ID 5847
Name Benjamin and Thomas Kite
Gender Male
Street Address No. 20 North Third Street
City Philadelphia
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Some Account of the Early Part of the Life of Elizabeth Ashbridge, who died, in the truth's service, at the house of Robert Lecky, in the county of Carlow, Ireland, the 16th of 5th month, 1755. Written by herself. Ashbridge , Elizabeth (Author)
Ashbridge , Aaron (Author)
1807
Publisher The two wealthy farmers: or, The history of Mr. Bragwell, and his friend Farmer Worthy. More , Hannah (Author)
1807
Publisher Friendship in death; in letters from the dead to the living. To which are added letters moral and entertaining, in prose and verse. By Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. Rowe , Elizabeth Singer (Author)
Edwin , David (Engraver)
1808
Bookseller Conversations on chymistry, in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained and illustrated by experiments and plates, from the last London edition: the second American edition: enlarged by an appendix consisting of a description, with a plate, and the manner of using of the new hydro-pneumatic blow-pipe, invented by Mr. Joseph Cloud of the mint of the United States: also of three disquisitions, one on dyeing, one on tanning, and one on currying Marcet , Jane (Author)
Tanner , Benjamin (Engraver)
1809
Publisher Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius. With an English translation, as literal as possible. Designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. A new edition, corrected and improved, by James Ross, Professor of the Latin and Greek languages, in the City of Philadelphia. Cordier , Mathurin (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
Ross , James (Editor)
and 1 more.
1810
Publisher Kite's town & country almanac, for the year 1811, being the third after bissextile or leap year. Calculated by Abraham Shoemaker. Shoemaker , Abraham (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
1810
Publisher Strength in weakness manifest: in the life, various trials, and Christian testimony of that faithful servant and handmaid of the Lord, Elizabeth Stirredge, who departed this life, at her house at Hemstead in Hertfordshire, in the 72d year of her age. Written by her own hand. Shewing her pious care and counsel to her children, and according to their desire made public: also for the instruction and benefit of many other parents and children concerned. Stirredge , Elizabeth (Author)
Whiting , John (Editor)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1810
Publisher The Butterfly's Birth-day. By the author of the Butterfly's Ball. Aitken , Jane (Printer)
Roscoe , William (Author)
1810
Publisher The child's monitor; or Parental instruction; in four parts: containing a great variety of progressive lessons, (interspersed with moral and religious reflections) adapted to the comprehension of children; and calculated to instruct them in reading, and the use of stops; and, at the same time, to give them some knowledge of natural history, the Scriptures, and of several other sublime and important subjects. By John Hornsey, author of "A short grammar of the English language," "An introduction to arithmetic," and "The book of monosylables; or An introduction to the Child's monitor." The first American edition corrected, and improved. Hornsey , John (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1810
Bookseller The Grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. Two volumes in one. Fourth American edition. Goldsmith , Oliver (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
1811
Bookseller The Grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. Two volumes in one. Fourth American edition. Goldsmith , Oliver (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
1811
Bookseller The Picture of Philadelphia, giving an account of its origin, increase and improvements in arts, sciences, manufactures, commerce and revenue. With a compendious view of its societies, literary, benevolent, patriotic, & religious. Its police--the public buildings--the prison and penetentiary [sic] system--institutions, monied and civil--museum. By James Mease, M. D. Mease , James (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
Birch , Thomas (Illustrator)
and 1 more.
1811
Publisher Kite's town & country almanac, for the year 1812 , being bessextile or leap year. The astronomical calculations by William Collom. Collom , William (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
1811
Publisher Observations on the Changes of the Air, and the Concomitant Epidemical Diseases in the Island of Barbadoes. To which is added, A treatise on the Putrid Bilious Fever, commonly called The Yellow Fever; and such other diseases as are indigenous or endemial, in the West India islands, or in the torrid zone. By William Hillary, M. D. With notes, by Benjamin Rush, M. D. professor of the institutes and practice of medicine in the University of Pennsylvania. Hillary , William (Author)
Rush , Benjamin (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Publisher The history of Tom White, the postillion; afterwards called Farmer White. To which is added, The history of Charles Jones, the footman. More , Hannah (Author)
1811
Publisher The Picture of Philadelphia, giving an account of its origin, increase and improvements in arts, sciences, manufactures, commerce and revenue. With a compendious view of its societies, literary, benevolent, patriotic, & religious. Its police--the public buildings--the prison and penetentiary [sic] system--institutions, monied and civil--museum. By James Mease, M. D. Mease , James (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
Birch , Thomas (Illustrator)
and 1 more.
1811
Publisher The Prompter; or a Commentary on Common Sayings & Subjects, which are full of Common Sense, the best sense in the world. Webster , Noah (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1811
Publisher The Wonderful advantages of adventuring in the lottery! The gamester; and Black Giles, &c. More , Hannah (Author)
1811
Publisher True stories; or Interesting anecdotes of young persons: designed through the medium of example, to inculcate principles of virtue and piety. By the author of "Lessons for young persons of humble life." Frank , Elizabeth (Author)
1811
Publisher Visit for a week; or, Hints on the improvement of time. Containing original tales, entertaining stories, interesting anecdotes, and sketches from natural and moral history. A New Edition. Peacock , Lucy (Author)
1811
Publisher Extracts from the letters of Elizabeth, Lucy, & Judith Ussher, late of the city of Waterford. First American Edition. Ussher , Elizabeth (Author)
Ussher , Lucy (Author)
Ussher , Judith (Author)
1812
Publisher Kite's town & country almanac, for the year 1813, being the first year after bissextile or leap year. Calculated by William Collom. Collom , William (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
1812
Bookseller The Grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great by Dr. Goldsmith. Two volumes in one. Sixth American edition. Goldsmith , Oliver (Author)
Coles , Ann Cochran (Printer)
1813
Publisher Interesting anecdotes of children, designed through the medium of example, to inculcate principles of virtue and piety. By the author of "Lessons for young persons in humble life." Frank , Elizabeth (Editor)
1813
Publisher Kite's town and country almanac, for the year 1814. Being the second year after bissextile or leap year. Calculated by William Collom Collom , William (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
1813

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