reynolds , George (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1730
Bookseller The Whole case and proceedings in relation to Bridget Reading, an heiress. Containing an account of Kimberly's being sent to Ireland to bring over the said Bridget Reading and of her pretended marriage with Braddock Mead. The information of Bridget Reading before Sir William Billers, against Braddock Mead, Daniel Kimberly, and Joseph Fisher, with the warrant of commitment granted thereupon by the said Sir William Billers. The petition of Daniel Reading to His Grace the Duke of New-Castle, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State : several affidavits before the Lord Chief Justice Raymond and Judge Probyn. The opinion of the Court of King's Bench; with the opinion of the Atorney-General and his report to the Duke of New-Castle, relating to the pretended marriage and felony; with the Lord Townshend's warrant thereupon for conveying Kimberly, &c., to Ireland to be betry'd there for felony. To which is Added, the tryal of the said Kimberly with his case or last dying words and an original letter sent by him to Mr. Reading written some few days before his execution and Mr. Reading's answer Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1730
Bookseller The gentleman's tutor for the small sword: or, the compleat English fencing master. Containing the truest and plainest rules for learning that noble art; shewing how Necessary it is for all Genteleman to understand the Same. In 13 various lessons between master and scholar. Adorn'd with several curious postures. Blackwell , Henry (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1730?
Publisher Spiller's jests or, the humours and pleasant adventures of the comedians, with their merry jokes, diverting songs, and entertaining tales. Akerby , George (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1730?
Bookseller Kostiachou: or, wit triumphant over beauty. A poem. By John Littleton Costeker, gent. Costeker , John Littleton (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1731
Publisher A description of Bath: a poem. In a letter to a friend. Chandler , Mary (Author)
1733
Publisher The tragedy of Chrononhotonthologos: being the most tragical tragedy, that ever was tragediz'd by any company of tragedians. Written by Benjamin Bounce, Esq; Carey , Henry (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1734
Publisher Of stage tyrants. An epistle to the Right Honourable Philip Earl of Chesterfield. Occasion'd by the Honest Yorkshire-Man being rejected at Drury-Lane Play-House, and since Acted at other Theatres with Universal Applause. By Mr. Carey. Carey , Henry (Author)
Cooke , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 1 more.
1735
Bookseller A Serious address to the electors of Great Britain. In which the conduct and designs both of the court and country parties are impartially represented and considered: and such gentlemen pointed out, as are most deserving of the favour of the electors, in the approaching choice of their representatives. Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Unknown , (Author)
1741
Bookseller A serious address to the electors of Great-Britain. In which the conduct and designs both of the court and country parties are impartially represented and consider'd: And such Gentlemen pointed out, as are most deserving of the Favour of the Electors, in the approaching Choice of their Representatives. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
1741
Publisher The priest and the widow, a tale. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1741
Publisher The test of love. An epistle to a friend. Amhurst , Nicholas (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1742
Publisher The life of Adam. Translated from Gio Francisco Loridano. To which is subjoyn'd, An essay towards an analysis of the human mind. Being, An Enquiry into the Original of our Ideas of Good and Evil, and the Nature, Rise, and Progress of the Passions, Habits, and Affections of the Human Soul. By Richard Murray, A. M. & J. U. B. Amey , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
Cooke , Elizabeth (Publisher)
and 4 more.
1748
Bookseller Alexander the corrector's humble address and earnest application to our most gracious King, the Right Honourable the House of Lords, and the Honourable House of Commons; shewing the necessity of appointing a corrector of the people, or taking some effectual measures for a speedy and a thorow Reformation; and that this important affair requires the serious and immediate consideration and vigorous and effectual resolution of his Majesty and both Houses of Parliament. With some account of Alexander the corrector the Author of the much esteemed Concordance of the Bible; and an Account of the Prophesies of some pious Ministers of the Gospel, foretelling that Alexander's Afflictions are designed by Divine Providence to be an Introduction and Preparation to his being a Joseph and an useful prosperous Man. Cruden , Alexander (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
1755

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