ID 5652
Name John Barber
Gender Male
Street Address Lambeth-Hill
City London
Start Date 1696
End Date 1741
Sources British Book Trade Index 3645
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Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer Secret memoirs and manners of several persons of quality, of both sexes. From the new Atalantis, an island in the Mediteranean. Written originally in Italian, and translated from the third edition of the French. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1709
Printer Secret memoirs and manners of several persons of quality, of both sexes. From the new Atalantis, an island in the Mediteranean. Written originally in Italian. The second edition. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1709
Printer Memoirs of Europe, towards the close of the eighth century. Written by Eginardus, secretary and favourite to Charlemagne; and done into English by the translator of The new Atalantis. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1710
Printer Memoirs of Europe, towards the close of the eighth century. Written by Eginardus, secretary and favourite to Charlemagne; and done into English by the translator of The New Atalantis. The second edition, corrected. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1711
Publisher Lucius, the first Christian King of Britain. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty’s servants. By Mrs. Manley. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1717
Publisher Lucius, the first Christian King of Britain. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty’s servants. By Mrs. Manley. The second edition, corrected. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1720
Publisher The power of love: in seven novels viz. I. The fair hypocrite. II. The physician’s stratagem. III. The wife’s resentment. IV.V. The husband’s resentment. In two examples. VI. The happy fugitives. Vii. The perjur’d beauty. Never before published. By Mrs. Manley. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1720

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