"Firm ID",Name,Gender,"Street Address",City,"Start Date","End Date",Role,"Title Id",Title,"Signed Author",Pseudonym,Imprint,"Self Published","Printing City","Printing Country","Printing Lat","Printing Long",Date,Format,Length,Width,Edition,Volumes,Pagination,Sources,"Price Pound","Price Shilling","Price Pence","Other Price",Genre,"Shelf mark" 750,"Stephen Colbert [Stephen Street]",U,"69 Stephen Street",Dublin,1775,1780,Publisher,5474,"Letters of Lady Rachel Russell; from the manuscript in the library at Woburn Abbey. To which is prefixed, an introduction, vindicating the character of Lord Russell Against Sir John Dalrymple, &c. The fifth edition, corrected and enlarged. To this edition is added, (not in the London Edition) the trial of Lord William Russell, for high treason; Extracted from the State Trials at large.","Lady Rachel Russell; from the manuscript in the library at Woburn Abbey.",,"printed for Edward Thomas, Bride-Street, and Stephen Colbert, at his Circulating Library, (no. 69) Stephen-Street",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1775,Duodecimo,,,"5 Irish",1,"[8], lxxvi, 237, [1]; 74","ESTC T134901; ECCO CW101540099",,,,,Letters, 750,"Stephen Colbert [Stephen Street]",U,"69 Stephen Street",Dublin,1775,1780,Publisher,5174,"The school for husbands. Written by a lady. In two volumes. ...","A lady",,"printed for S. Price, W. Whitestone, W. Watson, J. Sheppard, D. Chamberlaine, W. Sleater, J. Potts, B. Corcoran, R. Cross, J. Williams, W. Colles, J. Hoey, T. Wilkinson, W. Gilbert, E. Cross, T. Armitage, C. Jenkin, T. Walker, R. Moncrieffe, R. Stewart, W. Spotswood, G. Bonham, H. Burrowes, F. Smith, M. Mills, P. Higly, J. Hillary, J. Exshaw, J. Mehain, J. Beatty, C. Talbot, and S. Colbert",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1776,Duodecimo,,,Irish,2,,"ESTC T119281; The English Novel 1770-1829 1774: 21",,,,,Fiction,"EM 2599: 17; ESTC t119281" 750,"Stephen Colbert [Stephen Street]",U,"69 Stephen Street",Dublin,1775,1780,Publisher,3088,"The story of Lady Juliana Harley, a novel. In letters. By Mrs. Griffith. In two volumes. ...","Mrs Griffith",,"printed for S. Price, B. Corcoran, W. Sleater, W. Whitestone, R. Cross, W. Watson, J. Hoey, J. Potts, F. Smith, J. Williams, W. Colles, W. Wilson, T. Walker, C. Jenkin, E. Cross, R. Moncriefff[sic], G. Burnett, M. Mills, W. Spotswood, G. Bonham, J. Mehain, S. Colbert, J. Beatty, C. Talbot, and J. Exshaw.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1776,Duodecimo,,,Irish,2,,"ESTC T107620; The English Novel 1770-1829 1776: 11",,,,,"Fiction Novel","EM 3558: 7; ESTC t107620" 750,"Stephen Colbert [Stephen Street]",U,"69 Stephen Street",Dublin,1775,1780,Bookseller,4649,"[An irregular ode] to Edward Byrne, Esq. of mullinahack, on his marriage with Miss Roe, step-daughter to one Noble Lord, and niece to another!!!",Anonymous,,"Sold at No. 60, Stephen's-Street",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1797,Quarto,,,,1,8,"ESTC T220045; ECCO CB127688184",,,6.0,,Poetry, 750,"Stephen Colbert [Stephen Street]",U,"69 Stephen Street",Dublin,1775,1780,Publisher,4634,"The lemon, A poem, by Pat. Pindar, in answer to a scandalous libel, entitled, The orange; written [tho' anonymous] by the Reverend Dr. Bobadil.","by Pat. Pindar","Pat. Pindar","Sold at No. 60, Stephen-Street. Dublin",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1797,Octavo,21,13,,1,"[4], 20","ESTC T171490; Jackson Bibliography 15407",,1,,,Poetry,"CUL Hib.5.797.31" 750,"Stephen Colbert [Stephen Street]",U,"69 Stephen Street",Dublin,1775,1780,Publisher,4623,"The lemon, A poem, by Pat. Pindar; in answer to a scandalous libel, entitled The orange; written, (tho' anonymous,) by the Rev. Dr. Bobadil.","by Pat. Pindar","Pat. Pindar","Sold at No. 60, Stephen-Street. Dublin",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1797,Octavo,20,13,Irish,1,24,"ESTC T182016; Jackson Bibliography 15408",,1,,,Poetry,"Bodley G. Pamph. 1281 (10)" 750,"Stephen Colbert [Stephen Street]",U,"69 Stephen Street",Dublin,1775,1780,Bookseller,4639,"The lemon, A poem, by Pat. Pindar; in answer to a scandalous libel, entitled The orange; written, (tho' anonymous,) by the Rev. Dr. Bobadil. Canto II.","by Pat. Pindar",,"Printed for the author, and sold at No. 60, Stephen-Street",yes,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1798,Unknown,,,,1,24,"ESTC N26090; ECCO CB3327733650",,1,,,"Political Writing",