ID 717
Name William Darton, Joseph Harvey, and Samuel Darton
Gender Unknown
Street Address 55 Gracechurch Street
City London
Start Date 1810
End Date 1819

Titles

Displaying 25 titles of 104 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Bookseller History of the red-breast family. Being an introduction to the Fabulous history, written by S. Trimmer. Trimmer, Sarah 1793
Publisher Martin & James, or the reward of integrity; a moral tale. Designed for the improvement of children. Peacock, Lucy 1798
Publisher Mrs. Lovechild's book of three hundred and thirty-six cuts for children. Fenn, Ellenor 1810
Publisher Mungo, the little traveller: a work compiled for the instruction and amusement of youth. Mister, Mary 1810
Publisher Patty Primrose; or, The Parsonage House. By the author of "A Visit for a Week," &c. &c. Peacock, Lucy 1810
Bookseller Familiar letters, addressed to children and young persons of the middle ranks. Coltman, Elizabeth 1811
Publisher Aunt Mary's tales, for the entertainment and improvement of little girls: addressed to her nieces. Hughes, Mary Robson 1811
Publisher Costumes of different nations, in miniature, from drawings by Alfred Mills. With descriptions. Wakefield, Priscilla 1811
Publisher French scholar's depository; in which are gradually developed, the most important elements of French conversation. By Ann Lindley. Lindley, Ann 1811
Publisher Outlines of English History, in Verse. By Elizabeth Rowse. Rowse, Elizabeth 1811
Publisher Pictures of English history, in miniature, designed by Alfred Mills. With descriptions. Wakefield, Priscilla 1811
Publisher Sketches of human manners: delineated in stories intended to illustrate the characters, religion, and singular customs of the inhabitants of different parts of the world. By Priscilla Wakefield. Wakefield, Priscilla 1811
Publisher Tales from the mountains. Intended for the instruction and amusement of youth. By the author of Mungo, the little traveller. Mister, Mary 1811
Publisher The juvenile travellers: containing the remarks of a family during a tour through the principal states and kingdoms of Europe: with an account of their inhabitants, natural productions and curiosities. By Priscilla Wakefield. Wakefield, Priscilla 1811
Bookseller The Poetical Monitor: Consisting of Pieces Select and Original, for the Improvement of the Young in Virtue and Piety; Intended to Succeed Dr Watts's Divine and Moral Songs. 1812
Publisher Pictures of Roman history, in miniature, designed by Alfred Mills, with explanatory anecdotes. Wakefield, Priscilla 1812
Publisher Tales for children, in a familiar style. By Maria Joseph Crabb. Crabb, Maria Joseph 1812
Publisher The Mother's Fables, in Verse. Designed, through the Medium of Amusement, to Correct Some of the Faults and Follies of Children. Aveline, E. L. 1812
Publisher Aunt Mary's tales, for the entertainment and improvement of little boys. Addressed to her nephews. Hughes, Mary Robson 1813
Publisher Aunt Mary's tales, for the entertainment and improvement of little girls: addressed to her nieces. Hughes, Mary Robson 1813
Publisher Beasts, birds and fishes. From Original poems with pictures for children. O'Keeffe, Adelaide 1813
Publisher Deaf and dumb! By the author of "The twin sisters," &c. &c. Sandham, Elizabeth 1813
Publisher Historical Questions on the Kings of England, in Verse. Calculated to Fix on the Minds of Children, Some of the Most Striking Events of Each Reign. By Louisa Brown, authoress of 'The mythology in verse.' Brown, Louisa 1813
Publisher Mrs. Lovechild's book of three hundred and thirty-six cuts for children. Fenn, Ellenor 1813
Publisher Patty Primrose; or, The Parsonage House. By the author of "A Visit for a Week," &c. &c. Peacock, Lucy 1813

Recommended Citation

"William Darton, Joseph Harvey, and Samuel Darton" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 717 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/717. Accessed 2021-05-06.

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