ID 3239
Last Name Godwin
First Name Mary Jane
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1768
Date of Death 1841-06-17
Place of Birth
Place of Death London
Related Firms Juvenile Library of M.J. Godwin and Co.
Mary Jane Godwin and Co. [Skinner Street]
Mary Jane Godwin and Co. [Strand]
Mary Jane Godwin
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/4797377
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Translator Travels in the Crimea. A History of The Embassy from Petersburg to Constantinople, in 1793. Including Their Journey through Kremenstschuck, Oczakow, Walachia, and Moldavia, with Their Reception at the Court of Selim the Third. By a Secretary to the Russian Embassy. 1802
Editor Tabart's collection of popular stories for the nursery; from the French, Italian, and old English writers, newly translated and revised. 1804
Author Dramas for children: imitated from the French of L.F. Jauffret. By the editor of Tabart's popular stories. 1808
Publisher Dramas for children: imitated from the French of L.F. Jauffret. By the editor of Tabart's popular stories. 1808
Publisher Mounseer Nongtongpaw: A New Version. 1808
Publisher Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves 1808
Publisher Stories of Old Daniel, or, Tales of wonder and delight. 1808
Author Dramas for children: imitated from the French of L.F. Jauffret. By the editor of Tabart's popular stories. 1809
Publisher Dramas for children: imitated from the French of L.F. Jauffret. By the editor of Tabart's popular stories. 1809
Publisher Foolish fears, or, The history of Clara Hammond. 1809
Publisher Lessons for Children; or, Rudiments of Good Manners, Morals, and Humanity 1809
Publisher Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Second Edition. 1809
Publisher Mrs. Leicester's school, or, The history of several young ladies. Related by themselves. 1809
Publisher Poetry for Children: Entirely Original. By the author of "Mrs Leicester's School." In two volumes. 1809
Editor Tabart's collection of popular stories for the nursery, newly translated and revised, from the French, Italian, and old English writers; adorned with numerous plates. Vol. I. 1809
Publisher Tales from Shakespear: Designed for the Use of Young Persons. By Charles Lamb. The Second Edition. in Two Volumes. 1809
Publisher The King and Queen of Hearts: with the roguerie of the Knave who stole the Queen's pies. Illustrated with Fifteen elegant engravings. 1809
Publisher Think before you Speak: Or, the Three Wishes. A Tale. By the Author of the Peacock at Home. 1809
Publisher A new and improved grammar of the English tongue: for the use of schools. In which the genius of our speech is especially attended to, and the discoveries of Mr. Horne Tooke and other Modern Writers on the Formation of Language are, for the first time incorporated. By William Hazlitt. Author of an essay on the princoples of Human action, &c. &c. &c. To which is added, a new guide to the english tongue, in a letter to Mr. W.F. Mylius, Author of the school Dictionary. By Edward Baldwin, Esq. 1810
Publisher Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Third Edition. 1810
Publisher Tales from Shakespear: designed for the use of young persons. By Charles Lamb. The second edition. In two volumes. 1810
Publisher The poetical class-book: or, Reading lessons for every day in the year. Selected from the most popular English poets, ancient and modern. For the use of schools. By William Frederic Mylius, author of The Junior Class-book, and School Dictionary of the English Language. 1810
Publisher History of Rome: from the building of the city to the ruin of the Republic. By Edward Baldwin, Esq. 1811
Publisher Mounseer Nongtongpaw: or, Discoveries of John Bull in a trip to Paris. Illustrated with beautiful copper plates. A New Version 1811
Publisher The first book of poetry for the use of schools: intended as reading lessons for the younger classes. By W. F. Mylius. 1811

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