ID 3888
Last Name Cooper
First Name Mary
Title
Gender Female
Date of Birth
Date of Death 1761-08-05
Place of Birth
Place of Death London
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/9741821
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Cooper_(publisher)
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Displaying 25 titles of 36 total.

Role Title Date
Publisher A Fragment. 1750
Publisher A fund raising for the Italian gentleman: or, A magazine filling on the scheme of frugality. What damage may arise from an explosion, is calculated from the accurate observations of the famous Dr. Atterbury. 1750
Publisher A letter of consolation and counsel to the good people of England, especially of London and Westminster, occasion'd by the late earthquakes. By a layman. 1750
Publisher A letter to Dr. Abraham Johnson, On the subject of his new scheme for the propagation of the human species: in which, another method of obtaining that great end, more adequate to the sentiments of the ladies, is proposed; and, the reflections that author has cast upon the Royal Society of London, are answered. By a fellow. 1750
Publisher A manual for common Christians; or, Plain reasons for infant-baptism; designed for the use of all paedo-baptists, of every denomination; that they may give a reason of their practice with meekness and charity, and know how to apply the ritual with a truly religious intention 1750
Printer An hymn to the Creator of the world. The thoughts taken chiefly from Psal. civ. To which is added in prose, An idea of the Creator from his works. 1750
Bookseller An hymn to the Creator of the world. The thoughts taken chiefly from Psal. civ. To which is added in prose, An idea of the Creator from his works. 1750
Publisher An ode on martial virtue, to which are prefixed observations on taste, and the present state of poetry in England. 1750
Bookseller Friendly Advice to a child unborn. A little piece of poetry, with very long notes. By a person of learning, as you may see by the motto. 1750
Publisher Lucina sine concubitu. A letter humbly address'd to the Royal Society; in which is proved by most incontestible evidence, drawn from reason and practice, that a woman may conceive and be brought to bed without any commerce with man. 1750
Bookseller Penshurst. Inscribed to William Perry, esq.; and the Honble. Mrs. Elizabeth Perry 1750
Publisher The compleat housewife: or, accomplish’d gentlewoman’s companion. Being a collection of upwards of six hundred of the most approved receipts in Cookery, Pastry, Confectionary, Preserving, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made Wines, Cordials. With copper plates curiously engraven for the regular Disposition or Placing the various Dishes and Courses. And Also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year. To which is added, a collection of above three hundred family receipts of medicines; viz. Drinks, Syrups, Salves, Ointments, and various other Things of sovereign and approved Efficacy in most Distempers, Pains, Aches, Wounds, Sores, &c. particularly Mrs. Stephens’s Medicine for the Cure of the Stone and Gravel, and Dr. Mead’s famous Receipt for the Cure of a Bite of a mad Dog; with several other excellent Receipts for the same, which have cured when the Persons were disordered, and the salt Water fail’d; never before made publick; fit either for private Families, or such publick-spirited Gentle-Women as would be beneficent to their poor Neighbours. By E. Smith. The fourteenth edition. To which is now first prefixed, directions for marketing. 1750
Publisher The Devout Laugh, or Half an hour's amusement to a citizen of London, from Dr. Pickering's Sermon at St. Paul's, Jan. 30, 1749-50. And the compliments paid him by the Lord Mayor and Aldermen, &c.--The Loyalty of the Doctor, and the Merit of his Sermon are made conspicuous,--and very entertaining. A letter from Rusticus to Civis. 1750
Publisher The history of Pompey the Little, or, The life and adventures of a lap-dog. 1751
Publisher The œconomy of human life. Translated from an Indian Manuscript, written by an ancient Bramin. To which is prefixed, An account of the Manner in which the said manuscript was discover'd. In a letter from an English Gentleman, now residing in China, to the Earl of ****. 1751
Bookseller Visions in verse. For the entertainment and instruction of younger minds. 1751
Bookseller Visions in verse. For the entertainment and instruction of younger minds. The second edition. 1751
Publisher Clio: or, a secret history of the life and amours Of the Late celebrated Mrs. S---n---m. Written by Herself, in a Letter to Hillarius. 1752
Bookseller Visions in verse. For the entertainment and instruction of younger minds. The third edition, revis'd and enlarg'd. 1752
Publisher The compleat housewife: or accomplish’d gentlewoman’s companion. Being A Collection of upwards of Six Hundred of the most approved Receipts in Cookery, Pastry, Confectionary, Preserving, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made Wines, Cordials. With Copper Plates, curiously engraven, for the regular Disposition or Placing of the various Dishes and Courses. And also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year. To which is added, A Collection of above Three Hundred Family Receipts of Medicines; viz. Drinks, Syrups, Salves, Ointments, and various other Things of sovereign and approved Efficacy in most Distempers, Pains, Aches, Wounds, Sores, &c. particularly Mrs. Stephens’s Medicine for the Cure of the Stone and Gravel, and Dr. Mead’s famous Receipt for the Cure of a Bite of a mad Dog; with several other excellent Receipts for the same, which have cured when the Persons were disordered, and the salt Water fail’d; never before made publick; fit either for private Families, or such publick-spirited Gentlewomen as would be beneficent to their poor Neighbours. With Directions for Marketing. By E. Smith. The fifteenth edition, with additions. 1753
Bookseller Visions in verse, for the entertainment and instruction of younger minds. The fourth edition, revis'd and enlarg'd. 1753
Author Madam Johnson's present: or, the best instructions for young women, in useful and universal knowledge. With a summary of the late Marriage Act, and instructions how to marry pursuant thereto: digested under the following heads. I. An estimate of the expenses of a family in the middling station of life. II. The art and terms of carving, fish, fowl, and flesh. III. A bill of fare for every month in the year for dinner and supper, and also for extraordinary occasions. IV. The young woman's guide to knowledge. V. A new English spelling dictionary. VI. The compleat market-woman. VII. The cook's guide for dressing all sorts of flesh, fowl and fish. VIII. Pickling, pastry, and confectionary. 1754
Publisher Critical Remarks on the Tragedy of Athelstan. With Rules necessary to by observed by all dramatic poets. By the author of the State-farce. 1756
Publisher The Levee: A poem. Occasion'd by the Number of Clergy at the Duke of Ne---le's Levee. 1756
Publisher The State-Farce: A Lyrick. Written at Clermont. And inscribed to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle. 1756

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"Cooper, Mary" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 3888 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/3888. Accessed 2021-05-09.

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