ID 709
Name John White [Fleet Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 63 Fleet Street
City London
Start Date 1798
End Date 1811
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer Professed cookery: containing boiling, roasting, pastry, preserving, potting, pickling, made-wines, gellies, and part of confectionaries. With an essay upon the lady's art of cookery. By Ann Cook, teacher of the true art of cookery. Cook , Ann (Author)
1754
Printer The medley: consisting of thirty-one essays, on various subjects. Presented by the author to one of the governesses of the Lying-In Hospital, in Newcastle. To be printed for the benefit of that charity. Gomeldon , Jane (Author)
1766
Bookseller The good shepherd; or, the true character of the son of God stated and indicated, in two discourses, as delivered in Ship-Lane Chapel, Wisbech, September 14, 1794. By S. Fisher. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Fisher , Samuel (Author)
1794
Printer A dialogue between Clara Neville and Louisa Mills, on loyalty, &c. Recommended to the attention of every female in Great Britain. By one of their countrywomen. Dawbarn , Elizabeth (Author)
1794
Printer The good shepherd; or, the true character of the son of God stated and indicated, in two discourses, as delivered in Ship-Lane Chapel, Wisbech, September 14, 1794. By S. Fisher. Gurney , Martha (Bookseller)
Fisher , Samuel (Author)
1794
Publisher A treatise on leases and terms for years. By Matthew Bacon, Of The Middle Temple, Esq. Newbery , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Bacon , Matthew (Author)
1798
Bookseller The knyghte of the golden locks: an ancyent poem, applicable to the present times, selected from many others in the possession of Mrs. Morgan. Morgan (née Gibbs) , Mary (Editor)
1799
Printer The knyghte of the golden locks: an ancyent poem, applicable to the present times, selected from many others in the possession of Mrs. Morgan. Morgan (née Gibbs) , Mary (Editor)
1799
Bookseller A short history of insects, (extracted from works of credit) designed as an introduction to the study of that branch of natural history, and as a pocket companion to those who visit the Leverian Museum. Newbery , Elizabeth (Publisher)
Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1800
Bookseller Prospectus of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, incorporated by charter MDCCC. Patron, the King. With a copy of the charter, and a list of the subscribers. Unknown , (Author)
Vernor , Ann (Bookseller)
1800
Bookseller The eternal existence of the Son of God, shewn to be a doctrine of scripture, in a short exposition of the eighth chapter of Proverbs. By Mrs. Dawbarn. Dawbarn , Elizabeth (Author)
1800
Printer The eternal existence of the Son of God, shewn to be a doctrine of scripture, in a short exposition of the eighth chapter of Proverbs. By Mrs. Dawbarn. Dawbarn , Elizabeth (Author)
1800
Publisher An history of marine architecture. Including an enlarged and progressive view of the nautical regulations and naval history, both civil and military, of all nations, especially of Great Britain; derived chiefly from original manuscripts, as well in private collections as in the great public repositories: and deduced from the earliest period to the present time. In three volumes. Vol. I. By John Charnock, Esq. F.S.A. Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
Charnock , John (Author)
1800
Bookseller A Poetical Introduction to the Study of Botany. By Frances Arabella Rowden. Rowden , Frances Arabella (Author)
1801
Publisher An history of marine architecture. Including an enlarged and progressive view of the nautical regulations and naval history, both civil and military, of all nations, especially of Great Britain; derived chiefly from original manuscripts, as well in private collections as in the great public repositories: and deduced from the earliest period to the present time. In three volumes. Vol. II. By John Charnock, Esq. F.S.A. Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
Charnock , John (Author)
1801
Publisher An history of marine architecture. Including an enlarged and progressive view of the nautical regulations and naval history, both civil and military, of all nations, especially of Great Britain; derived chiefly from original manuscripts, as well in private collections as in the great public repositories: and deduced from the earliest period to the present time. In three volumes. Vol. III. By John Charnock, Esq. F.S.A. Vernor , Ann (Publisher)
Charnock , John (Author)
1802
Publisher The Soldier of Dierenstein; or, Love and Mercy. An Austrian Story, by H. S. H. The M. of A—. Craven , Elizabeth (Author)
1802
Publisher Poems, Suggested Chiefly by Scenes in Asia-Minor, Syria, and Greece, with Prefaces, Extracted from the Author's Journal. Embellished with Two Views of the Source of the Scamander, and the Aquaduct over the Simois. By the Late J.D. Carlyle, B.D. F.R.S.E. Chancellor of Carlisle, Vicar of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Professor of Arabic in the University of Cambridge, and Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of Durham. Carlyle , Susanna Maria (Editor)
Carlyle , Joseph Dacre (Author)
1805
Publisher The Gardens, a Poem. Translated from the French of the Abbé de Lille. By Mrs. Montolieu. The Second Edition. Delille , Jacques (Author)
Montolieu , Maria Henrietta (Translator)
1805

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