ID 5875
Name Ensign Lincoln
Gender Male
Street Address Water-Street
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer The maid of the hamlet. A tale. In two volumes. By Regina Maria Roche, author of "The children of the abbey, Vicar of Landsdown, Clermont, &c. Roche I , Regina Maria (Author)
1801
Bookseller The sorrows of Yamba: illustrating the cruelty of the slave trade. Extracted from Miss Hannah More's works. More , Hannah (Author)
1802
Printer Cheap repository tracts; entertaining, moral, and religious. Consisting of a great variety of separate performances, written in a neat, yet simple style, and eminently calculated for the amusement and instruction of the youth of both sexes. The first Boston, from the latest English, edition. More , Hannah (Author)
More , Sarah (Author)
1802
Printer The sorrows of Yamba: illustrating the cruelty of the slave trade. Extracted from Miss Hannah More's works. More , Hannah (Author)
1802
Publisher The Sorrows of Yamba: illustrating the cruelty of the slave trade More , Hannah (Author)
1802
Bookseller A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Hamilton. The following is a true account of the dealings of God with the widow Sarah Hamilton, who was born and educated in the Romish religion, and afterwards converted to the Christian faith, as will appear in this narrative. Hamilton , Sarah (Author)
1803
Bookseller A narrative of the life of Mrs. Hamilton. The following is a true account of the dealings of God with the widow Sarah Hamilton, who was born and educated in the Romish religion, and afterwards converted to the Christian faith, as will appear in this narrative. Hamilton , Sarah (Author)
1803
Printer A narrative of the life of Mrs. Hamilton. The following is a true account of the dealings of God with the widow Sarah Hamilton, who was born and educated in the Romish religion, and afterwards converted to the Christian faith, as will appear in this narrative. Hamilton , Sarah (Author)
1803
Printer Coming sinners welcome to Christ. A sermon, by George Burder, selected from the volume entitled "Village sermons." Burder , George (Author)
Steele , Anne (Author)
1803
Bookseller Extract from Mr. Prince's sermon, on Job i. 21. Occasioned by the decease of his eldest daughter, Miss Deborah Prince, 20th July, 1744, in the 21st year of her age. Prince , Thomas (Author)
Gill , Sarah (Author)
1804
Printer Extract from Mr. Prince's sermon, on Job i. 21. Occasioned by the decease of his eldest daughter, Miss Deborah Prince, 20th July, 1744, in the 21st year of her age. Prince , Thomas (Author)
Gill , Sarah (Author)
1804
Printer Reflections on the seven days of the week. By a lady. Talbot , Catherine (Author)
1804
Printer Compositions, original and selected. By Mrs. Jane Ames. Ames , Jane (Author)
1805
Bookseller A narrative of the life of Mrs. Hamilton. The following is a true account of the dealings of God with the widow Sarah Hamilton, who was born and educated in the Romish religion, and afterwards converted to the Christian faith, as will appear in this narrative. Hamilton , Sarah (Author)
1806
Printer A narrative of the life of Mrs. Hamilton. The following is a true account of the dealings of God with the widow Sarah Hamilton, who was born and educated in the Romish religion, and afterwards converted to the Christian faith, as will appear in this narrative. Hamilton , Sarah (Author)
1806

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