Geoname ID 5128581
Name New York City
Titles 118
Firms 115
People Born: 24, Died: 32

Titles

Displaying 51–75 of 117

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
15509 Evelina: Or, a Young Lady’s Entrance into the World. In Two Volumes. Burney , Frances
1797
18147 First annual report of the Ladies' New-York City Anti-Slavery Society Unknown , [Woman]
Warren Weston , Anne
Ladies' New York City Anti-Slavery Society (New York City)
1836
17262 Harry and Lucy: with other tales. By Maria Edgeworth; in two volumes. Edgeworth , Maria
Harper and Brothers [82 Cliff Street] (New York City)
1836
20083 Hymns for little children. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann
Taylor , Jane
Ken , Thomas
1812
20084 Hymns for little children. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann
Taylor , Jane
Ken , Thomas
1814
20085 Hymns for little children. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann
Taylor , Jane
Ken , Thomas
1815
20086 Hymns for little children. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann
Taylor , Jane
Ken , Thomas
1816
20087 Hymns for little children. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann
Taylor , Jane
Ken , Thomas
Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street] (New York City)
Samuel S. Wood & Co. (Baltimore)
1818
20089 Hymns for little children. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann
Taylor , Jane
Ken , Thomas
Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street] (New York City)
Samuel S. Wood & Co. (Baltimore)
1819
15501 Italy, by Lady Morgan. In Two Volumes Owenson , Sydney
Morgan , Thomas Charles
Cornelius S. Van Winkle (New York City)
M. Carey and Son [126 Chestnut Street] (Philadelphia)
Wells and Lilly (Boston)
Benjamin and Joseph Collins and Co. [New York City] (New York City)
Halsted, Bliss and White (New York City)
Evert Duyckinck [Water Street] (New York City)
Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street] (New York City)
William B. Gilley (New York City)
A. T. Goodrich (New York City)
J.V. Seaman (New York City)
F. and R. Lockwood (New York City)
1821 American 1st.
19596 King Henry VIII. A historical play, in five acts. By William Shakspeare. As altered and performed at the theatres, Covent-Garden, New-York, &c. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. Shakespeare , William
The Longworths (New York City)
1811
19597 King Lear; a tragedy, in five acts. By William Shakspeare. Altered as performed. With remarks by Mrs. Inchbald. Shakespeare , William
The Longworths (New York City)
1811
15394 Letters on the improvement of the mind: Adderssed to a young lady. In two volumes. By Mrs. Chapone. A new edition. Chapone , Hester Mulso
1793 A new edition
14455 Letters on the improvement of the mind. By Mrs. Chapone. Chapone , Hester Mulso
Richard Scott [276 Pearl Street] (New York City)
1819
15304 Letters to the Young. By Maria Jane Jewsbury. From the third London edition. Jewsbury , Maria Jane
D. Appleton and Co. (New York City)
1835 From the third London edition.
20105 Little poems for Little Readers. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann
Taylor , Jane
Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street] (New York City)
Samuel S. Wood & Co. (Baltimore)
1818
20106 Little poems for Little Readers. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann
Taylor , Jane
Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street] (New York City)
Samuel S. Wood & Co. (Baltimore)
1819
20102 Little Poems, for little readers. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann
Taylor , Jane
1815
20103 Little poems, for little readers. Taylor (later Gilbert) , Ann
Taylor , Jane
1816
794 Lodore. By the author of "Frankenstein." (Franklin Library Edition.) Shelley , Mary Wollstonecraft
Wallace and Newell (New York City)
1835 [American 1]
14579 Memoirs and Letters of Richard and Elizabeth Shackleton, Late of Ballitore, Ireland; Compiled by their Daughter Mary Leadbeater. Including a Concise Biographical Sketch, and Some Letters, of her Grandfather Abraham Shackleton. Shackleton , Elizabeth Carleton
Shackleton , Richard
Shackleton , Abraham
Samuel Wood and Sons [261 Pearl Street] (New York City)
Samuel S. Wood & Co. (Baltimore)
1823
17790 Memoirs of Emma Courtney. By Mary Hays. Two volumes in one. Hays , Mary
Hugh M. Griffith (New York City)
1802 [New York 1]
16513 Mrs. Barbauld's lessons, admirably adapted to the capacities of children. To which is added, two elegant tales, entitled The Basket Maker: and The Earthquake. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia
David Bliss [56 Maiden Lane] (New York City)
1806
16514 Mrs. Barbauld's lessons, admirably adapted to the capacities of children. To which is added, two elegant tales, entitled, The Basket-Maker: and The Earthquake Barbauld , Anna Laetitia
Daniel D. Smith (New York City)
1819
20974 New-Year's address of the carrier of the Weekly museum, to his patrons. Margaret Harrisson (New York City)
1808