ID 821
Name Leonard Benton Seeley and Sons
Gender Unknown
Street Address 169 Fleet Street
City London
Start Date 1829
End Date 1836
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
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
Publisher Not alone. By the author of "The last day of the week". Cheap , Eliza (Author)
1828
Bookseller A mother's sermons for her children: with original hymns and prayers. By the author of "A mother's stories for her children," "Scripture questioning cards," &c. Wilson , Anne Carus (Author)
1829
Bookseller Domestic instruction on useful and interesting subjects. By Mrs. Matthias, author of "The Laundry Maid," &c. Matthias , Mrs. (Author)
1829
Bookseller Protestant Vigils; or, Evening Records of a Journey in Italy, in the Years 1826 and 1827. By Harriet Morton. In Two Volumes. Morton , Harriet (Author)
1829
Bookseller The Morning Repast, A Collection of Texts, with original meditations & Hymns, arranged for Daily Use in Private Devotion. Also Four Meditations & Hymns on the Second Advent of Christ. By A Lady. Heasell , Anne (Author)
1829
Printer Domestic instruction on useful and interesting subjects. By Mrs. Matthias, author of "The Laundry Maid," &c. Matthias , Mrs. (Author)
1829
Printer The sister's friend, or, Christmas holidays spent at home. By Mrs. Cameron. Cameron , Lucy Lyttelton (Author)
Springsguth , Samuel (Engraver)
Corbould , Henry (Illustrator)
1831
Publisher The sister's friend, or, Christmas holidays spent at home. By Mrs. Cameron. Cameron , Lucy Lyttelton (Author)
Springsguth , Samuel (Engraver)
Corbould , Henry (Illustrator)
1831
Bookseller Bread of deceit. Cheap , Eliza (Author)
1832
Printer My station and its duties: a narrative for girls going to service. By the author of "The last day of the week." Cheap , Eliza (Author)
1832
Publisher The Morning Repast; Consisting of Original Meditations & Hymns, with a Collection of Texts, Arranged for Daily Use in Private Devotion; also Four Songs for Zion's Pilgrims Heasell , Anne (Author)
1832
Bookseller My station and its duties: a narrative for girls going to service. By the author of "The last day of the week." Cheap , Eliza (Author)
1833
Bookseller Tales of My Country. By the Author of “Early Recollections,” “A Visit to My Birth Place,” “The Abbey of Innismoyle,” &C. &C. Bunbury , Selina (Author)
1833
Bookseller The Latter Days, by Mrs. Sherwood. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
1833
Printer The Latter Days, by Mrs. Sherwood. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
1833
Publisher A Sister's Stories. By the author of "Three Years' Residence in Italy;" "Protestant Rector," &c. &c. Martin , Selina (Author)
1833
Publisher The Nun. Sherwood , Mary Martha (Author)
1833
Publisher The Scrap Book: Containing a Variety of Articles in Prose and Verse. Chiefly Original. Bristow , Amelia (Author)
1833
Bookseller Little Mary grown older. Second Edition. Puddicombe , Julia (Author)
Williams , Samuel (Engraver)
1835
Bookseller Musae Sacrae: A Collection of Hymns and Sacred Poetry. By the author of "The Months" and "Palmyra." Bailey , Mary (Author)
1835

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