ID 6563
Name T. and J. Swords
Gender Unknown
Street Address 160 Pearl Street
City New York
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Memoirs of the late Mrs. Robinson, written by herself. With some posthumous pieces. In two volumes. Robinson , Mary (Author)
1802
Printer A concise system of English grammar, selected and abridged for the use of schools. By Mary Palmer, Teacher of a Grammar School in New-York. Copy-right secured. Palmer , Mary (Author)
1803
Bookseller Religious pieces. Pious reflections for every day of the month, by Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray; with some account of his life. The superiority of religious views, by John Langhorne, D.D. The choice and criterion of religion, by the Rev. J. Moir, A.M. Of gaining the favour of God, by Mrs. Chapone. Fénelon , François de Salignac de La Mothe (Author)
Langhorne , John (Author)
Chapone , Hester Mulso (Author)
and 1 more.
1806
Bookseller An attempt to familiarize the Church catechism. For the use of schools and families. By Mrs. Trimmer. First American, from the third London Edition. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1807
Bookseller The Contrast. By Maria Edgeworth. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1807
Bookseller To-Morrow; or, The Dangers of Delay. By Maria Edgeworth. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
Jarvis , John Wesley (Illustrator)
Anderson , Alexander (Engraver)
1807
Printer An attempt to familiarize the Church catechism. For the use of schools and families. By Mrs. Trimmer. First American, from the third London Edition. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1807
Publisher The wild Irish girl, a national tale. By Miss Owenson, author of the Novice of St. Dominick, &c. &c. Owenson , Sydney (Author)
Harrisson , Margaret (Publisher)
1807
Bookseller The works of Mark Akinside M.D, in verse and prose; with his life, a facsimile of his hand-writing, and an essay on the first poem, by Mrs. Barbauld. Akenside , Mark (Author)
Barbauld , Anna Laetitia (Author)
Anderson , Alexander (Engraver)
1808
Printer An antidote to the miseries of human life, in the history of the Widow Placid and her daughter Rachael. The first American, from the second London, edition. Corp , Harriet (Author)
1808
Publisher The lay of an Irish harp; or Metrical fragments. By Miss Owenson. Owenson , Sydney (Author)
Harrisson , Margaret (Publisher)
Anderson , Alexander (Engraver)
1808
Bookseller Coelebs in search of a wife. Comprehending observations on domestic habits and manners, religion and morals. The Second American Edition. In two volumes. More , Hannah (Author)
1809
Printer Coelebs in search of a wife. Comprehending observations on domestic habits and manners, religion and morals. The Second American Edition. In two volumes. More , Hannah (Author)
1809
Publisher Coelebs in search of a wife. Comprehending observations on domestic habits and manners, religion and morals. From the second London edition. In two volumes. More , Hannah (Author)
1809
Printer The medley. By Catharine Weller. Weller , Catharine (Author)
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
Bookseller Holidays at home. Written for the amusement of young persons. By Charlotte Saunders. Sanders , Charlotte (Author)
1814
Printer Holidays at home. Written for the amusement of young persons. By Charlotte Saunders. Sanders , Charlotte (Author)
1814
Printer Claverston; or, The infidel's visit. First American Edition. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1831

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