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Johnson, Samuel. The vanity of human wishes. The tenth satire of Juvenal, imitated by Samuel Johnson. London: Robert Dodsley, Bernard Lintott, 1749.
Johnson, Samuel. The lives of the most eminent English poets; with critical observations on their works. By Samuel Johnson. In four volumes. ... London: Charles Bathurst [26 Fleet Street], James Buckland [57 Paternoster, 1767–89], William Strahan, John Rivington and Sons [or J. F. and C. Rivington], Thomas Davies [Russell Street], Thomas Payne (also Paine), Lockyer Davis [High Holborn], William Owen, Benjamin White, Stanley Crowder, Thomas Caslon, Thomas Norton Longman III, Bedwell Law [13 Ave Maria Lane, 1767-1790, 1794-1795], Charles Dilly, James Dodsley, John Wilkie, James Robson, Joseph Johnson, Thomas Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], George Robinson [ii], Thomas Cadell [London], James Nichols, Elizabeth Newbery, T. Evans [Bristol], Peter Elmsley [Strand], Robert Baldwin I, George Nicholson [Ludlow], John Bew [Clifford's Inn], Joseph Bowen [New Bond Street], 1783.
Piozzi, Hester, L., T., and Samuel Johnson. Letters to and from the Late Samuel Johnson, LL.D. to which are added, some poems never before printed. Published from the original MSS. in her possession, by Hester Lynch Piozzi. In two volumes. Dublin: Richard Moncrieffe [16 Capel Street], Luke White [34 Dawson Street], Patrick Byrne I [Grafton Street], Patrick Wogan [23 Old Bridge], William Porter [Skinner Row], Harriet Colbert [136 Capel Street], James Moore [Dublin], John Jones [Grafton Street], 1788.
Knowles, Mary, and Samuel Johnson. A dialogue between Mrs. Knowles and Dr. Johnson. Huddersfield: Thomas Smart, 1792.
Johnson, Samuel. The lives of the most eminent English poets. With critical observations on their works. By Samuel Johnson. A new edition, corrected. In four volumes. A New Edition, Corrected. Thomas Norton Longman III, B. Law and Son, Henry Baldwin [Union Street], Henry Baldwin [Fleet Street], Joseph Johnson, Charles Dilly, George, George, and John Robinson, Thomas Cadell [London], John Nichols [Fleet Street], Robert Baldwin I, Henry Gardner, Thomas Payne II, Francis and Charles Rivington, William Otridge, John Sewell [Cornhill], William Goldsmith [Paternoster Row], William Richardson [Cornhill], Robert Faulder, Leigh and Sotheby, George Nicol [Pall Mall], William Lowndes [77 Fleet Street], William Bent [55 Paternoster], Samuel Hayes, George and Thomas Wilkie, C. Davis, William Nicoll, James Mathews [or Matthews], William Fox, James Edwards, David Ogilvy and J. Speare, James Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, James Evans, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Birchin Lane], Clarke and Son, Elizabeth Newbery, 1794.
Cowley, Hannah, William Shakespeare, John Hughes, Susanna Centlivre, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Steele, Thomas Hull, Henry Brooke, John Hawkesworth, Richard Cumberland, David Garrick, David Mallet, John Milton, Arthur Murphy, Allan Ramsay, John Dryden, George (. e. Colman, Ben Jonson, Nathaniel Lee, William Congreve, Nicholas Rowe, John Home, Joseph Addison, William Whitehead, Henry Jones, James Shirley, Isaac Bickerstaff, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, Colley Cibber, Edward Young, Thomas Otway, Charles Johnson, William Shirley, William Wycherley, George Farquhar, Charles Shadwell, James Thomson, George Lillo, John Vanbrugh, Hall Hartson, Thomas Southerne, William Havard, Robert Howard, Aaron Hill, James Miller, Elijah Fenton, John Brown, George Villiers, Hugh Kelly, Richard Glover, and Samuel Johnson. Bell's British Theatre. Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays. London: John Bell [90 Strand], George Cawthorn, Apollo Press, 1797.
Knowles, Mary, and Samuel Johnson. Dialogue between Dr. Johnson and Mrs. Knowles. London: John and Arthur Arch [Gracechurch Street], 1799.
Johnson, Samuel, and Joseph Hamilton. Johnson's dictionary of the English language, in miniature. To which are added, an alphabetical account of the heathen deities; a list of the cities, boroughs, and market towns in England and Wales; a copious chronology; and a concise epitome of the most remarkable events during the French revolution. By the Rev. Joseph Hamilton, M.A. Thirteenth Edition. London: Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees, Joseph Johnson, Francis and Charles Rivington, James Mathews [or Matthews], John Cuthell [4 Middle Row], John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825], William Lowndes [76 Fleet Street], James Scatcherd, Henry Delahoy Symonds [Paternoster Row], George Wilkie [Paternoster Row], John Stockdale, William Clarke and Son, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Samuel Bagster [Strand], Thomas Cadell and William Davies, Wynne and Scholey, John and Arthur Arch [Gracechurch Street], John Murray and Samuel Highley, Thomas Hurst [Paternoster], John Harding, James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row], Alexander and James Black [George Street], Joseph Mawman [Poultry], 1800.
Knowles, Mary, and Samuel Johnson. Dialogue between Mrs. Knowles and Dr. Johnson. London: 1805.
Barbauld, Anna, L., Hester M. Chapone, Elizabeth Moody, Hannah More, Charlotte T. Smith, Helen M. Williams, Amelia Opie, Anne Grant, Anna M. Porter, Charles Lamb, William Beckford, James Montgomery, Samuel T. Coleridge, James Graham, Walter Scott, Ann Yearsley, Anna Seward, Caroline Symmons, Maria H. Park, Mary Robinson, Anne Hughes, Ann Kendall, John Aikin, Olivia W. Serres, James Beattie, Anne Hunter, Alice Flowerdew, Francis Wrangham, William Cowper, Charlotte Richardson, William Roscoe, John Jackson, Robert Burns, John Hawkesworth, Erasmus Darwin, Richard Cumberland, Laura S. Temple, Samuel J. Pratt, Edmund Butcher, Joseph Cottle, William Dodd, Thomas Campbell, Robert Southey, William Wordsworth, Samuel Rogers, James Fordyce, John Langhorne, John Evans, John Scott, William Hayley, Samuel Johnson, Michael Bruce, Henry Moore, George Lyttelton, Thomas Dermody, Hector Macneill, Robert Bloomfield, John B. Linn, Hugh Downman, Nathaniel Bloomfield, James H. L. Hunt, Robert Fellowes, John Bidlake, Thomas Gisborne, Thomas Maurice, Joseph Fawcett, Thomas Blacklock, Timothy Dwight, William Bolland, George Goodwin, John Logan, George Horne, George Dyer, Samuel Bishop, James Hurdis, William L. Brown, Henry J. Pye, Joseph Sympson, Peter Bayley, Isaac D'Israeli, Luke Booker, Peter L. Courtier, Richard Graves, Robert Lovell, Charles Lloyd, William Mason, William Crowe, James Cririe, Philip B. Homer, Abbe d. Lisle, William Blackstone, James Mercer, Joseph Nightingale, Charles J. Fox, Henry Temple, Edward Rushton, William Holloway, John Mayne, William Beloe, Mr. Beck, Mr. W. Amphlett, Quintin Frost, J. S., Robert Noyes, Smyth, John Ogilvie, Humfrey, John McCreery, Allnatt, I. B., John Wolcot, and William Fox. The Parnassian Garland; or, beauties of modern poetry : consisting of upwards of two hundred pieces, selected from the works of the most distinguished poets of the present age. With introductory lines to each article. Designed for the use of schools and the admirers of poetry in general. By John Evans, A. M. Master of a seminary for a limited number of pupils, Pullin's Row, Islington. London: James Cundee, Albion Press, 1807.
Burney, Frances, Maria Edgeworth, Elizabeth Inchbald, Ann Radcliffe, Samuel Richardson, Charlotte Lennox, Oliver Goldsmith, Charlotte Smith, Horace Walpole, John Hawkesworth, John Moore, Francis Coventry, Henry Fielding, Samuel Johnson, and Richard Graves. The British Novelists; with an Essay; and Prefaces, Biographical and Critical, by Mrs. Barbauld. London: Joseph Johnson and Co., Joseph Booker, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Benjamin Crosby and Co., Joseph Mawman [Poultry], George Wilkie and John Robinson, James Scatcherd and Letterman, Charles Law, James Malcott Richardson, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Andrew Strahan [1788-1806, 1817-1831], Robert Baldwin I, William Creech, Ann Vernor, Thomas Hood, and Charles Sharpe, John Richardson [Royal Exchange], John Miller [69 Fleet Street], Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, James Asperne, Thomas Payne II, Samuel Bagster [Strand], Elizabeth Mathews and Samuel Leigh, Wilson and Son, James Nunn, Lackington and Co., Richard Lea [Greek Street, Soho], Edward Jeffery [Warwick Street], Hannah Black, Parry, and Kingsbury, J.K. Newman, William Clarke and Son, William Otridge and Son, Thomas Booth, John Harding, J. Faulder, George Robinson [iii], James Carpenter [14 Old Bond Street], Richard Phillips [6 Bridge Street], William Lowndes [Bedford Street], John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825], Cuthell and Martin, John Murray II [Fleet Street], 1810.
Brooke, Frances, William Shakespeare, John Hughes, Susanna Centlivre, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Steele, Henry Brooke, Horace Walpole, Richard Cumberland, David Garrick, John Milton, Arthur Murphy, John Dryden, Richard B. Sheridan, George (. e. Colman, Ben Jonson, Nathaniel Lee, William Congreve, Robert Dodsley, Nicholas Rowe, John Home, Joseph Addison, William Whitehead, Ambrose Philips, Henry Jones, Henry Fielding, Isaac Bickerstaff, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, Colley Cibber, Edward Young, Thomas Otway, William Wycherley, George Farquhar, James Thomson, George Lillo, John Vanbrugh, Hall Hartson, Thomas Southerne, William Havard, Robert Howard, Aaron Hill, James Miller, Elijah Fenton, John Brown, George Villiers, Benjamin Hoadly, Edward Moore, Samuel Foote, Richard Glover, Charles Macklin, John Burgoyne, Kane O'Hara, John Gay, James Townley, Henry Carey, Philip Massinger, Samuel Johnson, William Mason, and Benjamin Franklin. The Modern British Drama. In five volumes. London: William Miller [Albemarle Street], 1811.
Burney, Frances, Maria Edgeworth, Elizabeth Inchbald, Ann Radcliffe, Samuel Richardson, Charlotte Lennox, Clara Reeve, Oliver Goldsmith, Charlotte Smith, Daniel Defoe, Horace Walpole, John Hawkesworth, John Moore, Francis Coventry, Henry Fielding, Samuel Johnson, and Richard Graves. The British Novelists; with an Essay, and Prefaces Biographical and Critical, by Mrs. Barbauld. A New Edition. London: Joseph Booker, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, Joseph Mawman [Poultry], James Scatcherd and Letterman, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, John Richardson [Royal Exchange], John Miller [69 Fleet Street], James Asperne, Samuel Bagster [Strand], James Nunn, Lackington and Co., James Carpenter [14 Old Bond Street], William Lowndes [Bedford Street], Cuthell and Martin, John Murray II [Fleet Street], Edward Jeffery and Son, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Co., T. Wilkie, J. and W. T. Clarke, John Otridge [1816-21], James Black [York Street], Hannah Black and Co., John Richardson [Royal Exchange], James Malcott Richardson, R. Scholey, Robert Harding Evans [96 Pall Mall], A. K. Newman and Co., John Booth, William Ginger [1767-1792, 1805-1830], Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy, Thomas Hodgson, John Bohn, John Ebers [27 Old Bond Street], Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, G. and W. B. Whittaker, Stirling & Slade, Fairbairn and Anderson, Henry Setchell and Son, Whitmore and Fenn, Rowland Hunter, G. Cowir and Co., R. Saunders, Thomas and Joseph Allman, J. Boone, C. Brown, J. Brumby, Edwards and Co., Thomas Hamilton, J. Lepard, G. Mackie, William Mason [London], Ogle, Duncan, and Co., John Rodwell and Martin, Thomas Hurst, George Robinson and Co. [Cheapside], Thomas Wilson and Sons, 1820.
Radcliffe, Ann, Samuel Richardson, Clara Reeve, Oliver Goldsmith, Horace Walpole, Richard Cumberland, Henry Fielding, Alain R. Le Sage, Samuel Johnson, Laurence Sterne, Tobias G. Smollett, Jonathan Swift, Henry Mackenzie, Charles Johnstone, and Robert Bage. Ballantyne's Novelist's Library. Edinburgh: Thomas Hurst, George Robinson and Co. [Cheapside], John Ballantyne, 1821.