ID 552
Name Mary Jane Godwin and Co. [Skinner Street]
Gender Female
Street Address No. 41 Skinner Street, Snow HIll
City London
Start Date 1815
End Date 1822
Sources
Related People Godwin, Mary Jane
Related Firms Mary Jane Godwin
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Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The adventures of Ulysses. By Charles Lamb. Lamb , Charles (Author)
1808
Publisher Foolish fears, or, The history of Clara Hammond. Fenwick , Eliza (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1809
Publisher The King and Queen of Hearts: with the roguerie of the Knave who stole the Queen's pies. Illustrated with Fifteen elegant engravings. Lamb , Charles (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1809
Publisher A new and improved grammar of the English tongue: for the use of schools. In which the genius of our speech is especially attended to, and the discoveries of Mr. Horne Tooke and other Modern Writers on the Formation of Language are, for the first time incorporated. By William Hazlitt. Author of an essay on the princoples of Human action, &c. &c. &c. To which is added, a new guide to the english tongue, in a letter to Mr. W.F. Mylius, Author of the school Dictionary. By Edward Baldwin, Esq. Hazlitt , William (Author)
Godwin , William (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1810
Publisher The parent's offering, or, Interesting tales for youth of both sexes. By Mrs. Caroline Barnard. Corbould , Henry (Illustrator)
Barnard , Caroline (Author)
Springsguth , Samuel (Engraver)
and 1 more.
1813
Publisher The family Robinson Crusoe: or, journal of a father shipwrecked, with his wife and children, on an uninhabited island. Translated from the German of M. Wiss. Wyss , Johann David (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1814
Publisher Life of Lady Jane Grey, and of Lord Guildford Dudley, her husband. This young Lady at Twelve Years of Age understood Eight Languages, was for Nine Days Queen of England, and was Beheaded in the Tower in the Seventeenth Year of her Age, being at that Time the most Amiable and Accomplished Woman in Europe. By Theophilus Marcliffe. Fourth Edition. Godwin , William (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1815
Publisher Tales from Shakespear: Designed for the Use of Young Persons. By Charles Lamb. The Third Edition. in Two Volumes. Lamb , Charles (Author)
Lamb , Mary (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
and 2 more.
1816
Publisher The family Robinson Crusoe: or, journal of a father shipwrecked, with his wife and children, on an uninhabited island. Translated from the German of M. Wiss. Vol. II Wyss , Johann David (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1816
Publisher The prize, or, The lace-makers of Missenden. By Mrs. Caroline Barnard. Barnard , Caroline (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
Springsguth , Samuel (Engraver)
and 1 more.
1817
Publisher The Adventures of Ulysses. By Charles Lamb. A New Edition. Lamb , Charles (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1819
Publisher Continuation of the stories of Old Daniel, or, Tales of wonder and delight: containing narratives of foreign countries and manners, and designed as an introduction to the study of voyages, travels, and history in general. Moore , Margaret Jane King (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
Springsguth , Samuel (Engraver)
1820
Publisher Leçons pour les enfans: ou, Premiers élémens de morale, de politesse, et de sensibilité. Traduit de l'anglois de Made. Fenwick, par l'abbé Le Febvre; ornées de nombreuses gravures, et servant de suite au petit livre intitulé. Six histoires pour la première enfance. Fenwick , Eliza (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1820
Publisher Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Seventh Edition. Lamb , Charles (Author)
Lamb , Mary (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1820
Publisher Stories of Old Daniel, or, Tales of wonder and delight: containing narratives of foreign countries and manners, and designed as an introduction to the study of voyages, travels, and history in general. Corbould , Henry (Author)
Moore , Margaret Jane King (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
and 1 more.
1820
Publisher The Swiss family Robinson, or, Adventures of a father and mother and four sons on a desert island: being a practical illustration of the first principles of mechanics, natural philosophy, natural history, and all those branches of science which most immediately apply to the business of life. Translated from the German of M. Wiss; in two volumes. Wyss , Johann David (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1820
Publisher Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Eighth Edition. Lamb , Mary (Author)
Lamb , Charles (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1821
Publisher Tales from Shakespear: Designed for the Use of Young Persons. By Charles Lamb. The Fourth Edition. in Two Volumes. Lamb , Charles (Author)
Lamb , Mary (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
and 1 more.
1822
Publisher The Force of Example: A Nursery Rhyme. From the Celebrated Lessons for Children by Mrs Barbauld. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Publisher)
1822

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