ID 5818
Name Warner & Hanna
Gender Unknown
Street Address Harrison Street
City Baltimore
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer Ambrose and Eleanor; or The adventures of two children, deserted on an uninhabited island. Translated from the French. To which is added, Auguste and Madelaine, a real history, by Miss Helen Maria Williams. Williams , Helen Maria (Author)
Ducray-Duménil , François-Guillaume (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Translator)
1799
Bookseller A family tour through the British Empire; containing some accounts of its natural and artificial curiosities, history and antiquities, interspersed with biographical anecdotes. Particularly adapted to the amusement and instruction of youth. By Priscilla Wakefield. Wakefield , Priscilla (Author)
1804
Printer Short Conversations, or, An Easy Road to the Temple of Fame; Which All May Reach Who Endeavour to be Good. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1805
Bookseller A new system of domestic cookery, formed upon principles of economy, and adapted to the use of private families. By a lady. Second edition. Rundell , Maria Eliza (Author)
1807
Bookseller A sailor's friendship, and a soldier's love. Two volumes in one. First American Edition. Porter , Anna Maria (Author)
1810
Bookseller The black velvet pelisse, and The mother and son. From the tales of Mrs. Opie Opie , Amelia (Author)
1810
Bookseller The refusal. By Mrs. West, author of the "Tale of the times," "Infidel father," "Gossip's story," &c. Three volumes in two. West , Jane (Author)
1810
Bookseller The Scottish chiefs, a romance. : Five volumes in two. By Miss Jane Porter, author of Thaddeus of Warsaw, and Remarks on Sidney's aphorisms. (From the London edition of 1810.) Porter , Jane (Author)
1810
Printer A sailor's friendship, and a soldier's love. Two volumes in one. First American Edition. Porter , Anna Maria (Author)
1810

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