ID 892
Name William Champante and Benjamin Whitrow
Gender Unknown
Street Address 2 Jewry Street, Aldgate
City London
Start Date 1786
End Date 1816


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Bookseller 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
Bookseller Fables by the late Mr. Gay. In one volume complete. Gay, John 1770
Bookseller Divine emblems, or temporal things spiritualized. Fitted for the use of boys and girls. To which is added, A caution to stir up to watch against sin. By John Bunyan, author of the Pilgrim's Progress. Adorned with a new set of cuts. Bunyan, John 1790
Bookseller The brothers: a novel, for children: addressed to every good mother, and humbly dedicated to the Queen. Andrews, Eliza 1794
Bookseller The young gentleman and lady's Poetical Preceptor: being a collection of the most admired poetry: selected from the best authors. Calculated to form the taste to classic elegance; and, while it delights the fancy, to improve the morals, and to harmonize the heart. To the whole is subjoined notes, giving some account of the works of the various authors, form which the selection is made. Woolston, Thomas 1794
Bookseller Devout exercises of the heart, in meditation and soliloquy, prayer and praise. By the late pious and ingenious Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. Reviewed and published, at her request, by I. Watts, D.D. Rowe, Elizabeth Singer 1795
Bookseller Early Piety: or, Memoirs of children, eminently serious. Interspersed with familiar dialogues; emblematical pictures, prayers, graces, and hymns. By George Burger, Minister of the Gospel at Coventry. Recommended by the late Rev. Dr. Peckwell. The Fifth Edition. With Eight new copper-plate cuts. Burder, George 1795
Bookseller Education. On gymnastics or bodily exercises. By Madame de Sillery-Brulart (formerly Countess de Genlis). du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie Félicité 1795
Publisher The poetical works of Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. Including the History of Joseph; a poem, in ten books. To which is prefixed, An account of the life and writings of the author. Rowe, Elizabeth Singer 1795
Bookseller Allegorical miniatures, for the study of youth. By the author of The brothers, a novel for children. Andrews, Eliza 1797
Bookseller Moral tale. The Dutchess of C-. from "Adelade and Theodore," by Madame la Comtesse de Genlis. du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie Félicité 1798
Bookseller Amatory Pieces. The Invitation, by Barclay. Edwyn and Eltruda, by Miss Williams, &c. &c. Williams, Helen Maria 1799
Bookseller A short history of insects, (extracted from works of credit) designed as an introduction to the study of that branch of natural history, and as a pocket companion to those who visit the Leverian Museum. Newbery, Elizabeth 1800
Bookseller The Dutchess of C-. By Madame la Comtesse de Genlis. du Crest de Saint-Aubin, Stéphanie Félicité 1800
Bookseller The Juvenile Preceptor, or a Course of Moral and Scientific Instructions. For the use of both sexes. Vol. i. Containing spelling and reading lessons, not exceeding one syllable. Newbery, Elizabeth 1800
Publisher Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern: calculated not only for the instruction of every new-made mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethen. Containing, I. A circumstantial Account of all the Proceedings in making a Mason, with the several Obligations of an Entered Apprentice, Fellow-Craft, and Master; the Prayers, and also the Sign, Grip, and Pass-Word of each Degree, with the Ceremony of the Mop and Pail. II. The Manner of opening a Lodge, and setting the Craft to Work. ... VII. A safe and easy Method proposed, by which a Man may obtain Admittance into any Lodge, without passing through the Form required, and thereby save a Guinea or two in his Pocket. VIII. Anthems, Odes, Songs, &c. Illustrated with A beautiful Frontispiece of the Regalia, Jewels, and emblematical Ornaments belonging to Masonry; and an accurate Plan of the Drawing on the Floor of a Lodge. Interspersed With Variety Of AtNotes And Remarks, Necessary to explain and render the whole clear to the meanest Capacity: To Which Is Now Added, A new and accurate List of all the English regular Lodges in the World, according to their Seniority, with the Dates of each Constitution, and Days of Meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent Visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet Street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate Street. Newbery, Elizabeth 1800
Publisher Love's Repository, or a New Collection of Valentines; Selected from the Best British Poets; with Considerable Alterations and Additions. By a Lady. Unknown, [Woman] 1800
Publisher Love's repository, or a new collection of valentines; selected from the best British poets; With considerable Alterations and Additions. By a Lady. Unknown, [Woman] 1800
Bookseller Religious. The Evening Walk, By Mrs. Carter; On Death, By Bishop Porteus; &c. &c. Carter, Elizabeth 1802
Publisher The History of Perourou; or the Bellows Mender, and interesting tale; by Miss Williams; Author of Paul and Virginia; Letters from France, &c. &c. Embellished with a frontispiece. Williams, Helen Maria 1803
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 1804
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, Ann 1806
Bookseller The Class Book: Or, Three Hundred and Sixty-five Reading Lessons Adapted to the Use of Schools. For every day in the year. Selected, Arranged, and Compiled from the Best Authors. By the Rev. David Blair, A.M. The Third Edition. Fenwick, Eliza 1807
Publisher Percy: A Tragedy. . . . Adapted for Theatrical Representation, as Performed at the Theatres-Royal, London More, Hannah 1807
Bookseller Scales's Edition. a sketch of The Wanderer: or the rights of Hospitality. An Historical Drama, as it is perfromed at Covent-Gardent Theatre. Kemmish, Ann 1808

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