Geoname ID 2655603
Name Birmingham
Titles 36
Firms 38
People Born: 9, Died: 5

Titles

Displaying 1–25 of 36

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
13495 A funeral sermon, preached in Spitalfields-chapel, London, on Sunday, October 26, 1794,on the death of Mrs. Hester Ann Rogers, by the Rev. Thomas Coke, LL. D. Also, an appendix, written by her husband, with various pieces, selected and transcribed from her manuscript journals. ... [Price Six-Pence.] Rogers , Hester Ann
Rogers , James
Coke , Thomas
1795
11027 A poetic epistle, From Gabrielle D'Estrees, to Henry the Fourth. By Anthony Pasquin, Esq. d'Estrees , Gabrielle
Williams , John
Andrew Strahan [1788-1806, 1817-1831] (London)
Robinson [Birmingham] (Birmingham)
1788
5544 A squint at Elysium: or, Duke & no duke. A poem. By a lady of Birmingham. Unknown , [Woman]
s.n.
1791
3176 An authentic narrative of the life, together with the circumstances relative to the departure of the late Rev. John Wesley, who died at his house in London, on Wednesday, March 2, 1791, in the eighty-eighth year of his age. Ritchie , Elizabeth
1791
15432 Cecilia, or Memoirs of an Heiress. Burney , Frances
Martin and Hunter (Birmingham)
1809
15433 Cecilia, or Memoirs of an Heiress. Burney , Frances
Suffield (Birmingham)
1812
13482 Friendship in Death, in twenty letters from the Dead to the Living. To which are added, Letters moral and entertaining, in prose and verse. In three parts. By Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. To which is prefixed the Life of the Author. Rowe , Elizabeth Singer
1808
13496 Funeral sermon, preached in Spitalfields-chapel, London, on Sunday, October 26, 1794, on the death of Mrs. Hester Ann Rogers ; by the Rev. Thomas Coke, LL. D. Also, an appendix, written by her husband with various pieces, selected and transcribed from her manuscript journals. ... Sold at the Methodist Chapel [Price Six-Pence.] Rogers , Hester Ann
Rogers , James
Coke , Thomas
1795
12498 Hymns and Reflections ... Second edition. Farley , Mrs.
1835 Second edition.
3411 Israel, a poem: in four books. Containing I. The Captivity of the Children of Israel. II. Their deliverance from the Land of Egypt through the Hands of Moses and Aaron. III. Some singular and most remarkable Events at the Red Sea, Wilderness, &c IV. The last charge and death of Moses, with their happy arrival in the Land of Cariaan, interspersed with various other interesting and most entertaining Passages from the Holy Scriptures. Earnestly Recommended to the Attention of the Rising Generation. By Elizabeth Smith, Smith (1776-1806) , Elizabeth
1789
12050 Juvenile Reduplications: or, The New "House that Jack Built." A Parody. With appropriate cuts and explanatory notes. By J. Bisset, Author of The Orphan Boy; The Flights of Fancy; Bisset , James
1800
3469 Life review'd: a poem; founded on reflections upon the silent inhabitants of the church yard of Truro, in the County of Cornwall, With an elogy on the late Rev. Mr. Samuel Walker, who was Many Years Curate of that Borough. To which are added, the Lord's Prayer, Creed, and Ten Commandments, paraphrased, &c. By Elizabeth Smith. The Sixth Edition. Smith (1776-1806) , Elizabeth
1783 The Sixth Edition.
3438 Life Review'd: a poem; founded on reflections upon the silent inhabitants of the church yard of Truro, in the County of Cornwall, With an elogy on the late Rev. Mr. Samuel Walker, Who was Many Years Curate of that Borough. To which are added, the Lord's Prayer, Creed, and Ten Commandments. Paraphrased, &c. By E. Smith. Smith (1776-1806) , Elizabeth
1782
10106 Old Mother Hubbard and her dog. Martin , Sarah Catherine
1810
9559 Pastoral and Descriptive Poems . . . . Weller , Mary-Ann R.
1802
12521 Poems by Mrs. Pickering. To Which are Added Poetical Sketches by the author and translator of "Philotoxi Ardenae." Pointon , Priscilla
Morfitt , John
Weston , John
1794
12304 Poems on Several Occasions. By Miss Priscilla Pointon of Lichfield. Pointon , Priscilla
1770
9631 Poems on Various Subjects. By Anna Sawyer. With Notes, Historical and Explanatory. Sawyer , Anna
1801
9571 Poems, on Subjects Temporal and Divine Wilkes , Ann
Thomas Chapman [Ann Street] (Birmingham)
1808
11391 Prose and Verse. By Jane Webb. Loudon , Jane C.
Robert Wrightson (Birmingham)
1824
10270 The botanical and horticultural meeting, or, Flora's and Pomona's fete: a poem, in humble imitation of The butterfly's ball, &c. &c.; and respectfully dedicated to the members of the various botanical and horticultural societies. By a lady; from notes by John-Quill. Perkins , Elizabeth Steele
Beilby, Knott, and Beilby (Birmingham)
1834 2
10271 The botanical and horticultural meeting, or, Flora's and Pomona's fete: a poem, in humble imitation of The butterfly's ball, &c. &c.; and respectfully dedicated to the members of the various botanical and horticultural societies. By a lady; from notes by John-Quill. Perkins , Elizabeth Steele
Beilby, Knott, and Beilby (Birmingham)
1834 First Edition
3408 The brethren; a poem: in four books. Paraphrased from part of the history of Israel and his family, in Holy Writ. and Earnestly Recommended to the Attention of the Rising Generation; By Elizabeth Smith. Smith (1776-1806) , Elizabeth
1787
13505 The Character and Death of Mrs. Hester Ann Rogers ; Set forth in a sermon, preached on the occasion in Spitalfields-Chapel, London, on Sunday, October 26, 1794, by the rev. Thomas Coke, LL. D. Also, an appendix, written by her husband ; with various pieces selected and transcribed by him from her manuscript journals. Rogers , Hester Ann
Rogers , James
Coke , Thomas
1796
6978 The grammatical play-thing, or, Winter evening's recreation, for young ladies from four to twelve years old. By Mrs. Eves, Crescent School, Birmingham. Be merry and wise. Eves , Mrs.
1800