ID 84
Name Henry Bryer [Bridge Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address Bridge Street, Bridewell Hospital, Blackfriars
City London
Start Date 1800
End Date 1836
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Printer Parsing lessons for children, resolved into their elements; for the assistance of parents and teachers. By Mrs. Lovechild. Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
1805
Printer The Modern Griselda: A Tale. By Miss Edgeworth, Author of Practical Education, Belinda, Castle Rackrent, History of Irish Bulls, Letters For Literary Ladies, Popular Tales, &c. The Second Edition, Corrected. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1805
Printer Flora, or, The deserted child. By Elizabeth Somerville. Somerville , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Printer Instructive rambles in London, and the adjacent villages. Designed to amuse the mind, and improve the understanding of youth. By Elizabeth Helme. Fourth Edition. Helme , Elizabeth (Author)
1806
Printer A Miscellany, in Prose and Verse, for Young Persons, on Sunday. By Mrs. Lovechild. Bentley , Elizabeth (Author)
Fenn , Ellenor (Author)
Fenn , Ellenor (Editor)
1807
Printer Poems, By Mrs. Shepherd. Shepherd , Mrs. (Author)
1807
Printer The lion's masquerade: a sequel to The peacock at home written by a lady ; illustrated with elegant engravings. Dorset , Catherine Anne Turner (Author)
1807
Printer The Peacock "at home;" a sequel to The butterfly's ball. Written by a lady. And illustrated with elegant engravings. Dorset , Catherine Anne Turner (Author)
1807
Printer Amusing observations supposed to be made by children in early life: which will enable them to learn to read, and converse with propriety. By the author of "Short stories," "Summer rambles," &c. &c. &c.; ornamented with twelve engravings on copper-plate. Semple , Elizabeth (Author)
1808
Printer Essay on Irish Bulls. By Richard Lovell Edgeworth and Maria Edgeworth, Author of Castle Rackrent, &c. Third Edition, Corrected. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
Edgeworth , Richard Lovell (Author)
1808
Printer Grand-mamma, or, The christning "not at home" written by a lady. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1808
Printer Le livre des enfans, ou syllabaire francois. Auquel on a ajouté, des definitions abrégeés es choses don les enfans doivent être instuits, avec l'explication des mots anglois les plus difficiles; le tout servant d'introduction au recueil. Quatriême edition. Par Sarah Wanostrocht. Wanostrocht , Sarah (Author)
1808
Printer Original Poems: Calculated to Improve the Mind of Youth, and Allure it to Virtue. By Adelaide. O'Keeffe , Adelaide (Author)
1808
Printer The Brother and Sisters; A Dramatic Trifle for Children; with a prologue and epilogue. By the author of The Lily. Poole , Mrs. (Author)
1808
Printer The daisy, or, Cautionary stories in verse: adapted to the ideas of children from four to eight years old; illustrated with thirty engravings on copperplate. Turner , Elizabeth (Author)
1808
Printer The feast of the fishes, or, The whale's invitation to his brethren of the deep. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1808
Printer The lion's masquerade : a sequel to The peacock at home written by a lady ; illustrated with elegant engravings. Dorset , Catherine Anne Turner (Author)
1808
Printer The Peacock "At Home:" a Sequel to The Butterfly's Ball. Written by a Lady. and Illustrated with Elegant Engravings. Dorset , Catherine Anne Turner (Author)
1808
Printer Biography for girls; or, moral and instructive examples for the female sex. Fifth Edition. By Mrs. Pilkington. Pilkington , Mary (Author)
1809
Printer The feast of the fishes, or, The whale's invitation to his brethren of the deep. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1809
Printer Castle Rackrent; an Hibernian tale. Taken from facts, and from the manners of the Irish squires, before the year 1782. By Maria Edgeworth, Author of Practical Education, Letters for Literary Ladies, the Parent's Assistant, &c. The Fifth edition. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
1810
Printer Charles Leeson, or, The soldier. By Mrs. Ventum, author of Moral Tales, Interesting Traits of Character in Youth, &c. &c. Ventum , Harriet (Author)
1810
Printer Josephine, or The advantages of a summer; intended for the instruction and amusement of young ladies. Fordyce , Mrs. (Author)
1810
Printer Pleasure and improvement blended, or, An attempt to shew that knowledge can only be attained by early inquiry and judicious explanation: the whole elucidated by pleasing conversations and agreeable tales. By Miss Sandham. Sandham , Elizabeth (Author)
1810
Printer The ladder to learning: a select collection of fables, consisting of words of one, two, and three syllables, with original morals. Ornamented with a great variety of engravings on wood. New edition revised and corrected. Trimmer , Sarah (Author)
1810

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