ID 763
Name John Walter [Homer's Head, Charing Cross]
Gender Unknown
Street Address Homer's Head, Charing Cross
City London
Start Date 1759
End Date 1803
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Publisher The Discovery. A Comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. Written by the editor of Miss Sidney Bidulph. The Second Edition. Sheridan, Frances Chamberlaine 1763
Publisher The Discovery. A Comedy. As it was performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By the editor of Miss Sidney Bidulph. Sheridan, Frances Chamberlaine 1763
Bookseller An unfortunate mother's advice to her absent daughters; in a letter to Miss Pennington. Pennington, Sarah 1767
Bookseller Clifton: a poem, in two cantos. Including Bristol and all its environs. By Henry Jones, author of the Earl of Essex, Isle of Wight, Kew-Gardens, &c. Jones, Henry 1767
Bookseller The hermit. A novel. By a lady. In two volumes. ... Gunning, Susannah 1769
Publisher An essay on the writings and genius of Shakespear, compared with the Greek and French dramatic poets. With some remarks upon the misrepresentations of Mons. de Voltaire. Montagu, Elizabeth 1769
Bookseller An essay on the writings and genius of Shakespear, compared with the Greek and French dramatic poets. With some remarks upon the misrepresentations of Mons. de Voltaire. Montagu, Elizabeth 1770
Bookseller Reveries du coeur: or, feelings of the heart. Attempted in verse, by Maria Weylar. Weylar, Maria 1770
Publisher An unfortunate mother's advice to her absent daughters, in a letter to Miss Pennington. Pennington, Sarah 1770
Publisher Letters on different subjects, in four volumes. By the author of The unfortunate mother's advice to her absent daughters. Pennington, Sarah 1770
Publisher Poems. By a lady. Pye, Jael Henrietta 1771
Bookseller A wife in the right: a comedy. By Mrs. Griffith. Griffith, Elizabeth 1772
Publisher New and elegant amusements for the ladies of Great Britain. By a lady. Unknown, [Woman] 1772
Publisher Poems, by Mrs. Hampden Pye. Pye, Jael Henrietta 1772
Publisher An unfortunate mother's advice to her absent daughters, in a letter to Miss Pennington. Pennington, Sarah 1773
Publisher Letters on the improvement of the mind, addressed to a young lady. In two volumes. Chapone, Hester Mulso 1773
Publisher Letters on the improvement of the mind, addressed to a young lady. In two volumes. By Mrs. Chapone. The Second Edition. Chapone, Hester Mulso 1773
Publisher The lady's assistant for regulating and supplying her table; containing one hundred and fifty select bills of fare, Properly disposed for Family Dinners Of Five Dishes, to Two Courses of Eleven and Fifteen; With upwards of Fifty Bills Of Fare For Suppers, From Five Dishes to Nineteen; And Several Deserts: including a considerable number of choice receipts Of Various Kinds, With full Directions for preparing them in the most approved Manner: now first published from the manuscript collection of a professed housekeeper; Who had upwards of Thirty Years Experience in Families of the First Fashion. Mason, Charlotte 1773
Publisher Letters on the improvement of the mind, addressed to a young lady. In two volumes. By Mrs. Chapone. The Fourth Edition. Chapone, Hester Mulso 1774
Publisher Letters on the improvement of the mind, addressed to a young lady. In two volumes. The third edition. By Mrs. Chapone. Chapone, Hester Mulso 1774
Publisher Letters on the improvement of mind, addressed to a young lady. In two volumes. By Mrs. Chapone. The Fifth Edition. Chapone, Hester Mulso 1775
Publisher Letters on the improvement of the mind, addressed to a young lady. In two volumes. By Mrs. Chapone. The fifth edition. Chapone, Hester Mulso 1775
Publisher Miscellanies in prose and verse, by Mrs. Chapone, Author of Letters on the Improvement of the Mind. Chapone, Hester Mulso 1775
Publisher Miscellanies in prose and verse, by Mrs. Chapone, author of Letters on the improvement of the mind. The second edition. Chapone, Hester Mulso 1775
Publisher The lady’s assistant for regulating and supplying her table, being a complete system of cookery, containing one hundred and fifty select bills of fare, properly disposed for family dinners of five dishes, to two courses of eleven and fifteen; with upwards of fifty bills of fare for suppers, from five dishes to nineteen; and several deserts: including likewise, the fullest and choicest receipts of various kinds, with full directions for preparing them in the most approved manner, from which a continual change may be made, as wanted, in the several bills of fare: published from the manuscript collection of Mrs. Charlotte Mason, a professed housekeeper, who had upwards of thirty years experience in families of the first fashion. The second edition corrected, and considerably enlarged. Mason, Charlotte 1775

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