Name Bookseller
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 Indicates the person running the firm that sold the work. This role is included if the firm is female-run.

Persons

Person Title
Bailey, Susan The Affecting History Of The Duchess of C****, Who Was Confined Nine Years In A Horrid Dungeon, Under Ground, Where Light Never Entered . . . But Fortunately she was at last discovered, and released from the Dungeon, By Her Parents.
Bayley, Mrs. The Unlettered Muse. By John Hollamby.
Binns, Ann E. 'Tis all for the best.
Binns, Ann E. The history of Tom White, the postillion: in two parts
Binns, Ann E. The pilgrims: an allegory.
Binns, Ann E. The shepherd of Salisbury Plain: in two parts.
Carlile, Mrs. The Weavers' Complaint; or, a Bundle of Plain Facts. A Novel Poem. Containing the True Sense and Signification of Modern Orthodox Sermons, as delivered by all the Preachers of the Present Day. Being an Humble Attempt to tear away the Mask of Hypocrisy by which they have been so Long Enabled to Gull and Delude the People in Supporting the Oppressor. By an operative of Keighley.
Cherry, Miss Acrostics, Moral and Divine. By John Richards.
Clifton, Ann Artless tales. By Anna Maria Porter. Ornamented with a frontispiece, designed by her brother, R. K. Porter. [Vol. 1]
Cooper, Mary Friendly Advice to a child unborn. A little piece of poetry, with very long notes. By a person of learning, as you may see by the motto.
Cooper, Mary Visions in verse. For the entertainment and instruction of younger minds.
Cooper, Mary Visions in verse. For the entertainment and instruction of younger minds. The third edition, revis'd and enlarg'd.
Cooper, Mary Visions in verse. For the entertainment and instruction of younger minds. The second edition.
Cooper, Mary An hymn to the Creator of the world. The thoughts taken chiefly from Psal. civ. To which is added in prose, An idea of the Creator from his works.
Cooper, Mary Visions in verse, for the entertainment and instruction of younger minds. The fourth edition, revis'd and enlarg'd.
Cooper, Mary Penshurst. Inscribed to William Perry, esq.; and the Honble. Mrs. Elizabeth Perry
Cooper, Mrs. The oracle. A comedy of one act. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Cibber.
Corbett, Ann Ben Johnson's last legacy to the sons of wit, mirth, and jollytry; containing complete jests, Riddles, epigrams, epitaphs, acrosticks, anagrams, &c. To which is added, a drunken oration, as it was performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, by that inimitable Comedian Mr. Shuter, in the character of Mr. Hipsley's Drunken Man. The second edition.
Davenhill, Mary Miscellanies in prose and verse, mostly written in the epistolary style: chiefly upon moral subjects, and particularly calculated for the improvement of younger minds. By Mrs. M. Deverell, Gloucestershire. ...
Davenhill, Mary Modern anecdote of the ancient family of the Kinkvervankotsdarsprakengotchderns: a tale for Christmas 1779. Dedicated to the Honorable Horace Walpole. The second edition.
Davenhill, Mary Modern anecdote of the ancient family of the Kinkvervankotsdarsprakengotchderns: a tale for Christmas 1779. Dedicated to the Honorable Horace Walpole, Esq;
Davis, Mary Facts. The Female Spy; or Mrs. Tonkin’s Account of Her Journey through France, in the War, at the Hazard of Her Life, at the Express Order of the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, Secretary of State; for Which She Has Been Refused Any Indemnity or Compensation.
Davis, Mary Theodora & Didymus, or, the exemplification of pure love and vital religion. An heroic poem, in three cantos. By Mrs. Mary Deverell, Gloucestershire.
Davis, Mary An account of the nature, properties, and medicinal uses, of the mineral water at Nottington, near Weymouth, Dorset. By John Crane, ... With a view of the well, in it’s present state.
Davis, Mary Theodora and Didymus, or, the exemplification of pure love and vital religion. An heroic poem, in three cantos. With an appendix, consisting of a pindaric ode, For the Queen's Birth-Day, 1786; and poetical epistles, On various Moral and Entertaining Subjects; by Mrs. Mary Deverell, Gloucestershir.