ID 4136
Last Name Luckman
First Name Mary
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Gender Female
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Bookseller Fables by the late Mr. Gay. In one volume complete. 1770
Printer Fables by the late Mr. Gay. In one volume complete. 1770
Bookseller A Collection of Hymns, from various authors. Intended as a supplement to Dr. Watts's Hymns, and Imitation of the Psalms. 1784
Printer Wisdom in miniature, or, The young gentleman and lady's pleasing instructor: being a collection of sentences, divine, moral, and historical, collected from the writings of many ingenious and learned authors, both antient and modern: intended not only for the use of schools, but as a pocket companion for the youth of both sexes. By the editor of The school and family testament. The second edition. 1787
Bookseller Wisdom in miniature, or, The young gentleman and lady's pleasing instructor: being a collection of sentences, divine, moral, and historical, collected from the writings of many ingenious and learned authors, both antient and modern: intended not only for the use of schools, but as a pocket companion for the youth of both sexes. By the editor of The school and family testament. The second edition. 1787
Printer The songster's companion: a select collection of more than two hundredsongs, including the modern. To which is added, a selection of toasts and sentiments. The third edition, enlarged and improved. 1789
Bookseller The songster's companion: a select collection of more than two hundredsongs, including the modern. To which is added, a selection of toasts and sentiments. The third edition, enlarged and improved. 1789
Bookseller Divine emblems, or temporal things spiritualized. Fitted for the use of boys and girls. To which is added, A caution to stir up to watch against sin. By John Bunyan, author of the Pilgrim's Progress. Adorned with a new set of cuts. 1790
Printer The Pilgrim's Progress, from this world, to that which is to come. Delivered under the similitude of a dream. Wherein is discovered, I. The manner of his setting out. II. his dangerous journey; III. his safe arrival at the desired country. By John Bunyan. A new editions, divided into Chapters. To which are added, large explanatory and practical notes; with the life of the author: by G. Burder, minister of the Gospel at Coventry. Recommended by the Rev. Mr. Wills, of London; and the Rev. Dr. Gillies, of Glasgow. 1790
Bookseller The Pilgrim's Progress, from this world, to that which is to come. Delivered under the similitude of a dream. Wherein is discovered, I. The manner of his setting out. II. his dangerous journey; III. his safe arrival at the desired country. By John Bunyan. A new editions, divided into Chapters. To which are added, large explanatory and practical notes; with the life of the author: by G. Burder, minister of the Gospel at Coventry. Recommended by the Rev. Mr. Wills, of London; and the Rev. Dr. Gillies, of Glasgow. 1790
Bookseller The pleasing, interesting and affecting history of Prince Lee Boo: with an account of the Pelew Islands and the manners and customs of the inhabitants: adorned with eight cuts. 1790
Bookseller Wisdom in miniature, or, The young gentleman and lady's pleasing instructor: being a collection of sentences, divine, moral, and historical, collected from the writings of many ingenious and learned authors, both antient and modern: intended not only for the use of schools, but as a pocket companion for the youth of both sexes. By the editor of The school and family testament. The third edition. 1791
Printer Wisdom in miniature, or, The young gentleman and lady's pleasing instructor: being a collection of sentences, divine, moral, and historical, collected from the writings of many ingenious and learned authors, both antient and modern: intended not only for the use of schools, but as a pocket companion for the youth of both sexes. By the editor of The school and family testament. The third edition. 1791
Bookseller The young gentleman and lady's Poetical Preceptor: being a collection of the most admired poetry: selected from the best authors. Calculated to form the taste to classic elegance; and, while it delights the fancy, to improve the morals, and to harmonize the heart. To the whole is subjoined notes, giving some account of the works of the various authors, form which the selection is made. 1794
Printer The young gentleman and lady's Poetical Preceptor: being a collection of the most admired poetry: selected from the best authors. Calculated to form the taste to classic elegance; and, while it delights the fancy, to improve the morals, and to harmonize the heart. To the whole is subjoined notes, giving some account of the works of the various authors, form which the selection is made. 1794
Bookseller Devout exercises of the heart, in meditation and soliloquy, prayer and praise. By the late pious and ingenious Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. Reviewed and published, at her request, by I. Watts, D.D. 1795
Printer Devout exercises of the heart, in meditation and soliloquy, prayer and praise. By the late pious and ingenious Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. Reviewed and published, at her request, by I. Watts, D.D. 1795
Printer Early Piety: or, Memoirs of children, eminently serious. Interspersed with familiar dialogues; emblematical pictures, prayers, graces, and hymns. By George Burger, Minister of the Gospel at Coventry. Recommended by the late Rev. Dr. Peckwell. The Fifth Edition. With Eight new copper-plate cuts. 1795
Bookseller Early Piety: or, Memoirs of children, eminently serious. Interspersed with familiar dialogues; emblematical pictures, prayers, graces, and hymns. By George Burger, Minister of the Gospel at Coventry. Recommended by the late Rev. Dr. Peckwell. The Fifth Edition. With Eight new copper-plate cuts. 1795

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"Luckman, Mary" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, Person ID 4136 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/person/4136. Accessed 2020-12-01.

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