ID 6761
Name Joseph Fox I
Gender Male
Street Address Westminster Hall
City London
Start Date 1686
End Date 1746
Sources British Book Trade Index 25307
Related Firms Joseph Fox II
Notes From 1736 to 1746, Joseph Fox's son also worked at this shop and took it over at the same address when his father died in 1746.

Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller A hymn to the mob. Defoe , Daniel (Author)
Popping , Sarah (Bookseller)
Boulter , Anne (Bookseller)
and 1 more.
1715
Bookseller A letter to the Earl of O----d, directing him how to make his peace, and obtain his pardon. Unknown , (Author)
Boulter , Anne (Bookseller)
Boulter , S. (Bookseller)
1715?
Bookseller Of the first invention of writing. An essay. Compendiously treating of the whole art. More particularly; of letters, their number, order, and of how many variations capable: of their first invention; by ancient Writers ascribed to Adam himself; and for what Reasons. Of Short-Hand. Of Secret Writing, Decypherable by the Key. Of Arithmetick, &c. Of the Improvement of Writing, at Home and in Foreign Parts: With an Historical Account of the most Eminent Professors of the Art. Also Maxims for attaining Perfection in It; and Observations on the Extensive Use and Application of It. Interspers'd with diverting History and Poetical Entertainments on the Subject. Whereunto are added, several pieces of the hands in use, not before published. By Robert More, Writing-Master and Accomptant, At the Golden Pen in Castle Street near the Mews Charing-Cross. More , Robert (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1716
Bookseller The true Britons vade mecum: or, Queen Anne's last legacy to her good people of England. With the lives, condemnation, and death of six sisters, virgins, and martyrs, in the reign of Queen Mary I. ... By a divine of the Church of England lately deceased. Unknown , (Author)
Boulter , Anne (Bookseller)
Boulter , S. (Bookseller)
and 1 more.
1716
Bookseller Two poems: one on the royal family, and the other on Mr. Addison's being made one of the Lords Commissioners of trade· Unknown , (Author)
Boulter , Anne (Bookseller)
Boulter , S. (Bookseller)
1716
Bookseller The Case of the Acts against the Protestant Dissenters, Consider'd in a Dialogue between Two Clergymen. Lowman , Moses (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1717
Bookseller The dissenters claim of right to a capacity for civil offices. Owen , Charles (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1717
Bookseller The repeal of the act against occasional conformity, consider'd. In a letter to a Member of the Honourable House of Commons. Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
E. , D. (Author)
1717
Publisher A breviate for the scaffold in Westminster-Hall: or, some necessary notes for the tryal of the E. of Oxford. Calculated for the general service of the publick; but more especially for the High-Court of Parliament, the Gentlemen of the Long Robe, and others present at the Tryal. Humbly Dedicated to the Right Honourable the Secret Committee. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1717
Publisher The repeal of the act against occasional conformity, consider'd. In a letter to a Member of the Honourable House of Commons. E. , D. (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1717
Publisher A letter from Edinburgh to Dr. Sherlock, rectifying the committee's notions of sincerity. Defending the whole of the B. of Bangor's doctrine. And maintaining That Religion, not a Profession of it, is Religion; That The Gospel, not a Corruption of it, is The Gospel That Christ, not the Church, is Christ. In which is An Apology for the English Dissenters. With a word or two relating to Mr. Toland. By Gilbert Dalrymple, D.D. The Third Edition Corrected and Enlarged. Legh , George (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1718
Publisher A letter from Edinburgh to Dr. Sherlock, rectifying the committee's notions of sincerity. Defending the whole of the B. of Bangor's doctrine: and maintaining that religion, not a profession of it, is religion; that the Gospel, not a corruption of it, is the Gospel; that Christ, not the church, is Christ. In which is an apology for the English dissenters. With a word or two relating to Mr. Toland. By Gilbert Dalrymple, D.D Legh , George (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1718
Publisher A letter from Edinburgh to Dr. Sherlock, rectifying the committee's notions of sincerity. Defending the whole of the B. of Bangor's doctrine: and Maintaining That Religion, not a Profession of it, is Religion; That The Gospel, not a Corruption of it, is The Gospel; That Christ, not the Church, is Christ. In which is An Apology for the English Dissenters. With a word or two relating to Mr. Toland. By Gilbert Dalrymple, D.D. The Second Edition, corrected. Legh , George (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1718
Publisher A letter from Edinburgh to Dr. Sherlock, rectifying the committee's notions of sincerity. Defending the whole of the B. of Bangor's doctrine. And Maintaining That Religion, not a Profession of it, is Religion; That The Gospel, not a Corruption of it, is the Gospel, That Christ, not the Church, is Christ. In which is An Apology for the English Dissenters. With A Word or two relating to Mr Toland. By Gilbert Dalrymple, D.D. The Fourth Edition with a Pref. & P.S. & Notes. Legh , George (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1719
Publisher An historical account of the plague at Marseilles. Giving a particular relation of all the different occurrences that happen'd during the visitation in that city. Publish'd by authority at Paris, and faithfully translated from the original French. By a Physician. To which is added, a letter from Monsier Pons, physician of the faculty of Montpelier, wrote from Marseilles (while he resided there by order of the regent) to Monsieur de Bon Chevalier, first president of the Court of Aids and Finances of Montpelier; discovering the nature and cause of the pestilence, its symptoms, and the methods and medicines used for the recovery of the infected. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1721
Publisher An historical account of the plague at Marseilles. Giving a particular relation of all the different occurrences that happen'd during the visitation of that city. Publish'd by Authority at Paris, and faithfully translated from the original French. By J. S. M.D. To which is added, a letter from Monsier Pons, Physician of the Faculty of Montpelier, wrote from Marseilles (while he resided there by Order of the Regent) to Monsieur de Bon Chevalier, first President of the Court of Aids and Finances of Montpelier; discovering the Nature and Cause of the Pestilence, its Symptoms, and the Methods and Medicines used for the Recovery of the Infected. The second edition revised: to which is added, a particular and distinct description of the city of Marseilles. Soame , John (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
Billingsley , Jane (Publisher)
1722
Publisher Sir R--d C-ks his farewell sermon; shewing, the Christian religion was not introduced by power and force, nor established by violence. Cocks , Richard (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1722
Publisher The uncharitableness of modern charity, and the infidelity of modern faith, expos'd in a new way: Maintaining That Faith, not the Notion of it, is Faith: That Charity, not the Notion of it, is Charity. And That Living, not Arguing for Faith or Charity, is the Best way of Arguing for Faith or Charity. With an important Remark or two on the late Differences among Some Dissenters. - And a seasonable word or two upon Loyalty. - And a Preface in Praise of Imposition. In a letter to the Reverend Dr. Calamy and Mr. I. Watts. By a theological, thinking layman (of Cambridge.) Whereunto is annex'd, an appendix, Giving some Account of Cassiodorus (an old learned Roman Senator) and his Antique MS. of part of the New Testament, lately discover'd at Verona in Italy. - Herein is inserted his material Passage relating to the Trinity. Whereunto is added, a critical disquisition. By Phileleutherus trinitoniensis. Legh , George (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1722
Publisher The curiosities of common water: or the advantages thereof in preventing and curing many distempers. Gather'd from the writings of several eminent physicians, and also from more than forty years experience. By John Smith, C.M. To which are added, some rules for preservin health by diet. The Second Edition, corrected. Smith , John (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
Billingsley , Jane (Publisher)
1723
Publisher The curiosities of common water: or the advantages thereof in preventing and curing many distempers. Gather'd from the writings of several eminent physicians, and also from more than forty years experience. By John Smith, C.M. To which are added, some rules for preserving health by diet. Smith , John (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
1723
Publisher The highland rogue: Or, The memorable actions of the celebrated Robert Mac-Gregor, commonly called Rob-Roy. Containing a genuine account of his education, grandeur, and sudden misfortune; his commencing robber, and being elected captain of a formidable gang; his exploits on the highway, breaking upon houses, taking prisoners, commencing judge, and levying taxes; his defence of his manner of living; his dispute with a Scotch parson open predestination; his joining with the Earl of Marr in the rebellion; his being decoy'd and imprison'd by the Duke of --------, with the manner of his escape, &c. Introduc'd with a relation of the unequal'd villanies of the clan of the Mac-gregors for several years past. The whole impartially digested from the memorandums of an authentick Scotch MS. B. , E. (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
Billingsley , Jane (Publisher)
1723
Publisher The dumb projector: being a surprizing account of a trip to Holland made by Mr. Duncan Campbell. With The Manner of his Reception and Behaviour there. As also The various and diverting Occurrences that happened on his Departure. Billingsley , Jane (Publisher)
Dodd I , Anne (Publisher)
Haywood , Eliza (Author)
1725
Bookseller An exact list of the Lords spiritual and temporal; shewing by distinct symbols, I. The knights of the garter. II. Of the thistle. III. Of the Bath. IV. Privy-Counsellours. V. The Scotch Peers. VI. The Peers under Age. Vii. Others who are not qualify'd to sit in the House. Viii. The Lords and Ladies who walk'd in the Procession to their Majesties Coronation, and the Order each Rank walked in, by Figures. Also, a true compleat double list of the knights and commissioners of shires, citizens and burgesses, returned to serve in the Parliament summoned to meet Nov. 28. 1727. and from thence prorogued to Jan. 23. 1727-8. being the first Parliament of K. George II. and the Seventh of Great Britain (since the Union) digested in such a Method, that if either the Person or Place be known, the rest may be immediately found. viz. I. The Counties, Cities and Boroughs in Alphabetical Order, with the Names of their Representatives against the same respectively. II. The Names of the Members, with their respective City, County, or Borough, against the same, distinguishing the new Members, and specifying how many Parliaments the old have served in. Contrived either to Stitch or Frame. To which is added, the names of such gentlemen of the last Parliament who are left out of the present. The second edition, with alterations. Parliament of Great Britain , House of Commons (Author)
Parliament of Great Britain , House of Lords (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
and 1 more.
1728
Bookseller A Complete Catalogue of all the Discourses Written, Both for and against Popery, in the Time of King James II. Containing in the Whole, An Account of Four Hundred and Fifty seven Books and Pamphlets, a great Number of them not mentioned in the three former Catalogues. With References after each Title, for the more speedy finding of a further Account of the said Discourses, and of their Authors, in sundry Writers: and an Alphabetical List of the Writers on each Side. A tract very necessary for these Times, and for all those who are desirous to complete their Sets of those Pieces, or would sort them to the best Advantage. Drawn up in a new Method, by Francis Peck, M.A. rector of Godeby, near Melton in Leicestershire. Peck , Frances (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Bookseller)
and 1 more.
1735
Publisher Apollo; a poem: or the Origin of the world assign'd. With reflections upon human nature. By Mr. Cannon, of Gray's-Inn. Cannon , Thomas (Author)
Dodd II , Anne (Publisher)
1744

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