ID 6151
Name James Maxwell
Gender Male
Street Address Fourth and Walnut Sts.
City Philadelphia
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Printer Memoirs of the life of Martha Laurens Ramsay, who died in Charleston, S.C. on the tenth of June, 1811, in the fifty-second year of her age; with an appendix, containing extracts from her diary, letters, and other private papers, and also from letters written to her, by her father, Henry Laurens, 1771-1776. By David Ramsay, M.D. Ramsay , David (Author)
Ramsay , Martha Laurens (Author)
Laurens , Henry (Author)
1811
Printer Sacred dramas: chiefly intended for young persons. The subjects taken from the Bible. By Hannah More. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Printer Tales from Shakspeare, designed for the use of young persons. By Charles Lamb. In two volumes. Lamb , Charles (Author)
Lamb , Mary (Author)
1813
Printer The works of Hannah More, including several pieces never before published. More , Hannah (Author)
1813
Printer Patronage. By Maria Edgeworth, author of "Tales of fashionable life," "Belinda," "Leonora," &c. ; In three volumes. From the Second London Edition. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
Edgeworth , Richard Lovell (Introducer)
1814
Printer Practical piety, or, The influence of the religion of the heart on the conduct of the life. By Hannah More. More , Hannah (Author)
1814
Printer Strictures on the modern system of female education. With a view of the principles and conduct prevalent among women of rank and fortune. By Hannah More. More , Hannah (Author)
1814
Printer The works of Hannah More, Including several pieces never before published. More , Hannah (Author)
1814
Printer The shepherd of Salisbury Plain. More , Hannah (Author)
1815
Printer Reflections on suicide. Translated from the French of Madame de Stael, by an American lady. de Staël von Holstein , Anne Louise Germaine (Author)
Unknown , [Woman] (Translator)
1816
Printer Conversations on political economy; in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained. By the author of "Conversations on chemistry." Marcet , Jane (Author)
1817
Printer France. By Lady Morgan. Third American edition,—second with the addition of an English translation of the French words and phrases. Embellished with four engravings. Owenson , Sydney (Author)
Morgan , Thomas Charles (Author)
Hill , John (Engraver)
1817
Printer The knight of St. John, a romance, by Miss Anna Maria Porter, author of "The recluse of Norway," &c. &c. In two volumes. Porter , Anna Maria (Author)
1817
Printer Conversations on the Bible. By a lady Hall , Sarah Ewing (Author)
1818
Printer The universal receipt book; being a compendious repository of practical information in cookery, preserving, pickling, distilling, and all the branches of domestic economy. To which is added, some advice to farmers. By Priscilla Homespun. Second edition with great additions. Homespun , Priscilla (Author)
1818
Printer The works of Hannah More, including several pieces never before published. More , Hannah (Author)
1818
Printer Reciprocal duties of parents and children. By Mrs. Taylor, author of Maternal solicitude, practical hints, &c. &c. &c. Taylor , Ann Martin (Author)
1819
Printer Rosamond; a Sequel to Early Lessons. By Maria Edgeworth. In II Volumes. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1821
Publisher Early Lessons, In Four Volumes. By Maria Edgeworth. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1821
Publisher Rosamond; a Sequel to Early Lessons. By Maria Edgeworth. In II Volumes. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1821
Printer Rosamond; a Sequel to Early Lessons. By Maria Edgeworth. In II Volumes. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1823
Publisher Rosamond; a Sequel to Early Lessons. By Maria Edgeworth. In II Volumes. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1823

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