ID 618
Name Tabart and Co.
Gender Unknown
Street Address 85 Piccadilly
City London
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller The Travels of Rolando; Containing, in a Supposed Tour Round the World, Authentic Descriptions of the Geography, Natural History, Manners, and Antiquities of Various Countries. Translated From the French of L.J. Jauffret. In Four Volumes. Aikin , Lucy (Translator)
Jauffret , L. F. (Author)
1804
Publisher A Visit to a Farm-House; or, An introduction to various subjects connected with rural economy. By S.W., author of A puzzle for a curious girl. Kilner , Elizabeth (Author)
1804
Publisher First going to school, or, The story of Tom Brown and his sisters. By M. Pelham. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1804
Publisher Poetry for Children, Consisting of Short Pieces to be Committed to Memory Aikin , Lucy (Editor)
1804
Publisher Tabart's collection of popular stories for the nursery; from the French, Italian, and old English writers, newly translated and revised. Unknown , (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Editor)
1804
Bookseller Interesting tales in words of one syllable: for the instruction and amusement of children. By Mrs. Taylor. Taylor , Mrs. (Author)
1805
Publisher Presents for Good Boys. In words of One and Two Syllables. Fenwick , Eliza (Author)
1805
Publisher Visits to the Juvenile Library; or, Knowledge Proved to be the Source of Happiness. By E.F. author of The life of Carlo. Fenwick , Eliza (Author)
1805
Publisher A Puzzle for a Curious Girl. A new edition. Kilner , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Publisher First going to school, or, The story of Tom Brown and his sisters. By M. Pelham. A new edition Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1806
Publisher The magic lantern; or, Amusing and instructive exhibitions for young people. With eleven coloured engravings. By the authoress of Short stories, Summer rambles, The red and black book, &c., &c. Semple , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Bookseller Entertaining instructions, in A series of familiar dialogues between a parent and his children: Interspersed with original fables well adapted to the capacities of youth. ... By a lady. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
Peacock , Lucy (Bookseller)
1807
Publisher Jingles; or, Original Rhymes for Children Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1808
Publisher The Lioness's Rout; being a Sequel to the Butterfly's Ball, the Grasshopper's Feast, and the Peacock "At Home". By a Lady. Dorset , Catherine Anne Turner (Author)
Roscoe , William (Illustrator)
1808
Publisher Bear and forbear, or, The history of Julia Marchmont: a moral tales for young ladies. By Miss M. Woodland. Woodland , M. (Author)
1809
Publisher First going to school, or, The story of Tom Brown and his sisters. By M. Pelham. Kilner , Dorothy (Author)
1809
Publisher Matilda Mortimer, or, False pride: a moral tale. By Miss M. Woodland. Woodland , M. (Author)
Knight , Charles Parsons (Illustrator)
1809
Publisher Tabart's collection of popular stories for the nursery, newly translated and revised, from the French, Italian, and old English writers; adorned with numerous plates. Vol. I. Unknown , (Author)
Godwin , Mary Jane (Editor)
1809
Publisher The life of the famous dog Carlo with his portrait, and other copper plates. Fenwick , Eliza (Author)
1809
Bookseller La fete de la rose: or, The dramatic flowers. A holiday present, for young people. By Mrs. B. Hoole. Third edition. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1810
Publisher Matilda Mortimer; or, False pride: for the use of young ladies. By Miss M. Woodland. Woodland , M. (Author)
1810
Publisher Scenes at home, or, A sketch of a plain family. By S.W., author of A puzzle for a curious girl, A visit to a farm house, &c. Kilner , Elizabeth (Author)
1810
Publisher Signor Topsy-Turvy's Wonderful Magic Lantern; or, The World Turned Upside Down. By the author of My Mother, and Other Poems; illustrated with twenty-four engravings. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann (Author)
Taylor , Jane (Author)
Taylor, Jr. , Isaac (Illustrator)
1810
Publisher Angelion, of The Wizard in Elis. A Romance. Taken from the German, by Maria de Geisweiler. In Three Volumes. Benkowitz , Carl Friedrich (Author)
Geisweiler , Maria (Translator)
1816
Publisher Pity's Gift: a collection of interesting tales to excite the compassion of youth for the animal creation. Ornamented with vignettes. From the writings of Mr. Pratt. Selected by a Lady. Pratt , Samuel Jackson (Author)
Unknown , [Woman] (Compiler)
1816

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