ID 78
Name W. Simpkin and R. Marshall
Gender Unknown
Street Address Stationers' Hall Court, Ludgate Street
City London
Start Date 1814
End Date 1834
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Earl Osric; or, The Legend of Rosamond. A Romance. By Mrs. Isaacs, author of "Tales of To-Day,"—"Wanderings of Fancy," &c. &c. &c. In three volumes. Isaacs , Mrs. (Author)
1820
Publisher The Messiah: from the German of Klopstock. The first sixteen books by Mrs. Collyer, and the three last by Mrs. Meeke. To which is prefixed, an introduction on divine poetry Collyer , Mary (Translator)
Meeke , Elizabeth (Translator)
Klopstock , Friedrich Gottlieb (Author)
1821
Publisher The Midnight Hour: A Petite Comedy; by Mrs. Inchbald. With prefatory remarks. The only edition existing which is faithfully marked with the stage business, and stage directions, as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. By W. Oxberry, Comedian. Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
Oxberry , William (Editor)
1821
Publisher The son of a genius: a tale for the use of youth. By Mrs. Hofland. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1821
Bookseller A New System of Domestic Cookery; formed upon Principles of Economy: and adapted to the Use of Private Families. By a Lady. A New Edition, corrected. Rundell , Maria Eliza (Author)
1822
Printer Every One Has His Fault. A Comedy; By Mrs. Inchbald. With prefatory remarks. The only edition existing which is faithfully marked with the stage business, and stage directions, as it is performed at the Theatres Royal. By W. Oxberry, Comedian. Inchbald , Elizabeth (Author)
Oxberry , William (Editor)
1822
Publisher Early lessons: in four volumes. By Maria Edgeworth. Eighth Edition. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1822
Publisher The Old Manor House. By Mrs. Charlotte Smith. In Two Volumes. Smith , Charlotte Turner (Author)
1822
Publisher The parent's assistant, or, Stories for children. By Maria Edgeworth; in six volumes. ... A New Edition. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1822
Publisher The son of a genius: a tale for the use of youth. By Mrs. Hofland, author of "The Crusaders," "Ellen the Teacher," "The Blind Farmer," &c. &c. A New edition. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1822
Publisher An introduction to botany, in a series of familiar letters, with illustrative engravings. By Priscilla Wakefield, author of "Mental Improvement," "Juvenile Travellers," &c. The Ninth Edition. To which is added, The Pleasures of Botanical Pursuits. A poem. By Sarah Hoare. Wakefield , Priscilla (Author)
Hoare , Sarah (Author)
1823
Publisher Cecilia; or, Memoirs of an Heiress. By Miss Burney. Burney , Frances (Author)
1823
Publisher Essay on Irish Bulls. By Richard Lovell Edgeworth, F.R.S and M.R.I.A, and Maria Edgeworth, Author of Castle Rackrent, &c. Fifth Edition. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
Edgeworth , Richard Lovell (Author)
1823
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. Thirteenth edition. Carefully revised and corrected throughout by Arthur Aikin, ESQ. F.L.S., &c. And with some additional Pieces, by the Authors. In Six Volumes. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia (Author)
Aikin , John (Author)
1823
Publisher Owen Castle, Or, Which is the Heroine? A Novel. In Four Volumes. By Mary Ann Sullivan, Late of The Theatres Royal, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, and Norwich. Second Edition. Sullivan , Mary Ann (Author)
1823
Publisher The son of a genius: a tale for the use of youth. By Mrs. Hofland. Hofland , Barbara (Author)
1823
Publisher Zelinda, a Poem; and Cardiff Castle, a Dramatic-historical Sketch. Dedicated by Permission to the Most Noble the Marquis of Bute. By M.G. Lewis, author of Gwenllean, a Tale in Three Volumes. Lewis , Mary (Author)
1823
Bookseller A New System of Domestic Cookery; formed upon Principles of Economy: and adapted to the Use of Private Families. By a Lady. A New Edition, corrected. Rundell , Maria Eliza (Author)
1824
Bookseller Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition: or an Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery Heyrick , Elizabeth (Author)
1824
Bookseller Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition: or an Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery. Third Edition. With an Appendix Containing Clarkson's Comparison Between the State of the British Peasantry and that of the Slaves in the Colonies, &c. Heyrick , Elizabeth (Author)
1824
Publisher Early lessons. In four volumes. By Maria Edgeworth. Ninth [/Fifth] Edition. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1824
Publisher Tales of Fashionable Life, by Miss Edgeworth, author of 'Practical Education,' 'Belinda,' 'Castle Rackrent,' 'Essay on Irish Bulls,' &c. In Six Volumes. New Edition. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
Edgeworth , Richard Lovell (Introducer)
1824
Publisher The work table, or, Evening conversations: embracing the origin or invention of the arts, and the progress of the most popular branches of science, designed for the improvement and instruction of young persons. By Miss E.A. Soutter. Soutter , E. A. (Author)
1824
Publisher Tranquillity, a Poem. To Which are Added Other Original Poems, and Translations from the Italian and Spanish. By Miss Edgar. Second Edition. Edgar , Miss (Author)
1824
Publisher Legends of the North, or, the Feudal Christmas; a Poem. By Mrs. Henry Rolls, Authoress of "Sacred Sketches," "Moscow," "The Home of Love," and Other Poems. Rolls , Mary (Author)
1825

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