ID 6703
Name Thomas Warner
Gender Male
Street Address Black Boy in Pater-Noster-Row
City London
Start Date 1717
End Date 1733
Sources British Book Trade Index 73208
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Titles

Displaying 1–25 of 29

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller The Rochester pad, relating to the dispute between Balaam and his ass, whose cunnings be---- in some things very different. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1719
Publisher The adventures, and surprizing deliverances, of James Dubourdieu, and his wife: who were taken by pyrates, and carried to the uninhabited-part of the Isle of Paradise. Containing a Description of that Country, its Laws, Religion, and Customs: Of Their being at last released; and how they came to Paris, where they are still living. Also the adventures of Alexander Vendchurch, whose Ship's Chew Rebelled against him, and set him on Shore on an Island in the South-Sea, where he liv'd five Years, five Months, and seven Days; and was at last providentially releas'd by a Jamaica Ship. Written by himself. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1719
Bookseller The Portraiture and Character of His Royal Highness Prince Frederick, Duke of Glocester. Hammond , Anthony (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1720
Publisher The life, adventures, and pyracies, of the famous Captain Singleton: Containing an Account of his being set on Shore in the Island of Madagascar, his Settlement there, with a Description of the Place and Inhabitants: Of his Passage from thence, in a Paraguay, to the main Land of Africa, with an Account of the Customs and Manners of the People: His great Deliverances from the barbarous Natives and wild Beasts: Of his meeting with an Englishman, a Citizen of London, among the Indians, the great Riches he acquired, and his Voyage Home to England: As also Captain Singleton's Return to Sea, with an Account of his many Adventures and Pyracies with the famous Captain Avery and others. Defoe , Daniel (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1720
Publisher The third volume of the compleat history of the lives, robberies, piracies, and murders committed by the most notorious rogues, &c. From the Time of Edward the Confessor. With the Famous Sermon Preach'd by Bernard Sympson a Monk, to a Gang of High way-men in a Wood near Maidenhead-Thicket. Printed from the Original M. S. out of the Bodleian Library in Oxford. Together with The Continuation of the wicked Lives of highway-men, murderers, foot-pads, house-breakers, shoplipts, water-pads, kid-lays, hook-pole-lays, molly-lays, bumming-lays, and the surprizing Adventures of several famous pirates, down to the present Time. With the Thieves grammar whereby the Art of Thieving, is fully detected. A Key to the Art of Thieving; newly discovered, whereby several secret Mysteries are unlocked, for the good of the Publick. Never before Printed. Written by Capt. Alex. Smith. Adorn'd with cuts. Smith , Alexander (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1720
Publisher The art of governing. Shewing, I. The several sorts of governments at this time establish'd in Europe; from which is taken the best Kind of Government for a Free People, as that of England, &c. II. Of the abuse of government, by publick ministers, in respect to liberty, &c. on the Maxim in Law, The King can do no Wrong; with the Character of a Modern Statesman, and the great Lord Bacon's Advice to a Courtier. III. Of freedom and slavery, as to Government; manifesting, that by the extraordinary Use, or the Non-Use of National Laws, and general Corruptions, they may be much the same Thing. IV. Of the Parliament of England, and the Frequency of British Parliaments; proving the latter not only the Fundamental Right of this Nation, but that Liberty is grounded upon, and cannot Subsist without it. The Second Edition. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1722
Publisher The art of governing. Shewing, I. The several sorts of governments at this time establish'd in Europe; from which is taken the best Kind of Government for a Free People, as that of England, &c. II. Of the abuse of governments, by publick ministers, in respect to liberty, &c. on the Maxim in Law, The King can do no Wrong; with the Character of a Modern Statesman, and the great Lord Bacon's Advice to a Courtier. III. Of freedom and slavery, as to Government; manifesting, that by the extraordinary Use, or the Non-Use of National Laws, and general Corruptions, they may be much the same Thing. IV. Of the Parliament of England, and the Frequency of British Parliaments; proving the latter not only the Fundamental Right of this Nation, but that Liberty is grounded upon, and cannot Subsist without it. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1722
Bookseller Every-Body's business, is no-body's business; or, private abuses, publick grievances: exemplified in the pride, insolence, and exorbitant wages of our women-servants, footmen, &c. With a proposal for amendment of the same; as also for clearing the Streets of those Vermin call'd Shoe-Cleaners, and substituting in their stead many Thousands of Industrious Poor, now ready to starve. With divers other Hints, of great Use to the Publick. Humbly submitted to the Consideration of our Legislature, and the careful perusal of all Masters and Mistresses of Families. By Andrew Moreton, Esq; Defoe , Daniel (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1725
Bookseller Every-body's business, is no-body's business; or, private abuses, publick grievances: exemplified in the pride, insolence, and exorbitant wages of our women-servants, footmen, &c. With a proposal for amendment of the same; as also for clearing the Streets of those Vermin call'd Shoe-Cleaners, and substituting in their stead many Thousands of Industrious Poor, now ready to starve. With divers other Hints, of great Use to the Publick. Humbly submitted to the Consideration of our Legislature, and the careful perusal of all Masters and Mistresses of Families. By Andrew Moreton, Esq; The Fifth Edition, with the Addition of a Preface. Defoe , Daniel (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1725
Bookseller Every-Body's business, is no-body's business; or, private abuses, publick grievances: exemplified in the pride, insolence, and exorbitant wages of our women-servants, footmen, &c. With a proposal for amendment of the same; as also for clearing the Streets of those Vermin call'd Shoe-Cleaners, and substituting in their stead many Thousands of Industrious Poor, now ready to starve. With divers other Hints, of great Use to the Publick. Humbly submitted to the Consideration of our Legislature, and the careful perusal of all Masters and Mistresses of Families. By Andrew Moreton, Esq; The Fourth Edition, corrected. Defoe , Daniel (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1725
Bookseller Every-Body's business, is No-Body's Business; or, private abuses, publick grievances: exemplified in the pride, Insolence, and exorbitant wages of our women-servants, footmen, &c. With a proposal for amendment of the same; as also for clearing the Streets of those Vermin call'd Shoe-Cleaners, and substituting in their stead many Thousands of Industrious Poor, now ready to starve. With divers other Hints, of great Use to the Publick. Humbly submitted to the Consideration of our Legislature, and the careful perusal of all Masters and Mistresses of Families. By Andrew Moreton, Esq; The Second Edition Defoe , Daniel (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1725
Bookseller Every-Body's business, is no-body's business; or, private abuses, publick grievances: exemplified in the pride, insolence, and exorbitant wages of our women-servants, footmen, &c. With a proposal for amendment of the same; as also for clearing the Streets of those Vermin call'd Shoe-Cleaners, and substituting in their stead many Thousands of Industrious Poor, now ready to starve. With divers other Hints, of great Use to the Publick. Humbly submitted to the Consideration of our Legislature, and the careful perusal of all Masters and Mistresses of Families. By Andrew Moreton, Esq; The Third Edition. Defoe , Daniel (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1725
Bookseller God's mercies to Great Britain. A sermon preach'd before the University of Cambridge, May XXIX. MDCCXX. on Psalm cvii. 43. Whoso is wise, and will observe those Things, even they shall understand the loving Kindness of the Lord. By John Holdsworth, M. A. John , Holdsworth (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1725
Bookseller A modest plea for the British distillery. In a letter from a country gentleman, to a member of Parliament. Unknown , [Man] (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1726
Bookseller A Narrative of the barbarous and unheard of murder of Mr. John Hayes, by Catherine his wife, Thomas Billings, and Thomas Wood, in the 1st of March at night. Wherein every minute circumstance attending that horrid affair, and the wonderful providence of God in the discovery of the actors therein, are faithfully and impartially related. Together with the examinations and consessions of the said Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood before several of His Majesty's justices of the peace. As also the copy of a fictitious letter that Catherine Hayes sent, as from her husband, to his mother in Worcestershire after his death; and the mother's answer thereto: with some account of the wicked life and conversation of the said Catherine, and likewise of those of Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood. To which are prefix'd, their true and exact effigies, drawn from the life, and curiously engraved on copper. Published with the approbation of the relations and friends of the said Mr. John Hayes. The Third Edition. Dodd I , Anne (Printer)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
and 2 more.
1726
Bookseller A narrative of the barbarous and unheard of murder of Mr. John Hayes, by Catherine his wife, Thomas Billings, and Thomas Wood, on the 1st of March at night Wherein every minute Circumstance attending that Horrid Affair, and the wonderful Providence of God in the Discovery of the Actors therein, are faithfully and impartially related. Together with the Examinations and Confessions of the said Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood before several of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace. As also the Copy of a fictitious Letter that Catherine Hayes sent, as from her Husband, to his Mother in Worcestershire after his Death; and the Mother's Answer thereto: With some Account of the wicked Life and Conversation of the said Catherine, and likewise of those of Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood. To which are prefix'd, Their true and exact Effigies, drawn from the Life, and curiously engraved on Copper. Published with the Approbation of the Relations and Friends of the said Mr. John Hayes. The Second Edition. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 2 more.
1726
Bookseller A narrative of the barbarous and unheard of murder of Mr. John Hayes, by Catherine his wife, Thomas Billings, and Thomas Wood, on the 1st of March at night. ... To which is prefix'd, their true and exact effigies, drawn from the life, and curiously engraved on copper. Published with the approbation of the relations and friends of the said Mr. John Hayes. Dodd I , Anne (Printer)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
and 2 more.
1726
Bookseller A narrative of the barbarous and unheard of murder of Mr. John Hayes, by Catherine his wife, Thomas Billings, and Thomas Wood, on the 1st of March at night. Wherein every minute Circumstance attending that Horrid Affair, and the wonderful Providence of God in the Discovery of the Actors therein, are faithfully and impartially related. Together with the Examinations and Confessions of the said Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood before several of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace. As also the Copy of a fictitious Letter that Catherine Hayes sent, as from her Husband, to his Mother in Worcestershire after his Death; and the Mother's Answer thereto: With some Account of the wicked Life and Conversation of the said Catherine, and likewise of those of Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood. To which is prefix'd, their true and exact effigies, drawn from the life, and curiously engraved on copper. Published with the approbation of the relations and friends of the said Mr. John Hayes. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 2 more.
1726
Printer A Narrative of the barbarous and unheard of murder of Mr. John Hayes, by Catherine his wife, Thomas Billings, and Thomas Wood, in the 1st of March at night. Wherein every minute circumstance attending that horrid affair, and the wonderful providence of God in the discovery of the actors therein, are faithfully and impartially related. Together with the examinations and consessions of the said Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood before several of His Majesty's justices of the peace. As also the copy of a fictitious letter that Catherine Hayes sent, as from her husband, to his mother in Worcestershire after his death; and the mother's answer thereto: with some account of the wicked life and conversation of the said Catherine, and likewise of those of Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood. To which are prefix'd, their true and exact effigies, drawn from the life, and curiously engraved on copper. Published with the approbation of the relations and friends of the said Mr. John Hayes. The Third Edition. Dodd I , Anne (Printer)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
and 2 more.
1726
Printer A narrative of the barbarous and unheard of murder of Mr. John Hayes, by Catherine his wife, Thomas Billings, and Thomas Wood, on the 1st of March at night Wherein every minute Circumstance attending that Horrid Affair, and the wonderful Providence of God in the Discovery of the Actors therein, are faithfully and impartially related. Together with the Examinations and Confessions of the said Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood before several of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace. As also the Copy of a fictitious Letter that Catherine Hayes sent, as from her Husband, to his Mother in Worcestershire after his Death; and the Mother's Answer thereto: With some Account of the wicked Life and Conversation of the said Catherine, and likewise of those of Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood. To which are prefix'd, Their true and exact Effigies, drawn from the Life, and curiously engraved on Copper. Published with the Approbation of the Relations and Friends of the said Mr. John Hayes. The Second Edition. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 2 more.
1726
Printer A narrative of the barbarous and unheard of murder of Mr. John Hayes, by Catherine his wife, Thomas Billings, and Thomas Wood, on the 1st of March at night. ... To which is prefix'd, their true and exact effigies, drawn from the life, and curiously engraved on copper. Published with the approbation of the relations and friends of the said Mr. John Hayes. Dodd I , Anne (Printer)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
and 2 more.
1726
Publisher A narrative of the barbarous and unheard of murder of Mr. John Hayes, by Catherine his wife, Thomas Billings, and Thomas Wood, on the 1st of March at night. Wherein every minute Circumstance attending that Horrid Affair, and the wonderful Providence of God in the Discovery of the Actors therein, are faithfully and impartially related. Together with the Examinations and Confessions of the said Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood before several of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace. As also the Copy of a fictitious Letter that Catherine Hayes sent, as from her Husband, to his Mother in Worcestershire after his Death; and the Mother's Answer thereto: With some Account of the wicked Life and Conversation of the said Catherine, and likewise of those of Thomas Billings and Thomas Wood. To which is prefix'd, their true and exact effigies, drawn from the life, and curiously engraved on copper. Published with the approbation of the relations and friends of the said Mr. John Hayes. Unknown , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 2 more.
1726
Publisher The peaceable layman and military churchman delineated: In an Humble address to the Church and State of Great Britain: but More particularly offer'd to the Consideration of the New Academy of the Oratory; as a Theme of Peace, Eloquence, and Great Actions. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1726
Bookseller An account of the ceremonies observed at the coronation of the kings and queens of England. I. A description of the royal crowns, scepters, &c, II. The Form of the Royal Letters of Summons sent to the Peers and Peeresses to assist at the Coronation. III. The Ceremony of presenting the Regalia to their Majesties in Westminster-Hall, and of the Grand Procession from thence to the Abbey. IV. The Ceremony of the Coronation, as it is performed in the Church, with the King's Oath, and the Homage of the Nobles to his Majesty. V. The Anointing, Crowning, and Inthronizing of a Queen Consort. VI. The Recess and Manner of their Majesties Return to Westminster-Hall. Vii. The Ceremony of the Services done by several Lords of Manors, and of the Champion's entering the Hall, with the Form of his Challenge, and the Heralds Proclaiming the King's Stile, &c. Extracted from several Antient and Modern Histories of the Coronations of the Kings and Queens of England, and from several publick Records, &c. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
1727
Publisher Liberty: or, the meeting of the Parliament. A poem. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1728

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