ID 833
Name Ann Kemmish
Gender Female
Street Address 17 King Street
City London
Start Date 1804
End Date 1810
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Related People Kemmish, Ann
Related Firms Ann Kemmish and Son, Scientific and Commercial Press
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Printer French murder! A circumstantial account of the reported conspiracy against Buonaparte, with the particulars relative to the apprehension and examination of the accused persons, viz. General Moreau, Pichegru, Georges, &c., &c. With the cruel Treatment experienced by them, in the various Places of their confiement. Likewise an authenitc detail o the Murder of the Duke D'Enghein; (Son of the Duke of Bourbon, and Grandson of the Prince de Conde) Who was most inhumanely shot, in the night of the 22nd of March, in a wood at Vicennes. To which is added, Gen. Moreau's letter to Buonaparte, on the subject of the conspiracy. Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
Unknown , (Author)
Printer The midnight bell, or the Abbey of St. Francis. An original romance. By the authoress of Alphonso and Elinor; Three Ghosts of the Forest, &c. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
Publisher French murder! A circumstantial account of the reported conspiracy against Buonaparte, with the particulars relative to the apprehension and examination of the accused persons, viz. General Moreau, Pichegru, Georges, &c., &c. With the cruel Treatment experienced by them, in the various Places of their confiement. Likewise an authenitc detail o the Murder of the Duke D'Enghein; (Son of the Duke of Bourbon, and Grandson of the Prince de Conde) Who was most inhumanely shot, in the night of the 22nd of March, in a wood at Vicennes. To which is added, Gen. Moreau's letter to Buonaparte, on the subject of the conspiracy. Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
Unknown , (Author)
Printer I respectfully beg permission to inform you, that I have (just arrived from America) a curious collection of snakes, of the following description.... Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1790
Printer Fun and frolic; or, A comic journal of wit. Being a new collection of humourous jests, bon mots, Irish blunders, whimsical adventures, double entendres, sharp repartees, droll stories, and anecdotes of various well-known facetious characters, who, in a decided oppositon to melancholy, pledged themselves to live in constant emnity to old care, till they effected his dissolution in the stream of their mirth. Unknown , (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1804
Publisher Fun and frolic; or, A comic journal of wit. Being a new collection of humourous jests, bon mots, Irish blunders, whimsical adventures, double entendres, sharp repartees, droll stories, and anecdotes of various well-known facetious characters, who, in a decided oppositon to melancholy, pledged themselves to live in constant emnity to old care, till they effected his dissolution in the stream of their mirth. Unknown , (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1804
Printer Scales's Edition. A description of Harlequin in his Element, or Fire, Water, Earth, & Air. A new popular Pantomine, performing with universal applause, at Covent-Gardent Theatre. Dibdin , Charles (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1806
Printer The beauty and the beast, or The magic rose; a new aerial and terrestrial romantic tale of enchantment. By W. Kemmish. Founded on the new splendid melo-dramatic spectacle, called the cloud king, performing with the most unparalleled Applause, at the New Royal Circus Kemmish , William (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1806
Publisher The beauty and the beast, or The magic rose; a new aerial and terrestrial romantic tale of enchantment. By W. Kemmish. Founded on the new splendid melo-dramatic spectacle, called the cloud king, performing with the most unparalleled Applause, at the New Royal Circus Kemmish , William (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1806
Printer The experimental farmer: being strictures on various branches of husbandry and agriculture, drawn from a long series of practice in different parts of Great-Britain; containing observations on planting & preserving young trees, with an approved method of thinning them, to become timber. Likewise, plans for laying-out land, on a five and four field system. Also, a new method to bring the most barren land into cultivation, for meadows and sheep walks. And a variety of other useful information in every branch of this art, absolutely necessary for every person, from the opulent farmer, to the proprietors of small pieces of land. By Thomas Tibbs, farmer. Late land-steward to Lord Grenville: and who as received the sanction and a premium from teh Board of Agriculture. Tibbs , Thomas (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1807
Publisher The experimental farmer: being strictures on various branches of husbandry and agriculture, drawn from a long series of practice in different parts of Great-Britain; containing observations on planting & preserving young trees, with an approved method of thinning them, to become timber. Likewise, plans for laying-out land, on a five and four field system. Also, a new method to bring the most barren land into cultivation, for meadows and sheep walks. And a variety of other useful information in every branch of this art, absolutely necessary for every person, from the opulent farmer, to the proprietors of small pieces of land. By Thomas Tibbs, farmer. Late land-steward to Lord Grenville: and who as received the sanction and a premium from teh Board of Agriculture. Tibbs , Thomas (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Publisher)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1807
Printer Juvenile employ. Miscellaneous exercises, religious and moral, used in the Rev. J. Hemsworth's academy. Mr. H. has fitted-up his house and premises for the reception of young gentlemen, who will be taught every branch of useful learning. Terms, thirty guineas per annum (not including washing), no advance is intended if a pupil enters teh seminar under twelve years of age. Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1808
Printer Scales's Edition. a sketch of The Wanderer: or the rights of Hospitality. An Historical Drama, as it is perfromed at Covent-Gardent Theatre. Kemble , Charles (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1808
Printer On God. By Miss Elizabeth Bower Blease, No. 13, Great Suffolk-Street, Borough. Blease , Elizabeth Bower (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1810
Printer Poems on Various Subjects, by R. K. Camberwell. Camberwell , R. K. (Author)
Kemmish , Ann (Printer)
1815

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