ID 7215
Name William Taylor
Gender Male
Street Address Ship in Paternoster Row
City London
Start Date 1700
End Date 1723
Sources British Book Trade Index 68329
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Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Bookseller Miscellany poems, on several occasions. Written by a lady. Finch , Anne (Author)
1713.
Bookseller Miscellany poems, on several occasions. Written by the Right Honble Anne, Countess of Winchilsea. Finch , Anne (Author)
1713
Bookseller Miscellany poems, on several occasions. Written by the Right Honble Anne, Countess of Winchilsea. Finch , Anne (Author)
1713
Bookseller Electra, A Tragedy. Translated from the Greek of Sophocles. Sophocles , (Author)
Unknown , (Translator)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Bookseller Poems on several occasions, viz. The prevalence of custom. Written by the Right Honourable Anne, Countess of Winchelsea. Finch , Anne (Author)
1714
Bookseller The Cid: or, the heroick daughter. A tragedy. Corneille , Pierre (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
Ozell , John (Translator)
1714
Bookseller The divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ, proved to be the primitive and apostolick doctrine of the Catholick Church: with a curious remark on the validity of the Sibylline oracles. Translated from the Latin of the Right Reverend Dr. George Bull, late Lord Bishop of St. David's. By a presbyter of the Church of England. Bull , George (Translator)
Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Bookseller The life and character of Jane Shore, collected from our best historians, chiefly from the writings of Sir Thomas More, Who was Her Cotemporary, and Personally knew Her. Humbly offer'd to the readers and spectators of her tragedy written by Mr. Rowe. Inscrib'd to Mrs. Old Field. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Bookseller The life and character of Jane Shore. Collected from our best historians, chiefly from the writings of Sir Thomas More; Who was her Cotemporary, and Personally knew her. Humbly offer'd to the readers and spectators of her tragedy written by Mr. Rowe. Inscrib'd to Mrs. Oldfield. The Second Edition. Unknown , (Author)
Dodd I , Anne (Bookseller)
1714
Bookseller The works of Mr. William Shakespear, in nine volumes: with his life, by N. Rowe Esq; Adorn'd with cuts. To the last volume is prefix'd, I. An essay on the art, rise, and progress of the stage, in Greece, Rome, and England. II. Observations upon the most sublime passages in this author. III. A Glossary, explaining the antiquated words made use of throughout his works. Shakespeare , William (Author)
Rowe , Nicholas (Author)
Sanger , Katherine (Publisher)
1714
Bookseller Memoirs of Prince Eugene of Savoy. Containing all his military actions, his Negotiations in several Courts of Europe, and other Events of his Life, as well Gallant as Political. Intermix'd with Variety of Adventures of Gentlemen and Officers of the Imperial and Confederate Armies in Hungary, Italy, and the Netherlands, where Prince Evgene commanded. Written by a gentleman who constantly follow'd that Prince. Translated from the French. In two volumes. d'Artanville , M. (Author)
Sanger , Katherine (Publisher)
1716
Bookseller The analysis of the law: being a scheme, or, abstract, of the several titles and partitions of the law of England, digested into method. By Sir Matthew Hale, Kt. late Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench. The second edition corrected: with the addition of an alphabetical table. Hale , Matthew (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1716
Bookseller The history of the common law of England. Divided into twelve chapters. By Sir Matthew Hale, Kt. late Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench. The second edition corrected. Hale , Matthew (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1716
Bookseller Emblems, divine and moral; together with Hieroglyphicks of the life of man. Written by Francis Quarles. Quarles , Francis (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1718
Publisher Lex mercatoria: or, the merchant's companion. Containing all the laws and statutes relating to merchandize. Wherein our trade with foreign nations is illustrated; Our Trade in general amongst our selves explained, with what belongs to particular Companies, and incorporated Bodies; the several Charters by which they are establish'd, and all Maritime Affairs, in the Way of Traffick, are concisely treated of, under the Heads of Merchants and Owners of Ships, Masters, Mariners, Pilots, Freight, and Charter-parties of Affreightment, Insurance, Bottomry, Customs, Ports of Loading and Unloading, Wrecks, Factors, Planters and Plantations, Letters of Marque and Reprisal, Privateers, Piracy, Treaties of Commerce, Exchange, &c. With an introduction, setting forth the Laws, of Nature and of Nations, Dominion of the Seas, &c. Some curious and useful History, and Variety of Special Cases and Determinations interspers'd thro' the Whole. To which is added, in proper places, the best adapted presidents of instruments and writings us'd in all cases relating to trade. Jacob , Giles (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1718
Publisher The compleat sportsman. In three parts. Part I. Containing the nature and various kinds of game, under their several Denominations, with the best Methods of taking the same, by Shooting, Hunting, Dogs, Nets, and otherwise; and the Laws and Statutes made for Preservation of the Game, with Warrants to impower Game-Keepers, &c. Part II. Of the best Situations and Methods of erecting and Management of Parks, Warrens, &c. Of Hunting the Buck, Doe, &c. And a concise Abridgment of the Forest-Laws, and of all the Laws and Statutes relating to Deer: Methodically interspersed with Precedents of Warrants for Deer, &c. Part III. Of fish and fishing; the most successful Methods of Angling; the only proper Baits, Tackle and agreeable Seasons for taking all Sorts of Fish; and the Rivers wherein they are to be found; with the Statutes relating to Fishing, &c. Jacob , Giles (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1718
Publisher The militia law, being all the Acts of Parliament thereof, methodically digested. Shewing under proper heads, and in the full words of the said acts the several powers of the King, Lord Lieutenant, and Deputies, one, two or three, therein: And the Qualifications and Duty of all Persons chargeable, and charged, or otherwise employed in the said Service. Also The Ordinance of the Lords and Commons made in the Year 1660, for raising of 70000 l. per Month, &c. Being out of Print, and containing the Rules and Directions to be observed in raising Trophy Money, and necessary Instructions to the Assessors and Collectors of the said Tax. The whole of great Use to the Honourable Lieutenancies, and to all Landlords, Tenants and others concerned in the Militia, to prevent Abuses in the same. Hardesty , John (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1718
Publisher The justice of peace's vade mecum: being a compleat summary of all the acts of Parliament relating to justices of peace; shewing the various penalties of offences by statute, and the particular power of one, two, or more Justices, in their proceedings and determinations, as well as out of sessions, under several distinct Heads. To which are added, some adjudged cases concerning justices of peace, and the several branches of their business; Instructions for drawing all manner of warrants, and Precedents of Warrants, Commitments, &c. in all common Matters. The whole done in an alphabetical method, with an exact table. Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Unknown , (Author)
1719
Publisher The landlords law: or, the law concerning landlords, tenants, and farmers. Viz. 1. Of the nature and origin of tenures. 2. Of Estates, and their several Kinds. 3. Of Copyholds and Copyholders. 4. Of Leases, Covenants, Surrenders, Assignments, &c. 5, and 6. Of the Parties to Leases, wherein is shewn who may lease, who may rent, and what may be leased. 7, and 8. Contain the Obligations and Rights of the Parties, by Virtue of the Lease. 9, and 10. Of the remedies the law gives each party for the recovery of their rights. Necessary for all Landlords, Tenants, Farmers, Stewards, Agents, Sollicitors, and others concerned in the Buying, Selling, and Letting of Estates The sixth edition. To which is added an appendix containing such Acts of. Parliament and proper precedents as relate to these subjects, brought down to this time. Great Britain , (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1720
Publisher The office and duty of executors: or, a treatise directing testators to form, and executors to perform their wills and testaments according to law. Originally compiled by that judicious and approved author, Tho. Wentworth, late Bencher of Lincoln's-Inn. And now enlarged with a supplement, containing Divers Matters and Things not comprized in former Impressions, relating to Wills, Executors, Administrators, Devises, Legacies, &c. Collected from the Common and Statute Laws, and methodically digested, rendring the whole compleat, and in all its Parts conformable to the present Time and Laws now in Force. With References to the several Acts of Parliament and authentick Books of Reports both Ancient and Modern authorizing and approving the same. By H Curson of the Inner-Temple. Wentworth , Thomas (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1720
Publisher The authority, jurisdiction and method of keeping County-Courts, Courts-Leet, and Courts-Baron. Explaining the judicial and ministerial authority of sheriffs. Also, the office and duty of a coroner. By William Greenwood, gent. The eighth edition, very much enlarged, by adding the form and method of holding a Court of Survey, new Law Cases, precedents of Presentments and Surrenders, Declarations, Pleadings; with a Table of the Fees, &c. rendring it more useful to Under-Sherriffs, County-Clerks, Solicitors, Court-Keepers, &c. Greenwood , William (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1722

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