ID 1990
Last Name Gurney
First Name Martha
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1733
Date of Death 1816
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Bookseller Thoughts on the Impending Invasion of England. By W. Fox.
Printer A serious address to Samuel Fisher, of Norwich; concerning the errors charged upon him by the fictitious quaker; stiling himself Timothy Harmless. 1773
Bookseller A familiar epistle to a free doctor, Remarkable for his singular Ingenuity in the Construction of new invented Rules for Important Discoveries; his Commentary on a Letter from the Mansions above: And also for his being a considerable Dealer in Envy, Malignity, Detraction, &c. By Isaac Harman. 1775
Bookseller An account of the arguments of counsel with the opinions at large of the Honourable Mr. Justice Gould, Mr. Justice Ashhurt, and Mr.Baron Hotham. Upon the question at the session at the Old-Bailey, on Saturday the 16th of September, 1775, whether Margaret Caroline Rudd ought to be tried. By Joseph Gurney. 1775
Publisher An old fox tarr’d and feather’d. Occasioned by what is called Mr. John Wesley’s Calm address to our American colonys. By an Hanoverian. 1775
Bookseller The trials on the informations which in pursuance of an order of the House of Commons, were filed by His Majesty’s Attorney General against Richard Smith, Esq. and Thomas Brand Hollis, Esq. for having been guilty of notorious bribery, and thereby procuring themselves to be elected and Returned Burgesses to serve in Parliament for the borough of Hindon, tried by a Special Jury on Tuesday the 12th of March, 1776. at the Assize holden at Salisbury for the County of Wilts; Before The Honourable Sir Beaumont Hotham, Knt. One of the Barons of His Majesty’s Court of Exchequer. Taken in short-hand by Joseph Gurney. 1776
Bookseller Brachygraphy: or an easy and compendious system of short-hand, adapted to the various arts, sciences and professions; improved after more than Forty Years Practice & Experience by Thomas Gurney: and brought still nearer to perfection upon the present Method. by Joseph Gurney. 1778
Bookseller The proceedings on the King’s special commission of oyer and terminer for the county of Surry, held at St. Margaret’s-Hill, On Monday the 10th of July, 1780, and the following Days; before The Right Hon. Alexander Lord Loughborough, Chief Justice of his Majesty’s Court of Common Pleas; The Hon. Sir Henry Gould, Knight, one of the Justices of his Majesty’s Court of Common Pleas; The Hon. Sir James Eyre, Knight, one of the Barons of his Majesty’s Court of Exchequer; and The Hon. Francis Buller, one of the Justices of his Majesty’s Court of King’s Bench. Taken in short-hand (with Permission of the Court) By Joseph Gurney, Short-Hand-Writer at the Session in the Old Bailey. Part I. 1780
Bookseller The whole proceedings on the King’s commission of the peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery for the City of London; and also, the gaol delivery for the county of Middlesex; held at Justice Hall in the Old Bailey, on Wednesday the 6th of December, 178[0], and the following days; Being the First Session in the mayoralty of The Right Honble. Sir Wat[k]in Lewes, Knt. Lord Mayor of the City of London. Taken in short-hand by Joseph Gurney, And Published by Authority. Number 1. Part 1. 1780
Bookseller The trial of George Gordon, Esquire, commonly called Lord George Gordon, for high treason, at the bar of the Court of King’s Bench, on Monday, February 5th, 1781. The fifth edition. Taken in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney. 1781
Bookseller The trial of George Gordon, Esquire, commonly called Lord George Gordon. For High Treason, at the bar of the Court of King's Bench, on Monday, February 5th, 1781. The Third edition. Taken in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney 1781
Bookseller The trial of George Gordon, Esquire, commonly called Lord George Gordon. For high treason, at the bar of the Court of King’s Bench, on Monday, February 5th, 1781. The second part. Fourth edition. Taken in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney. 1781
Bookseller The trial of George Gordon, Esquire, commonly called Lord George Gordon. For high treason, at the bar of the Court of King’s Bench, on Monday, February 5th, 1781. The second part. Second edition. Taken in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney. 1781
Bookseller The trial of George Gordon, Esquire, commonly called Lord George Gordon. For high treason, at the bar of the Court of King’s Bench, on Monday, February 5th, 1781. The second part. Taken in Short-Hand, by Joseph Gurney. 1781
Bookseller The trial of David Tyrie, for high treason, at the assize at Winchester, held by adjournment on Saturday, August the 10th, 1782, Before The Honourable John Heath, Esquire, One of the Justices of His Majesty’s Court of Common-Pleas. Taken in Short-Hand By Joseph Gurney. 1782
Bookseller The proceedings in the Court of King’s Bench, on the indictments against Charles Bourne, gent. on the prosecution of Sir James Wallace, for a libel and for an assault: Containing The Evidence, the Arguments of the Counsel, and the Speech of Mr. Justice Willes, on pronouncing the Judgment of the Court. To which are added copies of all the affidavits, both for the prosecution and for the defendant. Taken in short-hand by Joseph Gurney. 1783
Bookseller The sentence of the court-martial, held at the Horse-Guards, for the trial of the Hon. Lieut. Gen. James Murray, late governor of Minorca, on the twenty-nine articles exhibited against him by Sir William Draper. With His Majesty’s order thereon. To which are added, The Whole of the Evidence on the Two Articles of which the General was found Guilty; And likewise upon the Four Articles of Complaint of Personal Wrong and Grievance. Taken in short-hand b Joseph Gurney. With an appendix, containing Gen. Murray’s Defence and Answer to every Article of the Charge,-All the Correspondence between Gen. Murray and Sir William Draper,-The several Councils of War,-And the subsequent Proceedings of the Court-Martial relative to the private Dispute between Gen. Murray and Sir William Draper; with all the Correspondence upon that Subject. 1783
Bookseller The case of the East-India company, as stated and proved at the bar of the House of Lords, on the 15th and 16th days of December, 1783, upon the hearing of two petitions against a bill, intituled "An act for establishing certain regulations, for the better management of the territories, revenues, and commerce of this kingdom in the East-Indies." Containing the arguments of Mr. Rous and Mr. Dallas, for the ocmpany; Mr. Hardinge and Mr. Plumer, for the directors; as taken in short-hand by Mr. Gurney. Published by order of the Committee of Proprietors appointed to watch over the Company's Rights, and maintain their privileges. 1784
Bookseller The case of the East-India Company, as stated and proved At the Bar of the House of Lords, On the 15th and 16th Days of December, 1783, upon the hearing of two petitions against a bill, intituled ``an Act for establishing certain Regulations, for the better Management of the Territories, Revenues, and Commerce of this Kingdom in the East-Indies.’’ Containing the arguments of Mr. Rous and Mr. Dallas, For the Company; Mr. Hardinge and Mr. Plumer, For the Directors; As taken in Short-Hand by Mr. Gurney. Published by Order of the Committee of Proprietors appointed to watch over the Company’s Rights, and maintain their Privileges. 1784
Bookseller The whole proceedings on the trial of the indictment, the King, on the prosecution of William Jones, gentleman, against the Rev. William Davies Shipley, dean of St. Asaph, for a libel, at the assize at Shrewsbury, on Friday the 6th of August, 1784, before The Hon. Francis Buller, Esq. One of the Justices of His Majesty’s Court of King’s Bench. Taken in short-han by Joseph Gurney. 1784
Publisher Brachygraphy: or an easy and Compendious System of Short-Hand, Adapted to the Various Arts, Sciences and Professions. Improved after more than Forty Years Practice & Experience by Thomas Gurney: And brought still nearer to Perfection upon the present Method by Joseph Gurney. The Tenth Edition. 1785
Bookseller Brachygraphy: or an easy and Compendious System of Short-Hand, Adapted to the Various Arts, Sciences and Professions. Improved after more than Forty Years Practice & Experience by Thomas Gurney: And brought still nearer to Perfection upon the present Method by Joseph Gurney. The Tenth Edition. 1785
Bookseller Letters on faith. Addressed to a friend. By James Dore. 1786
Bookseller The trial of John Motherhill, for committing a rape on the body of Miss Catharine Wade. Tried at the assize holden at East Grinstead for the county of Sussex, on Tuesday the 21st of March, 1786, ... Taken in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney. 1786
Bookseller The trial of John Motherhill, for committing a rape on the body of Miss Catharine Wade. Tried at the assize holden at East Grinstead for the county of Sussex, on Tuesday the 21st of March, 1786, Before the Hon. Sir William Henry Ashhurst, Knt. One of the Justices of his Majesty’s Court of King’s Bench. Taken in Short-Hand, by Joseph Gurney. 1786

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"Gurney, Martha" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 1990 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/1990. Accessed 2021-04-21.

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