ID 5604
Last Name Bailey
First Name Lydia R.
Title
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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Printer The Grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. Two volumes in one. Fourth American edition. 1811
Printer The search after happiness: a pastoral drama. To which is added, Joseph made known to his brethren: a sacred drama. 1811
Printer The two wealthy farmers: or, The history of Mr. Bragwell, and his friend Farmer Worthy. 1811
Printer Thornton Abbey: a series of letters on religious subjects. 1811
Printer Bailey's Rittenhouse almanac, for the year of our Lord 1813. Being the first after leap year. Calculated by William Collom. 1812
Printer Bailey's Rittenhouse almanac, for the year of our Lord 1813. Being the first after leap year. Calculated by William Collom. 1812
Printer Carey's Franklin almanac, for the year 1813. Being the first after leap year. Calculated by William Collom. 1812
Printer Chesterfield Travestie; or, School for Modern Manners. Embellished with six caricatures, Engraved from original Drawings by Rowlandson. From the last London edition. 1812
Printer Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius. With an English translation as literal as possible : designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The Fourth Edition, more correct than any of the former, by James Ross, Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages, in the city of Philadelphia. 1812
Bookseller Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius. With an English translation as literal as possible : designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The Fourth Edition, more correct than any of the former, by James Ross, Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages, in the city of Philadelphia. 1812
Printer God's revenge against gambling. Exemplified in the miserable lives and untimely deaths of a number of persons of both sexes, who had sacrificed their health, wealth, and honor at gaming tables. With curious anecdotes of the following unfortunate gamblers:-- I. Miss Fanny Braddock, sister of General Braddock, who, from gambling, hung herself. II. Drisden Harwood, Esq. Maryland, who, from gambling, drowned himself. III. Jack Gilmore, Esq. Virginia, who, from gambling, shot himself. IV. T. Alston, Esq. (N.C.) who, from gambling, was shot by Capt. Johnson. V. Maria Antoinette, Queen of France, who, for gambling, was brought to the guillotine. VI. Other awful cases of young gamblers, and their untimely ends. By M.L. Weems, formerly Rector of Mount Vernon Parish. [Second Edition.] 1812
Printer How to die for love! A farce, in two acts: as performed at the Lyceum Theatre. London. Adapted from a sketch in one act, by Kotzebue; called Blind Geladen. 1812
Printer Journal of the voyages and travels of a corps of discovery, under the command of Capt. Lewis and Capt. Clarke of the Army of the United States, from the mouth of the River Missouri through the interior parts of North America to the Pacific Ocean, during the years 1804, 1805, and 1806. Containing an authentic relation of the most interesting transactions during the expedition; a description of the country; and an account of its inhabitants, soil, climate, curiosities, and vegetable and animal productions. By Patrick Gass, one of the persons employed in the expedition. With geographical and explanatory notes. Fourth edition- with six engravings. 1812
Printer Kite's town & country almanac, for the year 1813, being the first year after bissextile or leap year. Calculated by William Collom. 1812
Printer Laws of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, as revised and enacted at the annual meeting, held on the 14th January, 1812. To which is prefixed, a list of the members of the society. Incorporated February 14, 1809. 1812
Printer Lecteur françois: ou, Recueil de pièces, en prose et en vers, tirées des meilleurs écrivains. Pour servir à perfectionner les jeunes gens dans la lecture; à étendre leur connoissance de la langue françoise; : et à leur inculquer des principes de vertu et de piété. Par Lindley Murray, auteur d'une grammaire angloise, etc, 1812
Printer Les aventures de Télémaque, fils d'Ulysse. Par M. Fénélon. Nouvelle edition, avec la signification des mots les plus difficiles en anglais au bas de chaque page. À laquelle on a ajouté, un petit dictionnaire mythologique et géographique, pour faciliter l'intelligence de cet ouvrage. Le tout a été soigneusement revu et corrigé par Mr. Charles Le Brun, auteur du Bienfait d'un philosophe, du Fatalisme du préjugé, et traducteur de plusiers ouvrages espagnols et anglais. 1812
Printer Married life; or, Faults on all sides. A novel. In two volumes. By Miss Howard. 1812
Printer Repent! repent! or likewise perish! The spirit of an evening lecture, February 16, 1812; on the late calamity at Richmond, Virginia: most respectfully inscribed to the Universalist Church, Philadelphia, at whose request it is published, by their ministering servant, George Richards, no. 130, South Fifth Street. 1812
Printer Selectae e Veteri Testamento, queis nonnullae ex Apocryphis, sive libri incertae originis, et auctoritatis humanae, adduntur, historiae, : ad usum eorum qui Latinae linguae rudimentis imbuuntur 1812
Printer Sundry documents, submitted to the consideration of the pewholders of St. Mary's Church, by the trustees of that church. 1812
Printer Tales for little children. By S. Hays. 1812
Printer Bailey's Rittenhouse almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1814. Being the second after leap year. Calculated by William Collom. 1813
Printer Bailey's Rittenhouse almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1814. Being the second after leap year. Calculated by William Collom. 1813
Printer Carey's Franklin almanac, for the year 1814. Calculated by William Collom. 1813

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