Titles by Lincoln and Gleason in CHICAGO format
There are 10 titles associated with this firm.
Knight, Ellis C. Dinarbas: a tale. First American Edition. Hartford: Oliver Dudley Cooke, 1803.
Pope, Alexander, and Elizabeth Somerville. A Birth Day Present: or, A New Year's Gift. Being Nine Day's Conversation between a Mother and Daughter, on Interesting Subjects: for the use of young persons, from ten to fifteen years of age. Second American Edition. Hartford: 1804.
Althens, Margaret M. The Christian Character Exemplified, from the Papers of Mrs. Margaret Magdalen A.......s, Late Wife of Mr. Frederick Charles A.....s, of Goodman Fields. Selected and Revised by John Newton, Rector of St. Mary, Woolnoth. Hartford: Oliver Dudley Cooke, 1804.
Piozzi, Hester, L., T., Nathaniel Cotton, Benjamin Franklin, Jonathan Swift, John Witherspoon, and Mr. Nugent. A Series of letters on courtship and marriage. : To which are added, Witherspoon's Letters on marriage.--Swift's Letter to a newly married lady. Mrs. Piozzi's Letter to a gentleman newly married, &c. &c. Hartford: 1806.
Piozzi, Hester, L., T., Nathaniel Cotton, Benjamin Franklin, Jonathan Swift, and John Witherspoon. A Series of Letters on Courtship and Marriage. To Which are Added, Witherspoon's Letters on Marriage.—Swift's Letter to a Newly Married Lady. Mrs. Piozzi's Letter to a Gentleman Newly Married, &c. &c. Hartford: 1806.
Barbauld, Anna, L., and Unknown. Famous History of Whittington and His Cat. Shewing, How, from a poor Country Boy, destitute of Parents or Relations, he attained great Riches, and was promoted to the high and honorable dignity of Lord Mayor of London. Ornamented with Cuts. Hartford: 1806.
du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie F. The history of the Duchess of C----. from Adela and Theodore. Written by herself, Hartford: 1806.
More, Hannah. 'Tis all for the best: Exemplified in the character of Mrs. Simpson. To which is added, The Grand Assizes; or, General Jail Delivery, &c. &c. &c. Hartford: 1807.
Harrison, Elizabeth. The friendly instructor; or, A companion for young ladies, and young gentlemen: in which their duty to God and their parents, their carriage to superiors and inferiors, and several other very useful and instructive lessons are recommended in plain and familiar dialogues. By a pious lady. Recommended by the Rev. P. Doddridge, D.D. The first Hartford, from the fifth London edition. Hartford: 1807.
Wilkinson, Rebecca. Sermons to children. To which are added short hymns, suited to the subjects. By a lady. Hartford: Lincoln and Gleason, 1808.