ID 831
Name William Marchant
Gender Unknown
Street Address 1 Ingram Court, Fenchurch Street
City London
Start Date 1814
End Date 1828


Displaying 6 titles of 6 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Printer Wisdom Excelleth the Weapons of War, and herein is Shewn that Judgments are the Strange Works of the Lord, but Mercy His Darling Attribute Southcott, Joanna 1814
Printer Fanny Fitz-York, Heiress of Tremorne. In Three Volumes. By Ann Ryley. Ryley, Ann 1818
Printer Memoirs of Queens, Illustrious and Celebrated. By Mary Hays, Author of the Female Biography, Historical Dialogues, Harry Clinton, The Brothers, Family Annals, &c. &c. Hays, Mary 1821
Printer Constantia, a Tragedy, in Five Acts; and Valville; or, the Prejudices of Past Times; a Drama, in Five Acts. By Mrs. A. M'Taggart, of Bristol. McTaggart, Ann 1824
Printer Waldstein; or, The Swedes in Prague. From the German of Madame C. Pichler, By J. D. Rosenthal. In two volumes. Pichler, Caroline 1828
Printer La Coquetterie; Or, Sketches of Society In France and Belgium. In Three Volumes. Parker, Eliza 1832

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"William Marchant" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 831 Accessed 2020-12-01.

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