|Street Address||Chequer Lane|
|Publisher||The sylph; a novel.||Cavendish, Georgiana||1784|
|Bookseller||Observations on certain prophecies in the Book of Daniel, and the Revelation of St. John, which relate to the second appearing of our Lord; Shewing That IT IS Highly Probable That The Tremendous Day In Which HE Shall BE Revealed Will Shortly Come. To which are added, some remarks concerning the last antichrist and the killing of the witnesses.||Moody, R||1787|
|Bookseller||The barber’s mirror; or a portrait of the Rev. William Huntington, drawn from real life: being remarks on that gentleman’s pamphlet entitled "the Barber:" with an account of his strange and deplorable frenzy. In a letter to a friend.||1791|
"William Wilkinson" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 789 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/789. Accessed 2021-06-20.