ID 99
Name James Fletcher Hughes [Wigmore Street]
Gender Unknown
Street Address 5 Wigmore Street, Cavendish Square
City London
Start Date 1802
End Date 1809
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Displaying 1–25 of 49

Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Publisher Aurora, or, The Mysterious Beauty. Altered from the French. By Camilla Dufour. In Two Volumes. Dufour Crosland , Camilla (Translator)
Duperche , M. J. J. (Author)
1803
Publisher Emma; Or The Foundling Of The Wood. A Novel. By Miss Brooke, Daughter Of The Late Henry Brooke, Author of The Fool Of Quality, Etc. Brooke , Charlotte (Author)
1803
Publisher Margaret of Strafford, an Historical Romance: Interspersed with Several Anecdotes of the Reign of Charles II. And other Memorials Relative to the Revolution. In Five Vols. By Madame de Stael, author of Delphine, &c. &c. de Staël von Holstein , Anne Louise Germaine (Author)
Barton , James (Translator)
1803
Publisher Moss Cliff Abbey; or, The Sepulchral Harmonist. A Mysterious Tale. In Four Vols. By Mary-Julia Young, Author of Rose Mount Castle; The East Indian; The Kinsmen of Naples; Poems, &c. Young , Mary Julia (Author)
1803
Publisher Right and Wrong; or, The Kinsmen of Naples. A Romantic Story, in Four Volumes. By Mary Julia Young, Author of Rose Mount Castle, The East Indian, Moss Cliff Abbey, Poems, &c. &c. Young , Mary Julia (Author)
1803
Publisher The Depraved Husband and the Philosophic Wife. In Two Volumes. By Madame Genlis. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
1803
Publisher The Three Monks!!! From the French. By H. H. Sarrett. In Two Volumes. Guénard , Elisabeth (Author)
Sarrett , H. J. (Translator)
1803
Publisher Terrific Tales. By Isabella Lewis. Lewis , Isabella (Author)
1804
Publisher The Mother and Daughter. A Pathetic Tale, by Mary Julia Young, Author of Moss Cliffe Abbey, Kinsmen of Naples, Rose Mount Castle, East Indian, &c. &c. In Three Volumes. Young , Mary Julia (Translator)
Berthier , J. B. C. (Author)
1804
Publisher The Two Marillos; or, The Mysterious Resemblance. A Romance, in three volumes. By Miss West. West , Miss (Author)
1804
Publisher The Two Marillos; or, The Mysterious Resemblance. A Romance, in three volumes. By Miss West. West , Miss (Author)
1804
Publisher The Two Marillos; or, The Mysterious Resemblance. A Romance, in three volumes. By Miss West. West , Miss (Author)
1804
Publisher Confessions of the Nun of St. Omer. A Tale, in three volumes. By Rosa Matilda. Dacre , Charlotte (Author)
1805
Publisher Donalda, or The Witches of Glenshiel. A Caledonian Legend, in Two Volumes. By Mary Julia Young, Author of Moss Cliff Abbey; Right and Wrong; The East Indian; Rose Mount Castle, &c. Young , Mary Julia (Author)
1805
Publisher Hours of Solitude. A Collection of Original Poems, now first published. by Charlotte Dacre, Better Known by the Name of Rosa Matilda. In Two Volumes. Dacre , Charlotte (Author)
1805
Publisher Rosa; or, The Child of the Abbey. A Novel. In Four Volumes. By Sophia Woodfall, author of Montravers. Woodfall , Sophia (Author)
1805
Publisher Adelaide; or, The Chateau de St. Pierre. In Four Volumes. A Tale of the Sixteenth Century. By Mrs. Edgeworth. Edgeworth , Mrs. (Author)
1806
Publisher Alphonsine: or, Maternal Affection. A Novel. By Madame Genlis. In Four Volumes. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité (Author)
1806
Publisher Feudal Tyrants; or, The Counts of Carlsheim and Sargans. A Romance. Taken from the German. In Four Volumes. By M. G. Lewis, author of The Bravo of Venice, Adelgitha, Rugantino, &c. Lewis , Matthew Gregory (Translator)
Naubert , Christiana Benedicta Eugenie (Author)
1806
Publisher The Forest of St. Bernardo. A Novel, in four volumes. By Miss M. Hamilton. Hamilton , Ann Mary (Author)
1806
Publisher The Forest of St. Bernardo. A Novel, in four volumes. By Miss M. Hamilton. Second Edition. Hamilton , Ann Mary (Author)
1806
Publisher The Wheel of Fortune. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By Eliza Lake, Author of De Valcourt. Lake , Eliza (Author)
1806
Publisher A Summer at Brighton. A Modern Novel, in Three Volumes. Young , Mary Julia (Author)
1807
Publisher A Summer at Brighton. A Modern Novel, in three volumes. Young , Mary Julia (Author)
1807
Publisher A Summer at Brighton. A Modern Novel, in Three Volumes. Third Edition. Young , Mary Julia (Author)
1807

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