ID 5055
Last Name Nutt
First Name Elizabeth
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1666
Date of Death 1746
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Place of Death
Related Firms Elizabeth Nutt [Savoy]
Elizabeth Nutt [Royal Exchange]
Elizabeth and Richard Nutt
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/19591103
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Nutt_(printer)
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Bookseller An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. 1749
Printer An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. 1749
Printer An authentic account of the Conduct of the young Chevalier. From His first Arrival in Paris, after his Defeat at Culloden, to the Conclusion of the Peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein The Motives of his late Behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various Messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting Particulars. Never before made public. In a Letter from a Gentleman residing at Paris, to his Friend in London. 1749
Bookseller An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition. 1749
Printer An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition. 1749
Printer An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition. 1749
Printer An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition. 1749
Bookseller An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition. 1749
Bookseller An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition. 1749
Bookseller An authentick account of the conduct of the young Chevalier, from His first Arrival in Paris, after his Defeat at Cullodden, to the Conclusion of the Peace at Aix-la-Chapelle; Wherein The Motives of his late Behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various Messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting Particulars; Never before made publick, In a Letter from a Gentleman residing at Paris, to his Friend in London. The Third Edition. 1749
Bookseller An authentick account of the conduct of the young Chevalier, from his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages that passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. 1749
Printer An authentick account of the conduct of the young Chevalier, from his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages that passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. 1749
Publisher A serious and affectionate address to the cities of London and Westminster; occasioned by the late earthquake. The second edition. 1750
Bookseller A serious and affectionate address to the cities of London and Westminster; occasioned by the late earthquake. The second edition. 1750
Publisher Pensées diverses, dediées à Madame la Marquise de Pompadour, par M. Ange Goudar. 1750
Bookseller The conduct and scandalous behaviour of the porters in Exchange Alley. To which is added, the heads of a remarkable trial at a Travest Sessions at Guildhall, London, on the twentieth day of September, one thousand seven hundred and forty-nine. By a Society of twenty impartial inquirers. 1750?

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