ID 6005
Name John Nutt
Gender Male
Street Address In Stationer's-Court, near Stationers' Hall
City London
Start Date 1691
End Date 1716
Sources British Book Trade Index 51018
Notes Wife is Elizabeth and son is Richard.

Titles

Displaying 1–12 of 12

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Some Reflections upon Marriage Occasioned by the Duke and Dutchess of Mazarine's case; which is also considered. Astell , Mary (Author)
1700
Publisher The unhappy penitent a tragedy. As it is acted, at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Trotter. Trotter (Cockburn) , Catharine (Author)
1701
Bookseller The false friend. As it is acted by His Majesty's servants. Pix , Mary (Author)
1702
Bookseller The female muse. A poem on the coronation of Her Sacred Majesty Queen Ann. Dyke , Ann (Author)
1702
Printer The false friend. As it is acted by His Majesty's servants. Pix , Mary (Author)
1702
Printer The female muse. A poem on the coronation of Her Sacred Majesty Queen Ann. Dyke , Ann (Author)
1702
Publisher A defence of Mr. Lock's Essay of human understanding, wherein its principles with reference to morality, reveal'd religion, and the immortality of the soul, are consider'd and justify'd: in answer to some remarks on that Essay. Trotter (Cockburn) , Catharine (Author)
1702
Publisher A defence of the Essay of human understanding, written by Mr. Lock. Wherein its principles with reference to morality, reveal'd religion, and the immortality of the soul,, [sic] are consider'd and justify'd: in answer to some remarks on that Essay. Trotter (Cockburn) , Catharine (Author)
1702
Publisher The stolen heiress or the Salamanca doctor outplotted. A comedy. As it is Acted at the New Theatre in Lincolns-Inn-Fields. By Her Majesties Servants. Centlivre , Susanna (Author)
1703
Publisher A short and easie method of prayer, Which every one may learn and practice with great facility, and thereby arrive, in a little time, to high degrees of Christian Perfection. Singularly useful to all Persons who seek God in Sincerity. By Madam Guion. To which are added, two letters written by F. Falconi and Fr. de Sales on the same subject. Done out of French. Guyon , Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte (Author)
1704
Bookseller The fugitive. Containing, several very pleasant passages, and surprizing adventures, observ'd by a lady in her country ramble; being both useful and diverting for persons of all ranks. Now first published from her own manuscript. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1705
Bookseller The basset-table. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by Her Majesty's servants. By the author of the gamester. Centlivre , Susanna (Author)
1706. [1705]

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