ID 6108
Name Mathew Carey [122 Market Street]
Gender Male
Street Address 122 Market Street
City Philadelphia
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer The Lady's pocket library. Containing, 1. Miss More's essays. 2. Dr. Gregory's legacy to his daughters. 3. Rudiments of taste, by the Countess of Carlisle. 4. Mrs. Chapone's letter on the governance of the temper. 5. Swift's letter to a young lady newly married. 6. Moore's fables for the female sex. Fourth American edition. More , Hannah (Author)
Gregory , John (Author)
Peddle , M. (Author)
and 3 more.
1809
Publisher Charlotte Temple. A tale of truth. By Mrs. Rowson, late of the New Theatre, Philadelphia; Author of Victoria, The Inquisitor, Fille de Chambre, &c. Two volumes in one. Eighth American edition. Rowson , Susanna (Author)
Tiebout , Cornelius (Engraver)
1809
Publisher The Lady's pocket library. Containing, 1. Miss More's essays. 2. Dr. Gregory's legacy to his daughters. 3. Rudiments of taste, by the Countess of Carlisle. 4. Mrs. Chapone's letter on the governance of the temper. 5. Swift's letter to a young lady newly married. 6. Moore's fables for the female sex. Fourth American edition. More , Hannah (Author)
Gregory , John (Author)
Peddle , M. (Author)
and 3 more.
1809
Publisher Don Sebastian; or, The house of Braganza. An historical romance. Four volumes in two. By Miss Anna Maria Porter, authoress of The Hungarian brothers. Porter , Anna Maria (Author)
1810
Publisher The refusal. By Mrs. West, author of the "Tale of the times," "Infidel father," "Gossip's story," &c. Three volumes in two. West , Jane (Author)
1810
Printer El Director de los ninos para aprender á deletrear y léer; ó Metodo para facilitar los progresos de los niños quando se mandan por la primera vez á la escuela. Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
Seymour , Joseph H. (Engraver)
1811
Printer The brother and sister: a tale: by Mrs. Opie. Opie , Amelia (Author)
1811
Publisher Basil. A tragedy. By Joanna Baillie. Baillie , Joanna (Author)
1811
Publisher The brother and sister: a tale: by Mrs. Opie. Opie , Amelia (Author)
1811
Publisher How to die for love! A farce, in two acts: as performed at the Lyceum Theatre. London. Adapted from a sketch in one act, by Kotzebue; called Blind Geladen. Kotzebue , August von (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
1812
Publisher Journal of the voyages and travels of a corps of discovery, under the command of Capt. Lewis and Capt. Clarke of the Army of the United States, from the mouth of the River Missouri through the interior parts of North America to the Pacific Ocean, during the years 1804, 1805, and 1806. Containing an authentic relation of the most interesting transactions during the expedition; a description of the country; and an account of its inhabitants, soil, climate, curiosities, and vegetable and animal productions. By Patrick Gass, one of the persons employed in the expedition. With geographical and explanatory notes. Fourth edition- with six engravings. Gass , Patrick (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
1812
Publisher An Academy for Grown Horsemen; containing The Completest Instructions For walking, trotting, cantering, galloping, stumbling, and tumbling. By Geoffrey Gambado, Esq. Riding Master, Master of the Horse, and Grand Equerry to the Doge of Venice. Illustrated with twelve caricatures, from designs by Bunbury. Aitken , Jane (Printer)
Charles , William (Engraver)
Bunbury , Henry William (Illustrator)
and 1 more.
1813
Publisher Home. A novel. In two volumes. By Miss Cullen, daughter of the celebrated Dr. Cullen. Expect not a story decked in the garb of fancy—but look at home. First American, from the third London, Edition. Cullen , Margaret (Author)
1813
Publisher The Highlanders, and other poems. By Mrs. Grant, Laggan. From the second London edition. Grant , Anne (Author)
1813
Publisher The moral mirror: or, a Looking-Glass for sots, parasites, gluttons, clowns, praters, time-servers, pretenders, knaves, knights of the post, atheists, zealots, hypocrites, &c. &c. &c. Butler , Samuel (Author)
Carey , Mathew (Copyright Holder)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
and 1 more.
1813
Publisher A Calm Address to the People of the Eastern States, on the subject of the Representation of Slaves; The Representation in the Senate; and The Hostility to Commerce ascribed to the Southern States. By the author of The Olive Branch. Carey , Mathew (Author)
Bailey , Lydia R. (Printer)
1814
Publisher Elizabeth; or, the Exiles of Siberia: A Tale, founded upon facts. From the French of Madame Cottin. Cottin , Sophie Ristaud (Author)
Aitken , Jane (Printer)
1814

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