ID 779
Name Simpkin, Marshall and Co.
Gender Unknown
Street Address Stationers' Hall Court, Ludgate Street
City London
Start Date 1829
End Date
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher An introduction to Botany, in a series of familiar letters. with illustrative engravings. By Priscilla Wakefield, author of "Mental Improvement," "Juvenile Travellers," &c. Corrected, to which is added, The Pleasures of Botanical Pursuits. A poem. By Sarah Hoare. Wakefield , Priscilla (Author)
Hoare , Sarah (Author)
1818
Publisher Poems, By Mrs. G. G. Richardson, Dumfries. Richardson , Caroline E. (Author)
1828
Publisher Poems, By Mrs. G. G. Richardson, Dumfries. Second edition. Richardson , Caroline E. (Author)
1828
Publisher Poems. By Mrs. G. G. Richardson, Dumfries. Richardson , Caroline E. (Author)
1828
Publisher Poems. By Mrs. G. G. Richardson, Dumfries. Richardson , Caroline E. (Author)
1829
Publisher Lives and Voyages of Drake, Cavendish, and Dampier: including an introductory view of the earlier discoveries in the South Sea, and the history of the buccaneers with portraits engraved by Horsburgh Johnstone , Christian Isobel (Author)
1831
Publisher Sketches of young people, or, A visit to Brighton. By the author of The grandfather, Friendship, The schoolfellows, &c. &c. Sandham , Elizabeth (Author)
1833
Publisher The Amethyst: or Christian's Annual for M.DCCC.XXXIII. Edited by Richard Huide, M.D. and Robert Kaye Greville, LL.D. Opie , Amelia (Author)
Montgomery , James (Author)
Barton , Bernard (Author)
and 27 more.
1833
Publisher National Lyrics, and Songs for Music. By Felicia Hemans. Hemans , Felicia (Author)
1834
Publisher An Alphabet of Animals. By a Lady. Revised edition. Unknown , (Author)
1835
Publisher Children as they are; or, Tales and dialogues, for young readers from seven to twelve years of age. By the author of 'The transformation of a beech-tree.' Brown , Eliza (Author)
1835
Publisher The history of the condition of women, in various ages and nations. By Mrs. D. L. Child, author of "Mother's Book," "Frugal Housewife," etc. Child , Lydia Maria Francis (Author)
1835
Publisher The Sceptic. By Mrs. Follen, Author of ‘The Well-Spent Hour,’ &C. Follen , Eliza Lee Cabot (Author)
Ware , Henry (Editor)
1835
Publisher Trial and Self-Discipline. By Miss Savage, Author of ‘James Talbot,’ ‘The Factory Girl,’ &C. Ware , Henry (Editor)
Savage , Sarah (Author)
1835
Bookseller The Backslider. Ware , Henry (Editor)
Lee , Hannah Farnham Sawyer (Author)
1836
Publisher Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened. Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, for the instruction and amusement of young persons; by Dr. Aikin and Mrs. Barbauld. Fifteenth edition. Carefully revised and corrected throughout by Arthur Aikin, Esq. F.L.S., &c., and Miss Aikin, with some additional pieces, by the authors. Illustrated with fine engravings after Harvey. Aikin , Lucy (Editor)
Barbauld , Anna Laetitia (Author)
Aikin , John (Author)
and 1 more.
1836
Publisher Henry, or, The juvenile traveller: a faithful delineation of a voyage across the Atlantic in a New York packet: a description of a part of the United States, manners and customs of the people, a journey to Canada, with an account of the colonies, emigration, sketches of society, expenses of travelling, scenery, etc., etc. By the Wife of a British officer, resident in Canada. Bayley , Diana (Author)
1836
Publisher Home. By Miss Sedgwick, Author of “Redwood,” “Hope Leslie,” &c. Ware , Henry (Editor)
Sedgwick , Catharine Maria (Author)
1836
Publisher Hymns in prose for children by the author of "Lessons for children". Barbauld , Anna Laetitia (Author)
1836
Publisher The Land Log-Book; a Compilation of Anecdotes and Occurrences Extracted from the Journal Kept by the Author, during a Residence of Several Years in the United States of America. Containing Useful Hints to Those Who Intend to Emigrate to that Country. By Sarah Hoding. Hoding , Sarah (Author)
1836
Publisher The Son of Duplicity; or, the still small voice. Unknown , (Author)
1836
Publisher True Tales of the Irish Peasantry as Related by Themselves; Selected by Mrs. Johnstone from the Report of the Poor-Law Commissioners Johnstone , Christian Isobel (Author)
1836
Publisher Two Months at Kilkee, a Watering Place in the County of Clare, Near the Mouth of the Shannon, with an Account of a Voyage down that River from Limerick to Kilrush, and Sketches of Objects of Interest in the Neighbourhood, Which Will Serve as a Guide to the Coast Scenery. By Mary John Knott, with Engravings, &c.. Knott , Mary (Author)
Kirkwood , John (Illustrator)
1836

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