ID 7957
Name Benjamin Bragg
Gender Male
Street Address At the Black Raven in Paternoster Row
City London
Start Date 1694
End Date 1710
Sources British Book Trade Index (#http://bbti.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/details/?traderid=8627)
Notes Also Bragge, or Braggs, according to the BBTI

Titles

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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher A poem on His Grace the Duke of Marlborough's return from his German expedition. Trotter (Cockburn) , Catharine (Author)
1705
Bookseller Memoirs of the court of England. In two parts. By the Countess of Dunois, Author of the ingenious and diverting Letters of The Lady's Travels into Spain. Writ during Her Residence in that Court. Now made English. To which is added, The lady's pacquet of letters, Taken from her by a French Privateer in her Passage to Holland. Suppos'd to be Written by several Men of Quality. Brought over from St. Malo's by an English Officer at the last Exchange of Prisoners. d'Aulnoy , Marie-Catherine (Author)
Manley , Delarivier (Author)
Crull , Jodocus (Author)
1707
Bookseller The siege of Troy, a dramatick performance. Presented in Mrs. Mynns's booth, over against the Hospital-Gate in the Rounds in Smithfield, during the time of the present Bartholomew-Fair. Containing a description of all the scenes, machines and movements, with the whole decoration of the play, and particulars of the entertainment. Settle , Elkanah (Author)
Mynns , Mrs. (Bookseller)
1707
Printer Memoirs of the court of England. In two parts. By the Countess of Dunois, Author of the ingenious and diverting Letters of The Lady's Travels into Spain. Writ during Her Residence in that Court. Now made English. To which is added, The lady's pacquet of letters, Taken from her by a French Privateer in her Passage to Holland. Suppos'd to be Written by several Men of Quality. Brought over from St. Malo's by an English Officer at the last Exchange of Prisoners. d'Aulnoy , Marie-Catherine (Author)
Manley , Delarivier (Author)
Crull , Jodocus (Author)
1707
Printer The siege of Troy, a dramatick performance. Presented in Mrs. Mynns's booth, over against the Hospital-Gate in the Rounds in Smithfield, during the time of the present Bartholomew-Fair. Containing a description of all the scenes, machines and movements, with the whole decoration of the play, and particulars of the entertainment. Settle , Elkanah (Author)
Mynns , Mrs. (Bookseller)
1707
Bookseller The Female tatler. By Mrs. Crackenthorpe, the lady who knows every thing. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1709-[1710]

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