ID 655
Name Frances Houlston and Son [Wellington]
Gender Female
Street Address Market Place
City Wellington
Start Date 1804
End Date 1839
Sources
Related People Houlston, Frances
Related Firms Frances Houlston and Stoneman
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Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller The Museum. By Charlotte Elizabeth. Tonna , Charlotte Elizabeth (Browne) Phelan (Author)
1833
Publisher Original poetry for infant and juvenile minds: in two parts. By Lucy Joynes. Fifth edition. Joynes , Lucy (Author)
Houlston , Frances (Publisher)
1833
Publisher The lady of the manor. Being a series of conversations on the subject of confirmation. Intended for the use of the middle and higher ranks of young females. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of "Little Henry and his bearer," &c. &c. Volume IV. Third edition. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
Houlston , Frances (Publisher)
1833
Publisher The lady of the manor. Being a series of conversations on the subject of confirmation. Intended for the use of the middle and higher ranks of young females. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of 'Little Henry and his bearer,' &c. &c. Volume II. Third edition. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
Houlston , Frances (Publisher)
1833
Publisher The lady of the manor. Being a series of conversations on the subject of confirmation. Intended for the use of the middle and higher ranks of young females. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of 'Little Henry and his bearer,' &c. &c. Volume V. Third edition. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
Houlston , Frances (Publisher)
1833
Publisher Christmas-Day; or, the Friends. A Tale. Fifth Edition. Martineau , Harriet (Author)
Houlston , Frances (Publisher)
1834
Publisher Nothing at All. Fifth edition. Unknown , (Author)
Houlston , Frances (Publisher)
1834
Publisher The history of Fidelity and Profession. By Mrs. Cameron. Cameron , Lucy Lyttelton (Author)
Houlston , Frances (Publisher)
1834
Publisher The lady of the manor. Being a series of conversations on the subject of confirmation. Intended for the use of the middle and higher ranks of young females. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of 'Little Henry and his bearer,' &c. &c. Volume I. Fourth edition. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
Houlston , Frances (Publisher)
1834
Publisher The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror; Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories and interesting tales. Chiefly Translated from that Much Admired Work, L'Ami des Enfans. Illustrated with engravings on Wood, by George Baxter. Nineteenth Edition. Berquin , Arnaud (Author)
Stockdale , Mary (Translator)
1835
Publisher The lady of the manor. Being a series of conversations on the subject of confirmation. Intended for the use of the middle and higher ranks of young females. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of 'Little Henry and his bearer,' &c. &c. Volume VI. Third Edition. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
Houlston , Frances (Publisher)
1836

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