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
Bookseller First principles of the Christian religion, chiefly in the language of the Scriptures. For schools of early instruction. By Hannah Kilham. Kilham, Hannah 1827
Bookseller References to Scripture selections on the principles of the Christian religion. By Hannah Kilham Kilham, Hannah 1827
Bookseller Scripture Selections on the Principles of the Christian Religion, with correspondent Scripture narratives. By Hanah Kilham. Kilham, Hannah 1827
Publisher Aunt Mary's tales, for the entertainment and improvement of little boys. Addressed to her nephews. Sixth Edition. Hughes, Mary Robson 1827
Publisher Christmas Trifles; Consisting Principally of Geographical Charades, Valentines, and Poetical Pieces, for Young Persons. By Mrs. Reeve. Reeve, Sophia 1827
Publisher Original Poems, for Infant Minds. By several young persons. Vol. II. Taylor, Jane 1827
Publisher Poetic Gleanings, from Modern Writers; with Some Original Pieces. By a governess. Barbauld, Anna Laetitia 1827
Publisher The history of the Holy Bible; being an abridgment of the Old and New Testament. Adapted to the comprehension of children. By Caroline Maxwell. Maxwell, Caroline 1827
Publisher The Wild Garland; or, Prose and Poetry Connected with English Wild Flowers. Intended as an Embellishment to the Study of Botany. By the author of "The Life of Linnaeus, in a Series of Letters." Waring, Susanna 1827
Bookseller A Memoir of Louisa Maw, Daughter of Thomas and Lucy Maw, of Needham Market, Suffolk; who died the 16th of 3rd Month, 1828. Barton, Bernard 1828
Bookseller Report on a Recent Visit to the Colony of Sierra Leone Kilham, Hannah 1828
Publisher An interlineary translation of Barbauld's 'Hymnes en prose.' Designed to assist young children in acquiring a vocabulary of the French language. Barbauld, Anna Laetitia 1828
Publisher Familiar illustrations of the principal evidences and design of Christianity. By Maria Hack. Hack, Maria 1828
Publisher Letters to a governess, on different useful and entertaining subjects. By three young ladies, her pupils. Unknown 1828
Publisher Oriental fragments. By Maria Hack. Hack, Maria 1828
Publisher Tales for children, in a familiar style. By Maria Joseph Crabb. Crabb, Maria Joseph 1828
Publisher The little dove: a story for children, founded on fact. Translated from the German. Krummacher, Friedrich Adolph 1828
Publisher The work-box; or, Grandpapa's present. Barton, Lucy 1828
Publisher Aunt Mary's tales, for the entertainment and improvement of little girls: addressed to her nieces. Hughes, Mary Robson 1829
Publisher The fisherman's hut, and other tales for children. Bourne, Jane 1829
Publisher The infant minstrel, or Poetry for young minds. By various female writers. Merriman, Jane 1829
Publisher The little dove: a story for children, founded on fact. Translated from the German. Krummacher, Friedrich Adolph 1829
Publisher The little Swiss Seppeli; or, confidence in God rewarded. A true story. Translated from the German. Meyer, Franz Sales 1829
Publisher Harry Beaufoy; Or, The Pupil Of Nature. By Maria Hack. Hack, Maria 1830
Publisher Little anecdotes, for little people. By Mary Mister, author of 'Tales from the mountains,' &c. Mister, Mary 1830

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"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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