Name Publisher

Indicates the person running the firm for whom the work was printed. This role is included if the firm is female-run.


Person Title
Arnold, Maria Improvement, or, A visit to grandmamma. By Mrs. Henry Bayley.
Arnold, Maria Tales for winter evenings: expressly written and adapted for the instruction and amusement of youthful minds. By a Lady.
Berry, Mary A comparative view of the social life in England and France, From the Restoration of Charles the second, to the French Revolution. By the editor of Madame du Deffand's Letters.
Berry, Mary Social Life in England and France, From the Restoration of Charles the second, to the French Revolution. By the editor of Madame du Deffand's Letters.
Beverley, Elizabeth Odd Thoughts, on a Variety of Odd Subjects, by that Odd Little Woman, Mrs Elizabeth Beverley, Comedian; Professor of Elocution, and Authoress of the Popular Coronation Sermon, &c.
Brayley, Edward Wedlake The Grand Alphabet of Alphabets: Being an Engraved Series of Running Hand Copies, Every Line of Which Contains all the Letters of the English Language. Composed by E.W. Brayley. Engraved by S. Paul.
Brooks, Catharine The complete English cook; or, prudent housewife. Being an entire new collection of the most genteel, yet least expensive receipts in every branch of cookery and good housewifery. Viz. Roasting, Boiling, Stewing, Ragoos, Soups, Sauces, Fricaseys, Pies, Tarts, Puddings, Cheesecakes, Custards, Jellies, Potting, Candying, Collaring, Pickling, Preserving, Made Wines, &c. Together with the Art of Marketing. And Directions for placing Dishes on Table for Entertainments: Adorned with proper Cuts, and many other Things equally necessary. The Whole made easy to the meanest Capacity, and far more Useful to Young Beginners than any Book of the Kind ever yet published. By Catharine Brooks of Red-Lyon-Street. To which is added, the physical directory; Being near two Hundred safe and certain Receipts for the Cure of most Disorders incident to the Human Body. Also the whole Art of Clear-Starching, Ironing, &c.
Browne, Elizabeth Ellen The Bermudian: A Poem. By Nathaniel Tucker, written previously to his being a medical student at Edinburgh.
Carlile, Mrs. Queen Mab. By Percy Bysshe Shelley.
Chamberlaine, Hannah Evelina; or, a young lady's entrance into the world. In two volumes. The third edition.
Chamberlaine, Hannah Religion considered as the only basis of happiness and of true philosophy. A work written for the instruction of the children of his most serene highness the Duke of Orleans; And in which the principes of modern pretended philosophers are laid open and refuted. By Madame the Marchioness of Sillery, Heretofore Countess of Genlis. In two volumes.
Chamberlaine, Hannah The Sword of Peace; or, a voyage of love; a Comedy in five acts. First performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market, on Saturday, August the 9th, 1788
Chamberlaine, Hannah Magazin des enfans, ou dialogues entre une sage gouvernante et plusieurs de ses e'l'eves de la première distinction, ... par Made. Le Prince de Beaumont. Nouvelle edition. ...
Chamberlaine, Hannah Thoughts in the form of maxims addressed to young ladies, on their first establishment in the world. By the Countess Dowager of Carlisle.
Chamberlaine, Hannah Seduction: A comedy. as it is performed at the Theatre-royal in Drury Lane. By Thomas Holcroft.
Chamberlaine, Hannah The English tavern at Berlin; A comedy, in three acts.
Chamberlaine, Hannah Ela: or the delusions of the heart. A tale, founded on facts.
Chamberlaine, Hannah The Fate of Sparta: or, The Rival Kings. A Tragedy. As it is acted at the Tehatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By Mrs. Cowley.
Chamberlaine, Hannah A journey through the Crimea to Constantinople. In a series of letters from the Right Honourable Elizabeth Lady Craven, to his serene Highness the Margrave of Brandebourg, Anspach, and Bareith. Written in the year MDCCLXXXVI.
Chamberlaine, Hannah Such Things Are. A play. In five acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Inchbald.
Chamberlaine, Hannah The child of nature. A dramatic piece, in four acts. From the French of Madame the Marchioness of Sillery, formerly Countess of Genlis. Performing at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Mrs. Inchbald.
Chamberlaine, Hannah The Midnight Hour; or, War of Wits. A Farce, in two acts. Translated from the French. "Ruse Contre Ruse; ou, La Guerre Ouverte." Represented seventy successive nights at Paris. And now performing with universal applause.
Chamberlaine, Maria Julia, a novel; interspersed with some poetical pieces. By Helen Maria Williams. In two volumes. ...
Chamberlaine, Maria The history of Charles Mandeville. A sequel to Lady Julia, by Mrs. Brooke.
Cherry, Miss Acrostics, Moral and Divine