ID 5643
Name John Morphew
Gender Male
Street Address Stationer's Court near Ludgate Street; Stationer's Hall
City London
Start Date 1706
End Date 1720
Sources British Book Trade Index 48522
Notes

Titles

Displaying 26–50 of 76

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller A scheme for, an effectual method to prevent the exportation of wooll. By Richard Carter, and Peter Ellers. June 20. 1713. Carter , Richard (Author)
Ellers , Peter (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1713
Bookseller An answer to the discourse on free-thinking: wherein the absurdity and infidelity of the sect of free-thinkers is undeniably demonstrated. By a gentleman of Cambridge. Unknown , [Man] (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1713
Bookseller Miscellany poems, on several occasions. Written by a lady. Finch , Anne (Author)
1713
Bookseller Miscellany poems, on several occasions. Written by the Right Honble Anne, Countess of Winchilsea. Finch , Anne (Author)
1713
Bookseller Miscellany poems, with a tragedy. By a lady, author of the poem on the spleen. Finch , Anne (Author)
1713
Bookseller Electra, A Tragedy. Translated from the Greek of Sophocles. Sophocles , (Author)
Unknown , (Translator)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Bookseller The Cid: or, the heroick daughter. A tragedy. Corneille , Pierre (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Ozell , John (Translator)
1714
Bookseller The divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ, proved to be the primitive and apostolick doctrine of the Catholick Church: with a curious remark on the validity of the Sibylline oracles. Translated from the Latin of the Right Reverend Dr. George Bull, late Lord Bishop of St. David's. By a presbyter of the Church of England. Bull , George (Translator)
Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Bookseller The life and character of Jane Shore, collected from our best historians, chiefly from the writings of Sir Thomas More, Who was Her Cotemporary, and Personally knew Her. Humbly offer'd to the readers and spectators of her tragedy written by Mr. Rowe. Inscrib'd to Mrs. Old Field. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Bookseller The life and character of Jane Shore. Collected from our best historians, chiefly from the writings of Sir Thomas More; who was her Cotemporary, and Personally knew Her. Humbly offer'd to the readers and spectators of her tragedy written by Mr. Rowe. Inscrib'd to Mrs. Oldfield. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Bookseller The life and character of Jane Shore. Collected from our best historians, chiefly from the writings of Sir Thomas More; Who was her Cotemporary, and Personally knew her. Humbly offer'd to the readers and spectators of her tragedy written by Mr. Rowe. Inscrib'd to Mrs. Oldfield. The Second Edition. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Bookseller The mysteries of virginity: or, a full discovery of the difference between young maids and old ones. Set forth in several diverting dialogues of the female sex, ON Love and Gallantry, Marriage and single Life, Dress and Behaviour, Batchellorsand Husbands, Beauty and Courtship, Plays and Musick. With many other curious Subjects relating to Young Women not enter'd into the State of Matrimony. de Mandeville , Bernard (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Bookseller The whigs unmask'd: or, the history of the Calf's-Head-Club farther expos'd; In a full account of the rise and progress of that impious society, since their horrid rebellion in forty-one. With all the treasonable ballads, sung by the villanous Whigs, as anthems, on the xxxth of January. Much enlarg'd, by an impartial account of all the plots and conspiracies form'd by the low-church faction, against the Queen and present ministry. With animadversions in prose and verse. Adorn'd with curious cuts, by the best hands. To which are added, several characters by that most ingenious poet, Sir John Denham. And the hellish mysteries of the old republicans, set forth in vindication of King Charles the First, by Mr. Samuel Butler, author of Hudthras. The ninth edition. Ward , Edward (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Printer The history of the lives of the most noted highway-men, foot-pads, house-breakers, shop-lifts, and cheats, of both sexes, in and about London, and other Places of Great-Britain, for above fifty years last past. Wherein their most secret and barbarous Murders, unparallell'd Robberies, notorious Thefts, and unheard of Cheats, are expos'd to the Publick. By Capt. Alexander Smith. Smith , Alexander (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1714
Publisher A modest enquiry into the reasons of the joy expressed by a certain sett of people, upon the spreading of a report of Her Majesty’s death. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1714
Publisher A modest enquiry into the reasons of the joy expressed by a certain sett of people, upon the spreading of a report of Her Majesty’s death. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1714
Publisher A Modest Enquiry into the reasons of the joy Expressed by a Certain Sett of People, upon the Spreading of a Rerort [sic] of Her Majesty's death. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1714
Publisher L’Atlantis de Madame Manley, Contenant les intrigues politiques, et amoureuses, de la noblesse d’Angleterre. Et où l’on découvre le secrèt de la derniere revolution. Seconde edition, où on a mis la clef en marge, & ajouté une table des matiéres. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1714
Publisher The history of the lives of the most noted highway-men, foot-pads, house-breakers, shop-lifts and cheats, of both sexes, in and about London, and other Places of Great-Britain, for above fifty years last past. Wherein their most secret and barbarous Murders, unparallel'd Robberies, notorious Thefts, and unheard of Cheats, are expos'd to the Publick. By Capt. Alexander Smith. In two volumes. The Second Edition. Smith , Alexander (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1714
Publisher The history of the rise and growth of schism in Europe, to the great scandal of the Christian religion: exemplified in the lives of some false prophets, Teachers and Preachers amongst the Dissenters, Viz. Papists, Anabaptists, Quakers, Brownists, Muggletonians, French Prophets, Deists, Blasphemers, Presbyterians, Independants, &c. To which are added, the lives and tryals of several blasphemers of late, before the Lord Chief Justice at the Old-Baily, with Observations on the Three Grand Impostors. The Tenets of the late Mohocks, who they were; and the Alamode Religion of a Covent-Garden Libertine, just Converted from Atheism: Occasionally Written upon the Glorious Design of the British Parliament's Suppression of Schism. Burridge , Richard (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1714
Publisher The second volume of the Examiners: beginning on Thursday the 6th of December, 1711, and ending on Monday the 29th of December, 1712. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1714
Publisher The second volume of The history of the lives of the most notorious high-way men, foot-pads, and other thieves, and murderers, of both sexes, for above fifty years last past; Continu'd from Du Vall, and the German Princess, which compleats the History to the present time. Wherein their Thefts, Cheats, and Murders, committed in Great-Britain, and Ireland, are farther are farther expos'd. By Capt. Alexander Smith. Smith , Alexander (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1714
Publisher The third volume of the Examiners: beginning on Friday the 2d of January, 1712, and ending on Monday the 11th of May, 1713. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1714
Publisher La conduite de milord Duc d’Ormonde, pendant la campagne de l’année, 1712. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1715
Publisher The conduct of his Grace the D. of Ormonde, in the campaign of 1712. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1715

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