ID 2432
Last Name Cotter
First Name Sarah
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Gender Female
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Related Firms Sarah Cotter (later Stringer) [Skinner Row]
Sarah Cotter (later Stringer) [Summerhill]
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Publisher An elegy written in a country church-yard. The Fifth edition, corrected. 1751
Printer Law-books, printed by Sarah Cotter, in Skinner-Row. 1755
Publisher Henrietta. By the author of The female Quixote. In two volumes. 1758
Publisher Sir Courtly Nice: or, It cannot be. A comedy, as it is perform'd at the Theatres-Royal in London and Dublin. 1758
Publisher The wonder: a woman keeps a secret. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Smock-Alley, and the New-Theatre in Crow-Street. Written by the author of, The gamester. The third edition. 1758
Publisher An essay towards a general history of feudal property in Great Britain, under the following heads, I. History of the introduction of the feudal system into Great-Britain. II. History of Tenures. III. History of the alienation of land property. IV. History of entails. V. History of the laws of succession or descent. VI. History of the forms of conveyance. VII. History of jurisdictions, an the forms of procedure in courts. VIII. History of the constitution of parliament. By John Dalrymple, Esq, The fourth edition. 1759
Publisher The Jealous Wife: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By George Colman, Esq. 1761
Publisher The Jealous Wife: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By George Colman, Esq. 1761
Publisher The history of Miss Jenny Salisbury; addressed to the Countess of Roscommond. Translated from the French of the celebrated Madame Riccoboni. In two volumes. ... 1764
Publisher Memoirs of ****, Commonly known by the name of George Psalmanazar; a reputed native of Formosa. Written by himself in order to be published after his death. Containing an account of his education, travels, adventures, connections, literary productions, and pretended conversion from heathenism to Christianity; which last proved the occasion of his being brought over into this Kingdom, and passing for a proselyte, and a member of the Church of England. 1765
Publisher New amusements of the German Spa. Written in French, in the year 1763. By J.P. De Limbourg, M.D. Senior Fellow of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Montpelier. In two volumes. 1765
Publisher The correspondence of Theodosius and Constantia, from their first acquaintance to the departure of Theodosius. Now first published from the original manuscripts. By the editor of the letters that passed between Theodosius and Constantia, after she had taken the veil. 1765
Publisher The fortunate villager: or, Memoirs of Sir Andrew Thompson. In two volumes. 1765
Publisher The guardian out-witted. A comic opera. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. The musick composed by Tho. Aug. Arne, doctor in music. 1765
Publisher The history of Miss Indiana Danby. In two volumes. By a lady. 1765
Publisher The history of the Marquis de Roselle, in a series of letters. By Madam Elie de Beaumont. Translated from the French. In two volumes. 1765
Publisher The life and opinions of Tristram Shandy, gentleman. 1765
Publisher The parasite. 1765
Publisher The siege of Calais. A tragedy. From the French of Mr. De Belloy, with historical notes. 1765
Publisher The triumvirate: or, the authentic memoirs of Andrews, Beville, and Carewe. In two volumes. 1765
Publisher The tryal of William Lord Byron, Baron Byron of Rochdale, for the murder of William Chaworth, Esq; Before the Right Honourable the House of Peers, in Westminster-Hall, in full Parliament. On Tuesday the 16th and Wednesday the 17th of April, 1765: on the last of which days the said William Lord Byron was acquitted of murder, but found guilty of manslaughter. Published by order of the House of Peers. 1765
Publisher Letters on Different Subjects, in Four Volumes. Amongst which are interspers'd the Adventures of Alphonso, After the Destruction of Lisbon. By the Author of The Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her absent daughters. 1766
Publisher The chinese spy; or, emissary from the court of Pekin, commissioned to examine into the present state of Europe. Translated from the Chinese. In six volumes. 1766
Publisher The History of Miss Indiana Danby. In Two Volumes. By a Lady. 1766-7
Printer The wonder: a woman keeps a secret. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Crow-Street, and the Theatre in Smock-Alley. Written by the author of, The gamester. The fourth edition. 1768

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