ID 970
Name John Jackson
Gender Unknown
Street Address
City Lichfield
Start Date
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Bookseller Monody on Major Andrè. By Miss Seward. (author of the Elegy on Capt. Cook.) To which are added letters addressed to her by Major Andrè in the year 1769. Seward , Anna (Author)
1781
Printer Monody on Major Andrè. By Miss Seward. (author of the Elegy on Capt. Cook.) To which are added letters addressed to her by Major Andrè in the year 1769. Seward , Anna (Author)
1781
Printer Monody on Major Andrè. By Miss Seward. (author of the Elegy on Capt. Cook.) To which are added letters addressed to her by Major Andrè, in the year 1769. The second edition. Seward , Anna (Author)
1781
Bookseller Elegy on Captain Cook. To which is added, an Ode to the sun. By Miss Seward. The fourth edition, with additions. Seward , Anna (Author)
1784
Bookseller Louisa, a poetical novel, in four epistles. By Miss Seward. Seward , Anna (Author)
1784
Bookseller Louisa, a poetical novel, in four epistles. By Miss Seward. The Fourth Edition. Seward , Anna (Author)
1784
Bookseller Louisa, a poetical novel, in four epistles. By Miss Seward. The second edition. Seward , Anna (Author)
1784
Bookseller Louisa, a poetical novel, in four epistles. By Miss Seward. The Third Edition. Seward , Anna (Author)
1784
Printer Elegy on Captain Cook. To which is added, an Ode to the sun. By Miss Seward. The fourth edition, with additions. Seward , Anna (Author)
1784
Printer Louisa, a poetical novel, in four epistles. By Miss Seward. Seward , Anna (Author)
1784
Printer Louisa, a poetical novel, in four epistles. By Miss Seward. The Fourth Edition. Seward , Anna (Author)
1784
Printer Louisa, a poetical novel, in four epistles. By Miss Seward. The second edition. Seward , Anna (Author)
1784
Printer Louisa, a poetical novel, in four epistles. By Miss Seward. The Third Edition. Seward , Anna (Author)
1784
Publisher Short histories transcribed from the Holy Scriptures: intended for the use, entertainment, and benefit of children, and by an easy step to introduce young minds to an early acquaintance with the Bible. By a lady. Unknown , [Woman] (Author)
1796

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"John Jackson" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Firm ID 970, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/firm/970. Accessed 2024-04-16.

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