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Unknown, . Bible in Miniature. London: Elizabeth Newbery, .
Unknown, . Bible in Miniuture. London: Elizabeth Newbery, .
Unknown, . Complete History of England with Heads of 36 Kings and Queens. London: Elizabeth Newbery, .
Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim's Progress. Elizabeth Newbery, .
Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim's Progress. Elizabeth Newbery, .
Unknown, . Bible in Miniuture. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1780.
Unknown, . Bible in Miniuture. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1780.
Unknown, . The Oxford sausage: or, Select poetical pieces, Written by the most celebrated wits of the University of Oxford. Oxford: George Robinson [ii], Elizabeth Newbery, William Jackson [Oxford Street], 1780.
Wynne, John H. Fables of Flowers, for the Female Sex. With Zephyrus and Flora, a Vision. By the author of Choice Emblems for Youth. London: George Riley [St. Paul's Churchyard], Elizabeth Newbery, 1781.
Abercrombie, John, and Thomas Mawe. Every man his own gardener. Being a new, and much more complete gardener's kalendar than any one hitherto published. Containing, Not only an Account of what Work is necessary to be done in the Kitchen and Fruit Garden, Pleasure Ground, Flower Garden, and Shrubbery; Nursery, Green-House, and Hot-House, for every Month in the Year, but also ample Directions for performing the said Work, according to the newest and most approved Methods now in Practice among the best Gardeners. With complete practical Directions for forcing all Kinds of choice Plants, Flowers, and Fruits, to early Perfection, in Hot-Beds, Hot-Houses, Hot-Walls, Forcing-Frames, Forcing-Houses, Vineries, &c. Also particular Directions relative to Soil and Situation, adapted to the different Sorts of Plants and Trees, &c. And to the whole is added, complete and useful Lists of Kitchen Garden Plants, Fruit-Trees, Forest Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Evergreens, Annual, Biennial, and Perennial Fibrous-Rooted Flowers, Bulrous and Tuberous-Rooted Flowers, Green-House, and Hot-House Plants, Proper for Cultivation in the English Gardens and Plantations. By Thomas Mawe, (gardener to His Grace the Duke of Leeds) John Abercrombie, (gardener, Tottenham Court) and other gardeners. London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Elizabeth Newbery, Stanley Crowder, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], George Robinson [iii], Thomas Cadell [London], Thomas Evans [46 Paternoster Row], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], Richard Baldwin, 1782.
Croxall, Samuel. Fables of Aesop and Others: Translated into English. With instructive applications; and a print before each fable. By Samuel Croxall, D.D. Late Archdeacon of Hereford. The twelfth edition, carefully revised, and improved. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], Stanley Crowder, George Robinson [ii], Thomas Cadell [London], Joseph Johnson, Charles Dilly, Robert Baldwin I, Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], John Bew [Paternoster Row], Thomas Caslon, William Strahan, Elizabeth Newbery, Thomas Longman II, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], William Ginger [1767-1792, 1805-1830], Benjamin Collins, 1782.
Shakespeare, William. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Tragedy, Written by William Shakspeare, Marked with the Variations in the Manager’s Book, At the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], William Strahan, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], Robert Horsfield, William Owen and Son, Thomas Caslon, Stanley Crowder, Benjamin White, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Charles Dilly, Thomas Cadell [London], George Keith, T. Bowles, James Robson, George Robinson [ii], Thomas Payne and Son, Robert Baldwin I, H. L. Gardner, James Nichols, John Bew [Paternoster Row], William Cater, W. Stuart, S. A. Cumberlege, John Fielding [23 Paternoster], Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row], Samuel Hayes, Elizabeth Newbery, 1782.
Stevens, George A. Songs, comic, and satyrical. By George Alexander Stevens. Oxford: George Alexander Stevens, 1782.
de Cervantes, Miguel. The history and adventures of the renowned Don Quixote. Translated from the Spanish of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. To which is prefixed, Some Account of the Author's Life. By T. Smollett, M.D. Illustrated with twenty-eight new copper-plates, designed by Hayman, and elegantly engraved. The fifth edition, corrected. In fou volumes. ... London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Norton Longman III, Thomas Caslon, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], William Nicoll, Elizabeth Newbery, Richardson and Urquhart, George Robinson [ii], Thomas Cadell [London], Richard Baldwin, John Knox [London], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], John Debrett [178 Piccadilly], James Fox, 1782.
Johnson, Samuel. The lives of the most eminent English poets; with critical observations on their works. By Samuel Johnson. In four volumes. ... London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], James Buckland [57 Paternoster, 1767–89], William Strahan, John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], Thomas Davies [Russell Street], Thomas Payne (also Paine), Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], William Owen, Benjamin White, Stanley Crowder, Thomas Caslon, Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Charles Dilly, James Dodsley, John Wilkie, James Robson, Joseph Johnson, Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], George Robinson [ii], Thomas Cadell [London], James Nichols, Elizabeth Newbery, T. Evans [Bristol], Peter Elmsley [Strand], Robert Baldwin I, George Nicholson [Ludlow], John Bew [Clifford's Inn], Joseph Bowen [New Bond Street], 1783.
Lockman, John. A new history of England, by question and answer, extracted from the most celebrated English historians, particularly M. de Rapin Thoyras, ... By the author of the Roman history by question and answer. London: James Buckland [57 Paternoster, 1767–89], John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], William Strahan, Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Elizabeth Newbery, 1784.
Abercrombie, John, and Thomas Mawe. Every man his own gardener. Being a new, and much more complete gardener's kalendar than any one hitherto published. Containing, Not only an Account of what Work is necessary to be done in the Kitchen and Fruit Garden, Pleasure Ground, Flower Garden, and Shrubbery; Nursery, Green-House, and Hot-House for every Month in the Year, but also ample Directions for performing the said Work, according to the newest and most approved Methods now in Practice among the best Gardeners. With complete practical Directions for forcing all Kinds of choice Plants, Flowers, and Fruits, to early Perfection, in Hot-Beds, Hot-Houses, Hot-Walls, Forcing frames, Forcing-Houses, Vineries, &c. Also particular Directions relative to Soil and Situation, adapted to the different Sorts of Plants and Trees, &c. And to the Whole is added, complete and useful Lists of Kitchen Garden Plants, Fruit Trees, Forest Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Evergreens, Annual, Biennial, and Perennial Fibrous-Rooted Flowers, Bulbous and Tuberous-Rooted Flowers, Green-House, and Hot-House Plants, Proper for Cultivation in the English Gardens and Plantations. By Thomas Mawe, Mawe, (gardener To His Grace The Duke Of Leeds) John Abercrombie, (gardener, Tottenham Court) and other gardeners. London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Thomas and William Lowndes, Joseph Johnson, George Robinson [ii], Thomas Cadell [London], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], Richard Baldwin, John Murray [25 Prince's Street], Elizabeth Newbery, 1784.
Shakespeare, William. Measure for measure. A comedy written by William Shakspeare. Marked with the variations in the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], William Strahan, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Lockyer Davis [Gray's Inn Gate], Thomas and William Lowndes, Richard Horsfield, William Owen and Son, Benjamin White, Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Charles Dilly, Thomas Cadell [London], T. Bowles, James Robson, George Robinson [ii], Thomas Payne and Son, Richard Baldwin, Henry Gardner, James Nichols, John Bew [Paternoster Row], William Cater, W. Stuart, Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row], Samuel Hayes, Elizabeth Newbery, 1784.
Glasse, Hannah. The art of cookery, made plain and easy; which far exceeds any thing of the kind yet published. ... To which are added, one hundred and fifty new and useful receipts. And also 50 receipts for different articles of perfumery. By Mrs. Glasse. A new edition. With all the modern improvements: And also the order of a bill of fare, for each month, in the manner the dishes are to be placed upon the table, in the present taste. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], George Robinson [ii], Thomas Cadell [London], Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row], Joseph Johnson, William Nicoll, Andrew Strahan [1788-1806, 1817-1831], Robert Baldwin I, Thomas Payne and Son, Thomas and William Lowndes, John Bew [Paternoster Row], James Robson, William Owen, Elizabeth Newbery, Thomas Longman II, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], George and Thomas Wilkie, John Sewell [Royal Exchange], Benjamin White and Son, William Fox, David Ogilvy, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], William and Charles Domville, John Knox [London], 1784.
Johnson, Samuel. The Fortune-Teller, by the Renowned Dr. Hurlothrumbo. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1784.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The history of England, from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Richardson and Urquhart, George Robinson [ii], Thomas Cadell [London], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row], John Sewell [Cornhill], Richard Baldwin, Elizabeth Newbery, Samuel Hayes, 1784.
Shakespeare, William. The life and death of King John, a tragedy, written by William Shakspeare. Marked with the variations of the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], William Strahan, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Lockyer Davis [Gray's Inn Gate], Thomas and William Lowndes, Elizabeth Newbery, 1784.
Richardson, Samuel. Clarissa; or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. and particularly shewing the distresses that may attend the misconduct, both of parents and children, in relation to marriage. In eight volumes. ... London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, T. Davis, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Thomas Cadell [London], George Robinson [ii], Richard Baldwin, Joseph Johnson, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], John Knox [London], William Fox, George and Thomas Wilkie, Elizabeth Newbery, 1785.
Gay, John. Fables by the late Mr. Gay. In one volume complete. London: James Buckland [57 Paternoster, 1767–89], Alexander Strahan, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Benjamin White, Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Thomas Carnan, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row], Richard Baldwin, John Sewell [Cornhill], Joseph Johnson, Henry Gardner, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], George and Thomas Wilkie, William Bent [34 Paternoster], Elizabeth Newbery, 1785.
Unknown, . Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. Calculated not only for the instruction of every newmade mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. Containing, I. A circumstantial account of all the proceedings in making a mason, with the several obligations of an entered apprentice, fellow-craft, and master; the prayers, and also the sign, grip, and password of each degree, with the ceremony of the mop and pail. II. The manner of opening a lodge, and setting the craft to work. ... VII. A safe and easy method proposed, by which a man may obtain admittance into any lodge, without passing through the form required, and thereby save a guinea or two in his pocket. VIII. Anthems, odes, songs, &c. illustrated with a beautiful frontispiece of the regalia, jewels, and emblematical ornaments belonging to masonry, and an accurate plan of the drawing on the floor of a lodge. Interspersed with variety of notes and remarks, necessary to explain and sender the whole clear to the meanest capacity. To which is now added, a new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution, and days of meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet-street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate-street. London: Elizabeth Newbery, William Nicoll, 1785.
Shakespeare, William. Macbeth. A tragedy. Written by William Shakspeare, with the additions set to music by Mr. Locke and Dr. Arne. Marked with the variations in the manager's book,at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], Andrew Strahan [1788-1806, 1817-1831], William Strahan, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], William Owen and Son, Benjamin White and Son, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Charles Dilly, Thomas Cadell [London], Thomas Payne and Son, James Robson, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Davies [Russell Street], T. Bowles, Richard Baldwin, Henry Gardner, James Nichols, John Bew [Paternoster Row], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], W. Stuart, Samuel Hayes, William Bent [34 Paternoster], Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row], William Fox, Elizabeth Newbery, 1785.
Johnson, Samuel. The Fortune-Teller, by the Renowned Dr. Hurlothrumbo. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1785.
Shakespeare, William. The plays of William Shakspeare. In ten volumes. With the corrections and illustrations of various commentators; to which are added notes by Samuel Johnson and George Steevens. The third edition, revised and augmented by the editor of Dodsley's collection of old plays. Charles Bathurst [Cross Keys], John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], Thomas Payne and Son, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], William Owen, Benjamin White and Son, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], T. Bowles, Joseph Johnson, Charles Dilly, James Robson, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], Henry Gardner, J. Nichols [Unknown], John Bew [Paternoster Row], W. Stuart, Robert Baldwin I, John Murray I [Fleet Street], Alexander Strahan, Thomas Vernor [Birchin Lane], James Barker, William Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], Samuel Hayes, George and Thomas Wilkie, James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Thomas and John Egerton, William Fox, Elizabeth Newbery, 1785.
de Cervantes, Miguel. Adventures of Don Quixote Abridged. Elizabeth Newbery, 1786.
Shakespeare, William. As you like it. A comedy. Written by William Shakspeare. Marked with the variations in the manager’s book, at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], William Owen and Son, Benjamin White and Son, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [Ave Maria Lane, unspecified number], Charles Dilly, Thomas Payne and Son, James Nichols, Thomas Cadell [London], James Robson, George, George, and John Robinson, Alexander Strahan, T. Bowles, Richard Baldwin, Henry Gardner, John Bew [Paternoster Row], William Cater, John Murray [25 Prince's Street], W. Stuart, Samuel Hayes, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row], George and Thomas Wilkie, William Fox, James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Elizabeth Newbery, James Barker, 1786.
Shakespeare, William. Coriolanus. A tragedy. Written by William Shakspeare. Marked with the variations in the manager’s book, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], William Owen and Son, Benjamin White and Son, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Charles Dilly, Thomas Payne and Son, James Nichols, Thomas Cadell [London], James Robson, George, George, and John Robinson, T. Bowles, Richard Baldwin, Henry Gardner, John Bew [Clifford's Inn], William Cater, John Murray [25 Prince's Street], W. Stuart, Samuel Hayes, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row], George and Thomas Wilkie, William Fox, James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Elizabeth Newbery, James Barker, Thomas and John Egerton, David Ogilvy, Robert Faulder, 1786.
Croxall, Samuel. Fables of Aesop and Others: Translated into English. With instructive applications; and a print before each fable. By Samuel Croxall, D.D. Late Archdeacon of Hereford. The thirteenth edition, carefully revised, and improved. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], Thomas Cadell [London], James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Joseph Johnson, Charles Dilly, Andrew Strahan [1788-1806, 1817-1831], Robert Baldwin I, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], William Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], John Bew [Paternoster Row], George, George, John and James Robinson, Elizabeth Newbery, Thomas Longman II, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], William Ginger [1767-1792, 1805-1830], Benjamin Charles Collins, William Bent [34 Paternoster], 1786.
Unknown, . Paths of Virtue, Exemplified in the Lives of Eminent Men and Women. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1786.
Unknown, . The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. London: Elizabeth Newbery, Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], James Buckland [57 Paternoster, 1767–89], Charles, John, George and Francis Rivington, William Owen, Richard Horsfield, Benjamin and John White, Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], J. Nichols [Unknown], William Fox, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], Charles Dilly, 1786.
Lockman, John. A New History of England, by Question and Answer, Extracted from the Most Celebrated English Historians, particularly M. Rapin de Thoyras, For the Instruction and Entertainment of our Youth of Both Sexes. By the author of the Roman History by Question and Answer. The Twenty-First Edition corrected, and brought down to the present time. Adorned with Thirty-two Copper-Plates, representing the most remarkable Occurrences, and the Heads of all the Kings and Queens. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], George Robinson [ii], Thomas Cadell [London], James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Charles Dilly, Robert Baldwin I, Thomas Carnan, Elizabeth Newbery, Thomas Longman II, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], George and Thomas Wilkie, James Buckland [57 Paternoster, 1767–89], Alexander Strahan, 1787.
Fénelon, François d. S. d. L. M. The adventures of Telemachus, the son of Ulysses. By the Archbishop of Cambray. In French and English. The original carefully printed according to the best editions of France; and corrected by John Perrin. ... London: Charles Nourse, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Joseph Johnson, Charles Lowndes [1806-1808, 1817-1824; Marquis Court], James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], Elizabeth Newbery, 1787.
Unknown, . The Flights of a Lady-Bird. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1787.
Johnson, Richard. The Foundling; or, the History of Lucius Stanhope. Embellished with cuts. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1787.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The history of England, from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. London: Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Payne and Son, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], John Sewell [Cornhill], William Richardson [printer, Strand], Richard Baldwin, Samuel Hayes, Elizabeth Newbery, 1787.
Hawkins, John. The life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. By Sir John Hawkins, Knt. London: James Buckland [57 Paternoster, 1767–89], John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], Thomas Payne and Son, Lockyer Davis [Gray's Inn Gate], Benjamin White and Son, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], James Dodsley, Henry Baldwin [Fleet Street], James Robson, Joseph Johnson, Charles Dilly, Thomas Vernor [Birchin Lane], William Nicol, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], Thomas Carnan, J. Nichols [Unknown], John Bew [Paternoster Row], Richard Baldwin, Nathaniel Conant [Fleet Street], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], Robert Faulder, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row], William Bent [34 Paternoster], Samuel Hayes, George and Thomas Wilkie, Thomas and John Egerton, William Fox, Benjamin Collins, Elizabeth Newbery, 1787.
Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim's Progress. Elizabeth Newbery, 1787.
Abercrombie, John, and Thomas Mawe. Every man his own gardener. Being a new, and much more complete gardener's kalendar, and General Director, than any one hitherto published. Containing, Not only an Account of what Work is necessary to be done in the Kitchen and Fruit Garden, Pleasure Ground, Flower Garden and Shrubbery; Nursery, Green-House, and Hot-House for every Month in the Year, but also ample practical Directions for performing the said Work, according to the newest and most approved Methods now in Practice among the best Gardeners. With complete practical Directions for Forcing all Kinds of choice Plants, Flowers and Fruits, to early Perfection, in Hot-Beds, Hot-Houses, Hot-Walls, Forcing-Frames, Forcing-Houses, Vineries, &c. Also particular Directions relative to Soil and Situation, adapted to the different Sorts of Plants and Trees, &c. And to the Whole are added, complete and useful Lists of Kitchen Garden Plants, Fruit Trees, Forest Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Evergreens, Annual, Biennial, and Perennial Fibrous-Rooted Flowers, Bulbous and Tuberous-Rooted Flowers, Green-House, and Hot-House Plants, Proper for Cultivation in the English Gardens and Plantations, &c. &c. And, to which, in this Edition, are added, additional Systematic General Catalogues of Hardy Herbaceous Perennials and Biennials, and of Hot-House Plants (not in any former Edition) with general Explanations of their Nature and Culture. By Thomas Mawe, (gardener to his grace the Duke of Leeds) John Abercrombie, Gardener, Newington, Surry; (formerly of Tottenham-Court, Middlesex,) and other gardeners Corrected, and greatly Enlarged, with considerable material new Additions, and wholly new improved in the most copious and general Manner in every Department of the Work, rendering it much superior, and more universally Instructive than any former Edition. London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Joseph Johnson, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], Richard Baldwin, John Murray [25 Prince's Street], Elizabeth Newbery, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], 1788.
Gay, John. Fables by the late Mr. Gay. In one volume complete. London: James Buckland [57 Paternoster, 1767–89], Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Benjamin White, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [Stationer's Court], Elizabeth Newbery, 1788.
Croxall, Samuel. Fables of Aesop and Others: Translated into English. With instructive applications; and a print before each fable. By Samuel Croxall, D.D. Late Archdeacon of Hereford. The fourteenth edition, carefully revised, and improved. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], Thomas Cadell [London], James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Joseph Johnson, Robert Baldwin I, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], William Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], John Bew [Paternoster Row], George, George, John and James Robinson, Charles Stalker [Stationer's Court], Elizabeth Newbery, Thomas Longman II, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], William Bent [34 Paternoster], 1788.
Milton, John. Milton's Paradise lost illustrated with texts of scripture, by John Gillies, D. D. One Of The Ministers In Glasgow. London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Lockyer Davis [Gray's Inn Gate], Benjamin White and Son, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], James Dodsley, Joseph Johnson, James Robson, William Clarke, Charles Dilly, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], Richard Baldwin, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], John Bew [Clifford's Inn], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], William Otridge, George and Thomas Wilkie, Elizabeth Newbery, 1788.
Johnson, Richard. Rural felicity; or, the history of Tommy and Sally. Embellished with cuts. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1788.
Johnson, Richard. Rural felicity; or, the history of Tommy and Sally. Embellished with cuts. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1788.
The Adventurer. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], James Dodsley, Thomas Cadell [London], Thomas Norton Longman III, William Nicoll, Robert Baldwin I, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], William Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], James Robson and Co., William Flexney [319 Holborn], George, George, John and James Robinson, John Murray I [Fleet Street], Elizabeth Newbery, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], George and Thomas Wilkie, Samuel Hayes, William Fox, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], 1788.
Glasse, Hannah. The art of cookery, made plain and easy; which far exceeds any thing of the kind yet published. Containing, I. How to Roast and Boil to Persection every Thing necessary to be sent up to Table. II. Of Made Dishes. III. How expensive a French Cook's Sauce is. IV. To make a Number of pretty little Dishes for a Supper or Side-Dish, and little Corner-Dishes for a great Table. V. To dresh Fish. VI. Of Soups and Broths. Vii. Of Puddings. Viii. Of Pics. IX. For a Lent Dinner; a Number of good Dishes, which may be made use of at any other Time. X. Directions to prepare proper Food for the Sick. XI. For Captains of Ships; how to make all useful Dishes for a Voyage; and setting out a Table on board. XII. Of Hog's Puddings, Sausages, &c. XIII. To pot and make Hams, &c. XIV. Of Dickling. XV. Of making Cakes, &c. XVI. Of Cheesecakes, Creams, Jellies, Whipt Syllabubs, &c. XVII. Of Made Wines, Brewing, French Bread, Muslins, &c. XVIII. Jarring Cherries and Preserves, &c. XIX. To make Anchovies, Vermicelli, Catchup, Vinegar, and to keep Artichokes, French Beans, &c. XX. Of Distilling. XXI. How to market; the Season of the Year for Butcher's Meat, Poultry, Fish, Herbs, Roots, and Fruit. XXII. A certain Cure for the Bite of a Mad Dog, by Dr. Mead. XXIII. A Receipt to keep clear from Bugs. To which are added, one hundred and fifty new and useful receipts. And also fifty receipts for different articles of perfumery. With a copious index. By Mrs. Glasse. A new edition, with all the modern improvements: and also the order of a bill of fare for each month, in the manner the dishes are to be placed upon the table, in the present taste. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], Thomas Cadell [London], Joseph Johnson, William Nicoll, Robert Baldwin I, Henry Gardner, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Thomas Payne and Son, William Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], John Bew [Paternoster Row], George, George, John and James Robinson, Charles Stalker [Stationer's Court], John Debrett [178 Piccadilly], Thomas Vernor [Birchin Lane], Elizabeth Newbery, Thomas Longman II, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], George and Thomas Wilkie, John Sewell [Cornhill], Benjamin White and Son, James Robson and W. Clarke, Samuel Hayes, William Fox, David Ogilvy, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], John Knox [London], 1788.
Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim's Progress. Elizabeth Newbery, 1789.
Lockman, John. A New History of England, by Question and Answer, Extracted from the Most Celebrated English Historians, particularly M. Rapin de Thoyras, by the author of the Roman History by Question and Answer. The twenty-second edition, corrected, and brought down to the present time. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], Thomas Cadell [London], James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Charles Dilly, Andrew Strahan [1788-1806, 1817-1831], Robert Baldwin I, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], William Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], George, George, John and James Robinson, Elizabeth Newbery, Thomas Longman II, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], George and Thomas Wilkie, Francis Power, 1790.
Hoyle, Edmond. Hoyle's games improved; being practical treatises on whist, quadrille, piquet, chess, back-gammon, draughts, cricket, Tennis, Quinze, Hazard, Lansquenet, Billiards, and Goff or Golf: In which are contained, the method of betting at those games upon equal or advantageous Terms; including the laws of each, as settled and agreed to, at Brookes's, White's, D'Aubigny's, the Scavoir Vivre, Miles's, Payne's, and other Fashionable Houses &c. Revised and corrected by Charles Jones, Esq. A new edition enlarged. London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Payne and Son, Richard Baldwin, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], Elizabeth Newbery, Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row], George and Thomas Wilkie, Charles Stalker [King Street], 1790.
Unknown, . Moral Sketches for Young Minds. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1790.
Hoppus, Edward. Practical measuring made easy to the meanest capacity by a new set of tables: Which show at sight, the solid or superficial content (and consequently the value) of any piece of quantity of squared or round timber, be it standing or felled, also of stone, board, glass, &c. made use of in the erecting or repairing of any building, &c, contrived to answer all the occasions of gentlemen and artificers, far beyond any thing yet extant: the contents being given in feet, inches, and twelfth parts of an inch. With a preface, shewing the excellence of this new method of measuring, and demonstrating, that whoever ventures to rely upon those obsolete tables and directions published by Isaac Keay, is liable to be deceived (in common cases) 10s. in the pound. By E. Hoppus, surveyor to the corporation of the London assurance. The twelfth edition. Greatly improved by the following additions, I. New tables shewing at sight the value of any piece or quantity of timber, stone, &c. at any price per foot cube. II. Mr. Hoppus's table of solid measure applied to the freighting of ships. III. Some very curious observations concerning the measuring of timber by several dimensions, communicated by one of His Majesty's purveyors. London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Elizabeth Newbery, Joseph Johnson, George, George, and John Robinson, Richard Baldwin, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], John Bew [Clifford's Inn], Samuel Hayes, George and Thomas Wilkie, James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], John Taylor, 1790.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The history of England, from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. London: Lockyer Davis [Gray's Inn Gate], Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Payne and Son, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], George, George, John and James Robinson, William Richardson [printer, Strand], Thomas Cadell [London], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], John Sewell [Cornhill], Richard Baldwin, Samuel Hayes, Elizabeth Newbery, 1790.
Shakespeare, William. The plays and poems of William Shakspeare, in ten volumes; collated verbatim with the most authentick copies, and revised: with the corrections and illustrations of various commentators; to which are added, an essay on the chronological order of his plays; an essay relative to Shakspeare and Jonson; a dissertation ON The Three Parts Of King Henry VI.; an historical account Of The English Stage; And Notes; by Edmond Malone. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], Benjamin White and Son, Thomas Longman II, B. Law and Son, Henry Sampson Woodfall, Charles Dilly, James Robson, Joseph Johnson, Thomas Vernor [Birchin Lane], George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], Robert Baldwin I, H. L. Gardner, John Sewell [Royal Exchange], J. Nichols [Unknown], John Bew [Paternoster Row], Thomas Payne II, Samuel Hayes, Robert Faulder, William Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], George and Thomas Wilkie, James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Thomas and John Egerton, Charles Stalker [Stationer's Court], James Barker, James Edwards, David Ogilvy and J. Speare, John Cuthell [24 Middle Row], James Lackington [46 Chiswell Street], Elizabeth Newbery, 1790.
Nelson, Robert. A Companion for the Festivals and Fasts of the Church of England: with Collects and Prayers for each Solemnity. By Robert Nelson, Esq. The Twenty-Sixth Edition. London: Thomas Norton Longman III, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Elizabeth Newbery, George, George, John and James Robinson, Robert Baldwin I, W. Stuart, William Flexney [319 Holborn], T. Evans, S. Crowder, B. Law and Son, Sir Charles Corbett, J. Nichol, Robert Faulder, William Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], George and Thomas Wilkie, Henry Gardner, John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825], James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Richard Ryan [351 Oxford Street], 1791.
Boreman, Thomas. A Description of Three Hundred Animals, viz. Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Serpents, and Insects, with a Particular Account of the Manner of their Catching Whales in Greenland. Illustrated with copper-plates. New edition. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Robert Baldwin I, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], George, George, John and James Robinson, Elizabeth Newbery, George and Thomas Wilkie, F. Power & Co., Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row], 1791.
Masson, Charles F. P. Elmina; or, The Flower that Never Fades. A tale for young people. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1791.
Abercrombie, John. Every man his own gardener. Being a new and much more complete gardener's kalendar, and General Director, than any one hitherto published. Containing, Not only an Account of what Work is necessary to be done in the Kitchen and Fruit Garden, Pleasure Ground, Flower Garden and Shrubbery; Nursery, Green-House, and Hot-House, for every Month in the Year, but also ample practical Directions for performing the said Work, according to the newest and most approved Methods now in practice among the best Gardeners. With complete practical Directions for Forcing all Kinds of choice Plants, Flowers, and Fruits, to early Perfection, in Hot-Beds, Hot-Houses, Hot-Walls, Forcing-Frames, Forcing-Houses, Vineries, &c. Also particular Directions relative to Soil and Situation, adapted to the different Sorts of Plants and Trees, &c. And to the Whole are added, complete and useful Lists of Kitchen Garden Plants, Fruit Trees, Forest Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Evergreens, Annual, Biennial, and Perennial Fibrous-Rooted Flowers, Bulbous and Teberous - Rooted Flowers, Green-House, and Hot-House Plants; Proper for Cultivation in the English Gardens and Plantations, &c. &c. And to which, in this Edition, are added, additional Systematic General Catalogues of Hardy Herbaceous Perennials and Biennials, and of Hot-House Plants (not in any former Edition) with general Explanations of their Nature and Culture. London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Joseph Johnson, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], Richard Baldwin, John Murray [25 Prince's Street], Elizabeth Newbery, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], 1791.
Richardson, Samuel. Clarissa; or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. and particularly shewing the distresses that may attend the misconduct, both of parents and children, in relation to marriage. In eight volumes. ... London: Bedwell Law and Son, Thomas Cadell [London], George, George, John and James Robinson, Richard Baldwin, Joseph Johnson, William Richardson [printer, Strand], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], Thomas Vernor [Birchin Lane], William Lane, Thomas Hookham and James Carpenter [New Bond Street], George and Thomas Wilkie, Elizabeth Newbery, 1792.
Pinchard, Elizabeth S. Dramatic dialogues, for the use of young persons. By the author of The blind child. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1792.
Gay, John. Fables by the late Mr. Gay. In One Volume Complete. London: Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Elizabeth Newbery, Benjamin White and Son, Thomas Longman II, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], George, George, and John Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row], Richard Baldwin, John Sewell [Cornhill], Joseph Johnson, Henry Gardner, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], William Bent [34 Paternoster], James Scatcherd, John Whitaker, George and Thomas Wilkie, 1792.
Unknown, . Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. Calculated not only for the instruction of every new made mason; but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. Containing, I. A circumstantial account of all the proceedings in making a mason, with the several obligations of an entered apprentice, fellow-craft, and master; the prayers, and also the sign, grip, and password of each degree, with the ceremony of the mop and pail. II. The manner of opening a lodge, and setting the craft to work. .... VII. A safe and easy method proposed, by which a man may obtain admittance into any lodge, without passing through the form required, and thereby save a guinea or two in his pocket. VII. Anthems, odes, songs, &c. Illustrated with a beautiful frontispiece of the regalia, jewels, and emblematical ornaments belonging to masonry, and an accurate plan of the drawing on the floot of a lodge, interspersed with variety of notes and remarks, necessary to explain and render the whole clear to the meanest capacity. To which is now added, a new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution, and days of meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet-street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate-street. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1792.
Long, Robert. Short rules for playing the game of cassino; by Robert Long. London: J. Owen, Elizabeth Newbery, T. Mortimer, 1792.
The beauties of the poets: being a collection of moral and sacred poetry, from the most eminent authors. Compiled by the late Rev. Thos. Janes, of Bristol. London: Stephen Couchman, George, George, John and James Robinson, Elizabeth Newbery, George Wilkie [Paternoster Row], Thomas Vernor [Birchin Lane], John Parsons, William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], Thomas Boosey, 1792.
Gay, John. Fables by John Gay, with a life of the author, and embellished with a plate to each fable. London: Francis and Charles Rivington, Benjamin White and Son, Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law and Son, George, George, and John Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row], Richard Baldwin, John Sewell [Cornhill], Joseph Johnson, Henry Gardner, John Bew [Clifford's Inn], John Murray [52 Prince's Street], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], James Scatcherd, George and Thomas Wilkie, Elizabeth Newbery, 1793.
Milton, John. Milton's Paradise lost illustrated with texts of scripture, by John Gillies, D. D. One Of The Ministers In Glasgow. London: Benjamin White and Son, Elizabeth Newbery, Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law and Son, James Dodsley, Joseph Johnson, Charles Dilly, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], James Nichols, Richard Baldwin, John Sewell [Cornhill], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], Thomas Hookham [New Bond Street], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], Francis and Charles Rivington, Samuel Hayes, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], James Scatcherd, John Taylor, Edward Jeffery [Colonnade], William Miller [New Bond Street], 1793.
Fénelon, François d. S. d. L. M. The adventures of Telemachus, the son of Ulysses. By the Archbishop of Cambray. Translated from the French. London: Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law and Son, Joseph Johnson, Francis and Charles Rivington, Charles Lowndes [1806-1808, 1817-1824; Marquis Court], James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], James Evans, Francis Wingrave, Elizabeth Newbery, 1793.
Shakespeare, William. The plays of William Shakspeare. In fifteen volumes. With the corrections and illustrations of various commentators. To which are added, notes by Samuel Johnson and George Steevens. The fourth edition. Revised and augmented (with a glossarial index) by the editor of Dodsley's collection of old plays. London: Thomas Norton Longman III, B. Law and Son, Charles Dilly, James Robson, J. Johnson, Thomas Vernor [Ludgate Hill], George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], John Murray [25 Prince's Street], Robert Baldwin I, H. L. Gardner, John Sewell [Royal Exchange], John and Isaac Nicholls, Francis and Charles Rivington, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], Thomas Payne II, Samuel Hayes, Robert Faulder, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], Benjamin and John White, George and Thomas Wilkie, James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Thomas and John Egerton, Elizabeth Newbery, James Barker, James Edwards, David Ogilvy and J. Speare, John Cuthell [4 Middle Row], James Lackington [46 Chiswell Street], John Deighton [325 High Holborn], William Miller [New Bond Street], J. and J. Taylor, 1793.
Jones, Stephen. A new biographical dictionary; or, pocket compendium: containing a brief account of the lives and writings of the most eminent persons in every age and nation. London: George, George, and John Robinson, James Wallis [19 Paternoster Row], Elizabeth Newbery, James Scatcherd, 1794.
Lockman, John. A New History of England, by Question and Answer, Extracted from the Most Celebrated English Historians, particularly M. Rapin de Thoyras, by the author of the Roman History by Question and Answer. The Twenty-Third Edition corrected, and brought down to the present time. London: Thomas Cadell [London], Thomas Norton Longman III, George, George, and John Robinson, Charles Dilly, Robert Baldwin I, William Bent [55 Paternoster], William Richardson [Cornhill], James Scatcherd, Elizabeth Newbery, Francis and Charles Rivington, Bedwell Law and Son, George and Thomas Wilkie, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], William Goldsmith [Warwick], 1794.
Hartley, David. Argument on the French Revolution. By David Hartley, Esq. Bath: Richard Cruttwell, 1794.
Masson, Charles F. P. Elmina; or, The Flower that Never Fades. A tale for young people. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1794.
Croxall, Samuel. Fables of Aesop and Others: Translated into English. With instructive applications; and a print before each fable. By Samuel Croxall, D.D. Late Archdeacon of Hereford. The fifteenth edition, carefully revised, and improved. London: Thomas Cadell [London], George, George, and John Robinson, James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Joseph Johnson, Charles Dilly, Robert Baldwin I, William Bent [55 Paternoster], John Bew [Paternoster Row], Elizabeth Newbery, Thomas Norton Longman III, Francis and Charles Rivington, Bedwell Law and Son, George and Thomas Wilkie, William Ginger [1767-1792, 1805-1830], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], William Goldsmith [Warwick], 1794.
Unknown, . The beauties of ancient poetry. Intended as a companion to the Beauties of English poetry. London: Elizabeth Newbery, John Wallis [Ludgate Street], 1794.
Unknown, . The father's gift: Or the Way to be wise and happy. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1794.
Unknown, . The Foundling; or, the History of Lucius Stanhope. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1794.
Nelson, Robert. A companion for the festivals and fasts of the Church of England: With collects and prayers for each solemnity. By Robert Nelson, Esq. London: Stanley Crowder, Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law and Son, Francis and Charles Rivington, George, George, John and James Robinson, Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row], Richard Baldwin, W. Stuart, James Nichols, Thomas Evans [32 Paternoster Row], Robert Faulder, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], George and Thomas Wilkie, Henry Gardner, J. Walker, James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, Elizabeth Newbery, 1795.
, Aesop. Aesop's Fables. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1795.
Unknown, . Constantio and Selima. A Fairy Tale. Salisbury: Elizabeth Newbery, 1795.
de Cervantes, Miguel. History of Don Quixote Abridged. Elizabeth Newbery, 1795.
Newbery, Elizabeth, and Unknown. Instructive Fragments. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1795.
Newbery, Elizabeth. Publications for the instruction and amusement of young people. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1795.
The Adventurer. London: John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], James Dodsley, Thomas Cadell [London], Thomas Norton Longman III, William Nicoll, Robert Baldwin I, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], William Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], James Robson and Co., William Flexney [319 Holborn], George, George, John and James Robinson, Elizabeth Newbery, William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], George and Thomas Wilkie, Samuel Hayes, William Fox, Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], John Murray II [Fleet Street], 1795.
Day, Thomas. The history of Sandford and Merton. Abridged from the original. Embellished with elegant plates. London: James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row], Elizabeth Newbery, 1795.
Unknown, . The Lilliputian Letter-Writer. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1795.
d'Aulnoy, Marie-Catherine. The Renowned History of the White Cat, and other interesting stories. Adorned with cuts. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1795.
Jones, Stephen. A new biographical dictionary: containing a brief account of the lives and writings of the most eminent persons and remarkable characters in every age and nation. By Stephen Jones. London: George, George, and John Robinson, James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row], James Scatcherd, Elizabeth Newbery, 1796.
Wakefield, Priscilla. An introduction to botany: in a series of familiar letters, with illustrative engravings. By Priscilla Wakefield. London: William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Birchin Lane], Elizabeth Newbery, 1796.
Gay, John. Fables by the late Mr. Gay. In one volume complete. London: Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], George, George, and John Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], Samuel Bladon [13 Paternoster Row], Richard Baldwin, John Sewell [Cornhill], Joseph Johnson, Henry Gardner, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], Francis and Charles Rivington, William Bent [34 Paternoster], James Scatcherd, John Whitaker, George and Thomas Wilkie, J. Walker, Elizabeth Newbery, 1796.
Hamilton, Anthony. History of May-Flower. A Circassian tale. Salisbury: Elizabeth Newbery, 1796.
Glasse, Hannah. The art of cookery, made plain and easy; Which far excels any Thing of the Kind yet published. Containing, I. A List of the various Kinds of Meat, Poultry, Fish, Vegetables, and Fruit, in Season, in every Month of the Year. II. Directions for Marketing. III. How to Roast and Boil to Perfection. IV. Sauces for all plain Dishes. V. Made Dishes. VI. To dress Poultry, Game, &c. Vii. How expensive a French Cook's Sauce is. Viii. To make a Number of pretty little Dishes for Suppers, or Side or Corner Dishes. IX. To dress Turtle, Mock-Turtle, &c. X. To dress Fish. XI. Sauces for Fish. XII. Of Soups and Broths. XIII. Of Puddings and Pies. XIV. For a Lent Dinner; a Number of good Dishes, which may be made use of at any other Time. XV. Directions for the Sick. XVI. For Captains of Ships; how to make all useful Dishes for a Voyage; and setting out a Table on board. XVII. Of Hog's Puddings, Sausages, &c. XVIII. To pot, make Hams, &c. XIX. Of Pickling. XX. Of making Cakes, &c. XXI. Of Cheesecakes, Creams, Jellies, Whipt Sullabubs. XXII. Of Made Wines, Brewing, Baking, French Bread, Muffins, Cheese, &c. XXIII. Jarring Cherries, Preserves, &c. XXIV. To make Anchovies, Vermicelli, Catchup, Vinegar, and to keep Artichokes, French Beans, &c. XXV. Of Distilling. XXVI. Directions for Carving. XXVII. Useful and valuable Family Receipts. XXVIII. Receipts for Perfumery, &c. In which are included, one hundred and fifty new and useful receipts, not inserted in any former edition. With a copious index. By Mrs. Glasse. A new edition, with all the modern improvements: And also the order of a bill of fare for each month; the dishes arranged on the table in the most fashionable style. London: George, George, and John Robinson, Joseph Johnson, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Birchin Lane], William Lane [Leadenhall Street], Henry Gardner, John Debrett [179 Piccadilly], Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], William Richardson [Cornhill], James Scatcherd, Benjamin Crosby, Thomas Payne II, James Nunn, Elizabeth Newbery, Thomas Norton Longman III, Francis and Charles Rivington, William Clarke and Son, George and Thomas Wilkie, John Sewell [Cornhill], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], William Fox, David Ogilvy and J. Speare, William Nicoll Jr., James Barker [Drury Lane], 1796.
Dodd, William. The Beauties of History; or, Pictures of Virtue and Vice: Drawn from Examples of Men eminent for their virtues, or infamous for their vices. By the late W. Dodd, L.L.D. Considerably Enlarged. London: William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Birchin Lane], Elizabeth Newbery, 1796.
Palmer, Charlotte. A newly-Invented copy-book, by Charlotte Palmer. London: 1797.
Fénelon, François d. S. d. L. M. Avantures de Telemaque, corrigée par N. Wanostracht, L.L.D. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Birchin Lane], Elizabeth Newbery, 1797.
Fénelon, François d. S. d. L. M. Avantures de Telemaque, corrigée par N. Wanostracht, L.L.D. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Birchin Lane], Elizabeth Newbery, 1797.
Unknown, . Moral Sketches for Young Minds. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1797.
Brewer, George. Siamese Tales. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1797.
Goldsmith, Oliver. The history of England, from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. London: Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], George, George, and John Robinson, William Richardson [Cornhill], John Sewell [Cornhill], Richard Baldwin, Thomas Payne (also Paine), James Scatcherd, J. Walker, George and Thomas Wilkie, Thomas Norton Longman III, Thomas Cadell Jun., William Davies, Elizabeth Newbery, 1797.
Day, Thomas. The History of Sandford and Merton. Abridged from the Original. Embellished with Elegant Plates. The third edition. London: Elizabeth Newbery, John Wallis [Ludgate Street], 1797.
Fenn, Ellenor. The Infant's Delight. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1797.
Fenn, Ellenor. The infant's friend. Part I. A spelling book. By Mrs. Lovechild. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1797.
Fenn, Ellenor. The infant's friend. Part II. Reading lessons. By Mrs. Lovechild. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1797.
Shakespeare, William. The plays of William Shakspeare, accurately printed from the text of Mr. Steevens's last edition, with a selection of the most important notes. In eight volumes. London: Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Charles Dilly, Joseph Johnson, George, George, and John Robinson, Richard Baldwin, Henry Gardner, John Sewell [Cornhill], William Richardson [Cornhill], James Nichols, Francis and Charles Rivington, Thomas Payne II, Robert Faulder, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], Benjamin and John White, George and Thomas Wilkie, James Taylor and Co., James Scatcherd, Thomas Egerton [30 Charing Cross], Elizabeth Newbery, William Bent [34 Paternoster], John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825], William Clarke and Son, James Barker, James Edwards, David Ogilvy and Son, John Cuthell [1811-1828], James Nunn, John Anderson, Jr., James Lackington [46 Chiswell Street], Thomas Kay, John Deighton [274 High Holborn], William Miller [Albemarle Street], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Birchin Lane], Thomas Cadell and William Davies, John Murray and Samuel Highley, Lee and Hurst, 1797.
Bacon, Matthew. A treatise on leases and terms for years. By Matthew Bacon, Of The Middle Temple, Esq. London: Thomas Cadell [London], Charles Dilly, George, George, and John Robinson, Joseph Johnson, Robert Baldwin I, Alexander Strahan, William Otridge, Edward and Robert Brooke, Francis and Charles Rivington, Joseph Butterworth, Elizabeth Newbery, William Clarke and Son, John Stockdale, Thomas Payne II, John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825], Richard Banister, Richard Pheney [Temple Lane], Thomas Norton Longman III, Robert Bickerstaff, John White [Fleet Street], 1798.
Wakefield, Priscilla. An introduction to botany: in a series of familiar letters, with illustrative engravings. By Priscilla Wakefield. London: William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Elizabeth Newbery, 1798.
Fables of Aesop and Others: Translated into English. With instructive applications; and a print before each fable. By Samuel Croxall, D.D. Late Archdeacon of Hereford. The sixteenth edition, carefully revised, and improved. London: Thomas Norton Longman III, George, George, and John Robinson, Joseph Johnson, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, Charles Law, Charles Dilly, Robert Baldwin I, Lee and Hurst, William Bent [55 Paternoster], James Scatcherd, Benjamin Crosby, Elizabeth Newbery, Francis and Charles Rivington, William Ginger and Son, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], George Wilkie [Paternoster Row], 1798.
Kendall, Edward A. Keeper's travels in search of his master. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1798.
Berquin, Arnaud. Le Livre de Famille, ou Journal des Enfans; Contenant des Historiettes Morales et Amusantes, avec Figures. Par M. Berquin. London: William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], Thomas Boosey, Elizabeth Newbery, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1798.
Pilkington, Mary. Tales of the hermitage: Written for the instruction and amusement of the rising generation. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1798.
Berquin, Arnaud. The family book; or, Children's journal. Containing moral and amusing tales, with instructive dialogues upon subjects which generally occur in familiar society. Translated from the French of Mons. Berquin. London: William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], Thomas Boosey, Elizabeth Newbery, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1798.
Kendall, Edward A. The sparrow. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1798.
Jones, Stephen. A new biographical dictionary: containing a brief account of the lives and writings of the most eminent persons and remarkable characters in every age and nation. By Stephen Jones. London: Elizabeth Newbery, George, George, and John Robinson, James Wallis [Ivy Lane], James Scatcherd, 1799.
Pilkington, Mary. Biography for girls: or, moral and instructive examples, for young ladies. By Mrs Pilkington. London: Elizabeth Newbery, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1799.
English, Harriet. Conversations and amusing tales. Offered to the publick for the youth of Great Britain. London: John Hatchard [173 Piccadilly], 1799.
Bullen, Henry S. J. Elements of geography, expressly designed for the use of schools. By the Rev. Henry St. John Bullen, ... London: Thomas Hurst [Paternoster], Elizabeth Newbery, 1799.
Kendall, Edward A. Keeper's travels in search of his master. Second edition. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1799.
Unknown, . Little Tales for Little People. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1799.
Unknown, . Moral Amusement; or, A Selection of Tales, Histories, and Interesting Anecdotes; intended to amuse and instruct young minds. London: Elizabeth Newbery, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1799.
Pilkington, Mary. Tales of the hermitage; Written for the instruction and amusement of the rising generation. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1799.
The beauties of the poets. Being a collection of moral and sacred poetry, from the most eminent authors. Compiled by the late Thomas Janes, of Bristol. London: William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], George, George, and John Robinson, Elizabeth Newbery, George Wilkie [Paternoster Row], John Parsons, Thomas Boosey, Thomas Hurst, James Wallis [Ivy Lane], 1799.
Dodsley, Robert. The Chronicle of the Kings of England, from the Norman Conquest to the Present Time. By R. Dodsley. A new edition enlarged. London: William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], George Cawthorn, Apollo Press, Elizabeth Newbery, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Lackington, Allen and Co., 1799.
Dodsley, Robert. The Chronicle of the Kings of England, from the Norman Conquest unto the Present Time. By R. Dodsley. A New Edition Enlarged. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Elizabeth Newbery, 1799.
Kendall, Edward A. The Crested Wren. By Edward Augustus Kendall. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1799.
Unknown, . The Enchanted Mirror, A Moorish Romance. Salisbury: 1799.
Fenn, Ellenor. The infant's friend. Part III. Reading lessons. By Mrs. Lovechild. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1799.
Fenn, Ellenor. The Infant's Path Strewed with Flowers. London: 1799.
Sade, Jacques-François-Paul-Aldonce d. The life of Petrarch. Collected from Memoires pour la vie de Petrarch, by Mrs. Dobson. In two volumes. The fourth edition, embellished with eight copper-plates, designed by Kirk, and engraved by Ridley. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], John Cuthell [1811-1828], Elizabeth Newbery, John Walker II [20 Paternoster Row], William Otridge and Son, James Nunn, Richard Lea [Greek Street, Soho], 1799.
Bisset, James. The Orphan Boy, By J. Bisset. Birmingham: Elizabeth Newbery, 1799.
Trimmer, Sarah. The silver thimble. By the author of Instructive tales, &c. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1799.
Nelson, Robert. A companion for the festivals and fasts of the Church of England: with collects and prayers for each solemnity. By Robert Nelson, Esq. London: Francis and Charles Rivington, George, George, and John Robinson, James Nichols, Richard Baldwin, Robert Faulder, Henry Gardner, James Nunn, J. Walker, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], George Wilkie [Paternoster Row], James Scatcherd, Elizabeth Newbery, Longman and Rees, Thomas Hurst, 1800.
Unknown, . A museum for young gentlemen and ladies; or a private tutor for little masters and misses. Containing a variety of useful subjects; ... London: William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], Crosby and Letterman, Elizabeth Newbery, Benjamin Collins, 1800.
Weightman, Mary. A short system of polite learning: being an introduction to the arts and sciences, and other branches of useful knowledge. The second edition, corrected and enlarged. London: J. Walker, William Bent [34 Paternoster], James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row], Elizabeth Newbery, 1800.
Kendall, Edward A. Adventures of Musul: or the three gifts: with other tales. London: Elizabeth Newbery, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1800.
Pilkington, Mary. Biography for girls; or, moral and instructive examples for the female sex. Third edition. By Mrs. Pilkington. London: Elizabeth Newbery, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1800.
Unknown, . Directions for breeding game-cocks including the methods of treating them from the time they are hatched, till fit to fight: besides articles for a match; key to a match bill; rules and orders as abided by at the Cock-Pit Royal with calculations for betting. London: Thomas Payne II, William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], George Wilkie [Paternoster Row], James Scatcherd, Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees, Elizabeth Newbery, William Stewart, John Lee, Thomas Hurst [Paternoster], Joseph Mawman [Poultry], 1800.
Masson, Charles F. P. Elmina; or, The Flower that Never Fades. A tale for young people. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1800.
de Saint-Pierre, Jacques-Henri B. Études de la nature: abrégé des œuvres de Jacques-Bernardin-Henri de Saint-Pierre. Elizabeth Newbery, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1800.
Unknown, . Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern: calculated not only for the instruction of every new-made mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethen. Containing, I. A circumstantial Account of all the Proceedings in making a Mason, with the several Obligations of an Entered Apprentice, Fellow-Craft, and Master; the Prayers, and also the Sign, Grip, and Pass-Word of each Degree, with the Ceremony of the Mop and Pail. II. The Manner of opening a Lodge, and setting the Craft to Work. ... VII. A safe and easy Method proposed, by which a Man may obtain Admittance into any Lodge, without passing through the Form required, and thereby save a Guinea or two in his Pocket. VIII. Anthems, Odes, Songs, &c. Illustrated with A beautiful Frontispiece of the Regalia, Jewels, and emblematical Ornaments belonging to Masonry; and an accurate Plan of the Drawing on the Floor of a Lodge. Interspersed With Variety Of AtNotes And Remarks, Necessary to explain and render the whole clear to the meanest Capacity: To Which Is Now Added, A new and accurate List of all the English regular Lodges in the World, according to their Seniority, with the Dates of each Constitution, and Days of Meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent Visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet Street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate Street. London: Elizabeth Newbery, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], William Champante and Benjamin Whitrow, Henry Delahoy Symonds [Paternoster Row], 1800.
Unknown, . Mother Shipton. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1800.
Unknown, . Mother Shipton. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1800.
Pilkington, Mary. New tales of the castle; or, the noble emigrants, a story of modern times. By Mrs. Pilkington. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1800.
Pilkington, Mary. The Asiatic princess. Dedicated, by permission, to Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Wales. By Mrs. Pilkington. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Elizabeth Newbery, 1800.
Dodd, William. The Beauties of History; or, Pictures of Virtue and Vice: Drawn from Examples of Men eminent for their virtues, or infamous for their vices. By the late W. Dodd, L.L.D. Considerably Enlarged. The third edition. Ornamented with upwards of thirty engravings, beautifully cut on wood. London: William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], James Scatcherd, Elizabeth Newbery, John Cuthell [4 Middle Row], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825], Lackington, Allen and Co., 1800.
Unknown, . The Florist; or, Poetical Nosegay. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1800.
Johnson, Samuel. The Fortune-Teller, by the Renowned Dr. Hurlothrumbo. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1800.
Unknown, . The Governess: or, Evening Amusements, at a Boarding School. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1800.
Kendall, Edward A. The sparrow. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1800.
Unknown, . Visits to the aviary. For the instruction of youth. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], 1800.
Lockman, John. A New History of England, by Question and Answer, Extracted from the Most Celebrated English Historians, particularly M. Rapin de Thoyras, by the author of the Roman History by Question and Answer. The Twenty-Fourth Edition. London: George, George, and John Robinson, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees, Joseph Mawman [Poultry], George Wilkie [St. Paul's Churchyard], Robert Baldwin I, William Richardson [Cornhill], James Scatcherd, Elizabeth Newbery, Francis and Charles Rivington, J. Kay, William Lowndes [Bedford Street], John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825], 1801.
Unknown, . Juvenile Stories and Dialogues, composed chiefly in words of two syllables, for the use of schools, and young readers. London: Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Elizabeth Newbery, 1801.
Unknown, . Sketches from Nature, Intended for the use of young persons. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1801.
Mason, Charlotte. The lady's assistant for regulating and supplying the table; being a complete system of cookery. Containing the most select bills of fare, properly disposed, for family dinners of five dishes to two courses of eleven and fifteen ; with bills of fare for suppers, from five to nineteen dishes ; and several desserts : including the fullest and choicest receipts of various kinds, and full directions for preparing them in the most approved manner, by which a continual change may be made, as wanted, from the several bills of fare. Likewise, directions for brewing, making english wines, raspberry, orange, and lemon-brandies, &c. Also, remarks on kitchen poisons, and necessary precautions thereon. With an appendix, containing general particulars on the breeding, rearing, and management of poultry, on the business of dairy ; and on the management of the kitchen and fruit garden. Originally published from the manuscript collection of Mrs. Charlotte Mason, a professed housekeeper, who had upwards of thirty years experience in families of the first fashion. The eighth edition, enlarged, corrected, and improved to the present time. London: William, James and John Richardson, Crosby and Letterman, Thomas Hurst [Paternoster], John Walter [Homer's Head, Charing Cross], Thomas Kay, James Scatcherd, Elizabeth Newbery, Richard Lea [Greek Street, Soho], James Mathews [or Matthews], John Sewell [Cornhill], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Lackington, Allen and Co., P. McQueen, James Tindal, 1801.
Trimmer, Sarah. The silver thimble. By the author of Instructive tales, &c. London: Elizabeth Newbery, 1801.