ID 5832
Name W. & J. Gilman
Gender Male
Street Address 2 Middle Street
City Newburyport
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer Female treachery; or, The unfortunate story of Belmour & Amanda. Wherein is shewn, how Jacintha, under the mask of friendship, imposed on the credulity of Belmour, and basely slandered Amanda, under a false notion of revenge for his love to the latter; which, however, had a happy termination. Written by a young lady, and founded on facts. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1807
Bookseller Sermons to children: to which are added, short hymns, adapted to the subjects. By a lady. Wilkinson , Rebecca (Author)
1808
Printer Sermons to children: to which are added, short hymns, adapted to the subjects. By a lady. Wilkinson , Rebecca (Author)
1808
Bookseller Hymns in prose, for children. By Mrs. Barbauld. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia (Author)
Gilman , Whittingham (Engraver)
1809
Printer Hymns in prose, for children. By Mrs. Barbauld. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia (Author)
Gilman , Whittingham (Engraver)
1809
Printer Remarkable account of Mrs. Rachel Lucas, daughter of Mr. James Hinman, of Durham, in Connecticut, as written by herself, and attested by her family and acquaintance. Lucas , Rachel (Author)
1809
Printer The coquette: or, The history of Eliza Wharton. A novel: founded on fact. By a lady of Massachusetts. Third edition. Published according to Act of Congress. Foster , Hannah Webster (Author)
1811
Printer The loving invitation of Christ, to the aged, middle-aged, youth, and children; from the mouth of Elizabeth Osborn, only three years and nine months old. Raymond , Jane (Author)
Gilman , Whittingham (Engraver)
1811
Bookseller The loving invitation of Christ, to the aged, middle-aged, youth, and children. From the mouth of Elizabeth Osborn, only three years and nine months old. Raymond , Jane (Author)
Gilman , Whittingham (Engraver)
1812
Printer The loving invitation of Christ, to the aged, middle-aged, youth, and children. From the mouth of Elizabeth Osborn, only three years and nine months old. Raymond , Jane (Author)
Gilman , Whittingham (Engraver)
1812
Bookseller Hymns in prose, for children. By Mrs. Barbauld. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia (Author)
1813
Bookseller The search after happiness. A pastoral drama. By Hannah More. More , Hannah (Author)
Gilman , Whittingham (Engraver)
1813
Printer Hymns in prose, for children. By Mrs. Barbauld. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia (Author)
1813
Printer The happy waterman, or, Honesty rewarded. To which is added, Lines written on a blank leaf of a pocket Bible. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Printer The pious mother; or, Evidences for Heaven. Written in the year 1650, By Mrs. Thomasen Head, for the benefit of her children. Published from the original manuscript, by James Franks, A.M. and Curate of Halifax. Head , Thomasen (Author)
Franks , James (Author)
1813
Printer The search after happiness. A pastoral drama. By Hannah More. More , Hannah (Author)
Gilman , Whittingham (Engraver)
1813
Publisher Hymns for infant minds. By the author of Original poems, Rhymes for the nursery, &c. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann (Author)
Taylor , Jane (Author)
Gilman , Whittingham (Engraver)
1816
Bookseller The two lambs. An allegorical history. By the author of Margaret Whyte, &c. Second Newbury Port Edition. Cameron , Lucy Lyttelton (Author)
1817
Printer The two lambs. An allegorical history. By the author of Margaret Whyte, &c. Second Newbury Port Edition. Cameron , Lucy Lyttelton (Author)
1817
Publisher The two lambs. An allegorical history. By the author of Margaret Whyte, &c. Third Newburyport Edition. Cameron , Lucy Lyttelton (Author)
1818
Bookseller The history of little Henry and his bearer. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
1819
Printer The history of little Henry and his bearer. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
1819
Publisher New edition. Dazee, or, The Re-captured Negro. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of Little Henry and his bearer. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
Cowper , William (Author)
1822

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