ID 6058
Name Jacob Robinson [Ludgate St]
Gender Male
Street Address Golden-Lion in Ludgate-Street
City London
Start Date 1736
End Date 1759
Sources British Book Trade Index 58940
Related Firms Jacob Robinson [Strand]
Notes

Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Spiller's jests or, the humours and pleasant adventures of the comedians, with their merry jokes, diverting songs, and entertaining tales. Akerby , George (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1730?
Bookseller An account of a scheme for preventing the exportation of our wool, where the Particulars of it are set forth, and the Methods of putting it in Execution exemplified. To which is added, an examination of a scheme offered by another hand, shewing the Defects and mischievous Consequences of it; as also Several material Extracts from Sir Walter Raleigh and Sir Francis Brewster, concerning the Consequences of the Woollen Trade, and the fatal Effects arising to this Nation from the Exportation of our Wool. Dedicated to the Hon. the House of Commons. By Samuel Webber. Webber , Samuel (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Printer)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1736
Printer An account of a scheme for preventing the exportation of our wool, where the Particulars of it are set forth, and the Methods of putting it in Execution exemplified. To which is added, an examination of a scheme offered by another hand, shewing the Defects and mischievous Consequences of it; as also Several material Extracts from Sir Walter Raleigh and Sir Francis Brewster, concerning the Consequences of the Woollen Trade, and the fatal Effects arising to this Nation from the Exportation of our Wool. Dedicated to the Hon. the House of Commons. By Samuel Webber. Webber , Samuel (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Printer)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1736
Bookseller An answer to the pretended remarks on Mr. Webber's scheme, and the draper's pamphlet; shewing, that the remarker hath not made the least objection to the scheme, which the draper recommended, nor disprov'd the least fact which he advanc'd: as also, that all that hath been alledged by the Gentleman's Magazine against it is groundless, and that the truth of the calculation is undoubted. To which is added, a copy of the letter which Mr. Webber received, concerning its being stipulated that France should have our wool; which letter also contains a short, but pathetick address, to the electors of Great-Britain. Written at the time of the last election, and altogether as necessary at this time, with some other reasons; setting forth the probability of such a stipulation also, a petition, intended to have been presented to Parliament, praying, an act to confirm the charter which His Majesty granted Mr. Webber: which petition was not refused, on account of such a charter not having been granted, but as a private bill that came too late. By John London. London , John (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Dodd II , Anne (Printer)
1741
Bookseller The consequences of trade, as to the wealth and strength of any nation; of the woollen trade in particular, and the great Superiority of it over all other Branches of Trade. The present State of it in England and France, with an Account of our Loss and their Gains. The Danger we are in of becoming a Province to France, unless an Effectual and Immediate Stop be put to the Exportation of our Wool. With A Narrative of the Steps taken by Mr. Webber, for getting an Act of Parliament to confirm a Charter granted him by his Majesty nine Years ago, for an Universal Registry in Charter. By a draper of London. The Fifth Edition. Webster , William (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Dodd II , Anne (Printer)
1741
Printer An answer to the pretended remarks on Mr. Webber's scheme, and the draper's pamphlet; shewing, that the remarker hath not made the least objection to the scheme, which the draper recommended, nor disprov'd the least fact which he advanc'd: as also, that all that hath been alledged by the Gentleman's Magazine against it is groundless, and that the truth of the calculation is undoubted. To which is added, a copy of the letter which Mr. Webber received, concerning its being stipulated that France should have our wool; which letter also contains a short, but pathetick address, to the electors of Great-Britain. Written at the time of the last election, and altogether as necessary at this time, with some other reasons; setting forth the probability of such a stipulation also, a petition, intended to have been presented to Parliament, praying, an act to confirm the charter which His Majesty granted Mr. Webber: which petition was not refused, on account of such a charter not having been granted, but as a private bill that came too late. By John London. London , John (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Dodd II , Anne (Printer)
1741
Printer The consequences of trade, as to the wealth and strength of any nation; of the woollen trade in particular, and the great Superiority of it over all other Branches of Trade. The present State of it in England and France, with an Account of our Loss and their Gains. The Danger we are in of becoming a Province to France, unless an Effectual and Immediate Stop be put to the Exportation of our Wool. With A Narrative of the Steps taken by Mr. Webber, for getting an Act of Parliament to confirm a Charter granted him by his Majesty nine Years ago, for an Universal Registry in Charter. By a draper of London. The Fifth Edition. Webster , William (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Dodd II , Anne (Printer)
1741
Publisher The priest and the widow, a tale. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1741
Publisher Seasonable advice to the disinterested freeholders of Great Britain: in which the conduct and designs both of the court and country parties are impartially stated and examined, and such pointed out as are most deserving in the approaching elections. Unknown , (Author)
Cooper , Mary (Publisher)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Publisher)
and 2 more.
1741?
Publisher The test of love. An epistle to a friend. Amhurst , Nicholas (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1742
Publisher Woman not Inferior to Man: or, a short and modest vindication of the natural right of the fair-sex to a perfect equality of power, dignity, and esteem, with the men. By Sophia, a person of quality. , Sophia (Author)
1743
Publisher Woman's Superior Excellence over Man: or, A reply to the author of a late treatise, entitled, Man Superior to Woman. In which, the excessive weakness of that Gentleman's answer to Woman not Inferior to Man is exposed; with a plain demonstration of woman's natural right even to superiority over the men in head and heart; proving their minds as much more beautiful than the men's as their bodies are, and that, had they the same advantages of education, they would excel them as much in sense as they do in virtue. The whole interspersed with a variety of mannish characters, which some of the most noted heroes of the present age had the goodness to sit for. By Sophia, a person of quality, author of Woman not Inferior to Man. , Sophia (Author)
1743
Bookseller Beauty's Triumph: or, the Superiority of the Fair Sex Invincibly Proved. Wherein the arguments for the natural right of man to a sovereign authority over the woman are fairly urged and undeniably refuted; and the undoubted title of the ladies, even to a superiority over the men, both in head and heart, is clearly evinced; shewing their minds to be as much more beautiful than the mens as their bodies; and that, if they had the same advantages of education, they would excel their tyrants as much in sense as they do in virtue. In three parts. , Sophia (Author)
Unknown , [Man] (Author)
1745
Printer Beauty's Triumph: or, the Superiority of the Fair Sex Invincibly Proved. Wherein the arguments for the natural right of man to a sovereign authority over the woman are fairly urged and undeniably refuted; and the undoubted title of the ladies, even to a superiority over the men, both in head and heart, is clearly evinced; shewing their minds to be as much more beautiful than the mens as their bodies; and that, if they had the same advantages of education, they would excel their tyrants as much in sense as they do in virtue. In three parts. , Sophia (Author)
Unknown , [Man] (Author)
1745
Publisher The present condition of Great-Britain, in a discourse upon things that have not been considered, though they are of the greatest consequence to her. With a true state of the case between us and the Dutch, that may not be unworthy of the Deliberations of that august Assembly by which we are represented in Parliament; and particularly in that great Article which fills them with so many Terrors as are insinuated in our present Accounts from Holland. W. , T. (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Publisher)
1746
Bookseller A letter to the heads of the University of Oxford, on a late very remarkable affair. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Amey , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1747
Bookseller The fool: being a collection of essays and epistles, moral, political, humourous, and entertaining. Published in the Daily Gazetteer. With the author's preface, and a complete index. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
Cooke , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 8 more.
1748
Printer The fool: being a collection of essays and epistles, moral, political, humourous, and entertaining. Published in the Daily Gazetteer. With the author's preface, and a complete index. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
Cooke , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 8 more.
1748
Bookseller A letter to the Reverend Dr. Conyers Middleton, Occasioned by his late Free Enquiry. Wesley , John (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
1749
Bookseller A letter to the author of the enthusiasm of methodists and papists compar'd Wesley , John (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
1750
Bookseller A serious and affectionate address to the cities of London and Westminster; occasioned by the late earthquake. The second edition. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 2 more.
1750
Bookseller An appendix to the Reverend Mr. John Shower's Practical reflections on the earthquakes that have happened in Europe and America, &c. Being a continuation of his account, and Practical Reflections, after his Manner, from the year 1693, down to these last shocks that were felt at London and Westminster, on February 8th and March 8th, 1749-50, with an Application, adapted to the present times, &c. Shower , John (Author)
Cooke , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
James , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 3 more.
1750
Bookseller Practical reflections on the earthquakes that have happened in Europe and America, but chiefly in the islands of Jamaica, England, Sicily, Malta, &c. With a particular and historical account of them, and divers other earthquakes. By John Shower, D.D. Shower , John (Author)
Cooke , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
James , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 3 more.
1750
Bookseller Practical reflections on the earthquakes that have happened in Europe and America, but chiefly in the islands of Jamaica, England, Sicily, Malta, &c. With a particular and historical account of them, and divers other earthquakes. By John Shower. The Second Edition. Shower , John (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Bookseller)
Kingman , Mary (Bookseller)
and 3 more.
1750
Publisher A home truth: being memoirs of the love and state-intrigues of the Court of H---; from the marriage of the Princess of Z------, to the tragical death of Count K-----k: written originally in High-German, by the celebrated Countess of K----k. The Second Edition. Unknown , (Author)
1750

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