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ID Title Contributors Firms Year Edition
1003 The Warning. Recommended to the Serious Attention of all Christians, and Lovers of their Country Coltman, Elizabeth (Author)
William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch] (Printer)
1805 1
782 The Wars of the Jews, as related by Josephus, adapted to the capacities of young persons. Illustrated by twenty-four engravings, after original designs by Mr. Brooke. Johnstone, Christian Isobel (Author)
John Harris and Son (Publisher)
Edward Cox and Thomas Baylis (Printer)
1823 1
10449 The wars of the Jews, as related by Josephus; adapted to the capacities of young persons; illustrated by twenty-four engravings after original designs by Mr. Brooke. Johnstone, Christian Isobel (Author)
John Harris and Son (Publisher)
Samuel and Richard Bentley (Printer)
1824 2
10450 The wars of the Jews, as related by Josephus; adapted to the capacities of young persons; illustrated by twenty-four engravings after original designs by Mr. Brooke. Johnstone, Christian Isobel (Author)
John Harris [1802-1819, 1825-1843] (Publisher)
Samuel and Richard Bentley (Printer)
1825 3
875 The Wedding Among the Flowers. By one of the authors of "Original Poems," "Rhymes for the Nursery," etc. Taylor, Jr., Isaac (Illustrator)
Gilbert, Ann Taylor (Author)
William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch] (Publisher)
William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch] (Printer)
1808 1
6873 The wedding day, a comedy; in two acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. By Mrs. Inchbald. Inchbald, Elizabeth (Author)
George, George, and John Robinson (Publisher)
1794 1
634 The West-Indian; or, Anecdotes of the Somerville Family: on Various Subjects, Designed for the Amusement and Instruction of Youth Mathews, Eliza Kirkham (Author)
1821
10109 The white cat. d'Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine (Author)
Archibald Park (Publisher)
1836
10932 The White-Rose Wreath. With Other Poems. Dedicated, by Permission, to the Queen. Burton, Harriet Emma (Author)
John Hatchard and Son [187 Piccadilly] (Publisher)
Ibotson and Palmer (Printer)
1833 1
13828 The Widow, and the riding horse, a dramatic trifle, in one act. By Augustus von Kotzebue. Translated from the German by Anne Plumptre; Translator of Kotzebue's Virgin of the Sun--Spaniards in Peru, performing under the title of Pizarro--Natural Son--Court of Burgundy--and Force of Calumny. Kotzebue, August Friedrich Ferdinand von (Author)
Plumptre, Anne (Translator)
Richard Phillips [St. Paul's Churchyard] (Publisher)
Henry Delahoy Symonds [Paternoster Row] (Bookseller)
Thomas Hurst [Paternoster] (Bookseller)
and 2 more.
1799 1
9543 The Wild Flower Wreath. A Collection of Miscellaneous Poems. With Reflections, &c. in Poetic Prose. By Mary Ann Davis. Davis, Mary Ann (Author)
J. Moore [Birmingham] (Printer)
1835 1
12619 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 (Author)
Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton (Publisher)
Darton, Harvey, and Co. [printers] (Printer)
1827 1
8706 The Wild Irish Girl: A National Tale. By Miss Owenson, Author of St. Clair, The Novice of St. Dominick, &c. &c. &c. In Three Volumes. The Third Edition. Owenson, Sydney (Author)
Richard Phillips [6 Bridge Street] (Publisher)
Lewis and Hamblin (Printer)
1807 3
8707 The Wild Irish Girl: A National Tale. By Miss Owenson, author of The Novice of St. Dominick, Patriotic Sketches, &c. &c. &c. In three volumes. Fourth edition. Owenson, Sydney (Author)
Richard Phillips [6 Bridge Street] (Publisher)
John George Barnard [Skinner Street] (Printer)
1808 4
8708 The Wild Irish Girl: A National Tale. By Miss Owenson, author of The Novice of St. Dominick, Patriotic Sketches, &c. &c. &c. The fifth edition. In three volumes. Owenson, Sydney (Author)
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown (Publisher)
Alexander Strahan and Preston (Printer)
1813 5
203 The Willow Tree Tonna, Charlotte Elizabeth (Browne) Phelan (Author)
1828
11420 The winter scene: to amuse and instruct the rising generation. By Mary Harford. Harford, Mary (Author)
William Darton [formerly Junior; 58 Holborn] (Publisher)
William Darton [formerly Junior; 58 Holborn] (Printer)
John Harris [1802-1819, 1825-1843] (Bookseller)
and 1 more.
1825
660 The Winter's Wreath Hemans, Felicia (Author)
Howitt, William (Author)
Howitt, Mary (Author)
and 24 more.
Whittaker, Treacher, and Arnot (Publisher)
George Smith (Printer)
George Smith (Publisher)
1832 2
13764 The Wisdom of Crop the Conjurer. Exemplified in several characters of good and bad boys, with an impartial account of the celebrated Tom Trot, who rode before all the boys in the kingdom till he arrived at the top of the hill called Learning. Written for the imitation of those who love themselves. Adorned with Cuts. Unknown, (Author)
Houlston, Frances (Printer)
Frances Houlston and Son [Wellington] (Printer)
1820
13332 The woman of the town; or, authentic memoirs of Maria Maitland; well known in the vicinity of Covent Garden. Written by herself. Phillips, Phebe (Author)
Lemoine, Ann (Publisher)
J. Roe [Houndsditch] (Publisher)
Ann Lemoine (Publisher)
Thomas Maiden [5 Sherbourne Lane] (Printer)
1809
12333 The Wonder: A Comedy, in five acts, by Mrs. Centlivre. Printed from the acting copy, with remarks, biographical and critical, to which are added, a description of the costume,—cast of the characters, entrances and exits,—relative positions of the performers on the stage,—and the whole of the stage business. As now performed at the Theatres Royal, London. Embellished with a wood engraving, by Mr. White, from a drawing by Mr. R. Cruikshank. Cruikshank, Robert (Illustrator)
Centlivre, Susanna (Author)
White, George (Engraver)
John Cumberland [19 Ludgate Hill] (Publisher)
George Henry Davidson (Printer)
1824
9865 The Works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, Theological, Moral, Dramatic, and Poetical. Several of them now first printed. Revised and published, with an account of the Life of the Author, by Thomas Birch, M.A. F.R.S. Rector of the United Parishes of St. Margaret Pattens, and St. Gabriel Fenchurch. In two volumes. Trotter (Cockburn), Catharine (Author)
Birch, Thomas (Editor)
James and Paul Knapton (Publisher)
1751 1
11702 The works of Mrs. Chapone: Now First Collected. Containing I. Letters on the Improvement of the Mind. II. Miscellanies. III. Correspondence with Mr. Richardson. IV. Letters to Miss Carter. V. Fugitive Pieces. To which is prefixed, An Account of her Life and Character, drawn up by her own family. In four volumes. Chapone, Hester Mulso (Author)
Archibald Constable and Co. [Cross Well] (Publisher)
John Wright [St. John's Square] (Printer)
John Murray II [Fleet Street] (Publisher)
1807 1
7664 The Works of the Celebrated Mrs. Centlivre. In three volumes. Containing, Perjur'd Husband. Beaux's Duel. Gamester. Basset Table. Love at a Venture. Love's Contrivance. Busy Body. Marplot in Lisbon. Platonic Lady. Perplex'd Lovers. Cruel Gift. Wonder, a Woman Keeps a Secret. Man's Bewitch'd. Gotham Election. Wife Well Managed. A Bickerstaff's Burying. Bold Stroke for a Wife. Artifice. Stolen Heiress. With a New Account of her Life. Centlivre, Susanna (Author)
George Kearsley [Ludgate Street] (Publisher)
John Knapton (Publisher)
Charles Hitch and Lacy Hawes (Publisher)
and 5 more.
1761 1
161 The Works of the Right Honorable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. Including her Correspondence, Poems and Essays. Published by Permission From Her Genuine Papers. In Five Volumes. Montagu, Mary Wortley (Author)
Dallaway, James (Editor)
Richard Phillips [St. Paul's Churchyard] (Publisher)
William Flint [Green Arbour Court] (Printer)
1803 1