ID 4900
Last Name Smith [Liverpool]
First Name Ann
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Related Firms Ann and Egerton Smith (Jr.)
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Printer A Short Account of the African Slave Trade, collected from local knowledge, from the evidence given at the bar of Both Houses of Parliament, and, from tracts written upon that subject 1788
Printer A Short Account of the African Slave Trade, collected from local knowledge, from the evidence given at the bar of Both Houses of Parliament, and, from tracts written upon that subject, By Robert Norris. 1788
Printer An address, to the inhabitants in general of Great Britain, and Ireland; Relating to a Few of the Consequences which must Naturally Result from the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 1788
Printer An address, to the inhabitants in general of Great Britain, and Ireland; Relating to a Few of the Consequences which must Naturally Result from the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 1788
Bookseller An address, to the inhabitants in general of Great Britain, and Ireland; Relating to a Few of the Consequences which must Naturally Result from the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 1788
Bookseller An address, to the inhabitants in general of Great Britain, and Ireland; Relating to a Few of the Consequences which must Naturally Result from the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 1788
Printer Observations, Occasioned by the Attempts made in England to effect the Abolition of the Slave Trade; Shewing The Manner in which Negroes are treated in the British Colonies, in the West-Indies; and, also, Some particular Remarks on a Letter addressed to the Treasurer of the Society for effecting such Abolition, from the Rev. Mr. Robert Boucher Nicholls, Dean of Middleham. 1788
Author Smith’s Navigation Shop, Newton’s Head, Pool-Lane, Liverpool. Ann Smith, widow of the late Egerton Smith, begs leave to inform her friends and the public that she carries on the business of her late husband, in all its branches, and as she employs the best workmen, and pays every attention to the undertaking, flatters herself with the hope of their continued favors, which will ever by gratefully acknowledged. 1788
Publisher Smith’s Navigation Shop, Newton’s Head, Pool-Lane, Liverpool. Ann Smith, widow of the late Egerton Smith, begs leave to inform her friends and the public that she carries on the business of her late husband, in all its branches, and as she employs the best workmen, and pays every attention to the undertaking, flatters herself with the hope of their continued favors, which will ever by gratefully acknowledged. 1788
Printer Sermons on Several Occasions, in Two Volumes, by Henry Wolstenholme, M. A. Late Rector of Liverpool. 1790
Printer The sword; or, Father Bertrand's history of his own times, from the original manuscript: By Eliza Clarke, author of narrative poems, &c. ... 1791
Printer George the Third by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, To all people, to whom these presents shall come, greeting. Whereas divers injurious proceedings have lately been had in France in derogation of the honour of our crown, and of the just rights of our subjects. And whereas several unjust seizures have been there made of the ships and goods of our subjects, contrary to the law of nations, and to the faith of treaties. And whereas the said acts of unprovoked hostility have been followed by an open declaration of war against us, and our ally, the republic of the United Provinces. We therefore ... order that general reprisals be granted against the ships, goods, and subjects of France ... 1793
Bookseller George the Third by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, To all people, to whom these presents shall come, greeting. Whereas divers injurious proceedings have lately been had in France in derogation of the honour of our crown, and of the just rights of our subjects. And whereas several unjust seizures have been there made of the ships and goods of our subjects, contrary to the law of nations, and to the faith of treaties. And whereas the said acts of unprovoked hostility have been followed by an open declaration of war against us, and our ally, the republic of the United Provinces. We therefore ... order that general reprisals be granted against the ships, goods, and subjects of France ... 1793
Printer Letters, concerning the slave trade; and, with respect to its intended abolition: by a merchant to his friend, on the continent. 1793
Printer Outlines of a Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy. By T. Garnett, M. D. Member of the Royal Medical, Physical, and Natural History Societies of Edinburgh, the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester, the Medical Society of London, the Royal Irish Academy, &c. 1795
Printer A Melancholy but True story 1800

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