ID 6513
Name Isaac Riley
Gender Male
Street Address 4 City-Hotel
City New York
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer Thaddeus of Warsaw. Four volumes in two. By Miss Porter. Porter , Jane (Author)
1809
Publisher Thaddeus of Warsaw. Four volumes in two. By Miss Porter. Porter , Jane (Author)
1809
Printer Coelebs in search of a wife; comprehending observations on domestic habits and manners, religion and morals. Fifth American from the Ninth London Edition. In two volumes. More , Hannah (Author)
1810
Printer The Saracen, or Matilda and Malek Adhel, a Crusade-romance, from the French of Madame Cottin, with an historical introduction, by J. Michaud, the French editor. Four volumes in two. Cottin , Sophie (Author)
Michaud , Joseph-François (Introducer)
1810
Publisher A sequel to An antidote to the miseries of human life, containing a further account of Mrs. Placid and her daughter Rachel. By the author of the Antidote. Corp , Harriet (Author)
1810
Publisher Coelebs in search of a wife; comprehending observations on domestic habits and manners, religion and morals. Fifth American from the Ninth London Edition. In two volumes. More , Hannah (Author)
1810
Publisher Thaddeus of Warsaw. Four volumes in two. By Miss Porter. Second American edition. Porter , Jane (Author)
1810
Publisher The Saracen, or Matilda and Malek Adhel, a Crusade-romance, from the French of Madame Cottin, with an historical introduction, by J. Michaud, the French editor. Four volumes in two. Cottin , Sophie (Author)
Michaud , Joseph-François (Introducer)
1810
Printer The Saracen, or Matilda and Malek Adhel, a Crusade romance, from the French of Madame Cottin, with an historical introduction, by J. Michaud, the French editor. Four volumes in two. Cottin , Sophie (Author)
Michaud , Joseph-François (Introducer)
1811
Publisher The maternal physician; a treatise on the nurture and management of infants, from the birth until two years old. Being the result of sixteen years' experience in the nursery. Illustrated by extracts from the most approved medical authors. By an American matron. Tyler , Mary Palmer (Author)
1811
Publisher The comic adventures of Old Mother Hubbard and her dog; Illustrated with fifteen copper-plate engravings. Martin , Sarah Catherine (Author)
Charles , William (Engraver)
1813
Publisher The mirror of the graces; or, The English lady's costume. Combining and harmonizing taste and judgment, elegance and grace, modesty, simplicity, and economy, with fashion in dress; and adapting the various articles of female embellishments to different ages, forms, and complexions; to the seasons of the year, rank, and situation in life: : with useful advice on female accomplishments, politeness and manners; the cultivation of the mind and the disposition and carriage of the body: offering also the most efficacious means of preserving beauty, health, and loveliness. : The whole according with the general principles of nature and rules of propriety. By a lady of distinction, who has witnessed, and attentively studied, what is esteemed truly graceful and elegant amongst the most refined nations of Europe. Leney , William Satchwell (Engraver)
Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1813
Publisher Duty, or, The White Cottage. A Novel. By the late Mrs. Roberts, author of "Rose and Emily:" interspersed with poetry; and preceded by a character of the author, by Mrs. Opie. In two volumes. Roberts , Margaret Wade (Contributor)
Opie , Amelia (Author)
1815
Publisher The mirror of the graces; or, The English lady's costume. Combining and harmonizing taste and judgment, elegance and grace, modesty, simplicity, and economy, with fashion in dress; and adapting the various articles of female embellishments to different ages, forms, and complexions; to the seasons of the year, rank, and situation in life: : with useful advice on female accomplishments, politeness and manners; the cultivation of the mind and the disposition and carriage of the body: offering also the most efficacious means of preserving beauty, health, and loveliness. The whole according with the general principles of nature and rules of propriety. By a lady of distinction, who has witnessed, and attentively studied, what is esteemed truly graceful and elegant amongst the most refined nations of Europe Leney , William Satchwell (Engraver)
Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1815
Publisher The recluse of Norway. By Miss Anna Maria Porter. In four volumes. Porter , Anna Maria (Author)
Gimbrede , Thomas (Engraver)
1815
Publisher Thaddeus of Warsaw. Four volumes in two. By Miss Porter. Third American edition. Porter , Jane (Author)
1817
Publisher 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

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