ID 7371
Name Daniel Midwinter I
Gender Male
Street Address Three Crown or Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Churchyard
City London
Start Date 1698
End Date 1725
Sources British Book Trade Index 47160
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher The mothers blessing, or The godly counsel of a gentlewoman, not long since deceas'd, left behind her for her children. Containing many good exhortations and good admonitions, profitable for all parents to leave as a legacy to their children. By Mrs. Dorothy Leigh. Leigh , Dorothy (Author)
1712
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 A law-dictionary and glossary, interpreting such difficult and obscure words and terms, as are found either in our common or statute, ancient or modern, laws. With references to the several statutes, records, Registers, Charters, Ancient Deeds, Manuscripts and Law-Books, wherein the Words and Terms are used. By Tho. Blount, of the Inner-Temple, Esq; The third edition. To which are added above two thousand two hundred words, Collected from all the Laws of the Saxon, Danish and Norman Kings: And from all the Ancient Books of the Common Law, from the Monasticon Anglicanum, Du Fresne's Glossary, Chronicon Saxonicum, and the Volumes lately published by Dr. Gale. Also an explanation of all the ancient names of the inhabitants, cities, towns, villages and rivers of Great Britain. Collected formerly by Mr. Camden and others, and necessary for Understanding the History and Laws of this Realm. By W. Nelson, of the Middle Temple, Esq; Blount , Thomas (Author)
Nelson , William (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1717
Bookseller A law-Dictionary and glossary, interpreting such difficult and obscure words and terms, as are found either in our common or statute, ancient or modern, laws. With References to the several Statutes, Records, Registers, Charters, Ancient Deeds, Manuscripts and Law-Books, wherein the Words and Terms are used. By Tho. Blount, of the Inner-Temple, Esq; The third edition. To which are added near three thousand words, Collected from all the Laws of the Saxon, Danish and Norman Kings: And from all the Ancient Books of the Common Law, from the Monasticon Anglicanum, Du Fresne's Glossary, Chronicon Saxonicum, and the Volumes lately published by Dr. Gale. Also an explanation of all the ancient names of the inhabitants, cities, towns, villages and rivers of Great Britain. Collected formerly by Mr. Camden and others, and necessary for Understanding the History and Laws of this Realm. By W. Nelson, of the Middle Temple, Esq; Blount , Thomas (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Nelson , William (Author)
and 1 more.
1717
Publisher A collection of meditations and devotions, in three parts. I. Meditations on the creation. II. Meditations and devotions on the life of Christ. III. Daily devotions and Thanks-Givings, &c. By the first reformer of the Devotions in the ancient way of offices; afterwards reviewed and set forth by the late Learned Dr. Hickes. Published by N. Spinckes, M.A. Hopton , Susannah (Author)
Hickes , Dr. (Editor)
1717
Bookseller A compleat history of the Holy Bible, contain'd in the Old and New Testament: ... Adorn'd with above 150 cuts, engraven by J. Sturt. In three volumes. By Laurence Howel, ... The third edition, corrected. ... Howel , Laurence (Author)
Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
1718
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 Compendious and Accurate Treatise of Fines and Recoveries. Vol. II. Containing a Compleat Collection of Choice Precedents for Fines upon Writs of Covenant, and Common Recoveries upon Writs of Entry in the Post, in all Cases; Whereby Lands may be Settled, 1. In the Crown, to preserve the same in the Name and Blood to the utmost Posterity: Or, 2. The same may be transferred from one Person to another, in Fee-simple, Fee-tail, for Life or Years: Or, 3. Annuities, or Rent charges, may be granted thereby in Fee, in Tail, for Life or Years: And, 4. Any other Estate may be raised thereby, which can be done by Deed of Conveyance at Common Law. To which Precedents are prefixt two Discourses of the Nature and Operation of, and the Use and Practice relating to, Fines and Recoveries, deduced from Experience, and the best Authors both Ancient and Modern upon the Subject. The second edition, very much corrected and amended. By W. Brown, a Clerk of the Court of Common-Pleas. Nutt , Elizabeth (Printer)
Brown , William (Author)
1719

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