Name Sextodecimo
Abbreviation 16mo

Each sheet is folded four times to make sixteen leaves and thirty-two pages. 


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ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
12920 A Collection of the Most Approved Entertaining Stories, calculated for the instruction and amusement of all the little masters and misses in this vast empire. By Solomon Winlove, Esq. A new edition. Unknown ,
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
7320 A description of a set of prints taken from the New Testament, contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah
William Sleater II [Dame Street] (Dublin)
John Rice [2 College Green] (Dublin)
John Marshall [Aldermary] (London)
7533 A description of a set of prints taken from the New Testament. Contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah
10111 A Father’s Legacy to His Daughters. By Dr. Gregory. A Letter to a New-Married Lady. By Mrs. Chapone. &c. Gregory , John
Chapone , Hester Mulso
Talbot , Catherine
John Sharpe [Duke Street] (London)
1417 A Lady’s Gift, or Woman As She Ought to Be. By Jane Kinderly Stanford. Author of “The Stoic.” Stanford , Jane Kinderley
George Smith, Alexander Elder and Co. (London)
16082 A Legacy for children, being some of the last expressions, and dying sayings, of Hannah Hill, Junr. of the city of Philadelphia, in the province of Pennsilvania, in America, aged eleven years and near three months. The Third Edition. Hill , Hannah
Chalkley , Thomas
Owen , Griffith
1717 The Third Edition.
10796 A natural history of the most remarkable quadrupeds, birds, fishes, serpents, reptiles, and insects. By Mrs. Mary Trimmer, Author of The History of Man in a Savage and Civilized State, &c. Trimmer , Mary
12424 A New Book for the Improvement of Young Gentlemen and Ladies. Filial Duty, recommended and enforc'd, by a variety of instructive and entertaining stories, of children who have been remarkable for affection to their parents; also An account of some striking instances of children, who have behaved in an undutiful, and unnatural manner to their parents. The whole founded on historical facts. Unknown ,
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
12130 A New History of England. From the earliest period to the present time. On a plan recommended by the Earl of Chesterfield. Embellished with copper-plates, elegantly engraved from the designs of Mr. Wale. By the Reverend Mr. Cooper. A new edition. Johnson , Richard
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
11063 A new series of prints accompanied by easy lessons: consisting of subjects taken from the New Testament. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah
John Hatchard [190 Piccadilly] (London)
John Harris [1802-1819, 1824-1843] (London)
10112 A sequel to the Comic Adventures of Old Mother Hubbard, and her Dog. Martin , Sarah Catherine
William Darton Junior [1810-1819] (London)
10979 A Series of Prints, Designed to Illustrate the English History. By Mrs. Trimmer. Trimmer , Sarah
Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy (London)
Nathaniel Hailes [173 Piccadilly] (London)
John Marshall [Fleet Street] (London)
12001 A Visit to the Bazaar: By the author of Juliet, or the Reward for Filial Affection; and The Port Folio of a School Girl. The Third Edition. Unknown ,
John Harris and Son (London)
1820 The Third Edition.
12000 A Visit to the Bazaar: By the author of the Little Warbler of the Cottage; Juliet, or the Reward of Filial Affection; Port Folio, &c. &c. Unknown ,
John Harris [1802-1819, 1824-1843] (London)
4033 An estimate of the religion of the fashionable world. By Hannah More. The fifth edition. More , Hannah
Thomas Cadell [London] (London)
1793 The fifth edition.
4923 An oration on the virtues of the old woman, and the pride of the young; with a direction for young men what sort of women to take, and for women what sort of men to marry. Dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray Clinker, the clashing wives Clerk. Unknown ,
Company of Flying Stationers (Glasgow)
12073 An Original Wreath of Forget-me-not: Presented to Those Who Love to Reflect on Heavenly Things Savory , Martha
William Alexander and Son (York)
12963 Anecdotes of animals; selected by a lady, for the amusement of her children. Unknown ,
Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton (London)
11770 Aunt Jane's Tales, in Verse; Designed for the Amusement of All Good Children Lovechild , Louisa
Orlando Hodgson [Cloth Fair] (London)
1509 Basil Harlow; Or, Prodigality Is Not Generosity. By Catherine Grace Godwin, Author of ‘The Wanderer’s Legacy,’ ‘The Reproving Angel,’ &c. Godwin , Catherine Grace
John William Parker (London)
10508 Beauty and the beast, or, A rough outside with a gentle heart: a poetical version of an ancient tale, illustrated with a series of elegant engravings; and Beauty's song at her spinning wheel, set to music by Mr. Whitaker. Lamb , Charles
Lamb , Mary
Mary Jane Godwin (London)
10404 Bible rhymes, on the names of all the books of the Old and New Testament: with allusions to some of the principal incidents and characters. By Hannah More. Second edition, with additions. More , Hannah
John Hatchard and Son [187 Piccadilly] (London)
Thomas Cadell Jun. (London)
1822 Second edition, with additions.
12692 Camilla de Florian, and Other Poems. By an officer's wife. Fraser , Susan
11839 Chosroes and Heraclius; or, the Vicissitudes of a Century. By Miss Sandham, authoress of 'The Twin Sisters, 'Britannicus and Octavia,' &c. &c. Sandham , Elizabeth
John Harris and Son (London)
12614 Christmas Trifles; Consisting Principally of Geographical Charades, Valentines, and Poetical Pieces, for Young Persons. By Mrs. Reeve. Reeve , Sophia
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green (London)
Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton (London)
John Stacy (Norwich)