ID 5604
Last Name Bailey
First Name Lydia R.
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1779
Date of Death 1869-02-02
Place of Birth Pennsylvania
Place of Death
Related Firms Lydia R. Bailey
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/294939731
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lydia_Bailey_(printer)
Image URL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lydia_Bailey_(printer)#/media/File:Lydia_R._Bailey.jpg
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Publisher Bailey's Rittenhouse almanac, for the year of our Lord 1809. Being the first after leap-year. Calculated by Abraham Shoemaker, of New-York. 1808
Printer Carey's Franklin almanac, for the year 1809. Being the first after leap year. Calculated by Abraham Shoemaker. 1808
Printer Cochran's Philadelphia almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1809. Being the first after bissextile, or leap year. Calculated by Abraham Shoemaker. 1808
Printer Instructive hints in easy lessons for children. 1808
Printer Keeper's Travels in Search of his Master. 1808
Printer Memoirs of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture. 1808
Printer Portraits of curious characters in London, &c. &c. With descriptive and entertaining anecdotes. 1808
Printer The Newtonian system of philosophy; explained by familiar objects, in an entertaining manner, for the use of young ladies & gentlemen by Tom Telescope, A.M. Illustrated with copperplates and cuts. Second Philadelphia edition, with notes and alterations by Robert Patterson, professor of mathematics, in the University of Pennsylvania. 1808
Printer The wonderful life and surprising adventures of that renowned hero, Robinson Crusoe; who lived twenty-eight years on an uninhabited island, which he afterwards colonised. 1808
Printer A father's legacy to his daughters. To which is added, the way to get married, and the advantages and disadvantages of the marriage state; represented under the similitude of a dream. 1809
Printer A new edition of Davys's examples, or Adminiculum puerile; containing fundamental exercises, with cautions and directions to write good Latin, as well as to translate the most difficult sentences in the Latin authors. Republished with some additions by James Ross, professor of Greek and Latin languages, in the city of Philadelphia. 1809
Printer Bailey's Rittenhouse almanac, for the year of our Lord 1810. Being the second after leap year. Calculated by Abraham Shoemaker. 1809
Printer Biography for boys; or, Characteristic histories, calculated to impress the youthful mind with an admiration of virtuous principles and a detestation of vicious ones. By Mrs. Pilkington. 1809
Printer Carey's Franklin almanac, for the year 1810. Being the second after leapyear. Calculated by Abraham Shoemaker. 1809
Printer Harvest home representing the progress of wheat in a series of elegant engravings. 1809
Printer Poems written and published during the American Revolutionary War, and now republished from the original manuscripts; : interspersed with translations from the ancients, and other pieces not heretofore in print. By Philip Freneau. The third edition, in two volumes. 1809
Printer Seven sermons; on important subjects by Robert Russsl, at Wardhurst, in Sussex. 1809
Printer Tales uniting instruction with amusement: consisting of The boy with a bundle; The boy who told lies; Willy and his dog Diver; and The girl who was fond of flowers. Ornamented with copper-plate engravings. 1809
Printer Tales uniting instruction with amusement: consisting of The children who were fond of climbing; Matty in the flower-garden; The boys who tore their clothes and The girl who was kind to the poor. Ornamented with copper-plate engravings. 1809
Printer The child's museum; containing a description of one hundred and eight interesting subjects. With plates. 1809
Printer The courtship & marriage of Cock Robin, and Jenny Wren. Illustrated with elegant engravings. 1809
Printer The mother's gift, or, Remarks on a set of cuts for children. 1809
Printer The rudiments of the Latin tongue; or, A plain and easy introduction to Latin grammar; wherein the principles of the language are methodically digested, both in English and Latin: : with useful notes and observations, explaining the terms of grammar, and farther [sic] improving its rules. By Thomas Ruddiman, M.A. The twenty-fifth genuine edition, carefully corrected and improved. 1809
Printer Zion's Pilgrim. By Robert Hawker, D.D. Vicar of Charles, Plymouth. First American Edition, Improved and Enlarged. 1809
Printer Bailey's Rittenhouse almanac, for the year of our Lord 1811. Being the third after leap year. Calculated by Abraham Shoemaker. 1810

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