Displaying 1–25 of 13852

ID Title Contributors Firms Year Edition
4381 'Tis all for the best, or the history of Mrs. Simpson. More , Hannah (Author)
William Watson I (Bookseller)
1790
4400 'Tis all for the best, or the history of Mrs. Simpson. More , Hannah (Author)
William Watson and Son (Bookseller)
1790
10397 'Tis all for the best. More , Hannah (Author)
Binns , Ann E. (Bookseller)
John Edward Evans (Printer)
John Hatchard and Son [187 Piccadilly] (Bookseller)
James Nisbet [Berners Street] (Bookseller)
and 2 more.
1830
13290 "'Tis all for the best," or, the history of Mrs. Simpson. More , Hannah (Author)
Watson , Ann (Bookseller)
Watson , Ann (Printer)
Ann Watson (Printer)
Ann Watson (Bookseller)
286 "Alla Giornata;" or, To the Day. In Three Volumes. Bury , Charlotte Susan Maria Campbell (Author)
Saunders and Otley (Publisher)
Samuel and Richard Bentley (Printer)
1826 1
10119 "Bread Cast upon the Waters." By Mrs. Dixon, Author of the "Mount of Olives," A Poem. Dixon , Charlotte Eliza (Author)
William Sears [Budge Row] (Printer)
Seabook Depository [Wellclose Square] (Bookseller)
Seabook Depository [Warwick Square] (Bookseller)
1830 1
8976 "I Can't Afford It." And Other Tales, by Mrs. Hamilton. In Two Volumes. Hamilton , Emma (Author)
Clement Chapple [66 Pall Mall] (Publisher)
William Oxberry [Clarendon Square] (Printer)
1813 1
1114 "There is a Secret, Find it Out!". A Novel. In Four Volumes. By Mrs. Meeke, Author of Amazement, Old Wife and Young Husband, Wonder of the Village, &c. &c. Meeke , Elizabeth (Author)
Minerva Press, Lane, Newman, and Co. (Publisher)
Lane, Darling, and Co. (Printer)
1808 1
9579 "Think of Jesus": A Poem Written for Good Friday, in the Year of Our Lord 1823. By Mary Ann Lloyd. Lloyd , Mary Ann (Author)
Joseph Wilkins (Printer)
William Crawford (Bookseller)
Plank (Bookseller)
and 1 more.
1823 1
6066 "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God "in vain, for he will not hold him guiltless, that "taketh his Name in vain." Was this high and holy command more seriously considered, and the awful consequences of disobeying it taken home by all ranks of people, ... King , Martha (Author)
s.n. (Publisher)
1799
24846 “Crown the Passing Hour with Joy,” A Glee, for Three Voices, the Poetry by Mrs. Opie, the Music Composed & Inscribed to His Friend, F. W. Collard, by W. Horsley, Mus. Bac. Oxon. Opie , Amelia (Author)
Horsley , William (Composer)
Clementi and Co. (Publisher)
1822 1
24849 “Forget Me Not” A Glee for Four Voices, Sung by Mrs. Bianchi, Lacy, Messrs. Harrison, Goss & Bellamy, at the Vocal Concerts, the Poetry by Mrs. Opie, to Whom the Music Is Inscribed by Wm. Horsley Mus. Bac, Oxon. [Go youth beloved]. Opie , Amelia (Author)
Horsley , William (Composer)
Chappell & Co. (Publisher)
1812 1
24854 “Hymn to God, the Eternal and Unchangeable.” Music by V[incent] Novello. Original Sacred Music, Consisting of Psalms, Hymns, and Anthems, Composed Expressly for This Work. By Messrs Attwood, Bishop, J. B. Cramer, Crotch, Callcott, Evans, Goss, Holder, Horsley, J. Jolly, Wm. Linley, Novello, Shield, C. Smith, Walmisley, S. Wesley, & C., with Original Poetry, Written by Mrs. Joanna Baillie, Miss Bowles, Mrs. Opie, Bernard Barton Wm. Knox & J. Montgomery, Esqres, the Rev’d H. H. Milman, M. A. Prof. Poetry, Oxon & R. Southey, Esqre. Lls. Poet Laureate. Edited by Alfred Pettet. Baillie , Joanna (Author)
Opie , Amelia (Author)
Chappell & Co. (Printer)
1825 1
15942 (Cheap Repository. Number 37.) The Black prince, a true story; being an account of the life and death of Naimbanna, an African king's son, who arrived in England in the year 1791, and set sail on his return in June 1793 More , Hannah (Author)
Weston , Henry W. (Illustrator)
Benjamin and Jacob Johnson (Publisher)
1800
12806 (Mrs. Inchbald's Translation.) The Midnight Hour. A Comedy, in Three Acts. From the French of M. Damaniant, called Guerre Ouverte; ou, Ruse Contre Ruse as it is now performing at the Theatres Royal Covent-Garden and Smock-Alley. Translated by Mrs. Inchbald. Inchbald , Elizabeth (Translator)
Damaniant , Antoine-Jean (Author)
M. Stewart (Printer)
1788
12803 (Mrs. Inchbald's Translation.) The Midnight Hour. A Comedy, in three acts. From the French of M. Damaniant, called Guerre Ouverte; ou, Ruse Contre Ruse. As it is now performing at the Theatres Royal Covent-Garden and Smock-Alley. Translated by Mrs. Inchbald. Inchbald , Elizabeth (Translator)
Damaniant , Antoine-Jean (Author)
George Perrin [10 Castle Street] (Printer)
1788
17267 (Parent's Assistant). Juvenile Classicks[sic]. One Hundred Volumes of Select Books for Children. Uniformly Bound. Munroe & Francis' Edition. Edgeworth , Maria (Author)
Anderson , Alexander (Engraver)
Hartwell , Alonzo (Engraver)
Munroe and Francis [128 Washington] (Publisher)
David Francis (Bookseller)
1824
1704 [A] catalogue of books, containing a great variety in most languages, arts, and sciences; Which will begin to be sold (for ready money,) at the prices printed in the catalogue; on Friday, July 17th, 1789, at the shop of Ann Ireland, bookseller and printer, opposite the assembly room, Leicester. (Who gives the full value for any library, or parcel of books.) Ireland , Ann (Author)
Ireland , Ann (Bookseller)
Ireland , Ann (Printer)
Ann Ireland (Printer)
Ann Ireland (Bookseller)
1789
9981 [An Address to All in Difficulties] Ripley , Dorothy (Author)
Philip Rose [20 Broadmead] (Publisher)
1821 1
15521 [An elegiac poem, on the death of that celebrated divine, and eminent servant of] Jesus Christ, the reverend [and learned] George Whitefield, by Phillis, a servant girl, of 17 years of age, belonging to Mr. J. Wheatley, of Boston:--she has been but 9 years in this country from Africa. Wheatley , Phillis (Author)
1770
4649 [An irregular ode] to Edward Byrne, Esq. of mullinahack, on his marriage with Miss Roe, step-daughter to one Noble Lord, and niece to another!!! Battier , Henrietta (Author)
Stephen Colbert [Stephen Street] (Bookseller)
1797
5026 [An] appeal to impartial posterity, by Madame Roland, wife of the minister of the Home Department; Or, a collection of pieces written by her during her confinement in the prisons of the Abbey and St. Pélagie. Published originally in Paris for the benefit of her only daughter, deprived of the fortune of her parents, whose property is still in sequestration. In four parts. Part I. Translated from the French. Roland de la Platière , Marie-Jeanne (Author)
John Chambers [Abbey Street] (Printer)
1796
6674 [Condescendence for Miss Charles Halkerston, only child and heir served and retoured, and executor decerned and confirmed to the deceased Helenus Halkerston, late of Rathillet, pursuer; against Capt. Ninian Imrie of Dunmuir, and William Lumsdaine, writer to the signet his attorney, defenders.] Halkerston , Miss (Author)
s.n. (Publisher)
1783
13651 [The Death of Abel ... Attempted from the German of Mr. Gessner [by Mary Collyer]. Stereotype edition.] Collyer , Mary (Translator)
Gessner , Salomon (Author)
1814
13652 [The Death of Abel ... Attempted from the German of Mr. Gessner [by Mary Collyer]. Stereotype edition.] With a sketch of the life of the author. To which is now first added, the Death of Cain, in five books ... to which is subjoined, Death, a vision, ... under the similitude of a dream: by J. Macgowan Collyer , Mary (Translator)
Gessner , Salomon (Author)
MacGowan , John (Author)
1814