ID 922
Name Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton
Gender Unknown
Street Address 55 Gracechurch Street
City London
Start Date 1819
End Date 1833

Titles

Displaying 25 titles of 114 total.
Firm Role Title Author Date
Publisher Hymns Selected from Various Authors, for the Use of Young Persons by Priscilla Gurney. 1822
Publisher Letters on profane history, addressed to a beloved godchild. By M. A. Hedge, author of Affection's gift, To-morrow, &c. Second edition. Hedge, Mary Anne 1822
Publisher Memoirs and Letters of Richard and Elizabeth Shackleton, Late of Ballitore, Ireland; Compiled by their Daughter Mary Leadbeater. Including a Concise Biographical Sketch, and Some Letters, of her Grandfather Abraham Shackleton. Shackleton, Elizabeth Carleton 1822
Publisher Stories of animals: intended for children between five and seven years old. Hack, Maria 1822
Publisher The cottage in the chalk-pit. By Alicia Catherine Mant. Mant, Alicia Catherine 1822
Publisher The infant minstrel, or Poetry for young minds. By various female writers. Merriman, Jane 1822
Publisher Twilight hours improved; or, the visit to Grandmamma. By M.A. Hedge, Author of Affection's Gift, To-Morrow, &c. Second edition. Hedge, Mary Anne 1822
Publisher Cursory Remarks on the Evil Tendency of Unrestrained Cruelty; Particularly on that Practised in Smithfield Market. Heyrick, Elizabeth 1823
Publisher Samboe, or, The African boy by the author of "Twilight hours improved," &c. &c. Hedge, Mary Anne 1823
Publisher Stories from Roman history. By a lady. Illustrated by copper-plates. Byerley, Maria 1823
Publisher Twilight hours improved; or, the visit to Grandmamma. By M.A. Hedge, Author of Affection's Gift, To-Morrow, &c. Hedge, Mary Anne 1823
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 1824
Bookseller Immediate, Not Gradual, Abolition: or an Inquiry into the Shortest, Safest, and most Effectual Means of Getting Rid of West Indian Slavery. Third Edition. With an Appendix Containing Clarkson's Comparison Between the State of the British Peasantry and that of the Slaves in the Colonies, &c. Heyrick, Elizabeth 1824
Publisher Aunt Mary's tales, for the entertainment and improvement of little boys. Addressed to her nephews. Fifth Edition. Hughes, Mary Robson 1824
Publisher Beauties of Sturm's Reflections; in lessons on the works of God, and of His providence. Rendered familiar to the capacities of youth by Eliza Andrews, author of Allegorical Miniatures, The Brothers, &c. The Eight Edition. Sturm, Cristoph Christian 1824
Publisher Familiar illustrations of the principal evidences and design of Christianity. By Maria Hack. Hack, Maria 1824
Publisher Grecian Stories. By Maria Hack. Second Edition. Hack, Maria 1824
Publisher Harry Beaufoy; Or, The Pupil Of Nature. By Maria Hack. Hack, Maria 1824
Publisher Mrs. Lovechild's book of two hundred and sixteen cuts for children. Designed by the late Lady Fenn, to teach children the names of things. Fenn, Ellenor 1824
Publisher Pictures of English history, in miniature, designed by Alfred Mills. With descriptions. Wakefield, Priscilla 1824
Publisher Radama, or, The enlightened African. With sketches of Madagascar by the author of "Affection's gift, Samboe, &c.". Hedge, Mary Anne 1824
Publisher Tales for children, in a familiar style. By Maria Joseph Crabb. Crabb, Maria Joseph 1824
Publisher The history of Greece, in easy lessons: adapted for children from six to ten years of age. By Elizabeth Anne Hendry. Hendry, Elizabeth Anne 1824
Publisher The lives of distinguished foreigners, celebrated in childhood from premature attainments. Translated from the French, by E. Arrowsmith. Nougaret, Pierre Jean Baptiste 1824
Publisher The Negro Boy's Tale, a Poem, Addressed to Children. By Amelia Opie. Opie, Amelia 1824

Recommended Citation

"Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 922 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/922. Accessed 2021-01-26.

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