"Person ID","Last Name","First Name",Gender,"Birth Date","Birth City","Death Date","Death City",Role,"Title Id",Title,"Signed Author",Pseudonym,Imprint,"Self Published","Printing City","Printing Country","Printing Lat","Printing Long",Date,Format,Length,Width,Edition,Volumes,Pagination,Sources,"Price Pound","Price Shilling","Price Pence","Other Price",Genre,"Shelf mark" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12920,"A Collection of the Most Approved Entertaining Stories, calculated for the instruction and amusement of all the little masters and misses in this vast empire. By Solomon Winlove, Esq. A new edition.","By Solomon Winlove, Esq.","Solomon Winlove","Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul’s Church-Yard; by J. Cundee, Ivy-Lane.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Sextodecimo,11,7,,1,121,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J381(3); British Library Ch.800/260.",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; BL Ch.800/260." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12343,"A New Book for the Improvement of Young Gentlemen and Ladies. Filial Duty, recommended and enforc'd, by a variety of instructive and entertaining stories, of children who have been remarkable for affection to their parents.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,12,8,,1,"viii, 160","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J134(3); ESTC N31533",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Roscoe; Ball; Osborne" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12049,"Bible in Miniature.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,4,3,,1,256,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J28 (4)",,1,,,Religion/Biblical,"Roscoe; Ries" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12048,"Bible in Miniuture.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,4,3,,1,256,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J28 (3)",,1,,,Religion/Biblical,"BM; Bodley; Roscoe; Bath; Preston; Hannas; Welch; CLU; Edison; NN; Wightman; Adomeit; Ries; Shiers; Gardner; Grant." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12124,"Complete History of England with Heads of 36 Kings and Queens",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J79",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12711,"Juvenile Rambles through the Paths of Nature; in which many parts of the wonderful works of the creation are brought forward, and made familiar to the capacity of every little miss and master, who wishes to become wise and good. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Sextodecimo,12,,,1,128,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J200(3)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Welch; Roscoe" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12712,"Juvenile Rambles through the Paths of Nature; in which many parts of the wonderful works of the creation are brought forward, and made familiar to the capacity of every little miss and master, who wishes to become wise and good. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Sextodecimo,11,7,,1,128,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J200(4)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; Roscoe" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12793,"Nurse Truelove's Christmas box: or, The golden plaything for little children; by which they may learn the letters as soon as they can speak, and know how to behave so as to make every body love them.","Nurse Truelove's","Nurse Truelove","Sold by Carnan & Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,8,6,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J269(5)",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Bodley 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12796,"Nurse Truelove's New-Year's gift: or The book of books for children. Adorned with cuts.","Nurse Truelove","Nurse Truelove","N.B. You may have this little book of T. Carnan (successor to Mr. J. Newbery) at No. 65, in St. Paul's Church-yard, only paying two-pence for the binding; but not unless you are good. Nurse Truelove.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,,,,1,54,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J270(6)",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Ball; Roscoe" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12795,"Nurse Truelove's New-Year's gift: or The book of books for children. Adorned with cuts.","Nurse Truelove","Nurse Truelove","N.B. You may have this book at Newbery's and Carnan's, at No. 65, the Bible and the Sun, in St. Paul's Church-yard, over against the North door of the church, paying only two-pence for the binding; but not unless you are good. Nurse Truelove.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,9,6,,1,62,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J270(5)",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; NB" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12143,"The Cries of London, as they are daily exhibited in the streets; with an epigram in verse, adapted to each. Embellished with sixty-two elegant cuts. To which is added, a description of the metropolis in verse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,10,6,,1,"v, 133","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J86 (7)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",SomCL 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12198,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume I. Containing a Description of Tower of London, Monument, London Bridge, Custom House, Royal Exchange, Bethlem Hospital, St Luke's Hospital, The Magdalen House, Gresham College, Sion College, The South Sea House.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,10,6,,1,126,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (10)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",NorBM 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12587,"The History of Prince Lee Boo A Native of the Pelew Islands. Brought to England by Captn. Wilson. A New Edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,13,8,,1,"vi, 178","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J170(3); ESTC T138613",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; MH" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12588,"The History of Prince Lee Boo A Native of the Pelew Islands. Brought to England by Captn. Wilson. A New Edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,13,9,,1,178,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J170(4)",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","V&A(GL); Grey" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12822,"The Poetical Flower Basket being a selection of approved and entertaining pieces of poetry, calculated for young minds. Embellished with cuts,",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,10,9,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J300; ESTC N40177",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Hannas 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12856,"The Royal Alphabet; or, Child's Best Instructor. To which is added, The History of a Little Boy, found under a haycock.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,10,6,,1,31,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J322(3); Houghton Library *52L-494",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","MB; Houghton *52L-494" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12858,"The Royal guide; or, An easy introduction to reading English: embellished with a great variety of cuts. Most humbly inscribed to His Royal Highness Prince Edward.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Sextodecimo,11,7,,1,128,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J323(6)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",McKell 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12857,"The Royal guide; or, An easy introduction to reading English: embellished with a great variety of cuts. Most humbly inscribed to His Royal Highness Prince Edward.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Sextodecimo,,,,1,128,"ESTC T300806; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J323(4)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12894,"Vice in its proper shape; or, the wonderful and melancholy transformation of several naughty masters and misses into those contemptible animals which they most resemble in disposition. Printed for the benefit of all good boys and girls.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J369(2A)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,22508,"A list of the monasterys, nunnerys, and colleges, belonging to the English papists in several popish countrys beyond sea. Published to inform the people of England of the measures taken by the popish party for the reestablishing of popery in these nations. In a letter to a member of Parliament.",Anonymous,,"printed for A. Baldwin in Warwicklane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1700,Quarto,,,,1,8,"ESTC R75; EEBO L2458A",,,,,"Religion/Biblical; Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,22626,"An account of the proceedings of the Privy Council of Scotland against David Baillie, with Relation to the Plot. Taken from Original Papers and Records.",,,"printed for A. Baldwin, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1704,Folio,,,,1,23,"ESTC T18746; ECCO CW0105086008",,1,,,Legal, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5576,"Genuine particulars of the life of the celebrated Richard Parker, alias Admiral Parker; found guilty, on tryal, before a court martial held at Greenhith for mutiny and disbobedience of orders. By a lady many years a resident in Moscow,-where she knew Parker intimately; and in whose fate, from an acquired freiendship, and some family alliance, she feels herself particularly interested.","By a lady many years a resident in Moscow",,,no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1707,Duodecimo,,,,1,24,"ESTC T184916; ECCO CB130472785",,,2.0,,Legal, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,23511,"A tale of a tarr. A new ballad.",Anonymous.,,"printed for A. Baldwin, in Warwick-Lane.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1710,Broadside,,,,1,1,"ESTC T226279",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,22977,"High-Church miracles, or, Modern inconsistencies.",Anonymous,,"printed and sold by A. Baldwin, at the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1710,,,,,1,2,"ESTC T5208; ECCO CB0132601521",,,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,22629,"An abridgment of the secret history of Crete. Translated out of Greek; and humbly dedicated to His Grace the Duke of Cambridge. Never printed in English before. By Greg's Ghost.","By Greg's ghost",,"Printed for S. Popping at the Raven in Pater-noster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1711,Octavo,,,,1,23,"ESTC T19018; ECCO |CB0130038590",,,3.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24709,"Information for Mrs. Anderson Her Majesties printer, against James Watson printer.",,,,no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1711,Broadside,41,24,,1,2,"ESTC N471912",,,,,Legal, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24996,"The examiners for the year 1711. To which is prefix'd, A letter to the Examiner.",,,"Printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall; and A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1712,Duodecimo,,,,3,"306, [14]","ESTC T33670; ECCO CW0104240981; ECCO CW0104241317; ECCO CW0104241657; Google Books https://books.google.com/books?vid=-E8JAAAAQAAJ",,,,,"Annual Periodical", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24997,"An Humble petition from the October-Club to a certain eminent M----r of the H. of C----s concerning the triennial bill.","the October-Club",,"Printed: and sold by J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane; J. Graves in St. James's-Street; and A. Dodd at the Peacock without Temple-Bar",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1716,Quarto,,,,1,12,"ESTC T36806; ECCO CB0130482986",,,3.0,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,22986,"Court poems. Viz; 1. The basset-table. An eclogue. II. The drawing-room. III. The toilet. A copy of verses to the ingenious Mr. Moore, author of the celebrated worm-powder. All four by Mr. Pope. To which is added W.T. to fair Clio.",,,"reprinted by S. Powell, at the Sign of the Printing-Press, in Copper-Alley; for G. Risk, Bookseller, at the Sign of the London in Dames-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1716,Duodecimo,,,,1,24,"ESTC T5771; ECCO CW0111289278",,,3.0,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24970,"A short view of the conduct of the King of Sweden",,,"Printed, and sold by A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1717,Octavo,,,,1,40,"ESTC T56975; ECCO CW0104621781",,,6.0,,History, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,25018,"Mughouse diversion: Or, A collection of loyal prologues, and songs, spoke and sung at the Mug-Houses. Particularly the order and method of the loyal societies, by way of prologue. Most of which were never yet printed. The Second Edition.",,,"Printed, and sold by S. Popping at the Black-Raven in Pater-noster-row, E. Harrison at the Royal-Exchange, A. Dodd without Temple-Bar, J. Marshal at the Bible in Newgate-street, and J. King over-against the Globe Tavern in Fore-street,",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1717,Duodecimo,,,"The Second Edition.",1,"[12], 36","ESTC T177480; ECCO CB0128274987",,,6.0,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24993,"Mughouse-Diversion. Or, a collection of loyal prologues, and songs, spoke and sung at the mug-houses. Most of which were never yet printed.",,,"Printed, and sold by S. Popping at the Black-Raven in Pater-Noster-Row, E. Harrison at the Royal-Exchange, A. Dodd without Temple-Bar, J. Marshal at the Bible in Newgate-Street, and J. King over-against the Globe Tavern in Fore-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1717,Duodecimo,,,,1,"[12], 36","ESTC T91616; ECCO CW0115385010; Google Books https://books.google.com/books?id=TDBYAAAAcAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false",,,6.0,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24991,"Mughouse-diversion: or, A collection of loyal prologues and songs, spoke and sung at the mug-houses. Particularly, the order and method of the loyal sosieties, by way of prologue. The Third Edition. With additions and alterations of near twenty new songs.",,,"Printed, and sold by S. Popping at the Black Raven in Paternoster Row, E. Harrison at the Royal Exchange, A Dodd without Temple Bar, J. Marshal at the Bible in Newgatestreet, and J. King overagainst the Globe Tavern in Forestreet",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1717,Duodecimo,,,"The Third Edition. With additions and alterations of near twenty new songs.",1,"[12], 48","ESTC N70985",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24979,"Some Observations upon the Laws against Protestant Dissenters; Proving that the Manner of Executing those Laws, is Provoking to God, Injurious to the Dissenters, and Scandalous to the Church.",,,"Printed for, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane; J. Harrison, at the Royal-Exchange, and A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1717,Octavo,,,,1,40,"ESTC T65662; ECCO CW0121256282",,,6.0,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,23381,"The occasional paper. Vol. II. Numb. VIII. Of reputation. An essay, occasion'd by the controversy betwixt the Lord Bishop of Bangor and his opposers.",Anonymous.,,"printed for James Knapton, at the Crown in St. Paul's Church-yard; J. Roberts, in Warwick-lane, J. Harrison under the Royal Exchange; and A. Dodd, without Temple-Bar.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1717,Octavo,,,,,"30, [2]","ESTC T217410",,,4.0,,Unknown, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24922,"The Patrician. To be continu’d weekly. No. I. Being considerations on the peerage. In answer to the Plebeian. By one who is neither a Knight, nor a member of the House of Commons.","One who is neither a knight, nor a member of the House of Commons",,"Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane and A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar. 1719. Where Letters are taken in directed for the Patrician.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1719,Quarto,,,"The Second Edition",1,12,"ESTC N10694; Houghton Library 16434.35*",,,3.0,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24978,"The Younger Brother: or, the Sham Marquis. A comedy. As it is Acted at the Theatre in Lincolns-Inn-Fields.",,,"Printed: and sold by J. Brotherton and W. Meadows in Cornhill, J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, and A. Dodd without Temple-Bar",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1719,Octavo,,,,1,"[12], 70","ESTC T107487; ECCO CW0112767571",,1,6.0,,Drama, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24998,"The field cleared of the noble stand: or, animadversions on the pamphlet so called. Which in a superfetation of parts has made so much noise in the publick debates among the London ministers, since their Division into Subscribers and Non-Subscribers. With a Postscript, shewing the Latter not justly chargeable with Singularity. By a sincere seeker.","By a sincere seeker.",,"Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, J. Harrison at the Royal-Exchange, and A. Dodd at the Peacock without Temple-Bar",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1720,Octavo,,,,1,"[4], 90","ESTC T102533; ECCO CW0105141752; Google Books https://books.google.com/books?vid=uZ1bAAAAQAAJ",,1,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,25017,"A letter to a friend from a merchant who had resided many years at Leghorn: giving an account of the methods taken by that state to prevent infection. Together with the Author's Thoughts what we ought to do at this Conjuncture, in order to preserve our Health and Trade.","a merchant who had resided many years at Leghorn",,"Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, and A. Dodd without Temple-Bar,",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1721,Octavo,,,,1,22,"ESTC T67603; ECCO CW0104871107",,,4.0,,"Science/Natural History/Medicine", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24988,"The art of governing. Shewing, I. The several sorts of governments at this time establish'd in Europe; from which is taken the best Kind of Government for a Free People, as that of England, &c. II. Of the abuse of government, by publick ministers, in respect to liberty, &c. on the Maxim in Law, The King can do no Wrong; with the Character of a Modern Statesman, and the great Lord Bacon's Advice to a Courtier. III. Of freedom and slavery, as to Government; manifesting, that by the extraordinary Use, or the Non-Use of National Laws, and general Corruptions, they may be much the same Thing. IV. Of the Parliament of England, and the Frequency of British Parliaments; proving the latter not only the Fundamental Right of this Nation, but that Liberty is grounded upon, and cannot Subsist without it. The Second Edition.",,,"Printed for T. Warner, at the Black-Boy in Pater-Noster-Row; and A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar,",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1722,Octavo,,,"The Second Edition.",1,"[8], 58","ESTC N14585; ECCO CW0123840498",,1,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,25014,"A timely caution; or, good advice to the ladies. By a true Briton. The second edition.","By a true Briton.",,"Sold by A. Dodd; E. Smith; and Mrs. Graves",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1728,Quarto,,,"The second edition.",1,"[4], 12","ESTC N13406",,,,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24920,"A Compleat History of Bedfordshire. Containing, I. The Geographical Description of the Country in Alphabetical Order. 2. The Ecclesiastical History. 3. The Civil History. 4. The Natural History. 5. The Literary History. 6. The Antiquities. 7. A Map of the County. 8. A Table of the Names of all Towns and Villages, &c . with the Value of the Livings, the Patrons, Incumbents, and the Gentlemens Seats: Also a Scheme of all the Market-Towns, &c. their Distance from London, and from one another, &c.",,,"In the Savoy: Printed by E. and R. Nutt; and Sold by T. Cox, at the Lamb under the Royal Exchange, Cornhill",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1730,,,,,1,161,"Houghton Library Br 3752.5",,1,,,History, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24971,"The fatigues of a great man, or, the plague of serving one's country. A satyr.",,,"Printed for A. Dodd, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1730,Folio,,,,,12,"ESTC N28175",,,,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24973,"The seventh-day-man; or, restless Christian, in the vanity of his Jewish sabbath, and presumptuous contempt of gospel-rest, offer'd to consideration. And the Lord's day justified; as the true Christian sabbath, visible in, and to be rested on according to, the commandment. With a prayer for the Lord's day.",,,"Printed for N. Dodd, and E. Smith",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1730?,Octavo,,,,,36,"ESTC T180571",,,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24981,"The Harlot's Progress: or, the Humours of Drury-Lane. In six cantos. Being the tale of the noted Moll Hackabout, in hudibrastick verse, containing her whole life; which is a key to the six prints lately publish'd by Mr. Hogarth. I. Her coming to Town in the York Waggon; her being betray'd by an old Baud into the Arms of Colonel Ch-s; her early Improvement in the Sweets of Fornication; and some Dialogues, Serious and Comical, between a Country Girl in the Waggon, and a Parson. II. Her living with a Jew; some merry Intrigues in the Jew's House; with Satyrical Pictures in the Jew's Chamber. III. Her living in a Baudy-House in Drury-Lane; her Extravagance, Company, Baudy-House Equipage, Pictures, and other Drury Decorations; with her being detected by Sir J---n G---n. IV. Her Usage at Tothil-Fields Bridewell; with some merry Adventures of Fops, Pimps, Whores, Bauds, and Panders, who were committed to keep her Company. V. Her Sickness and Death; Disputes between two noted Quacks, Temple-Bar and Bow-Bell Doctors, on the Nature of her Distemper; and her last Will and Testament. VI. Her Burial; the Funeral Pomp of Harlots in Triumph; Six Mutes, Sisters of the Trade; the Parson, a very Wag; the Clerk, a Sly-Boots; and the Undertaker, one of the Family of the Sad Dogs. The Second Edition.",,,"Printed for B. Dickinson at Inigo Jones's Head, against Exeter-Exchange in the Strand ; and R. Mountague at the General Post-Office in Great Queen-Street, near Drury-Lane: And Sold by J. Brotherton at the Royal-Exchange; R. Ware in Amen Corner; A. Dodd near Temple-Bar; J. Brindly in Bond-Street; J. Jolliff in St. James's Street; and J. Stagg in Westminster-Hall",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1732,Octavo,,,"The Second Edition.",1,64,"ESTC N7146; ECCO CW0109787400",,1,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,22854,"The citizen's procession, or, The smugler's success and the patriots disappointment. Being an excellent new ballad on the excise-bill.",Anonymous.,,"printed for A. Dodd without Temple-Bar",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1733,Folio,,,,1,8,"ESTC T30783; ECCO CW0113241622",,,4.0,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,23098,"Kick him Jenny, a merry tale.","Author of Kick him Jenny [From ESTC]",,"London: printed for Roger Clevercock: and Dublin: re-printed for Dorothy Kilcock, near Lucas's Coffee-House on Cork-Hill.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1734,Octavo,,,,1,24,"ESTC T174970; ECCO CW0117070097",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24977,"Modern Patriotism, a Poem.",,,"Printed for J. Brindley Bookseller, at the King's-Arms in New-Bond-Street, Book-Binder to her Majesty and his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane; J. Wilford behind the Chapter-House; Mrs. Nutt, Cooke, and Charlton, at the Royal Exchange; A. Dodd at Temple-Bar; J. Crichley at Charing-Cross; and by the booksellers of London and Westminster",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1734,Quarto,,,,1,"54, [2]","ESTC T79874; ECCO CW0113779617",,1,6.0,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24983,"The Proposal for Enabling the Clergy to Accept Advanced Rents in Lieu of Fines, Defended and Enforced: and the Justice of the Claim of the Tenants to Renew at Usual Times for Usual Fines, Asserted.",,,"Printed for A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1736,Octavo,,,,1,"[2], 38","ESTC T66790; ECCO CW0124430191",,,6.0,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24985,"The artless muse: being six poetical essays on various subjects. By a person in obscure life. Viz. I. A poem to the memory of John Milton, the British Homer: Occasioned by a Letter, some Time since published, in behalf of his daughter, Mrs. Clark, who then subsisted on the Labour of her poor Son, a Weaver in Spittle-Field: Lamenting, the Ingratitude of his Country to the Manes of that incomparable Bard; and celebrating the Royal Bounty of her Present Majesty, and several of the Nobility and Gentry to that unfortunate Gentlewoman. II. Damon's dispair, a Soliloquy. III. Stephen Duck's Translation from the Threshing floor to the Court. IV. Alexis's Farewel. V. On the mutability of sublunary Things, and their Insufficiency to Happiness. VI. The abandon'd shepherd, a Pastoral Tale.","By a person in obscure life.",,"Printed for D. Farmer, at the King's Arms in St. Paul's Church-Yard near Cheapside. J. Robinson, next the One Tun Tavern near Huntington Market in the Strand. H. Whitridge, under the Royal Exchange, and A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1737,Octavo,,,,1,"[4], 72","ESTC N14931; ECCO CW0111078897",,1,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24918,"The present state of politicks in Europe. With some observations on the present posture of our own affairs.",,,"Printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row, and A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1739,Octavo,,,,1,69,"ESTC T44223; Houghton Library Br 2050.151",,1,,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24950,"True Character of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield; In a Letter from a Deist in London, to his Friend in the Country. With some Observations on the Dispute between Dr. Trapp and Mr. Whitefield, and the Behaviour of the Clergy. Likewise the sentiments, manners, &c. of deists, fairly stated by real truths.","Deist in London",,"Printed: and sold by Mrs. Dodd, at Temple-Bar; Mrs. Nutt, Mrs. Cook, and Mrs. Bartlett, at the Royal-Exchange; and by the booksellers and pamphlet shop of London and Westminster",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1739,Octavo,,,,1,"[2], 34","ESTC N27635; ECCO CB0131465807",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14541,"Remarks upon the account of the conduct of a certain Dutchess. In a letter from a member of the last parliament in the reign of Queen Anne. To a young nobleman.","In a letter from a member of the last Parliament in the reign of Queen Anne.",,"Printed by A. Reilly; for G. Ewing",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1742,Duodecimo,,,,1,40,"ESTC T169030",,,,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24975,"Siris in the Shades: A Dialogue Concerning Tar Water; Between Mr. Benjamin Smith, lately deceased, Dr. Hancock, and Dr. Garth, at their Meeting upon the Banks of the River Styx.",,,"Printed for C. B. and sold by A. Dodd, at the Peacock, near Essex-Street, in the Strand",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1744,Octavo,,,,1,"38, [2]","ESTC N23660; ECCO CW0116871536",,,,,"Science/Natural History/Medicine", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24951,"The Equity of Parnassus: A Poem.",,,"Printed for C. Corbett, Bookseller and Publisher, at Addison's Head, opposite St. Dunstan's Church, Fleet-Street: and sold by Mrs. Nut and Mrs. Cooke, at the Royal Exchange; Mrs. Dodd at Temple Bar; and at Mrs. Haywood's, in the great Piazza, Covent Garden,",no,,,,,1744,Folio,,,,1,16,"ESTC T108978; ECCO CW0114732179",,1,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,14580,"The works of Sallust, translated into English. With political discourses upon that author. To which is added, a translation of Cicero's four orations against Catiline.","The works of Sallust",,"Printed by A. Reilly, for John Smith at the Philosophers Heads on he Blind Quay",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1744,Octavo,,,,1,"xxx, 462","ESTC T177798; ECCO CW3303487287",,,,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24982,"An Address to that Honest Part of the Nation, Call'd the Lower Sort of People; on the Subject of Popery and the Pretender. The Second Edition.",,,"Printed for Charles Corbett, at Addison's Head, in Fleet-Street: and sold by Mess. Nutt, Cook, and Kingmen, at the Royal Exchange, Dodd, at Temple-Bar. Amey, at Charing-Cross, Jolliffe, St. James's, Chapelle, in Grosvenor-Street; and at the book-warehouse in Wild-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1745,Octavo,,,"The Second Edition.",1,"26, [2]","ESTC T93988; ECCO CW0105246772",,,6.0,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14483,"The layman's sermon. Occasioned by the present rebellion; which was (or ought to have been) preach'd at St. Paul's Cross, on the 1st of October, 1745.",Anonymous,,"Printed by A. Reilly, for John Smith, Bookseller, at the Philosophers Heads on the Blind-Quay",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1745,Octavo,,,,1,24,"ESTC T68538; ECCO CW3320459745; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?vid=V5dbAAAAQAAJ",,,4.0,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,22952,"The muse in good humour: or, A collection of the best poems, comic tales, choice fables, enigmas, &c. From the most eminent poets. With some originals. In two parts. Vol. II.",Anonymous.,,"printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1745,Duodecimo,,,,2,174,"ESTC T41629; ECCO CW0116577744",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14212,"A brief account of the life and family of Miss Jenny Cameron, the reputed mistress of the Pretender's eldest son. Containing many very singular incidents.",s.n.,,"London printed, and Dublin re-printed by A. Reilly, for Wiliam Brien",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1746,Duodecimo,,,,1,72,"ESTC N52212",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14539,"A Protestant catechism; shewing the principal errors of the church of Rome. Published by order of the Incorporated Society in Dublin, for promoting English Protestant schools in Ireland. The third edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed by A. Reilly, for Robert Owen",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1746,Duodecimo,,,"The third edition.",1,24,"ESTC T214849",,,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14492,"Memoirs of the life of Lord Lovat.",Anonymous,,"London-printed, and Dublin re-printed by A. Reilly, for William Brien bookseller in Dame-street.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1746,Duodecimo,,,"[Irish first]",1,69,"ESTC T173539; ECCO CB3330009324",,,,,Memoirs, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14423,"The history of the present rebellion in Scotland.",Anonymous,,"Printed by A. Reilly, for Edward and John Exshaw",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1746,Octavo,,,,1,16,"ESTC N61058",,,,,History, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14424,"The history of the rebellion raised against His Majesty King George II. From its rise in August 1745, to its happy extinction, by the glorious victory at Culloden, on the 16th of April, 1746. Illustrated with plans of the battles of Falkirk and Culloden.",Anonymous,,"Printed by A. Reilly, for Edward and John Exshaw at the Bible on Cork-Hill",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1746,Octavo,,,,1,46,"ESTC T62261; ECCO CW3304685303",,,,,History, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14495,"The new week's preparation for a worthy receiving of the Lord's supper, as appointed and practised by the Church of England; consisting of meditations and prayers for the morning and evening of every day in the week. With forms of examination, and confession of sins: and meditations to enable us to live well after receiving the holy sacrament. The whole, being purified from those extatic and carnal expressions, which (in a former treatise upon this subject) have been long complained of, is now rendered a plain, orthodox, and reasonable service to almighty God. To which are added, a morning and evening prayer to be used either with a family, or in private. Likewise, Christ's sermon on the Mount, paraphras'd.",Anonymous,,"Printed by A. Reilly, for Edward and John Exshaw at the Bible on Cork-hill.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1746,Vicesimo-quarto,,,,1,"xii, 161","ESTC T79549; ECCO CW3321509640",,,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,14581,"The works of Sir James Ware concerning Ireland revised and improved. Containing, the writers of Ireland. In two books. I. Of such writers who were born in Ireland. II. Of such writers, who, though foreigners, enjoyed preferments or offices in Ireland, or had their education in it. Written in latin by Sir James Ware, Knight; now newly translated into English, revised, and improved with many material addition; and continued down to the beginning of the present century.","The works of Sir James Ware",,"Printed by A. Reilly, for the Author",yes,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1746,Octavo,,,"Now newly translated into English, revised, and improved with many material additions; and continued to the beginning of the present century.",1,"284, 363","ESTC N71535; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLLSFX3360000000299446",,,,,Works, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14493,"Memoirs of the life of Lord Lovat.",Anonymous,,"London printed, and Dublin re-printed by A. Reilly, for William Brien bookseller in Dame-street",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1747,Duodecimo,,,,1,71,"ESTC T173540; ECCO CB3326698711",,,,,Memoirs, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14538,"A Protestant catechism: Shewing the principal errors of the Church of Rome. Published by Order of the Incorporated Society in Dublin, for promoting English Protestant schools in Ireland. The fourth edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed by A. Reilly, for M. Owen Bookseller in Skinner-Row.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1749,Duodecimo,,,"The fourth edition.",1,24,"ECCO CW3318909471; ESTC T63607",,,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,23686,"Jane Shore to the Duke of Gloster, an epistle.",Anonymous.,,"printed for R. Dodsley at Tully's Head in Pall-Mall, and sold by M. Cooper in Pater-noster Row.",no,,,,,1749,Quarto,,,,1,27,"ESTC T54337; ECCO CB0131156368",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,2763,"A home truth: being memoirs of the love and state-intrigues of the Court of H---; from the marriage of the Princess of Z------, to the tragical death of Count K-----k: written originally in High-German, by the celebrated Countess of K----k. The Second Edition.","by the celebrated Countess of K----k",,"printed for J. Robinson, at the Golden Lion, in Ludgate-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1750,Octavo,,,"The Second Edition.",1,119,"ESTC T76841; ECCO CW101030299",,,,,Memoirs, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13754,"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.",Anonymous,,"Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-noster Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1750,Quarto,30,18,,1,11,"Houghton Library EC7 A100 750f",0,0,6.0,,Poetry,"Houghton EC7 A100 750f" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13750,"Lucina sine concubitu. A letter humbly address'd to the Royal Society; in which is proved by most incontestible evidence, drawn from reason and practice, that a woman may conceive and be brought to bed without any commerce with man.",Anonymous,,"Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-noster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1750,Unknown,20,12,,1,48,"Houghton Library *EC75 H5534 750ℓ",0,0,0.0,,"Science/Natural History/Medicine","Houghton *EC75 H5534 750ℓ" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,25006,"Memoirs of the life of Mrs. A--a W--t. Shewing, I. The unkind Usage she receiv'd from an only Brother. II. The Cause of her coming to London. III. The Manner in which she was seduc'd from the Inn, to a House of ill Fame. IV. How she was there male-treated, debauch'd, and confin'd for the Space of two Years. V. Her Behaviour and Treatment there till the Time of her Deliverance, and how dispos'd of since.",,,"Printed and sold by W. Reeve, in Fleet-Street; and A. Dodd, opposite St. Clement's Church, in the Strand",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1750,Octavo,,,,1,"51, [1]","ESTC T114903; ECCO CW0103910467",,1,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14488,"A letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning the laws which disable Papists from purchasing in this kingdom.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by the booksellers.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1751,Octavo,,,,1,27,"ESTC T222631",,,,,Legal, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14489,"A letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning the laws which disable Papists from purchasing in this kingdom.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by the booksellers.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1751,Octavo,,,,1,16,"ESTC T202887",,,,,Legal, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,6404,"Mother Midnight's miscellany. Containing, more than all the wit, and all the humour, and all the learning, and all the judgement, that has ever been, or ever will be. Likewise the Discovery of an unknown World; with some Account of the Religion, Customs, Manners, and Ceremonies of the Glums and Gawrys, Men and Women that Fly: With the Marriage-Ceremony of a Lying Man to a Flying Woman, and many other extraordinary Events, which ought never to be forgotten. First discover'd by Selim, in a Vision, on the Hills of Bagdat, on the sixth Day of the fourth Moon, Anno Mundi, 5791. Dedicated to the King of the Fidlers, and to his Queen, and to the Great Mogul's Jester, and to the greatest Conjurer in all Lapland, and to Bajazet the famous Race-Horse, and to the Gnost of Black and All Black, &c. &c. &c. By Mary Midnight, Midwise to all the Inhabitants of this Cosmos, and to the Choice Spirits in the Elysian Shades. Publish'd (which she always observes) in Conformity to several Acts of Parliament, and by Permission of their Most Christian and Most Catholick Majesties, the Great Mogul, and the States General.","By Mary Midnight","Mary Midnight","Printed and sold by W. Reeve, in Fleet-Street; A. Dodd, opposite St. Clement's Church, in the Strand; H. Slater, the Corner of Clare-Court, Drury-Lane; D. Job, in King's-Street, Covent-Garden; and E. Cook and M. Kingman, at the Royal-Exchange",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1751,Octavo,,,,1,"[3], vi-26","ESTC T99347",,,,,Miscellany, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13747,"The œconomy of human life. Translated from an Indian Manuscript, written by an ancient Bramin. To which is prefixed, An account of the Manner in which the said manuscript was discover'd. In a letter from an English Gentleman, now residing in China, to the Earl of ****.","""written by an ancient Bramin""",,"Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-noster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1751,Octavo,17,11,,1,"xxiii, 111","Houghton Library *EC7.D6687.750o",,,,,Essays,"Houghton *EC7.D6687.750o" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5545,"The conjurers 1753 When one head has a Cause in hand, A Cause it cannot Understand. Auxilliarys must be good, To make the Matter understood: Three Conjrers sure must find yow Whichone might ever hold in Doubt. Drawn from the life by the Right Honourable the Lady Fa----y K----w","by the Right Honourable the Lady Fa----y K----w",,,no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1753,Unknown,,,,1,1,"ESTC T127861; ECCO CW103596437",,,,,Miscellany, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,2818,"Ingratitude: An epistle to ------ ------, Esq; Occasion'd by the late sad Catastrophe of a Clergyman at Norwich. By a Young Lady, Daughter of the said Clergyman. Illustrated with various notes.","By a Young Lady, Daughter of the said Clergyman.",,"printed for C. Sympson",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1754,Quarto,,,,1,16,"ESTC T37224; ECCO CW111513051; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLLSFX3360000000308926",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13739,"Put money in your purse, or, The golden rule. A conversation-piece, not in painting, but poesy. A satire with notes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for A. Dodd, at the Peacock, facing St. Clement's Church, in the Strand",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1754,Folio,33,20,,1,19,"Houghton Library EC75 A100 754p2",,1,,,Poetry,"Houghton EC75 A100 754p2" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5236,"The lady's present to the fair sex: Being an infallible guide for their happy deportment thro' every stage of life. Digested under several important articles hereunder mentioned, viz. Of religion. Of modesty. Of meekness. Of compassion. Of assability. The duty of virgins. Of their deportment towards male sex. Of their friendships and censure. Of vanity, affectation, pride and diversions. Of Wives. Of their household-affairs, family and children. Of widows. The whole extracted from the writings of the politest economists, philosophers, poets and divines.",Anonymous,,"Printed by M. Read, in Half-Moon-Court, adjoining to Ludgate",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1755,Octavo,,,,1,189,"ESTC T228430; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=eVJgAAAAcAAJ; ECCO CB3326159111",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13772,"A Full Account of the Siege of Minorca, by the French, in 1756. With all the Circumstances relating thereto.",Anonymous,,"printed for A. and C. Corbett, in Fleet-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1756,Octavo,0,0,,1,75,"Houghton Library *EC75.A100.756f3",0,1,0.0,,"Political Writing","Houghton *EC75.A100.756f3" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,25013,"A modest apology for the conduct of a certain admiral in the Mediterranean. Being an essay towards silencing the clamorous tongue of slander, 'till facts can be ascertained by substantial and circumstantial Evidence.",,,"Printed for M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row; B. Dodd, opposite St. Clement's Church in the Strand; and sold at all pamphlet shops, the Royal Exchange and Westminster,",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1756,Octavo,,,,1,"23, [1]","ESTC T98955; ECCO CW0105880724; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc2.ark:/13960/t4wh2vc5k&view=1up&seq=7&skin=2021",,,6.0,,Essays, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14597,"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.","Ben Johnson",,"Printed for Edward Robinson, and sold by A. and C. Corbett at Addison's Head in Fleet-street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1756,Octavo,,,"The second edition.",1,46,"ESTC N32321; ECCO CW3306654777",,1,,,Drama, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13749,"Critical Remarks on the Tragedy of Athelstan. With Rules necessary to by observed by all dramatic poets. By the author of the State-farce.","By the author of the State-farce.",,"Printed for Mary Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-noster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1756,Unknown,18,11,,1,36,"Houghton Library 17472.7.4*",0,0,6.0,,Essays,"Houghton 17472.7.4*" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,2300,"Memoirs of the Right Honourable Lady Betty Ireland, with a particular account of her eldest son Roger, Jemmy Gripe, and Fox, the Jugler.",Anonymous,"Lady Betty Ireland","printed by Sir George Timberfoot in Essex-Street, opposite the Bridge",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1756,Octavo,,,,1,15,"ESTC T109122; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=jiZcAAAAcAAJ; ECCO CW103863563",,,,,Memoirs, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14596,"The beauties of the English stage: consisting of the most affecting and sentimental passages, soliloquies, similies, descriptions, &c. in the English plays, ancient and modern. Digested under proper heads in alphabetical order, with the names and dates of the plays and their several authors refer'd to. The third edition, in which the errors of the former editions are corrected, and the collection is continued down to the present year. In three volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Withers, at the Seven Stars, against Chancery-Lane, and A. and C. Corbett, at Addison's-Head, against St. Dunstan's Church, both in Fleet-street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1756,Duodecimo,,,"The third edition, in which the errors of the former editions are corrected, and the collection is continued down to the present year.",3,"I 272, [3]; II 300; III 307, [3]","ESTC T134817; ECCO CW3310074068",,,,,Drama, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13743,"The Levee: A poem. Occasion'd by the Number of Clergy at the Duke of Ne---le's Levee.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Mary Cooper in Pater-noster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1756,Quarto,30,18,,1,7,"Houghton Library EC75 C4625 Zz760e",0,0,6.0,,Poetry,"Houghton EC75 C4625 Zz760e" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13742,"The State-Farce: A Lyrick. Written at Clermont. And inscribed to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Mary Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-noster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1756,Quarto,30,18,,1,8,"Houghton Library EC75 C4625 Zz760e",,,6.0,,Poetry,"Houghton EC75 C4625 Zz760e" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13755,"The Protest",Anonymous,,"Printed for A. and C. Corbett, at their CORRECT STATE LOTTERY OFFICE, directly opposite St. Dunstan's Church, in Fleet-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1757,Unknown,17,11,,1,56,"Houghton Library *EC75 A100 757p3",,1,,,"Political Writing","Houghton *EC75 A100 757p3" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,2821,"Moral and critical reflections on several subjects. Among which (by way of illustration) various characters are occasionally interspersed. By the author of Emily; or, the history of a natural daughter.","By the author of Emily; or, the history of a natural daughter.",,"printed by Dryden Leach, for F. Noble, at Otway's Head, in King-Street, Covent-Garden; and J. Noble, at Dryden's Head, in St. Martin's-Court, Leicester-Square",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1758,Unknown,,,,1,"vii, 258","ESTC T52971; ECCO CW116010240; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/731608132",,,,,Essays, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,6255,"A genuine narrative of the trial and condemnation of Mary Edmondson, for the murder of Mrs. Susannah Walker, her aunt. At the assizes held at Kingston upon Thames, for the County of Surry, on Saturday, March 31, 1759. Before the honourable Sir Thomas Dennison, Knt. with An Account of her general Behaviour, last Dying Words, and Execution on Monday, April 2, 1759. With animadversions on the whole proceedings. And her effigy curiously engraved on a copper-plate. The second edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J.Phipps, at the Britannia Printing-Office, White Friers, Fleet Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1759,Quarto,26,19,"The second edition.",1,20,"ESTC T25528; British Library 1572/604.; ECCO CW0123810189",,,6.0,,Legal,"BL 1572/604." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,6514,"A Christmas-box for masters and misses. Publish'd according to Act of Parliament.",Anonymous,"Mary Homebred","printed for S. Crowder & Co. at the Looking-Glass, London-Bridge",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1760,Octodecimo,,,,2,,"ESTC N49842",,,,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5203,"A letter from Lady ********* to the celebrated Miss K**** F*****. Concerning their late adventures in St. James's Park.",Anonymous,,,no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1760,Unknown,,,,1,1,"ESTC T149363",,,,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14490,"A list of the regiments which compose the present establishment of Ireland. With the officers names, [...] With a general abstract of the forces on this establishment, [...] To which is added, a list of the general and field officers [...] And the succession of colonels [...] to September 1760.",Anonymous,,"Printed A. Reilly, for the clerks of the several agents",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1760,Octavo,,,,1,130,"ESTC N9893",,,,,Catalogue/Advertisement/Prospectus/Directory/List, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,14599,"Dialogues of the dead. Written in French by the Archbishop of Cambray, translated into English from the best Paris edition. The fourth edition, corrected.","Written in French by the Archbishop of Cambray",,"Printed for D. Browne, at the Black Swan, without Temple-bar; J. Jackson, in St. James's Street; and A. and C. Corbett, in Fleet-street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1760,Octavo,,,"The fourth edition, corrected.",1,"iv, 267","ESTC T63908; ECCO CW3321688501",,,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13124,"The History of the Marchioness de Pompadour, Mistress to the French King, and First Lady of Honor to the Queen. Part the Third.",Annonymous,,"Printed for S. Hooper, at Caesar's Head, the Corner of the New Church, in the Strand.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1760,Duodecimo,,,,1,"xi, 234","ESTC T140302; ECCO CW103372360",,,,,Biography,"General Reference Collection 10662.de.16(2)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5436,"The lady's present to the fair sex: shewing, the whole duty of woman. Digested under the following heads: curiosity reflection vanity knowledge Reputation Applause Censure Insinuation Affectation Modesty Chastity Complacence Acquaintance Friendship Elegance Fruganty Employment Virginity Marriage Education Authority Widowhood Religion Written by a lady, at the desire of a noble lord.","Written by a lady, at the desire of a noble lord.",,"Printed for the Author",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1760,Octavo,,,,1,28,"ESTC T178200; ECCO CW3314079702",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14673,"Twelve Delightful Novels, Displaying the Stratagems of Love and Gallantry; Giving An Account of the various Accidents, Intrigues and Events, which have happen'd to several Persons in pursuance of their Amorous Inclinations. Very Entertaining for Gentlemen, Ladies and others in their vacant Hours. Namely, 1. The Honourable Infidelity. 2. The Lucky Misfortune. 3. The Cruel Fair One. 4. The Unparallel'd Friendship. 5. The Constant Couple. 6. The Loves of King Edgar. 7. The deluded Coxcombs. 8. The Two Alphonso's. 9. The Cheats of Mucio. 10. The Law of Divorce. 11. The Noble Recompence. 12. The grateful Robber. By a Person of Quality.","By a Person of Quality.",,"Printed by Ann Law, at the Rein-Deer in Mountrath-Street.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1760,Octodecimo,,,,1,174,"ESTC T118260; ECCO CW0114111683",,,,,"Fiction Novel", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5762,"Speedily will be published, the history of Rachel, commonly called Auld Reikie, eldest daughter of sister Peg; containing an account of many interesting events; ...",Anonymous,,,no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1761,Unknown,,,,1,1,"ESTC T10057; ECCO CB131189984",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10867,"The history of Greece: by way of question and answer, in three parts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for C. Hitch and L. Hawes, H. Woodfall, J. Rivington, J. Newbery, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, J. Richardson, S. Crowder and Co., B. Law and Co., T. Caslon, R. Withy, and M. Cooper",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1761,Unknown,18,,,1,219,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u2222601; ECCO CW101531976",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BM, v. 91, col. 249; Osborne catalogue, II:784" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14420,"The Guardian Trick'd. A comic-opera: as it is performed at the Theatre in Smock-Alley; the music composed by the celebrated Senr. Galluppi, called Buranello.",Anonymous,,"Printed by A. Reilly, on Cork-Hill",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1762,Octavo,,,,1,63,"ESTC T70462; ECCO CW3310951075",,,,,Drama, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14550,"The rivals, a comic-opera: in three acts. As it is to be performed at the Theatre in Smock-Alley. The musick by Signor Nicolo Tommelli.",Anonymous,,"Printed by A. Reilly, on Cork-Hill",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1762,Octavo,,,,1,93,"ESTC T70463; ECCO CW3313514630",,,,,Drama, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,2301,"To the qualytee of Durham. Deer ladees and gemmen, dont̀ suffer it; and pardon this addres from the sarvant maids of the wole town, who are imensley torter'd at a report that we are to be deprived of one of the annall inecent plesures of us virgins ... we are to have, they say, no more galloping in the Smid Halves - we who used to take such modest delite to be galanted by our sweet harts on that pretty spot; ...","Anonymous ; Betty Bustle [signed]","Betty Bustle",,no,Durham,GB,54.7767600,-1.5756600,1763,Unknown,,,,1,1,"ESTC T226855",,,,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,1610,"Abbassai an Eastern novel. In two volumes. Translated from the French.",Anonymous,,"printed for J. Potts, and J. Shepherd",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1764,Duodecimo,,,,2,,"ESTC N55246; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/931382821",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8262,"The Englishman in Bourdeaux. A comedy. Written in French, by the celebrated Monsieur Favart, acted with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal, in Paris. Where it had a more extraordinary run than any other new piece, in the memory of the present frequenters of the French stage. Translated by an English lady now residing in Paris.","Written in French, by the celebrated Monsieur Favart ...Translated by an English lady now residing in Paris.",,"Printed for G. Kearsly, in Ludgate-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1764,Octavo,,,,1,,"Chawton House Library 6737; ECCO CW107383827",,1,,,Drama,"CHL 6737" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,5070,"The history of Miss Jenny Salisbury; addressed to the Countess of Roscommond. Translated from the French of the celebrated Madame Riccoboni. In two volumes. ...","Translated from the French of the celebrated Madame Riccoboni.",,"Printed for A. Leathley, J. Exshaw, S. Price, H. Saunders, S. Cotter, E. Watts, J. Potts, S. Watson, J. Mitchel, J. Williams and J. Sheppard",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1764,Duodecimo,,,"[Dublin 1]",2,"I 132; II 144","ESTC T185971; ECCO CW3303236298",,2,8.0,,Fiction,"Bodleian Vet.A5f.1702" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,14009,"The Messiah. Attempted from the German of Mr. Klopstock. To which is prefix'd his introduction on divine poetry.","Attempted from the German of Mr. Klopstock.",,"Printed for A. Leathley, P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, S. Price, H. Saunders, T. Dyton, E. Watts, H. Bradley, J. Potts, and S. Watson.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1764,Unknown,,,,2,"I xvii, 174; II 226","ESTC T212815; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLLSFX3360000000188447; ECCO CB0132260408",,,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,3705,"Memoirs of a coquet; or the history of Miss Harriot Airy. By the author of Emily Willis; or, the history of a natural daughter.","By the author of Emily Willis",,"printed by W. Hoggard, for Francis Noble, at his Circulating Libraty, opposite Gray's-Inn-Gate, Holborn; and John Noble, at his Circulating Library, in St. Martin's Court, near Leicester-Square",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1765,Octavo,,,,1,"iv, 195","ESTC T74447; ECCO CW0109475242",,3,,,Memoirs, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13566,"Select lessons in prose and verse from various authors, designed for the improvement of youth. To which are added, a few original pieces. By J. N.","By J. N.",,"Printed by S. Farley, in Castle-Green.",no,Bristol,GB,51.4552300,-2.5966500,1765,Unknown,16,10,,1,128,"Houghton Library *EC75 N100 765s",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *EC75 N100 765s" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2246,"The history of the Marquis de Roselle, in a series of letters. By Madam Elie de Beaumont. Translated from the French. In two volumes.","By Madam Elie de Beaumont.",,"Printed for J. Hoey, sen. P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, S. Cotter, E. Watts, W. Sleater, J. Potts, J. Hoey, jun. J. Williams. and J. Sheppard",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1765,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I ii, 174; II 142","ESTC N1747; ECCO CB3331183333",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9814,"Eliza: Or, the History of Miss Granville. By the Author of Indiana Danby. In Two Volumes.","By the Author of Indiana Danby.",,"Printed by W. Hoggard, for Francis Noble, at his Circulating Library, opposite Gray's-Inn-Gate, Holbourn; and John Noble, at his Circulating Library, in St. Martin's Court, near Leicester-Square.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1766,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I 230; II 208","ESTC T68743; ECCO CW109429106",,,,,Fiction,"BL 12613.b.22." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12784,"Eliza: Or, the History of Miss Granville. By the Author of Indiana Danby. In Two Volumes.","By the Author of Indiana Danby.",,"printed for P. Wilson, E. Watts, J. Hoey, junior, and J. Potts",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1766,Duodecimo,,,"[Irish 1]",2,,"ESTC N50762",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5578,"The young lady's inrtoduction [sic] to natural history; containing an account of the atmosphere, light and gravity, of the terraqueous globe; ... Extracted from the writings of the most eminent authors, ... By the editor of The young lady's geography.","By the Editor of The young lady's geography.",,"printed for S. Bladon; and T. Caslon",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1766,Duodecimo,,,,1,"[12], 287, [1]","ESTC T131871; ECCO CW107298660",,,,,"Science/Natural History/Medicine", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5530,"A letter from a lady in town to her friend in the country, concerning the choice of a manager for the Edinburgh Theatre-Royal.","from a lady in town to her friend in the country",,"printed in the year",no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1767,Quarto,,,,1,8,"ESTC T193317",,,,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5268,"A letter from a minister in the country, to his friend In London.",Anonymous,,,no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1767,Octavo,,,,1,8,"ESTC T63268; ECCO CW119561037",,,1.0,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13562,"A voyage round the world. In His Majesty's ship the Dolphin, commanded by the honourable Commodore Byron. In which is Contained, A faithful account of the several places, people, plants, animals, &c. seen on the voyage: And, among other particulars, a minute and exact description of the streights of Magellan, and the gigantic poeple called Patagonians. Together with an accurate account of seven island lately discovered in the South Seas. By an officer on board the said ship.","By an officer on board the said ship.",,"Printed for J. Hoey, Senior, W. and W. Smith, P. Wilson. L. Flin, J. Murphy, E. Watts, W. Sleater, D. Chamberlaine, J. Potts, J. Mitchell, J. Williams, and W. Colles",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1767,Unknown,17,9,,1,222,"Houghton Library EC75.B9965.Y767o; ESTC T27758",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography,"Houghton EC75.B9965.Y767o" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,3023,"The female American; or, the adventures of Unca Eliza Winkfield. Compiled by herself. In two volumes.","Unca Eliza Winkfield",,"London: Printed for Francis Noble, at his Circulating Library, opposite Gray's-Inn Gate, Holbourn ; and John Noble, at his Circulating Library, in St. Martin's-Court, near Leicester-Square.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1767,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I ii, 193; II 172","ESTC T66366; ECCO CW3314667067",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14825,"A little lottery-book for children: containing a new method of playing them into a knowledge of the letters, figures, &c. Embellished with above fifty cuts, and published with the approbation of the Court of Common Sense.",Anonymous,,"printed for all the booksellers, and sold at the Bible and Sun, no. 65, [i.e. Newbery and Carnan] in St. Paul's Church-Yard,",no,,,,,1768,Unknown,,,,,"7,[57]p. : ill. ; 32⁰.","ESTC T171541",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5513,"Extract of a letter from a lady in Colchester to her friend in town.","from a lady in Colchester to her friend in town.",,,no,Colchester,GB,51.8892100,0.9042100,1768,Quarto,,,,1,"11, [1]","ESTC T186744; ECCO CW102674274",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24932,"The comments of bull face double fee, on the petition of the freeholders of the county of Middlesex; abounding with the most scurrilous abuse, indecent Invectives, and audacious Manaces; against the petitioners, and every other Person concerned in preparing and supporting that Petition, continued in the Gazeteer, from the 6th of June last, to the 7th of July inclusive","Printed for the Author",,"Printed for the author; and sold by I. Fell , at No. 14. in Pater-Noster Row ; Mr. Ridley. in St. James's Street; Mr. Parker, the Upper Part of New Bond Street; Mr. Woodfall, Charing Cross; Mr. Brayne, at No. 55. opposite Hatton, Garden, Holborn ; and Mrs. Cooke, at the Royal Exchange.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1769,Octavo,,,,1,94,"ECCO CW0107776004; Boston Athenaeum B746 no.2",,,,,Legal, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,3706,"The orphan daughters. A moral tale. In two volumes. By the author of Emily Willis.","By the author of Emily Willis.",,"printed for James Williams",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1769,Duodecimo,,,,2,,"ESTC N54044",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16018,"The Folly and Vanity of A Life spent in the Pursuit of Worldly Profit, Ease, or Pleasure, compared with A Life wholly employed in endeavouring to glorify God, and Do Good to Mankind; illustrated in Some Account Of the pious Lady Elizabeth Hastings, and of Armelle Nicolas, a poor ignorant Country Maid in France, Commonly known by the Name of The Good Armelle.",Anonymous,,"Printed by John Dunlap, at the Newest Printing-Office, in Market-Street.",no,Philadelphia,US,39.9523300,-75.1637900,1770,Duodecimo,17,,,1,24,"American Antiquarian Society 318103; America's Historical Imprints I: Evans, 1639–1800 11654; ESTC W17056",,,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,7091,"Anecdotes of a convent. By the author of Memoirs of Mrs. Williams. In three volumes. ...","By the author of Memoirs of Mrs. Williams.",,"printed for T. Becket, and P. A. de Hondt, in the Strand",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1771,Octavo,,,,1,"I viii, 271; II 243; III 236","ESTC T71897; The English Novel 1770-1829 1771: 3; British Library N.1651-53.",,7,6.0,,"Fiction Novel","BL N.1651-53; EM 3804: 5; ESTC t071897" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,7094,"Anecdotes of a convent. By the author of Memoirs of Mrs. Williams. In two volumes. ...","Author of Memoirs of Mrs. Williams.",,"printed for J. Potts, and T. Walker",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1771,Duodecimo,,,Irish,2,,"ESTC N30248; The English Novel 1770-1829 1771: 3",,,,,"Fiction Novel","ESTC n030248" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,2603,"Letters from Clara: or, the effusions of the heart.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Wilkie, No. 71, in St. Paul's Church Yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1771,Octavo,15,,,2,"I x, 144 ; II 147","ESTC N11333; The English Novel 1770-1829 1771: 23",,5,,,"Fiction Novel","PU Singer-Mend.PR.3291.C52.L47.1771" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5134,"Lettres d'une dame angloise, et de son amie a Paris, contenant les memoires de Madame Williams. ...",Anonymous,,,no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1771,Octavo,,,,2,,"ESTC N62418; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/837600990",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,2802,"Some account of the proceedings at the college of the Right Hon. the Countess of Huntingdon, in Wales. Relative to Those Students called to go to her Ladyship's College in Georgia. Also, An Account of their being set apart to the Work of the Holy Ministry in America, at Tottenham-Court Chapel in London, on Tuesday the 20th of October, 1772, by the Rev. Mr. Shirley and the Rev. Mr. Piercy. And of The Rev. Mr. Piercy's Farewel Sermon, and Pastoral Charge to them, as President of Georgia College, on Tower-Hill, Friday before their Embarkation. Likewise Some Account of the Rev. Mr. Piercy's Farewel Sermon to the Congregation in Tottenham-Court Chapel, on Sunday the 15th of November, 1772. In three letters. By One who was present.","One who was present",,"printed in the year",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1772,Duodecimo,,,,1,57,"ESTC T11624; ECCO CW104932504; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/731551840",,,,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8044,"The History of Miss Dorinda Catsby, and Miss Emilia Faulkner; in a series of letters.",Anonymous,,"printed and sold by S. Bladon, Pater-Noster Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1772,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I 188, [2]; II 130","The English Novel 1770-1829 1772: 11; British Library 12611.aa.6.",,5,,,Fiction,"BL 12611.aa.6; EM 7266: 6; ESTC t031414" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5178,"The history of Miss Indiana Danby. In two volumes. ...",Anonymous,,"printed for J. Hoey, sen. P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, H. Saunders, E. Lynch, J. Potts, J. Hoey, jun., S. Watson, J. Williams",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1772,Duodecimo,,,,4,,"ESTC T127684; ECCO CW3314151135",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8049,"The history of Lord Aimworth, and the Honourable Charles Hartford, esq. in a series of letters. A novel. By the author of Dorinda Catesby, and Ermina, or the fair recluse.","By the author of Dorinda Catesby, and Ermina, or the Fair Recluse",,"printed for J. Roson, No. 54, in St. Martin's Le Grand; T. Shepherd, in the Minories; and T. Lewis, Russel-street, Covent-Garden",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1773,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 222; II 188; III 156","The English Novel 1770-1829 1773: 7; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=wISYugEACAAJ",,9,,,"Fiction Novel","OAU PR3991.A1 H5x; xESTC" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8051,"The history of Miss Pamela Howard. By the author of Indiana Danby. In two volumes.","By the author of Indiana Danby",,"printed by James Williams, at No. 5, in Skinner-Row",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1773,Duodecimo,,,"Irish 1",1,"I 117; II 132","The English Novel 1770-1829 1773: 9; British Library 1568/1597.",,,,,"Fiction Novel","EM 4687: 3; ESTC t126295; BL 1568/1597." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8050,"The history of Miss Pamela Howard. By the author of Indiana Danby. In two volumes.","By the author of Indiana Danby",,"printed for T. Lowndes, No. 77, Fleet-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1773,Duodecimo,,,,1,"I 215; II 228","The English Novel 1770-1829 1773: 9; British Library 12612.bb.10.",,6,,,"Fiction Novel","BL 12612.bb.10; EM 168: 2; ESTC t066373 (NA CtY, IU, MiU)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,21894,"A Garland, of new songs, : containing, 1. Yo heave ho. 2. The young man’s dream. 3. The maid’s answer. 4. The parson",Anonymous,,,no,"Newcastle upon Tyne",GB,54.9732800,-1.6139600,1774,Duodecimo,,,,1,8,"Nonconformist and Dissenting Women's Studies, 1650-1850 https://sites.google.com/a/georgiasouthern.edu/nonconformist-women-writers-1650-1850/dissenting-women-printers-booksellers-1650-1825/angus-mary-c-1750-1821; ESTC T300310",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,3702,"The locket; or, the history of Mr. Singleton. A novel. In two volumes. By the author of Emily; Or, the History Of a Natural Daughter. ...","Author of Emily.",,"printed for R. Snagg, No. 29, Pater-Noster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1774,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I 226; II 228","ESTC N10753; ECCO CW3309780603",,6,,,"Fiction Novel","MH-H *EC75.A100.774l; EM 1012: 22" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,8257,"The Pleasures of retirement, preferable to the joys of dissipation; exemplified in the life and adventures of the Count de B--. Written by himself. In letters to a friend. Now first translated from the original French, by a lady.","Now first translated from the original French, by a lady.",,"printed for J. Wilkie, in St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1774,Unknown,,,,1,,"Chawton House Library 5650",,,,,"Fiction Novel","CHL 5650" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12881,"Tom Thumb's exhibition, being an account of many valuable and surprizing curiosities which he has collected in the course of his travels, for the instruction and amusement of the British youth.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1774,Trigesimo-secundo,11,,,1,62,"ESTC N47039; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J355(3)",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","OOxM; Welch; Roscoe (select photocopied leaves)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9620,"Devotional Pieces, compiled from the Psalms and the Book of Job: to which are Prefixed, Thoughts on the Devotional Taste, on Sects, and on Establishments.",,,"Printed for J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church-Yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1775,Octavo,19,11,,1,"viii, 192","Jackson Bibliography 10992; Google Books https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=qvlWAAAAcAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&hl=en&pg=GBS.PP3",,2,6.0,,"Poetry; Religion/Biblical","BL 81.a.21." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9682,"Poetical Amusements at a Villa near Bath",Anonymous,,"L. Bull; Hawes, Clarke, and Collins",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1775,Octavo,19,11,,1,150,"Jackson Bibliography 11095",,2,6.0,,Poetry,"BL 992.b.37 (1)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8340,"Poetical Amusements At A Villa Near Bath.",Anonymous,,"Printed By R. Cruttwell, For L. Bull, Bookseller, In Bath: And Sold, in London, by Hawes, Clarke, and Collins, in Pater-noster-Row",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1775,Octavo,,,,1,"viii, 180","Chawton House Library 4913; British Library 992.b.37.(1.)",,,,,Poetry,"CHL 4913; BL 992.b.37.(1.)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,6777,"Letters between Mrs. M*** K*****, and M*** W******, her niece, published by the latter, in vindication of her conduct. With explanatory notes.",Anonymous,,"printed and sold by R. Cruttwell",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1776,Octavo,,,,1,142,"ESTC T200047; Google Books RFtgAAAAcAAJ",,1,6.0,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12794,"Nurse Truelove's Christmas box: or, The golden plaything for little children; by which they may learn the letters as soon as they can speak, and know how to behave so as to make every body love them.","Nurse Truelove's","Nurse Truelove","T. Carnan",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1776,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J269(6)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9683,"Poetical Amusements at a Villa near Bath. Vol. I The second edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Edward and Charles Dilly. And sold by W. Frederick at Bath.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1776,Unknown,18,11,"The second edition.",1,"viii, 150","Jackson Bibliography 11283; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=HMgIAAAAQAAJ; British Library 11602.cc.2.",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11602.cc.2." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9684,"Poetical Amusements at a Villa near Bath. Second edition.",,,"Printed for Edward and Charles Dilly. And sold by W. Frederick at Bath.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1776,Octavo,18,11,,1,"vii, 175","Jackson Bibliography 11285; Google Books https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=0VZWAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&hl=en&pg=GBS.PA179; British Library 11602.cc.2.",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11602.cc.2." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Editor,11627,"Poems for Ladies, never before Published, and now first selected under the inspection of a lady.","Edited by a lady",,"Printed for the editor, and sold by John Donaldson",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1777,Octavo,19,11,,1,"vi, 180","Jackson Bibliography 8186; ESTC T54976",,3,,,Poetry,"BL 992.b.37 (2)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5561,"Advice from a lady of quality to her children, in the last stage of a lingering illness, in a series of evening-conferences on the most interesting subjects. Translated from the French.","from a lady of quality to her children",,"Printed by R. Raikes; and sold by J.F. and C. Rivington, No. 62, in St. Paul's Church-Yard T. Cadell, and H. Gardner, in the Strand, London; and S. Arnold, in the High-Street, Oxford",no,Gloucester,GB,51.8656800,-2.2431000,1778,Octavo,,,,2,"I xix, 190; II 231","ESTC T96423; ECCO CW120647254",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5560,"Matrimonial overtures, from an enamour'd lady, to Lord G----- G-rm--ne.","from an enamour'd lady",,"printed for J. Bew, in Pater-Noster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1778,Quarto,,,,1,"[4], 20","ESTC T39048; ECCO CW112996751",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5553,"Advice from a lady of quality to her children, in the last stage of a lingering illness, in a series of evening conferences on the most interesting subjects. Translated from the French. ...","from a lady of quality to her children",,"printed by P. Higly, for S. Price, W. and H. Whitestone, J. Potts, T. Wilkinson, J. Williams, W. Colles, W. Wilson, T. Walker, C. Jenkin, R. Moncrieffe, J. Porter, E. Cross, J. Exshaw, J. Beatty, L. White, C. Talbot, R. Burton, P. Byrne, and B. Watson",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1779,Duodecimo,,,,2,,"ESTC T119666; ECCO CW120966810",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,6702,"La bagatelle. Intended to introduce children of three or four years old, to some knowledge of the French language. In two volumes. ...","Affectionate Mother.","Affectionate Mother.","printed and sold by John Marshall and Co, at No. 4, Aldermary Church-yard, in Bow Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1779,Octavo,15,10,,2,"; 105.","ESTC T130060; British Library 1507/1025.",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 1507/1025." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14797,"The Annals of Europe, or Regal register; Shewing the succession of the sovereigns, of Rome, Constantinople, Adrianople, Trebizond, Turkey, Russia, Germany, Lombardy, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Sweden, Hungary, Poland, Prussia, England, Scotalnd, and Ireland. Together with the bishops and Popes of Rome; from the foundations of their states to the present time: with the principal events in each of their reigns, and the time when they happened. To which are added tables of the cotemporary princes from the year 800. And an alphabetical arrangement of all their names, shewing the time of their accession and death; which concise characters of all, as handed down by the best historians.",Anonymous,,"Printed for G. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row; and E. Newbery, the Corner of St. Paul’s Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1779,Octavo,,,,1,"vii, 372","ESTC N42634; ECCO CB0129694870",,,,,History, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,6913,"A letter from Mrs. Straightforward to her son Timmy. To which is prefixed, Mrs. Straightforward's letter to the ladies and gentlemen of Cambridge.",Anonymous,"Mrs. Straightforward","printed for J. Deighton. And sold by Messrs. Rivington, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and J. Almon, Piccadilly London",no,Cambridge,GB,52.2000000,0.1166700,1780,Quarto,,,,1,"[2], iii, [1], 4-15, [1]","ESTC T74923; ECCO GALE|CW3312269573",,1,,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12046,"Bible in Miniuture.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1780,Unknown,4,3,,1,256,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J28 (1); ESTC T127856",,1,,,Religion/Biblical,"BL C.17.b.10/41.; Roscoe; Osborne; Adomeit; CLU; Maxwell Hunley, Cat. 48 item 32" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12047,"Bible in Miniuture.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1780,Unknown,4,3,,1,256,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J28 (2)",,1,,,Religion/Biblical,"Roscoe; CLU; Adomeit; Rosenberg; Walcott" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,3719,"Harcourt; a sentimental novel. In a series of letters. By the authoress of Evelina.","By the authoress of Evelina.",,"printed for C. Jackson. By J. and R. Byrn",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1780,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I 135; II 114","ESTC T140056; The English Novel 1770-1829 1780: 3; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01000542207",,,,,"Fiction Novel","BL Cup.403.z.53; EM 6363: 12; ESTC t140056 (BI C, Dt; NA PU)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,4947,"Janet Clinker's oration, on the virtues of the old women, and the pride of the young, with a direction for young men, what sort of women to take: and for women, what sort of men to marry. Dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray [sic] Clinker, the clashing wive[s clerk.","Dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray [sic] Clinker, the clashing wives clerk.","Janet Clinker; Humphray Clinker","Printed according to order",no,Glasgow,GB,55.8651500,-4.2576300,1780,Duodecimo,,,,1,8,"ESTC T187790",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5598,"Louisa Wharton. A story founded on facts: written by herself, in a series of letters to a friend. Wherein is Displayed Some particular Circumstances which happened during the bloody Contest in America. I. Louisa's Father and Mother go to Bath; the Amusements of that Place described, &c. II. Some Account of Captain Truman and his Family; he falls in Love with Louisa; her Brother arrives from Philadelphia, and confirms the War having broke out. III. Captain Truman is ordered with his Regiment to America; Louisa is greatly alarmed, &c. IV. Truman takes Leave of Louisa with the greatest Tenderness; she gives him her Picture in Miniature; he gives her a Ring, and they vow mutual Constancy. V. Louisa's Father goes to London, from thence, with George his Son, sets out for Philadelphia. VI. A Letter from young Truman, full of tender expressions, &c. Vii. A Letter from her Brother, relates the Death of her Father, and the Confiscation of all their Property; they are greatly distressed; and Loui","Wharton, Louisa.",,"printed and sold by T. Sabine, No. 81, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1780,Octavo,,,,1,64,"ESTC T66379; The English Novel 1770-1829 1780: 9",,,6.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,3048,"Masquerades; or, what you will. By the author of Eliza Warwick, &c. In four volumes. ...","Author of Eliza Warwick.",,"printed for J. Bew, in Pater-Noster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1780,Duodecimo,,,,4,"I 232; II 248; III 288; IV 299","ESTC T174950; The English Novel 1770-1829 1780: 10",,12,,,Fiction,"O Vet. A5f.185-188; ESTC t174950 (NA CtY)." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14803,"The Bible in miniature, or a concise history of the Old and New Testaments",Anonymous,,"Lond. printed for E. Newbery, 1780.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1780,,,,,,"[4],256p.,plates ; 64⁰.","ESTC T134732",,,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12212,"The Entertaining Traveller; Giving a Brief Account of the Voyages and Travels of Master Tommy Columbus, in search of the Island of Wisdom; with a description of that island; as also of the Rock of Curiosity, the Court of Ambition, the Field of Luxury, and the Desert of Famine.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1780,Unknown,10,6,,1,63,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J105 (2)",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Bell 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12211,"The Entertaining Traveller; Giving a Brief Account of the Voyages and Travels of Master Tommy Columbus, in search of the Island of Wisdom; with a description of that island; as also of the Rock of Curiosity, the Court of Ambition, the Field of Luxury, and the Desert of Famine.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1780,Unknown,10,6,,1,63,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J105 (1)",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Weedon; Sotheby, 16.3.70, lot 100" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15042,"The Oxford sausage: or, Select poetical pieces, Written by the most celebrated wits of the University of Oxford.","Written by the most celebrated wits of the University of Oxford.",,"Printed for G. Robinson, in Pater-noster-Row, and E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, London; W. Jackson, in Oxford; and sold by the booksellers of Oxford and Cambridge",no,Oxford,GB,51.7522200,-1.2559600,1780,Octavo,,,"A new edition.",,224,"ESTC N41891; ECCO CB0130768267",,,,,"Poetry Collection", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,3041,"Masquerades; or, what you will. By the author of Eliza Warwick, &c. In two volumes. ...","Author of Eliza Warwick.",,"printed for Messrs. Price, Sleater, W. Watson, W. Wilson, Ennis [and 9 others in Dublin",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1781,Duodecimo,,,Irish,2,,"ESTC T118993; The English Novel 1770-1829 1780: 10",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12921,"Moral Lectures, on the Following Subjects. Pride, Envy, Avarice, Anger, Hypocrisy, Charity, Generosity, Compassion, Ill-Humour, Good-Humour, Affectation, Truth, Falshood, Education, Industry, Wisdom, Indolence, Application, Beauty, Advice, Company, Splendor, Happiness, Friendship, Mankind, Credulity, Contempt, Modesty. By Solomon Winlove, Esq; Embellished with twenty-eight curious cuts.","By Solomon Winlove, Esq","Solomon Winlove","Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1781,Trigesimo-secundo,10,6,,1,"vi, 120","ESTC N61119; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J382(4)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",McKell 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8014,"Nancy-Cock's pretty song book for all little misses and masters, by Nurse Lovechild. Adorned with fifty-six cuts.","by Nurse Lovechild.","Nurse Lovechild","printed and sold by John Marshall and Co.,",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1781,Trigesimo-secundo,10,,,1,63,"ESTC N41984",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12084,"The Brother's Gift; or The Naughty Girl Reformed. Published for the Advantage of the Rising Generation.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1781,Unknown,11,,,1,29,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J44 (3)",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","MWA; CtHI" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11650,"The Family Picture. A Play. Taken from the French of Mons. Diderot's Pere de Famille. With Verses on Different Subjects","By a lady",,"J. Donaldson and R. Faulder",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1781,Unknown,20,13,,1,"x, 76","Jackson Bibliography 12153; ECCO CW110559277",,,,,Drama,"BL 11735.e.19" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,11650,"The Family Picture. A Play. Taken from the French of Mons. Diderot's Pere de Famille. With Verses on Different Subjects","By a lady",,"J. Donaldson and R. Faulder",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1781,Unknown,20,13,,1,"x, 76","Jackson Bibliography 12153; ECCO CW110559277",,,,,Drama,"BL 11735.e.19" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12875,"The natural history of four-footed beasts. By T. Teltruth. Embellished with curious cuts.","By T. Teltruth.","T. Teltruth","Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1781,Sextodecimo,,,,1,122,"ESTC N12492; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J350(3)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Welch 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13560,"An archaeological epistle to the Reverend and Worshipful Jeremiah Milles, D.D., Dean of Exeter, President of the Society of Antiquaries, and editor of a superb edition of the poems of Thomas Rowley, priest. To which is annexed a glossary, extracted from that of the learned dean.",,,"Printed for J. Nichols, J. Walter, Charing-Cross; R. Faulder, New Bond Street; E. Newbery, Ludgate Street; and J. Sewell, Cornhill.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1782,Quarto,27,21,,1,18,"Houghton Library *EC75.C3928.B782p; ESTC N15887",,1,,,Poetry,"Houghton *EC75.C3928.B782p" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13561,"Cursory observations on the poems attributed to Thomas Rowley, a priest of the fifteenth century: with some remarks on the commentaries on those poems, by the Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Milles, Dean of Exeter, and Jacob Bryant, Esq., and a salutary proposal addressed to the friends of those gentlemen. The second edition, revised and augmented.","attributed to Thomas Rowley, a priest of the fifteenth century",,"Printed for J. Nichols, J. Walter, Charing-Cross; R. Faulder, New Bond Street; E. Newbery, Ludgate Street; and J. Sewell, Cornhill.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1782,Quarto,20,12,2,1,"iii, 62","Houghton Library 17444.42*; ESTC T34517",0,1,6.0,,Essays,"Houghton 17444.42*" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12744,"Little Robin Red Breast; A Collection of Pretty Songs, for Children, Entirely New.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1782,Unknown,10,7,,1,120,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J226(1); ESTC N19402",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Bell 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12187,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume IV. Containing a Description of Westminster-Abbey, Westminster-Bridge, Westminster-Hall, House of Lords, House of Commons, Buckingham House, or the Queen's Palace, Banquetting House, Horse Guards, Admiralty Office.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1782,Unknown,10,6,,1,125,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (3); ESTC T105073",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2657,"Adelaide and Theodore; or letters on education: containing all the principles relative to three different plans of education; to that of Princes, and to those of young Persons of both Sexes. Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis.","Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis.",,"printed for C. Bathurst, in Fleet-Street; and T. Cadell, in the Strand",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1783,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 304; II 295; III 288","ESTC T144082; The English Novel 1770-1829 1783: 9",,9,,,Fiction,"CHL 8366; BL 1031.1.4-6; EM 6665: 26; ESTC t144082 (BI C, E, O &c.; NA AzU, IU, ViU &c.)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2718,"Adelaide and Theodore; or, letters on education: containing all the principles relative to three different plans of education; Containing All the Principles relative to three different Plans of Education; to that of Princes, and to those of young Persons of both Sexes. Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis. ...","Madame la Comtesse de Genlis",,"printed for Luke White, (no. 86.) Dame-Street",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1783,Duodecimo,,,"Irish -1st",3,,"ESTC N16021; The English Novel 1770-1829 1783: 9",,,,,Fiction,"ESTC n016021" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12185,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume II. Containing a Description of Guildhall, Guildhall Chapel, The Bank of England, St Thomas's Hospital, The Mansion House, Foundling Hospital, The East India House, St Stephen's Walbrook, St Mary le Bow, Bridewell Hospital, Christ's Hospital, and London Stone.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1783,Unknown,10,6,,1,127,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (3); ESTC T105071",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Renier 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12539,"The History of Little King Pippin; with an Account of the Melancholy Death of Four Naughty Boys, who were Devoured by Wild Beasts. And the Wonderful Delivery of Master Harry Harmless, by a Little White Horse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1783,Unknown,,,,1,62,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J168(3); ESTC N28540",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12749,"The Lives of the British Admirals. Displaying, in the most striking colours, the conduct and heroism of the naval commanders of Great Britain & Ireland.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1783,Unknown,,,,2,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J230(2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","T. Crowe's Bookshop, Norwich, 1964" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,6708,"The mirror; or a looking-glass for young people of both sexes; to make them wise, good, and happy. Consisting of a choice collection of fairy tales. By Mother Goose. New edition.","By Mother Goose.","Mother Goose","printed by and for T. Saint",no,"Tyne and Wear",GB,54.9166700,-1.5666700,1783,Duodecimo,,,"New edition.",1,"[4], 186, [2]","ESTC N34877",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,7256,"The northamptonshire female dreamer; or the wonderful revelations of East-Hadon, and Ravingthorp: by an angel. Second edition, by Sally Sly. Published, Price 1s. 6d. (by the Author of this Dream,) Palemon, or the Country Clodhopper's 41 Letters, on a variety of subjects, P. S. This Dream, with the Author's Strictures on Pedigrees and Wills may be had gratis, by those who purchase the Volume of Letters.","by Sally Sly.","Sally Sly","Sold by T. Burnham, Northampton; J. West, Rowell; H. Turpin, No. 104, St. John Street; and J. Bew, Paternoster Row, London.",no,Birmingham,GB,52.4814200,-1.8998300,1783,Octavo,,,"Second edition",1,8,"ESTC T231816; ECCO CW117161402",,1,,,Religion/Biblical, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8080,"The reconciliation; or, the history of Miss Mortimer and Miss Fitzgerald",Anonymous,,"William Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1783,Unknown,,,,1,,"The English Novel 1770-1829 1781: 14",,,,,"Fiction Novel","BRu ENC; xESTC" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2700,"The theatre of education. By the Countess de Genlis. Translated from the French. A new edition, in three volumes.","By the Countess de Genlis.",,"printed for T. Cadell, and P. Elmsly, in the Strand; and T. Durham, Charing-Cross",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1783,Duodecimo,,,new,3,"I vi, 328 ; II 303 ; III 311","ESTC N45489; ECCO CB129111284 ; CB129111613 ; CB129111916; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/645761985",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15187,"A new and general biographical dictionary; containing an historical and critical account of the lives and writings of the most eminent persons in every nation; Particularly The British And Irish; From the earliest Accounts of time to the present period. Wherein Their remarkable Actions and Sufferings, Their Virtues, Parts, and Learning, Are Accurately Displayed. With a Catalogue of their Literary Productions. A new edition in twelve volumes, greatly enlarged and improved.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for W. Strahan, T. Payne and Son, J. Rivington and Sons, W. Owen, B. White, T. and W. Lowndes, B. Law, J. Robson, J. Johnson, G. Robinson, J. Nichols, J. Murray, W. Goldsmith, G. Nicol, J. Macqueen, W. Chapman, T. Bowles, and E. Newbery.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1784,Octavo,,,"A new edition in twelve volumes, greatly enlarged and improved.",12,"I 421; II 482; III 480; IV 534; V 547; VI 492; VII 531; VIII 493; IX 548; X 540; XI 596; XII 758","ESTC T133607; ECCO CW0103680482; ECCO CW0103680971; ECCO CW0103681456; ECCO CW0102382194; ECCO CW0102382742; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/A_New_and_General_Biographical_Dictionar/15Nmpk_MbbYC; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/n8LsFBXQjQEC; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/fpbe7PoF4mIC; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/UxhogvsZ00UC; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/Qzpd3dxJV4cC; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/MC9pqjGgiEUC; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/CtZaM_xXaQgC",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2645,"Adelaide and Theodore; or letters on education: containing All the Principles relative to three different Plans of Education; to that of Princes, and to those of young Persons of both Sexes. Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis. The second edition, carefully corrected and amended.","Madame la Comtesse de Genlis",,"Printed for C. Bathurst, in Fleet-Street; and T. Cadell, in the Strand",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1784,Duodecimo,,,"The second edition, carefully corrected and amended.",3,"I 311; II 295; III 292","ESTC T144531; The English Novel 1770-1829 1783: 9; British Library 12510.aaa.17.",,,,,Fiction,"ESTC t144531, BL 12510.aaa.17." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,6673,"Epistle from Miss Mark'em, in London, to Lady Barbary Courtley, at Castle-Lizard in the county of Cornwall. Written in Feb. 1784. (Continued from Thursday last.)",Anonymous,"Miss Mark'em",,no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1784,Unknown,,,,1,1,"ESTC T232256",,,,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12136,"The Cries of London, as they are daily exhibited in the streets; with an epigram in verse, adapted to each. Embellished with sixty-two elegant cuts. To which is added, a description of the metropolis in verse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1784,Unknown,10,7,,1,"v, 6-133","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J86 (3); WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/10209900; ESTC N30670",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; Ball." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12186,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume III. Containing a Description of St Paul's Cathedral, Black Friars Bridge, British Museum, The Temple, Temple Bar, St Bartholomew's Hospital, Northumberland House, Charing Cross, Lincoln's Inn.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1784,Unknown,10,6,,1,126,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (3); ESTC T105072",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,5062,"The history of Christina, princess of Swabia; and of Eloisa de Livarot. Translated from the French of Madame Riccoboni. In two volumes.","Madame Riccoboni",,"printed for J. Stockdale, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1784,Octavo,,,,2,"I 216; II 144","ESTC N33062; The English Novel 1770-1829 1784: 23",,6,,,Fiction,"OU PQ2027.R45H51 1784; ESTC n033062 (NA NIC)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,5082,"The history of Christina, princess of Swabia; and of Eloisa de Livarot. Translated from the French of Madame Riccoboni. In two volumes. ...","Madame Riccoboni",,"printed by J. Rea, for Messrs. Price, Moncrieffe, Exshaw, Wilson [and 9 others in Dublin",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1784,Duodecimo,,,Irish,2,,"ESTC T118941; The English Novel 1770-1829 1784: 23",,,,,Fiction,"EM 2225: 5; ESTC t118941" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14913,"The history of Sindbad the sailor: containing an account of his several surprising voyages and miraculous escapes.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1784,Unknown,,,,,"[2],119,[7]p.,plate : ill. ; 24⁰.","ESTC N33244",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12878,"The hobby-horse, or Christmas companion: containing among other interesting particulars, the song of a cock and a bull, a Canterbury story, and a tale of a tub. Faithfully copied from the original manuscript, in the Vatican library. By Toby Ticklepitcher. Embellished with elegant cuts.","By Toby Ticklepitcher.","Toby Ticklepitcher","Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1784,Trigesimo-secundo,,,,1,61,"ESTC N66958; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J354(3)",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12099,"The Prettiest Book for Children; Being the History of the Enchanted Castle.",Anonymous,"Don Stephano Bunyano","Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1784,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J48 (2)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,21892,"A Garland of new songs, containing 1. Tho’ fortune shuns my lowly cot. 2. Neptune’s prophecy. 3. A new song on the Battle of Preston Pans.",Anonymous,,,no,"Newcastle upon Tyne",GB,54.9732800,-1.6139600,1785,,,,,1,,"Nonconformist and Dissenting Women's Studies, 1650-1850 https://sites.google.com/a/georgiasouthern.edu/nonconformist-women-writers-1650-1850/dissenting-women-printers-booksellers-1650-1825/angus-mary-c-1750-1821; ESTC T40511",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,21891,"A garland of new songs, containing, 1. The blue bell of Scotland 2. She lives in the valley below 3. Hal the Woodman 4. Sandy and Jenny 5. Poor Dick Meadows 6. Gally Slave.",Anonymous,,,no,"Newcastle upon Tyne",GB,54.9732800,-1.6139600,1785,Duodecimo,,,,1,,"Nonconformist and Dissenting Women's Studies, 1650-1850 https://sites.google.com/a/georgiasouthern.edu/nonconformist-women-writers-1650-1850/dissenting-women-printers-booksellers-1650-1825/angus-mary-c-1750-1821; ECCO CW0110573714; ESTC T40478",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15118,"A new book for the improvement of young gentlemen and ladies. Filial duty, recommended and enforc'd, by a variety of instructive and entertaining stories, of children who have been remarkable for affection to their parents; also an account of some striking instances of Children, who have behaved in an undutiful, and unnatural manner to their parents. The whole founded on historical facts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church Yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1785,Duodecimo,,,,1,"viii, 164","ESTC T113312; ECCO CW0116097840",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15023,"A new history of the Holy Bible ; containing everything memorable in the Old and New Testament, as well as the Apocrypha. The Whole related in a regular and connected Manner; interspersed with many suitable and instructive Reflections, tending to illustrate the Holy Scripture, and to render it more plain and easy to the Young and Uninstructed, as well as those of a more advanced Age. By a clergyman of the Church of England.","By a clergyman of the Church of England.",,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1785,Unknown,,,,,"[8],263,[9]p.,plates ; 12⁰.","ESTC T123845",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2740,"Adelaide and Theodore; or, letters on education: containing All the Principles relative to three different Plans of Education; to that of Princes, and to those of young Persons of both Sexes. Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis. ...","Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis",,"printed for Luke White, No. 86, Dame-Street",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1785,Duodecimo,,,"2 Irish",3,,"ESTC T153143; The English Novel 1770-1829 1783: 9",,,,,Fiction,"EM 7868: 8; ESTC t153143" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15064,"Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. Calculated not only for the instruction of every newmade mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. Containing, I. A circumstantial account of all the proceedings in making a mason, with the several obligations of an entered apprentice, fellow-craft, and master; the prayers, and also the sign, grip, and password of each degree, with the ceremony of the mop and pail. II. The manner of opening a lodge, and setting the craft to work. ... VII. A safe and easy method proposed, by which a man may obtain admittance into any lodge, without passing through the form required, and thereby save a guinea or two in his pocket. VIII. Anthems, odes, songs, &c. illustrated with a beautiful frontispiece of the regalia, jewels, and emblematical ornaments belonging to masonry, and an accurate plan of the drawing on the floor of a lodge. Interspersed with variety of notes and remarks, necessary to explain and sender the whole clear to the meanest capacity. To which is now added, a new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution, and days of meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet-street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate-street.",Anonymous,,"Printed for W. Nicoll, at No. 51, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and E. Newbery, the Corner of Ludgate-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1785,Unknown,,,"A new edition, greatly enlarged and improved.",,"vi,50,10p.,plate ; 8⁰.","ESTC T192916; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?vid=xS9cAAAAQAAJ&redir_esc=y",,,,,"Political Writing", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12855,"Robin Goodfellow; A Fairy Tale. Written by a fairy. For the amusement of all the pretty little faies and fairies in Great Britain and Ireland.","Written by a fairy.","Robin Goodfellow","Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1785,Unknown,,,,1,62,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J320(4); ESTC N48862",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14789,"The adventures of Master Headstrong, and Miss Patient, in their journey towards the land of happiness. ...",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1785,Trigesimo-secundo,,,,1,94,"ESTC N29522",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,21893,"The Bristol tragedy; or the cruel father.",Anonymous,,,no,"Newcastle upon Tyne",GB,54.9732800,-1.6139600,1785,Duodecimo,,,,1,8,"Nonconformist and Dissenting Women's Studies, 1650-1850 https://sites.google.com/a/georgiasouthern.edu/nonconformist-women-writers-1650-1850/dissenting-women-printers-booksellers-1650-1825/angus-mary-c-1750-1821; ESTC T29677; ECCO CW0114730875",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8092,"The false friends. A novel. In a series of letters. By the author of The Ring. In two volumes.","By the author of The Ring",,"Printed for J. Barker, near the Pit-Door, in Russell-Court, Drury Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1785,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I iv, 262; II 274","The English Novel 1770-1829 1785: 7; ESTC N8325",,5,,,"Fiction Novel","MH-H *EC75.A100.785f2; ESTC n008325" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Editor,3351,"The first number of a translation from the Italian of the Morals of Horace, with notes from the principal Greek and Latin historians and poets. By Mrs. Elizabeth Grattan.","By Mrs. Elizabeth Grattan.",,"printed for the editor by D. Graisberry, no. 10, Back-Lane",yes,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1785,Quarto,,,,1,20,"ESTC T117850; ECCO CW120168194; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/810503655",,,,,Essays, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13367,"The footstep to Mrs. Trimmer's Sacred history, for the instruction and amusement of little children.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by John Marshall and Co., at No. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard, in Bow Lane.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1785,Duodecimo,15,10,,1,117,"British Library 843.g.32.(1.)",0,0,0.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 843.g.32.(1.)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5555,"The history of Sir Charles Bentick, bart. and Louisa Cavendish. A novel. In three volumes. By the Author of Laura and Augustus. Volume I.","By the Author of Laura and Augustus.",,"Printed for T. Hookham, New-Bond Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1785,Duodecimo,,,,3,,"ESTC N53305",,,,,"Fiction Novel", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12775,"A New History of the Grecian States, from their Earliest Period to their Extinction by the Ottomans. Designed for the use of young ladies and gentlemen.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Duodecimo,13,8,,1,132,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J261(1); British Library 9025.aa.8.; ESTC T110850",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 9025.aa.8.; Weedon; Opie; Quayle; Grant" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5566,"Advice from a lady of quality, to her children; in the last stage of a lingering illness. Translated from the French, by S. Glasse, D. D. F. R. S. Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty. The fourth edition.","From a lady of quality",,"Printed by R. Raikes; and sold by J.F. and C. Rivington, No. 62, St. Paul's Church-Yard; T. Cadell, and H. Gardner, Strand; and J. Walter, Charing-Cross, London",no,,,,,1786,Octavo,,,"The fourth edition.",1,"[2], xvi, 245, [1]","ESTC T96421; ECCO CW117499861",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,6697,"Advice to a young rider, or travelling tradesman; in a letter from a mother to her son.",Anonymous,,"printed by W. Eyres, for J. Johnson, London",no,Warrington,GB,53.3925400,-2.5802400,1786,Octavo,,,,1,"35, [1]","ESTC T163571",,,,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11748,"Airs, Duetts, Trios, and Chorusses, in the comic opera called the Peruvian. Performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden.","A lady",,Bell,no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Octavo,21,11,,1,24,"Jackson Bibliography 23627; British Library 643.e.15.(3.)",,,,,Music,"BL 643.e.15.(3.)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13729,"Albina, a Novel. In a series of Letters.",,,"Printed by Mary Graisberry, For Messrs. Moncrieffe, Gilbert, Whit, H. Whitestone, Cash, Byrne, C. Lewis, C. Brown, McKenzie, and Halpin",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1786,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,236,"Houghton Library 2018-1224",,,,,"Fiction Novel","Houghton 2018-1224" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8102,"Arpasia; or the wanderer. A novel. By the author of The Nabob. In three volumes.","By the author of The Nabob.",,"printed for William Lane, Leadenhall-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Duodecimo,,,,1,"I 216; II 216; III 232","The English Novel 1770-1829 1786: 4; British Library 1153.g.24.",,7,6.0,,"Fiction Novel","O Vet.A5e.475-477; ESTC n029923 (NA CtY-BR, OU, PU &c.); BL 1153.g.24." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8103,"Arpasia; or the wanderer. A novel. By the author of The Nabob. In two volumes.","By the author of The Nabob.",,"printed by J. Moore Davis, for Messrs. Colles, Moncrieffe, White, Byrne, Cash [and 4 others in Dublin]",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1786,Duodecimo,,,Irish,1,"I 283; II 308","The English Novel 1770-1829 1786: 4; British Library 1484.ee.6.",,,,,"Fiction Novel","EM 2115: 26; ESTC t100472; BL 1484.ee.6." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15034,"Jachin and Boaz; or, an authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. ... To which is now added, A new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges ... By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; ...","By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge",,"Printed for W. Nicoll; and E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Unknown,,,"A new edition, greatly enlarged and improved.",,"iv,[2],50,12p.,plate : ill. ; 8⁰.","ESTC T130392; ECCO CW0102336730",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8015,"Nancy-Cock's pretty song book, for all little masters & misses ... By Nurse Dandlim.","By Nurse Dandlim.","Nurse Dandlim","printed by you know who, in Sugar-Island",no,Newry,GB,54.1784100,-6.3373900,1786,Trigesimo-secundo,8,,,1,31,"ESTC N42034",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodleian Douce adds. 6 (1) Weston Stack Post-1701 Weston 603377734" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12801,"Paths of Virtue, Exemplified in the Lives of Eminent Men and Women.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J277(2)",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14785,"The adventures of a silver penny. Including many secret anecdotes of little misses and masters both good and naughty. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the Corner of St. Paul’s Church Yard, [1786]",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,,,,,1,"126, [2] p. : ill. ; 16⁰.","ESTC T138445; ECCO CW0113415407",,,6.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12026,"The Amusing Instructor: or, Tales and Fables in Prose and Verse, for the Improvement of Youth.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Duodecimo,13,8,,1,198,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J12 (2)",,2,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5533,"The beauties of Mrs. Siddons: or, a review of her performance of the characters of Belvidera, Zara, Isabella, Margaret of Anjou, Jane Shore,-And Lady Randolph; in letters from a lady of distinction, to her Friend in the Country.","from a lady of distinction",,"printed for John Strahan, No. 67, Strand",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Octavo,,,,1,"vii, [3], 65, [1]","ESTC T53283; ECCO CW111150995",,,,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12183,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume I. Containing a Description of Tower of London, Monument, London Bridge, Custom House, Royal Exchange, Bethlem Hospital, St Luke's Hospital, The Magdalen House, Gresham College, Sion College, The South Sea House.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Unknown,10,7,,1,126,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (3); ESTC T105070",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Roscoe; V&A" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12188,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume II. Containing a Description of Guildhall, Guildhall Chapel, The Bank of England, St Thomas's Hospital, The Mansion House, Foundling Hospital, The East India House, St Stephen's Walbrook, St Mary le Bow, Bridewell Hospital, Christ's Hospital, and London Stone.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Unknown,10,6,,1,127,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (4); ESTC T220481",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","LGL; LUL; Weedon; SomCL; Welch" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12537,"The History of a Little Boy Found under a Haycock, continued from the first part, given in the Royal Alphabet; or, Child's Best Instructor.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Unknown,10,7,,1,31,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J163(2)",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bell; Welch" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12540,"The History of Little King Pippin; with an Account of the Melancholy Death of Four Naughty Boys, who were Devoured by Wild Beasts. And the Wonderful Delivery of Master Harry Harmless, by a Little White Horse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Unknown,,,,1,62,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J168(4)",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Opie 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12632,"The History of Tommy Titmouse, a Little Boy, who became a great man by minding his learning, doing as he was bid, and being good-natured and obliging to every body. Together with the adventures of the old man of the woods, and other stories equally pleasing and instructive. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Unknown,10,6,,1,56,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J177(1A); ECCO CB3329738324; ESTC T165724",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",CUL 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15124,"The holiday spy; being the observations of Little Tommy Thoughtful, on the different tempers, genius, and manners, of the young masters and misses in the several families which he visited, ... To be continued occasionally for the entertainment of his school fellows.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Vicesimo-quarto,,,,,31,"ESTC N7233",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12740,"The Little Moralists; or, the History of Amintor and Florella, The Pretty Little Shepherd and Shepherdess of the Vale of Evesham. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Unknown,10,6,,1,96,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J224(1); ESTC N62444",,,3.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; Ball" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15134,"The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq.",Anonymous,,"Printed for C. Bathurst, J. Buckland, J. Rivington and Sons, W. Owen, R. Horsfield , B. White and son, T. Longman, B. Law, C. Rivington, J. Dodsley, H. Baldwinm G.G.J. and J. Robinson, C. Dilly, T. Cadell, J. Nichols, R. Baldwin, W. Goldsmith, J. Johnson, W. Flexney, W. Nicoll, G. Burnett, C.D. Piguenitt, G. and T. Wilxie, W. Fox, M. Say, and E. Newbery.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Octavo,,,,,6v,"ESTC T98535; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=A40XAAAAYAAJ&redir_esc=y&hl=en",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12836,"The Puzzling Cap: A Choice Collection of Riddles, in familiar verse; with a curious cut to each.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J312(2); ESTC N19773",,,3.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12867,"The sister's gift, or the naughty boy reformed. Published for the advantage of the rising generation.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1786,Vicesimo-quarto,,,,1,31,"ESTC N36425; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J335(3)",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,4885,"An oration on the virtues of the old women, and the pride of the young. With a direction for young men what sort of women to take, and for women what sort of men to marry. Dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray Clnker [sic], the clashing wives clerk.","Dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray Clnker [sic], the clashing wives clerk.","Janet Clinker; Humphray Clnker","Printed for the Elying-Stationers",no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1787,Duodecimo,,,,1,8,"ESTC T222481",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8106,"Blenheim Lodge, a novel. In two volumes.",Anonymous,,"printed by John Rea, for Messrs. Wogan, Byrne, Colbest, Halpen, and Dornin",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1787,Duodecimo,,,Irish,2,,"The English Novel 1770-1829 1787: 2",,,,,"Fiction Novel","ESTC t200743" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8105,"Blenheim Lodge, a novel. In two volumes.",Anonymous,,"printed for W. Lane, Leadenhall Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Duodecimo,,,,1,,"The English Novel 1770-1829 1787: 2; ECCO CW110280703",,5,,,"Fiction Novel","O 256.e.14406, 14407; EM 1590: 3; ESTC n015184 (NA MH-H [vol. 2 pp. 71-72 mutilated], NjP)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12922,"Moral Lectures, on the Following Subjects. Pride, Envy, Avarice, Anger, Hypocrisy, Charity, Generosity, Compassion, Ill-Humour, Good-Humour, Affectation, Truth, Falshood, Education, Industry, Wisdom, Indolence, Application, Beauty, Advice, Company, Splendor, Happiness, Friendship, Mankind, Credulity, Contempt, Modesty. By Solomon Winlove, Esq; Embellished with twenty-eight curious cuts.","By Solomon Winlove, Esq","Solomon Winlove","Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Sextodecimo,,,,1,"iv, 120","ESTC N61118; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J382(4A)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",Oppenheimer 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14786,"The adventures of a silver penny. Including many secret anecdotes of little misses and masters both good and naughty. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, [1787]",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,,,,,1,"126p. : ill. ; 16⁰.","ESTC T138446",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15021,"The adventures of a silver penny. Including many secret anecdotes of little misses and masters both good and naughty. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Unknown,,,,,"126p. : ill. ; 16⁰.","ESTC N60107",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12085,"The Brother's Gift; or The Naughty Girl Reformed. Published for the Advantage of the Rising Generation.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Unknown,,,,1,29,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J44 (4)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",Platt 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15073,"The first book for children. Being an attempt to make the art of reading English both easy and pleasant; by adapting the matter and manner of expression to the capacities of young chldren. ...",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Unknown,,,"The thirteenth edition, improved.",,"120p. : ill. ; 12⁰.","ESTC N7190",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12426,"The Flights of a Lady-Bird.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Unknown,,,,1,"61,[3]p.","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J136(2); ESTC N28547",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Welsh 251; Ball" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15123,"The History of little King Pippin, with an account of the melancholy death of four naughty boys, who were devoured by wild beasts. And the wonderful delivery of Master Harry Harmless, by a Little White Horse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Unknown,,,,,"63,[1]p. : ill ; 16⁰.","ESTC N66557; ECCO CB0127503260",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5602,"The life of the Count Cagliostro; containing An authentic Relation of the uncommon Incidents that befel him during his Residence in England in the Years 1776 and 1777. His Arrival in France; his Commitment to the Bastile-His Trial, Acquittal, and Banishment. His Return to England in 1786; particular Anecdotes of him till 1787: and, lastly, a Detail of the Circumstances which occassioned his Departure for Switzerland. Dedicated to Madame la comtesse de cagliostro.","Dedication signed: Lucia",Lucia,"Printed for the author; and sold by T. Hookham, Bondstreet; and may be had of all the booksellers in England",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Octavo,,,,1,"viii,xxxii,127,[1]","ESTC T7242; ECCO CW3300116873",,3,6.0,,Unknown, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12750,"The Lives of the British Admirals. Displaying, in the most striking colours, the conduct and heroism of the naval commanders of Great Britain & Ireland. Whose intrepidity has convinced the world, that Britannia is the Sovereign of the Ocean. Intended not only to Instruct and Entertain, but also to animate the Youth of this Country with a becoming Ardour, to imitate the glorious Actions of these Heroes, if their Duty should hereafter call them forth in the Defence of their Country.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Octodecimo,12,7,,2,"179; 175","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J230(3); British Library 10815.aa.11.; ESTC T109850",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; BL 10815.aa.11.; SomCL; CLU-C" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,12045,"The Mountain Piper; or, The History of Edgar and Matilda. To which is added, A Journey to London, a Moral Tale. Embellished with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Unknown,10,6,,1,96,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J26 (1); British Library C.40.a.66.; ESTC T300807",,,3.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12045,"The Mountain Piper; or, The History of Edgar and Matilda. To which is added, A Journey to London, a Moral Tale. Embellished with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Unknown,10,6,,1,96,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J26 (1); British Library C.40.a.66.; ESTC T300807",,,3.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11653,"The Tears of Britannia; Occasioned by the Late Indisposition of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. A Poem, Humbly Inscribed to His Royal Highness","By a lady",,"T. Becket",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Quarto,27,21,,1,16,"Jackson Bibliography 13408; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/78402832",,1,,,Poetry,"Houghton *EC75.A100.787t" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Editor,2743,"The theatre of education. A new translation from the French of Madame La Marquise de Sillery, late Madame La Comtesse de Genlis.",Anonymous,,"printed for J. Walter at Charing Cross",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Duodecimo,18,,,4,"I x, 259; II 248; III 237; IV iii, 225","ESTC T144631; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008671790; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/457723084",,,,,Drama, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2743,"The theatre of education. A new translation from the French of Madame La Marquise de Sillery, late Madame La Comtesse de Genlis.",Anonymous,,"printed for J. Walter at Charing Cross",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Duodecimo,18,,,4,"I x, 259; II 248; III 237; IV iii, 225","ESTC T144631; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008671790; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/457723084",,,,,Drama, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15060,"The toy-shop; or, sentimental preceptor. Containing some choice trifles, for the instruction and amusement of every little miss and master. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1787,Unknown,,,,,"127,[1]p. : ill. ; 16⁰.","ESTC N67879",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2651,"Adelaide and Theodore; or, letters on education: containing all the principles relative to three different plans of education; to that of princes, and to those of young persons of both sexes. Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis. The third edition, carefully corrected and amended.","Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis.",,"printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Duodecimo,18,,"The third edition, carefully corrected and amended.",3,"I 311 ; II 295 ; III 292","ESTC T153144; The English Novel 1770-1829 1783: 9; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/011926617; Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1454594",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Gumuchian, 2698." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8111,"Agitation: or memoirs of George Woodford and Lady Emma Melvill. A novel. Dedicated (by permission) to the Honourable Mrs. Lionel Damer. By the author of The Ring and The False Friends. In three volumes.","By the author of The Ring, and the False Friends",,"printed for J. Barker, Russell Court, Drury Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I ii, 220; II 215; III 217","The English Novel 1770-1829 1788: 3; ESTC N29535",,7,6.0,,"Fiction Novel","CU-BANC PR3291.A2A4; ESTC n029535 (EA Ps [vols. 1-2 only])" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8112,"Agitation: or, memoirs of George Woodford and Lady Emma Melvill. In three volumes. Dedicated (by permission) to the Honourable Mrs. Lionel Damer. By the author of The ring, and The false friends. A new edition.","By the author of The Ring and The False Friends",,"Printed for J. Barker, Russell Court, Drury Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Duodecimo,,,"A new edition.",3,"I ii, 220, [4]; II 215,[4]; III 217, [3]","The English Novel 1770-1829 1788: 3; ESTC N33432; ECCO CW0101148724; ECCO CW0101148945; ECCO CW0101149161",,,,,"Fiction Novel","EM 4239: 3; ESTC n033432" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,4923,"An oration on the virtues of the old woman, and the pride of the young; with a direction for young men what sort of women to take, and for women what sort of men to marry. Dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray Clinker, the clashing wives Clerk.","Dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray Clinker, the clashing wives Clerk.","Janet Clinker; Humphray Clinker","printed for the Company of Flying Stationers, in town and country",no,Glasgow,GB,55.8651500,-4.2576300,1788,Sextodecimo,,,,1,8,"ESTC T43339",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8115,"Death's Friend, a novel. By the author of The Bastard, &c. &c.","By the author of The Bastard, &c. &c.",,"At the Mary-le-bone printing office, by J.P. Cooke, And sold by J Bew, Pater-noster-Row; T. Hookham, New Bond-street; and T. & J. Egerton, Charing-Cross",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Duodecimo,,,,1,,"The English Novel 1770-1829 1788: 11; ECCO CW109661636",,4,,,"Fiction Novel","BL 12612.aa.15; EM 167: 1; ESTC t074653 (BI C; NA PU)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12782,"Newbery's Familiar Letter Writer: Containing a Variety of Useful Letters, Calculated for the Most Common Occurrences, and Adapted to the Capacities of Young People, From an early age to the time of their engaging in the most material concerns of life.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Octodecimo,13,8,,1,"iv, 204","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J264(1); British Library Ch.780/130; ESTC T208057",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch.780/130; Bodley; Oup; BCE" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12788,"Newbery's New Spelling Dictionary of the English Language. Wherein all the words are properly accented, shewing how to write and pronounce them with ease and propriety. To which is prefixed, A new and concise Introduction to English Grammar.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Trigesimo-secundo,10,6,,1,"vi, 24","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J265(1); British Library 12984.a.59.; ESTC N5180",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 12984.a.59.; UCLA; ICU-J; Muirhead, cat. 23 item 136" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12190,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume II. Containing a Description of Guildhall, Guildhall Chapel, The Bank of England, St Thomas's Hospital, The Mansion House, Foundling Hospital, The East India House, St Stephen's Walbrook, St Mary le Bow, Bridewell Hospital, Christ's Hospital, and London Stone.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Unknown,,,,1,127,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (4B)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12189,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume IV. Containing a Description of Westminster-Abbey, Westminster-Bridge, Westminster-Hall, House of Lords, House of Commons, Buckingham House, or the Queen's Palace, Banquetting House, Horse Guards, Admiralty Office.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Unknown,,,,1,125,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (4A); ESTC T220480",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","NNC-T (Darton Coll.); Schiller (1970)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12533,"The Hermit of the Forest, and the Wandering Infants. A rural fragment. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J161(1)",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Sotheby, 5-6 Feb. 1945 (the Bussell sale), lot 135" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12592,"The History of Tommy Careless; or, The Misfortunes of a Week. Adorned with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Sextodecimo,,,,1,31,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J176(1); ESTC N39658",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","MWA; Roscoe" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12879,"The hobby-horse, or Christmas companion: containing among other interesting particulars, the song of a cock and a bull, a Canterbury story, and a tale of a tub. Faithfully copied from the original manuscript, in the Vatican library. By Toby Ticklepitcher. Embellished with elegant cuts.","By Toby Ticklepitcher.","Toby Ticklepitcher","Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Unknown,10,7,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J354(4)",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Hannas 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12100,"The Prettiest Book for Children; Being the History of the Enchanted Castle; situated in one of the Fortunate Isles, and goverend by the Giant Instruction. Written ... by Don Stephano Bunyano ...",Anonymous,"Don Stephano Bunyano",,no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Sextodecimo,,,,1,122,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J48 (3); ESTC N38939",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12873,"The Sugar Plumb; or sweet amusement for leisure hours: being an entertaining and instructive collection of stories. Embellished with curious cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Sextodecimo,10,7,,1,122,"ESTC T118639; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J345(3)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; Ball; MSaE; MWA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12882,"The toy-shop; or, sentimental preceptor. Containing some choice trifles, for the instruction and amusement of every little miss and master. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Sextodecimo,11,7,,1,127,"ESTC N46598; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J357(2); British Library C.194.a.1194",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL C.194.a.1194" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15020,"The toy-shop; or, sentimental preceptor. Containing some choice trifles, for the instruction and amusement of every little miss and master. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard. By E. Rider, Little-Britain",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1788,Unknown,,,,,"127,[1]p. : ill. ; 16⁰.","ESTC N47808",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12029,"Anecdotes of a Little Family, Interspersed with Fables, Stories, and Allegories, Embellished with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1789,Duodecimo,12,8,,1,170,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J14 (2); British Library 1208.a.27.",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","Welch; Roscoe; BL 1208.a.27." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10863,"Fables calculated for the amusement and instruction of youth: originally dedicated to a young prince, for whose improvement they were written. Taken from the French.","Taken from the French.",,"Printed and sold for the Translator, by J. Poole; sold also by Scatcherd and Whitaker, Ave-Maria Lane, and R.V. Brooke, Cheapside; A. Small; M. Luckman, and by other booksellers",no,Taunton,GB,51.0149400,-3.1029300,1789,Octavo,20,13,,1,"x, 162","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1869253; British Library 12304.ee.16.; ECCO CW124548210",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Gumuchian 2451.; BM 70:196; BL 12304.ee.16." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,10863,"Fables calculated for the amusement and instruction of youth: originally dedicated to a young prince, for whose improvement they were written. Taken from the French.","Taken from the French.",,"Printed and sold for the Translator, by J. Poole; sold also by Scatcherd and Whitaker, Ave-Maria Lane, and R.V. Brooke, Cheapside; A. Small; M. Luckman, and by other booksellers",no,Taunton,GB,51.0149400,-3.1029300,1789,Octavo,20,13,,1,"x, 162","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1869253; British Library 12304.ee.16.; ECCO CW124548210",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Gumuchian 2451.; BM 70:196; BL 12304.ee.16." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9754,"Reliques of Irish Poetry: Consisting of Heroic Poems, Odes, Elegies, and Songs, Translated into English Verse: With Notes Explanatory and Historical; and the Originals in the Irish Character. To Which is Subjoined an Irish Tale. By Miss Brooke.","[Translated into English Verse . . .] By Miss Brooke",,"George Bonham, Printer, South Great George's-Street, Dublin.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1789,Quarto,27,22,,1,"xxviii, 369","Jackson Bibliography 13761; ECCO CW112455905",,16,,,Poetry,"BL 841.m.27" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12054,"The Blossoms of Morality. Intended for the Amusement & Instruction of Young Ladies & Gentlemen. By the editor of The Looking-Glass for the Mind.","By the editor of The Looking-Glass for the Mind.",,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1789,Unknown,17,10,,1,212,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J39 (1); British Library Ch.780/42.; ESTC T133462",,2,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch.780/42.; Bell; BmPL; Grant; Sotheby 5.2.1945, lot 74" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12585,"The Interesting and Affecting History of Prince Lee Boo, A Native of the Pelew Islands, Brought to England by Capt. Wilson. To which is prefixed, A Short Account of Those Islands, with a sketch of the manners and customs of the Inhabitants.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the Corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1789,Duodecimo,13,8,,1,"viii, 178","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J170(1); British Library C.129.a.13.; ESTC T106386",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL C.129.a.13.; CUL; Oup; Bath; BmPL; Hannas; Opie; Traylen; Pollard; Osborne cat. p. 166; UCLA; MiDW; Welch; Gardner; Schiller cat. 26 item 1877" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8125,"The Modern Husband, a novel, in a series of letters. By the author of Lucinda Osborn.","By the author of Lucinda Osborn",,"printed for and sold by J. P. Bateman, No. 21, Devonshire-street; Queen Square; T. Hookham, New-Bond-street; and J. Bew, Pater-noster Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1789,Duodecimo,,,,2,,"The English Novel 1770-1829 1789: 19",,5,,,"Fiction Novel","No copy located" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,7627,"The predestined wife; or, force of prejudice; a novel. In a series of letters. By the author of Edward and Sophia, Powis Castle, and Eliza Cleland. In two volumes. ...","By the author of the Edward and Sophia, Powis Castle, and Eliza Cleland",,"printed for J. Kerby",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1789,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I iv, 236; II 233","ESTC N20400; The English Novel 1770-1829 1789: 22",,5,,,"Fiction Novel","PU Singer-Mend.PR.3991.A7.E436.1789; ESTC n020400" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12837,"The Puzzling Cap: A Choice Collection of Riddles, in familiar verse; with a curious cut to each.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1789,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J312(3)",,,3.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Welsh 297" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13351,"The songster's companion: a select collection of more than two hundredsongs, including the modern. To which is added, a selection of toasts and sentiments. The third edition, enlarged and improved.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by M. Luckman: Sold also by R. V. Brooke, Champante and Whitrow; Wilkinson and Mountford, and P. Oriel, Jun. Stationers, in London",no,Coventry,GB,52.4065600,-1.5121700,1789,Octavo,10,6,3,1,"vi, 232","British Library 1568/6909.",,1,,,Music,"BL 1568/6909." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12935,"Youthful recreations, containing many amusements of a day, as spent by Master Freelove and his companions. Interspersed with stories, suitable observations, verses, and other matters of instruction and entertainment.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1789,Sextodecimo,11,7,,1,128,"ESTC T95936; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J397(1)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; Ball" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12876,"A bag of nuts ready cracked, or, instructive fables, ... By the celebrated and facetious Thomas Thumb, Esq. The eighth edition.","By the celebrated and facetious Thomas Thumb, Esq.","Thomas Thumb","Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Vicesimo-quarto,10,,"The eighth edition.",1,95,"ESTC N32007; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J353(9)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","OOxM; MWA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12877,"A bag of nuts ready cracked, or, instructive fables, ingenious riddles, and merry conundrums. By the celebrated and facetious Thomas Thumb, Esq. Published for the benefit of all little masters and misses who love reading as well as playing. The ninth edition.","By the celebrated and facetious Thomas Thumb, Esq.","Thomas Thumb","Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard; by J. Crowder, Warwick-Square",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Vicesimo-quarto,,,"The ninth edition.",1,95,"ESTC N32008; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J353(10)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",Welch 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,4527,"A most eloquent and panegyrical petition to the Prime Minister; by Harriet Air-Brain. Dedicated to Peter Pindar, Esq.","by Harriet Air-Brain","Harriet Air-Brain","Printed for the Author",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Quarto,25,19,,1,"iv, 19","ESTC T176054; Jackson Bibliography 23323",,2,,,Poetry,"Bodley G. Pamph. 1712 (17)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9956,"A pleasant and delightful history of Thomas Hickathrift.",Anonymous,,"Printed by Ann Dunn, Market-Place",no,Whitehaven,GB,54.5489700,-3.5841200,1790,Unknown,17,,,1,19,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1506204",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8113,"Agitation: or memoirs of George Woodford and Lady Emma Melvill. A novel. Dedicated (by permission) to the Honourable Mrs. Lionel Damer. By the author of The Ring and The False Friends. In three volumes.","By the author of The Ring and The False Friends.",,,no,,,,,1790,Unknown,,,,1,,"The English Novel 1770-1829 1788: 3",,,,,"Fiction Novel","xESTC; WC" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14783,"An Account of cook’s rheumatic powder; A medicine of singular efficacy in the cure of rheumatisms, both chronic and acute, as well as many other complaints of an obstinate nature: such as inveterate scurvies, leprosies, white swellings, worm cases, &c. &c. to which is annexed, alist of more than four hundred remarkable cures. The medicine is sold, by appointment of the proprietor, at E. Newbery’s, the corner of St. Paul’s Church-Yard, and no where else in London, price 5s. each packet, containing 14 doses, stamp included.",Anonymous,,"Printed for the proprietor, [1790?]",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,,,,,,"[2],54p. ; 8⁰.","ESTC T229410; ECCO CB0126963831",,1,,,"Science/Natural History/Medicine", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,4943,"An oration on the virtues of the old women, and the pride of the young; with a direction for young men what sort of women to take, and for women what sort of men to marry dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray [sic] Clinker, the clashing wives clerk.","dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray [sic] Clinker, the clashing wives clerk.","Janet Clinker; Humphray Clinker","Printed for the Company of Flying Stationers",no,Paisley,GB,55.8317300,-4.4325400,1790,Octavo,,,,1,8,"ESTC T180842",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12028,"Anecdotes of a Little Family, Interspersed with Fables, Stories, and Allegories, illustrated with Suitable Morals for Children of different Ages, and both Sexes, Embellished with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Duodecimo,12,8,,1,170,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J14 (1); ECCO CW3311212026; ESTC T88376",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; V&A; Ball." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12122,"Choice Scraps, Historical and Biographical, Consisting of Pleasing Stories and Diverting Anecdotes, Most of them short to prevent their being tiresome. Comprehending much useful information and innocent amusement. For young minds. Embellished with copper-plate cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Unknown,11,7,,1,178,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J55 (2); ESTC N44161",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; Grant" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12121,"Choice Scraps, Historical and Biographical, Consisting of Pleasing Stories and Diverting Anecdotes, Most of them short to prevent their being tiresome. Comprehending much useful information and innocent amusement. For young minds. Embellished with copper-plate cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newfery, at the Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Unknown,11,8,,1,142,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J55 (1); British Library 012305.i.56.; ESTC T85543",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 012305.i.56.; Osborne, cat. pp. 166 and 278; Ball." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15017,"Jachin and Boaz; or, an authentic key to the door of Free-masonry, ... Calculated not only for the instruction of every new-made mason; but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. ... To which is now added, a new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, ... By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem lodge; ...","By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem lodge",,"printed for W. Nicoll; and E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Unknown,,,"A new edition, greatly enlarged and improved.",,"vi,50,12p.,plate : ill. ; 8⁰.","ESTC T105334",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12770,"Moral Sketches for Young Minds.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Unknown,11,8,,1,"iv, 176","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J247(1); British Library Ch.790/28.; ESTC N5666",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch.790/28.; V&A; Weedon; Osborne; MSaE; Melbourne; Grant; Oppenheimer" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15092,"The brother's gift, or the naughty girl reformed. Published for the advantage of the rising generation.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Unknown,,,"New edition.",,"29,[3]p. : ill. ; 32⁰.","ESTC N53814",,,,,Education, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14935,"The ladies most elegant and convenient pocket book, for the year 1790. Being the Second after Leap Year. Embellished with the fashionable Dresses of the Year 1789, and a beautiful View of the Front of Carlton-House. Containing, Amongst a great Variety of useful, ornamental, and instructive Articles, the following: The necessary Pages for Engagements, Memorandums, and Expences, ruled in a more plain and familiar Manner than any yet adapted for the Use of the Ladies; Tables of all the moveable and immoveable Feasts, Fasts, and Holidays in the Year; Days and Hours for buying, accepting, or transferring Stock, and receiving Dividends; Holidays at the Public Offices; Royal Family of Great Britain; Regal Table; Sovereigns of Europe's Birth Days; Perpetual Diary; Interest Table; Essay on Ceremony; Reflexions on Forethought; on the Advantage of Society; A Lady's Choice in Matrimony; Ode to Sleep; A Nuptual Card; On a Watch; Receipts in Cosmetics and Medicine; The favourite Songs and Country Dances for the Year; New Rates of Coachmen and Watermen; with several useful Particulars, necessary Marketing Tables, &c. Compiled at the Request of several Ladies of Quality.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery, the Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard, Ludgate-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Unknown,,,,,"144,[12]p. ; 12⁰.","ESTC T207762; ECCO CW0106340299",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10858,"The pleasing, interesting and affecting history of Prince Lee Boo: with an account of the Pelew Islands and the manners and customs of the inhabitants: adorned with eight cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for, and sold by W. Rusher; and by M. Luckman",no,Banbury,GB,52.0602000,-1.3402900,1790,Trigesimo-secundo,11,,,1,112,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1515810; ESTC N38814",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12105,"The Prettiest Book for Children; Being the History of the Enchanted Castle; Situated in one of the fortunate isles, and governed by the giant instruction. Written ... By Don Stephano Bunyano ...",Anonymous,"Don Stephano Bunyano","Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Sextodecimo,11,7,,1,122,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J48: 5, 6, 7, 8; NSTC N38937; ESTC N38937",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12101,"The Prettiest Book for Children; Being the History of the Enchanted Castle; Situated in one of the fortunate isles, and governed by the giant instruction. Written for the entertainment of little masters and misses. By Don Stephano Bunyano. Under-secretary to the aforesaid giant.",Anonymous,"Don Stephano Bunyano","Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Vicesimo-quarto,,,,1,122,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J48 (4); NSTC N38938; ESTC N38938",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12884,"The toy-shop; or, sentimental preceptor. Containing some choice trifles, for the instruction and amusement of every little miss and master. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Vicesimo-quarto,,,,1,127,"ESTC N36167; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J357(5)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12883,"The toy-shop; or, sentimental preceptor. Containing some choice trifles, for the instruction and amusement of every little miss and master. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Vicesimo-quarto,,,,1,127,"ESTC N47807; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J357(4)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bell; UCLA: Welch; Roscoe; McKell" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8016,"The Whitsuntide present for little masters and misses or, the history of Master George and Miss Charlotte Goodchild. To which are added rules for behaviour, and the reward of virtue, an instructive story. By your old friend Nurse Allgood.","By your old friend Nurse Allgood.","Nurse Allgood","printed and sold by John Marshall",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Sextodecimo,,,,1,30,"ESTC T155485",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Compiler,15838,"The Young Lady's Parental Monitor: Containing, I. Dr. Gregory's ""Father's Legacy to his Daughters."" II. Lady Pennington's ""Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Absent Daughters."" III. Marchioness de Lambert's ""Advice of a Mother to her Daughter.""","Containing, I. Dr. Gregory's ""Father's Legacy to his Daughters."" II. Lady Pennington's ""Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Absent Daughters."" III. Marchioness de Lambert's ""Advice of a Mother to her Daughter.""",,"Printed for Joseph Wenman, No. 144, Fleet-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Duodecimo,,,,1,"vii, 163","British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:Available_online:BLL01017069416; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Young_Lady_s_Parental_Monitor_Contai/QS1cAAAAcAAJ",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 8403.aa.20." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12931,"The youthful jester; or, Repository of wit and innocent amusement. Containing moral and humorous tales; merry jests, laughable anecdotes, and smart repartees. The whole being as innocent as it is entertaining. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1790,Sextodecimo,11,7,,1,120,"ESTC N60681; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J395(1)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne cat. p. 271; Ball" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,11136,"A rational and moral game, or, A method to accustom young people to reflect on the most essential truths of morality and reason on the remarkable events of history, by questioning them on what they would have said or done, had they been in the circumstances of the person mentioned; or, the reason why they approve or disapprove of a maxim or action proposed by the instructor. Translated from the French of the Abbé Gaultier.","Translated from the French of the Abbé Gaultier.",,"Sold by P. Elmsley in the Strand, and Mrs. Harlow, St. James's Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1791,Octavo,19,11,,1,"16, 46, 24","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u326589; British Library 8405.gg.11.",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 8405.gg.11." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8156,"Georgina Harcourt, a novel.",Anonymous,,"printed for H. D. Symonds, Paternoster-row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1791,Duodecimo,,,,1,,"The English Novel 1770-1829 1791: 13",,5,,,"Fiction Novel","No copy located" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12137,"The Cries of London, as they are daily exhibited in the streets; with an epigram in verse, adapted to each. Embellished with sixty-two elegant cuts. To which is added, a description of the metropolis in verse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1791,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J86 (4); WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/36063062; ESTC N30668",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",ICU 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13412,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume I. Containing a Description of the Tower of London, the Monument, London Bridge, the Custom House, the Royal Exchange, Bethlem Hospital, St Luke's Hospital, The Magdalen House, Gresham College, Sion College, and The South Sea House.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1791,Unknown,10,6,,1,127,"British Library C.188.A.236; ESTC N67093",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL C.188.a.236" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12830,"A Choice Collection of Riddles, Charades, Rebusses, &c. Chiefly Original. By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1792,Unknown,13,8,,1,"iv, 104","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J311(1); British Library 12314.a.3.; ESTC N15170",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 12314.a.3.; CUL; Bondy, cat. 77 item 173; Brimmell, cat. 67 item 18" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8239,"Ashton Priory. A Novel. In Three Volumes. By the Author of Benedicta and Powis Castle.","By the Author of Benedicta and Powis Castle.",,"printed for William Lane, at the Minerva Press, Leadenhall-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1792,Octavo,,,,3,,"The English Novel 1770-1829 1792: 2; Chawton House Library 5282",,9,,,"Fiction Novel","CHL 5282" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14986,"Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern. Calculated not only for the instruction of every new made mason; but also for the information of all who intend to become brethren. Containing, I. A circumstantial account of all the proceedings in making a mason, with the several obligations of an entered apprentice, fellow-craft, and master; the prayers, and also the sign, grip, and password of each degree, with the ceremony of the mop and pail. II. The manner of opening a lodge, and setting the craft to work. .... VII. A safe and easy method proposed, by which a man may obtain admittance into any lodge, without passing through the form required, and thereby save a guinea or two in his pocket. VII. Anthems, odes, songs, &c. Illustrated with a beautiful frontispiece of the regalia, jewels, and emblematical ornaments belonging to masonry, and an accurate plan of the drawing on the floot of a lodge, interspersed with variety of notes and remarks, necessary to explain and render the whole clear to the meanest capacity. To which is now added, a new and accurate list of all the English regular lodges in the world, according to their seniority, with the dates of each constitution, and days of meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet-street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate-street.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1792,Unknown,,,"A new edition, greatly enlarged and improved.",,"vi,50,12p.,plate : ill. ; 8⁰.","ESTC T205230",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2654,"Lessons of a governess to her pupils: or, journal of the method adopted by Madame de Sillery-Brulart (formerly Countess de Genlis) in the education of the children of M. D'Orleans First Prince of the Blood-Royal. Published by herself. Translated from the French.","by Madame de Sillery-Brulart (formerly Countess de Genlis)",,"Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1792,Duodecimo,18,,,3,"I xxxvi, 364 ; II xii, 333 ; III 308","ESTC T144081; Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1898051; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009711299",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, II:710" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12789,"Newbery's New Spelling Dictionary of the English Language. Wherein all the words are properly accented, shewing how to write and pronounce them with ease and propriety.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1792,Unknown,10,7,New,1,24,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J265(2); ECCO CW110657944; ESTC T65252",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature",BM 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12741,"The Little Moralists; or, the History of Amintor and Florella, The Pretty Little Shepherd and Shepherdess of the Vale of Evesham. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1792,Unknown,,,,1,"96p. : ill. ; 32⁰.","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J224(2); ESTC N19473",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Knaster; MSaE" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12892,"The triumph of goodnature, exhibited in the history of master Harry Fairborn and master Trueworth. Interspersed with tales and fables and ornamented with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1792,Sextodecimo,,,,1,110,"ESTC N49152; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J363(3)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Welch; Roscoe" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12917,"The Visits of Tommy Lovebook to his Neighbouring Little Misses and Masters. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1792,Unknown,10,6,,1,64,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J372",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Bell 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15009,"The weymouth guide: exhibiting the ancient and present state of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis; with a description of Milton Abbey, Sherborne Castle, Lulworth Castle, the Island of Portland, and every other place, worthy the attention of strangers who Visit Weymouth. Embellished with a view of the bay, and a plan of Sandsfoot Castle.",Anonymous,,"printed for P. Delamotte, and sold at his Library on the Esplanade; by M. Davies, Sackville-Street, Piccadilly; and E. Newbery, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London; J. Fletcher, in Oxford; at Mr. Bull's Library, Bath; and by Thorn, at Exeter",no,Weymouth,GB,50.6144800,-2.4599100,1792,Unknown,,,"The third edition, enlarged and corrected.",,T66352,"ESTC T66352",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12936,"Youthful recreations, containing many amusements of a day, as spent by Master Freelove and his companions. Interspersed with stories, suitable observations, verses, and other matters of instruction and entertainment.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1792,Sextodecimo,12,,,1,128,"ESTC T492679; British Library C.194.a.1202",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL C.194.a.1202" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12780,"A New Roman History, from the Foundation of Rome to the End of the Common-Wealth. Embellished with copper-plate cuts. Designed for the use of young ladies and gentlemen.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Duodecimo,11,8,,1,"iv, 136","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J263(3); British Library Ch.790/168; ESTC T135562",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Opie; CLU; BL Ch.790/168" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14830,"Holiday entertainment; or the good child's fairing: containing the plays and sports of Charley and Billy Welldon, ... With the fancies of the old man that lived under the hill.",,Anonymous,"printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Unknown,,,,,"31,[1]p. : ill. ; 24⁰.","ESTC N17004",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2730,"Lessons of a governess to her pupils. Or, journal of the method adopted by Madame de Sillery-Brulart, (formerly Countess de Genlis) in the education of the children of M. D'Orleans, First Prince of the Blood-Royal. Published by herself. Translated from the French.","Published by herself.",,"printed for Messrs. P. Wogan, P. Byrne, A. Grueber, W. Mc.Kenzie, J. Moore, J. Jones, W. Jones, R. Mc.Allister, H. Colbert, and J. Rice",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1793,Duodecimo,18,,"Irish 1",2,"I xxiii, 311; II xi, 286","ESTC N11171; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/001066976; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/642112737",,,,,Education, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13732,"Massacre of the French King by which the unfortunte Louis XVI (late King of France) suffered on the Scaffold, January 21st, 1793.",,,"Printed at the Minerva press, for William Lane, Leadenhall-street; and sold retail by Eliz. Harlow, Bookseller to Her most excellent Majesty, Pall-Mall",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Broadside,50,35,,1,1,"Houghton Library EB75 A100 793m",,1,,,"Political Writing","Houghton EB75 A100 793m" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11656,Sonnets,"By a lady",,Debrett,no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Quarto,,,,1,,"Jackson Bibliography 14596",,2,6.0,,Poetry,"no copy located" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12191,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume II. Containing a Description of Guildhall, Guildhall Chapel, The Bank of England, St Thomas's Hospital, The Mansion House, Foundling Hospital, The East India House, St Stephen's Walbrook, St Mary le Bow, Bridewell Hospital, Christ's Hospital, and London Stone.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Unknown,,,,1,127,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (4C); British Library C.188.a.236; ESTC N67095",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Schiller (1970); BL C.188.a.236" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12193,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume III. Containing a Description of St Paul's Cathedral, Black Friars Bridge, British Museum, The Temple, Temple Bar, St Bartholomew's Hospital, Northumberland House, Charing Cross, Lincoln's Inn.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Unknown,10,6,,1,126,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (6); British Library Ch.790/144.; ESTC T129373",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Oup; NNC-T (Darton Coll.); Welch; BL Ch.790/144." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12192,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume IV. Containing a Description of Westminster-Abbey, Westminster-Bridge, Westminster-Hall, House of Lords, House of Commons, Buckingham House, or the Queen's Palace, Banquetting House, Horse Guards, Admiralty Office.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Unknown,10,6,,1,126,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (5); ESTC N67094",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Oup; Welch" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12541,"The History of Little King Pippin; with an Account of the Melancholy Death of Four Naughty Boys, who were Devoured by Wild Beasts. And the Wonderful Delivery of Master Harry Harmless, by a Little White Horse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Unknown,,,,1,62,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J168(5)",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",CtHI 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15033,"The ladies most elegant and convenient pocket book, for the year 1793. Being the first after leap year. Embellished with a beautiful representation of Lord Cornwallis's receiving as hostages the two sons of Tippoo Sultaun; and the dresses of the year 1792. Containing, amongst a great variety of useful, ornamental, and instructive articles, the following: ... Compiled at the request of several ladies of quality.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church Yard, Ludgate-street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Unknown,,,,,"144, [12] p., [2] leaves of plates (one folded) : ill. ; 12⁰.","ESTC N478570",,,,,Education, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15193,"The new Bath guide; or, useful pocket companion for all persons residing at or resorting to this antient city. Giving an account of the first discovery of its medicinal waters by King Bladud; Saxon and Roman Antiquities, Nature and Efficacy of the Warm Baths and Sudatories. With the Rules and Prices of Bathing and Pumping. The Virtues of the Bath Waters used internally and externally. Lists of the Body Corporate, Attornies, Medical Faculty, Artists, Inns and Taverns, Lodging Houses, Boarding ditto, Price of Lodgings, Mail and other Coaches, Chairmen's Fares, Waggons, Carriers and Post, Barges to and from Bristol, &c. Institution and present State of the General Hospital; Description of the Assembly-Rooms, Publick Charities, Churches, Chapels, and other Edifices. The Principal Roads to different Parts of the Kingdom; with a Description of the City of Bristol, and the Hotwells; Monuments of Antiquity, and Gentlemen's Seats, in the Environs of Bath. Directions for Passing the Severn into Wales; And many other Particulars worthy Observation. (the Whole embellished with six Copper-Plan Engravings, viz. Portraits of the Masters of the Ceremonies, Plan of the City, Elevation of the Town-Hall, View of the Crescent, and Portrait of Richard Nath, Esq.) To which is added, The Life, Character, &c. of Richard Nash, esq; who presided over the Amusements of this City upwards of Fifty Years.",Anonymous,,"printed by R. Cruttwell, for W. Taylor, Bookseller, Church-Street, Kingston-Buildings. Sold also by all the booksellers in Bath and Bristol; by R. Baldwin, Pater-Noster-Row, and E. Newbery. Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, London",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1793,Octavo,,,"A new edition, improved and much enlarged.",1,79,"ESTC T91324; ECCO CW0125984571",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12868,"The sister's gift, or the naughty boy reformed published for the advantage of the rising generation.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Trigesimo-secundo,10,6,,1,32,"ESTC N46608; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J335(4)",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature",McKell 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12932,"The youthful jester; or, Repository of wit and innocent amusement. Containing moral and humorous tales; merry jests, laughable anecdotes, and smart repartees. The whole being as innocent as it is entertaining. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1793,Sextodecimo,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J395(2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12831,"A Choice Collection of Riddles, Charades, Rebusses, &c. Chiefly Original. By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1794,Unknown,13,9,,1,"iv, 108","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J311(2); ECCO CW113975074; ESTC T153271",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","V&A(GL); BmPL; Traylen; Welch; Ries; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12776,"A New History of the Grecian States, from their Earliest Period to their Extinction by the Ottomans. Designed for the use of young ladies and gentlemen.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1794,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J261(2)",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15158,"The adventurer. ...",,,,no,,,,,1794,Unknown,,,,,,"ESTC T123427",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12965,"The beauties of ancient poetry. Intended as a companion to the Beauties of English poetry.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, Corner of St Paul's Church Yard, and J. Wallis, N°. 16. Ludgate-street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1794,Duodecimo,13,8,,1,"xi, 204","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) A27; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=_alXAAAAcAAJ; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009706444; ESTC T124506",,2,6.0,,"Poetry Collection","BL 11601.aa.2.; CBEL" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15132,"The father's gift: Or the Way to be wise and happy.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1794,Unknown,,,,,"29,[3]p. : ill. ; 24⁰.","ESTC T222844; ECCO CW0116515596",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12427,"The Flights of a Lady-Bird; or, the History of the Winged Rambler: embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1794,Trigesimo-secundo,10,6,,1,61,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J136(3); ESTC N46606",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",McKell 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12444,"The Foundling; or, the History of Lucius Stanhope.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1794,Unknown,10,7,,1,31,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J142(2)",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bell; Opie" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12534,"The Hermit of the Forest, and the Wandering Infants. A rural fragment. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1794,Unknown,,,,1,31,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J161(2); ESTC N17615",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Welch 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12589,"The History of Sinbad the Sailor; containing an account of his several surprising voyages and miraculous escapes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1794,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J171(1)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15058,"The ladies most elegant and convenient pocket book, for the year 1794. ...",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1794,Unknown,,,,,"144,[12]p.,plates ; 12⁰.","ESTC N33953",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15014,"The new Bath guide; or, useful pocket companion for all persons residing at or resorting to this antient city. Giving an account of the first discovery of its medicinal waters by King Bladud; ...",Anonymous,,"printed by R. Cruttwell, for W. Taylor. Sold also by all the booksellers in Bath and Bristol; by R. Baldwin, and E. Newbery",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1794,Unknown,,,"A new edition, improved and much enlarged.",,"79,[3]p.,plates : ill.,map,ports. ; 16⁰.","ESTC T193595",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12832,"A Choice Collection of Riddles, Charades, Rebusses, &c. Part Second. By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,13,9,,1,108,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J311(2A); ESTC N27895",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12199,"A Curious Collection of Voyages and Travels performed by Illustrious Adventurers. Adorned with a Great Variety of Descriptive Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,,,,1,"viii, 120","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J89; ESTC N1654",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12777,"A New History of the Grecian States, from their Earliest Period to their Extinction by the Ottomans. Designed for the use of young ladies and gentlemen.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,14,9,,1,132,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J261(3); British Library Ch.790/169.; ESTC T135563",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Roscoe; LEI; Welch; Shiers; Ries; BL Ch.790/169." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14796,"Anecdotes of Mary; or, the good governess. By the author of The history of the Davenport family.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, Corner of St. Paul’s Church-Yard, M,DCC,XCV. [1795]",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,,,,,,"[4],159,[1],4p.,plate ; 12⁰.","ESTC T95414; ECCO CW0101266475",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13876,"Barbastal, or, The Magician of the Forest of Bloody Ash: A Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,,,,,48,"Bearden-White 119",,,,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9756,"Bolg an Tsolair: Or, Gaelic Magazine, Containing Laoi na Sealga: or, the Famous Fenian Poem, called The Chase; with a Collection of Choice Irish Songs, translated by Miss Brooke. To which is prefixed, an abridgment of Irish grammar; with a vocabulary, and familiar dialogues.","Translated by Miss Brooke.",,"printed at the ""Northern Star"" Office",no,Belfast,GB,54.5833300,-5.9333300,1795,Duodecimo,16,10,,1,120,"Jackson Bibliography 14820; British Library P.P.6180.cb.",,,,,Poetry,"BL P.P.6180.cb" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12115,"Characters of the Kings and Queens of England; Selected from the Best Historians. To which is added, A Table of the Succession of each, from Alfred to the present time. With Heads, by T. Bewick, Newcastle.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbury, St. Paul's Church-yard; and Vernor and Hood, Birchin Lane, Cornhill",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Duodecimo,13,8,,1,"viii, 204","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J51; British Library 1606/1682.",,2,,,"Juvenile Literature","NUTP; Roscoe; A.W. Laywood; Grantham, cat. 22, item 250; Osborne catalogue p. 168; BL 1606/1682." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12125,"Constantio and Selima. A Fairy Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by J. Easton; for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,Salisbury,GB,51.0693100,-1.7956900,1795,Unknown,16,10,,1,76,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J80; ECCO CW117241764; ESTC N4664",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Weedon 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Compiler,24826,"Family Lectures: or, a Copious Collection of Sermons, Selected from the Most Celebrated Divines, on Faith and Practice. Atterbury. Adams. Allen. Barrow. Balguy. Batty. Beveridge. Bentley. Bellamy, Blackall. Brown. Bull. Bundy. Burnet. Clarke. Calamy. Coney. Delaney. Duke. Gibson. Hort. Hoadley. Hopkins. Hickman. Horne. Hole. Harvest. Ibbot. Jortin. Kennet. Littleton. Lucas. Lupton. Moor. Moss. Orr. Porteus. Ridley. Sharpe. Sherlock. Swift. Stebbing. Stephens. Snape. Stillingfleet. Seed. Secker. Tillotson. Tilly. Terry. Trapp. Wake. Wilson. Webster. A New Volume.","Atterbury. Adams. Allen. Barrow. Balguy. Batty. Beveridge. Bentley. Bellamy, Blackall. Brown. Bull. Bundy. Burnet. Clarke. Calamy. Coney. Delaney. Duke. Gibson. Hort. Hoadley. Hopkins. Hickman. Horne. Hole. Harvest. Ibbot. Jortin. Kennet. Littleton. Lucas. Lupton. Moor. Moss. Orr. Porteus. Ridley. Sharpe. Sherlock. Swift. Stebbing. Stephens. Snape. Stillingfleet. Seed. Secker. Tillotson. Tilly. Terry. Trapp. Wake. Wilson. Webster.",,"Printed for T. Longman; B. Law; J. Johnson; G.G. and J. Robinson; C. Dilly; T. Cadell; W. Richardson; F. and C. Rivington; R. Baldwin; W. Goldsmith; W. Lowndes; R. Faulder; S. Hayes; Ogilvy and Speare; Vernor and Hood; C. Wynne; G. and T. Wilkie; W. Bent; J Scatcherd; J. Walker; J. Evans; C. and G. Kearsley; and H. Murray.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Octavo,,,"A New Volume.",1,"xii, 923","ESTC T130256; ECCO CW0123045953; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Family_Lectures_Or_A_Copious_Collection/_q0MAAAAYAAJ",,,,,"Education; Religion/Biblical", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12642,"Instructive Fragments.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J187",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Weedon 57, x" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13952,"Laugh When You Can; or, The Monstrous Droll Jester. Containing the Best Collection of Jests. To Which is Added, The Benevolent Jew, as Recited at the Royalty Theatre.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Octavo,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 134; ECCO CW0125270355; ESTC T77049",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12745,"Little Robin Red Breast; A Collection of Pretty Songs, for Children, Entirely New.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J226(2)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13703,"Nurse Truelove's Christmas-box: or, the golden play-thing for little children. By which they may learn the letters as soon as they can speak, ... To which is added, The history of Master Friendly.","Nurse Truelove's","Nurse Truelove","printed by J. and M. Robertson,",no,Glasgow,GB,55.8651500,-4.2576300,1795,Sextodecimo,10,,,1,31,"ESTC N12594",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11158,"Select pieces of poetry, intended to promote piety and virtue in the minds of young people. Collected by Rachel Barclay.","Collected by Rachel Barclay.",,"Printed and sold by James Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,16,10,,1,"viii, 168","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u2266522; Jackson Bibliography 15034",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, II:620" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12210,"The Entertaining Medley; Containing the History of Prince Chery and Princess Fair Star; and the Story of the pigeon and dove. Adorned with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,10,8,,1,120,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J104; ESTC N50206",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Bell 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12739,"The Lilliputian Letter-Writer.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Duodecimo,,,,1,"viii, 120","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J217; ESTC N504266",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Bell 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12742,"The Little Moralists; or, the History of Amintor and Florella, The Pretty Little Shepherd and Shepherdess of the Vale of Evesham. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbury, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,,,,1,96,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J224(3); ESTC T169650",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Ries; Ball" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15122,"The new Bath guide; or, useful pocket companion for all persons residing at or resorting to this ancient city. ... The whole embellished with six copper-plate engravings, ... To which is added the life, character, &c. of Richard Nash, ...",Anonymous,,"printed by R. Cruttwell, for W. Taylor. Sold also by all the booksellers in Bath and Bristol; by R. Baldwin, and E. Newbery, London",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1795,Unknown,,,"A new edition, improved and much enlarged.",,"79,[1]p.,plates ; 16⁰.","ESTC T65423",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12838,"The Puzzling-Cap: A Choice Collection of Riddles, in familiar verse; with a curious cut to each.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,,,,1,"[5],8-32,[2]p.","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J312(4); ESTC N19774",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12839,"The Puzzling-Cap: A Choice Collection of Riddles, in familiar verse; with a curious cut to each.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J312(5); ESTC N65985",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",PP 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12874,"The Sugar Plumb; or sweet amusement for leisure hours: being an entertaining and instructive collection of stories. Embellished with curious cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1795,Sextodecimo,,,,1,122,"ESTC N24566; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J345(4)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5223,"The unfortunate attachment; or memoirs of Mr. and Mrs. de La Bedoyere. A true history, written in the year M.DCC.XLVI. Translated from the French by a lady. ...",Lady.,,"printed and sold by S. Hazard; sold also by Vernor and Hood, London: and published for the benefit of an emigrant ecclesiastic",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1795,Duodecimo,,,,2,,"ESTC T230200; The English Novel 1770-1829 1795: 11",,,,,Fiction,"CR n.s. 13: 346 (Mar 1795)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12833,"A Choice Collection of Riddles, Charades, Rebusses, &c. Part Second. By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Unknown,13,9,,1,108,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J311(3); ESTC T165308",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","Traylen; Pollard; Welch; Shiers; McKell" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12834,"A Choice Collection of Riddles, Charades, Rebusses, &c. Part Third. By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Unknown,14,8,,1,108,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J311(4); ESTC T118615",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; Opie; Osborne; Welch; MH; Elkin Mathews, cat. 163 item 90" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15144,"A New collection of voyages and travels, dedicated to His Majesty, to be completed in twenty pocket volumes, printed on a very superior paper, and a new and elegant type; each volume to be embellished with three beautiful plates, designed and engraved by the first artists. On the 1st of November, 1796, will be published, and to be continued every Saturday fortnight. Price two shillings and sixpence, neatly done up in coloured paper and labelled on the back, volume the first, (ornamented with a portrait of the author, and two beautiful engravings from the most striking events,) of an historical account of the most celebrated voyages, travels, and discoveries, from the earliest period to the present time, including, among many others, those of voyages. Columbus, Drake, Cavendish, Ellis, Dampier, Cowley, Woodes rogers, Clipperton, Roggewein, Anson, Don ulloa, Cook, Byron, Wallis, Carteret, Mulgrave, Portlock, Wilson, Phillip, Bougainville, &c. Travels. Brydone, Carver, Johnson, Swinburne, Bruce, Moore, Addison, Dillon, Irwin, Hanway, Townsend, Vaillant, Savary, Coxe, Pocock, Brissot, Sparrman, Volney, Wraxhall, Anderson, &c. &c. By William Mavor, LL.D.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard, and sold by all the booksellers and newscarriers in the kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Unknown,,,,,"4p. ; 8⁰.","ESTC T188570; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?vid=nPJCAAAAcAAJ&redir_esc=y",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15107,"A short introduction to geography. Containing a description of the several parts of the known world; Their Situation and Chief Towns. For the use of schools.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery, at the Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Unknown,,,,,"64p. ; 8⁰.","ESTC N46154; ECCO CW0125824548",,,,,Education, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Compiler,24829,"A Word of Comfort to Weak Believers, in Fifteen Letters from the Late Rev. Thomas Jones, Of St. Saviours, Southwark. Addressed to Mr. B—, In a Season Of Darkness And Temptation. Written in the Years 1756, 1757, 1758, 1759.","From the late Rev. Thomas Jones, Of St. Saviours, Southwark.",,"Printed by and for S. Hazard; sold also, by Vernor and Hood, Birchin-Lane, Dilly, Poultry, Matthews, Strand, and Chapman, Fleet-Street, London: Mills and Bulgin and Shepherd, Bristol; and by the Booksellers in Town and Country.",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1796,Duodecimo,,,,1,52,"ESTC T115795; ECCO CW0121411882",,,6.0,,Religion/Biblical,"BL 4403.c.15." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,4945,"An oration on the virtues of the old women, and the pride of the young; with a direction for young men what sort of women to take, and for women what sort of men to marry. Dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray [sic] Clinker, the clashing wives clerk.","Dictated by Janet Clinker, and written by Humphray [sic] Clinker, the clashing wives clerk.","Janet Clinker; Humphray Clinker","Printed in the year",no,Glasgow,GB,55.8651500,-4.2576300,1796,Duodecimo,,,,1,8,"ESTC T180843",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8212,"Eloise de Montblanc. A novel. In four volumes.","a female pen of Seventeen [preface]; sometimes attributed to Lady Mary C—r",,"printed for William Lane, at the Minerva Press, Leadenhall-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Duodecimo,,,,4,"I 247; II 264; III 173; IV 164","ESTC N8632; The English Novel 1770-1829 1796: 5",,12,,,"Fiction Novel","O Vet.A5f.2630-2633; CME 3-628-45038-1; ESTC n008632 (NA CtY, OU, PU; EA COR)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15022,"Holiday entertainment; or the good child's fairing: containing the plays and sports of Charles and Billy Welldon, ... With the fancies of the old man that lived under the hill.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Unknown,,,,,"31,[1]p. : ill ; 24⁰.","ESTC N7234",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,7772,"Remarks on the strictures on the address of Mr. Windham.","An English Woman",,"printed by Crouse, Stevenson and Matchett, Norwich",no,Norwich,GB,52.6278300,1.2983400,1796,Folio,,,,1,1,"ESTC T13234; British Library 1850.d.26.(50.)",,,,,"Political Writing","BL 1850.d.26.(50.)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14925,"Sheridan's and Henderson's practical method of reading and reciting English poetry, elucidated by a variety of examples taken from some of our most popular poets, and the Manner Pointed out in which they were Read or Recited by the Above Gentlemen: Intended for the Improvement of Youth, and as a Necessary Introduction to Dr. Enfield's Speaker. Dedicated to Morris Robinson, Esquire.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the Corner of St. Paul's Church Yard; and J. Scatchard, Ave Maria Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Unknown,,,,,"xii,264p. ; 12⁰.","ESTC T90540; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=V-UYAAAAYAAJ&redir_esc=y",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12056,"The Blossoms of Morality. Intended for the Amusement & Instruction of Young Ladies & Gentlemen. By the editor of The Looking-Glass for the Mind. With Forty-Seven Cuts, Designed and Engraved by I. Bewick. Large paper issue.","By the editor of The Looking-Glass for the Mind.",,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Unknown,20,11,,1,"x, 221","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J39 (3); ESTC T133463",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","LL; Knaster; NorBM" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12055,"The Blossoms of Morality. Intended for the Amusement and Instruction of Young Ladies and Gentlemen. By the editor of The Looking-Glass for the Mind. With Forty-Seven Cuts, Designed and Engraved by I. Bewick.","By the editor of The Looking-Glass for the Mind.",,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Unknown,17,10,,1,"x, 221","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J39 (2); Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=eJcNAAAAQAAJ",,3,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; Bodley; CUL; Roscoe; Bell; LI; V&A(GL); NUTP; NoU; Osborne; NNC-T (Darton coll.); NLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12138,"The Cries of London, as they are daily exhibited in the streets; with an epigram in verse, adapted to each. Embellished with sixty-two elegant cuts. To which is added, a description of the metropolis in verse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the Corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Vicesimo-quarto,9,7,,1,"iv, 133","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J86 (5); British Library C.194.a.30; Houghton Library *52L-417; ESTC N26847",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL C.194.a.30; Houghton *52L-417; Harding" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12194,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume I. Containing a Description of Tower of London, Monument, London Bridge, Custom House, Royal Exchange, Bethlem Hospital, St Luke's Hospital, The Magdalen House, Gresham College, Sion College, The South Sea House.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Unknown,10,6,,1,127,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (6A); ESTC N66530",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BmPL; Schiller (1970)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8214,"The Female Gamester; or, the pupil of fashion. A novel. In two volumes.",Anonymous,,"printed for the Author; and sold by Vernor and Hood, Birchin-Lane",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Duodecimo,,,,1,247,"ESTC T191084; The English Novel 1770-1829 1796: 9; ECCO CW116785836",,6,,,"Fiction Novel","O Jessel.e.502; EMf; ESTC t191084 (NA ICN)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12880,"The hobby-horse, or Christmas companion: containing among other interesting particulars, the song of a cock and a bull, a Canterbury story, and a tale of a tub. Faithfully copied from the original manuscript, in the Vatican library. By Toby Ticklepitcher. Embellished with elegant cuts.","By Toby Ticklepitcher.","Toby Ticklepitcher","Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J354(5)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",MSaE 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5424,"The monitor; or, letters from a lady to her friend; on the seven days in the week.",Anonymous,,"printed for William Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Octavo,,,,1,"[6], 12, 51, [1]","ESTC T170073",,,,,Letters, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15185,"The new Bath guide; or, useful pocket companion for all persons residing at or resorting to this antient city. Giving an account of The First Discovery of its medicinal waters by King Bladud; Saron and Roman Antiquities, Nature and Efficacy of the Warm Baths and Sudatories. With the Rules and Prices of Bathing and Pumping. The Virtues of the Bath Waters used internally and externally. Lists of the Body Corporate, Attornies, Medical Faculty, Artists, Inns and Taverns, Lodging-Houses, Boarding ditto, Price of Lodgings, Mail and other Coaches, Chairmen's Fares, Waggons, Carriers and Poff, Barges to and from Bristol, &c. Institution and present State of the General Hospital; Description of the Assembly-Rooms, Publick Charities, Churches, Chapels, and other Edifices. The Principal Roads to different Parts of the Kingdom; with a Description of the City of Bristol, and the Hotwells; Monuments of Antiquity, and Gentlemen's Seats, in the Environs of Bath. Directions for Passing the Severn into Wales; And many other Particulars worthy Observation. (embellished with six Copper-Plate Engravings, viz. Portraits of both Masters of the Ceremonies, Plan of the City, Elevation of the Town-Hall, View of the Crescent, and Portrait of Richard Nash, Esq.) To which is added, The Life, Character, &c. of Richard Nash, esq; who presided over the Amusements of this City upwards of Fifty Years.",Anonymous,,"printed by R. Cruttwell, for A. Taylor, bookseller and stationer, No. 12, Argyle-Buildings. Sold also by all the booksellers in Bath and Bristol; by R. Baldwin, Pater-Noster-Row, and E. Newbery, Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, London",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1796,Octavo,,,"A new edition, improved and much enlarged.",,80,"ESTC T91319; ECCO CW0100067946",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5510,"Thoughts on a future state, occasioned by the death of Mrs. H. A. Rogers, by a young lady, who met in her class: also, an elegy, by another friend: to which are added, stanzas on the same occasion.","by a young lady ... also, an elegy, by another friend",,"printed by R. Edwards; and sold at the Methodist chapels",no,Bristol,GB,51.4552300,-2.5966500,1796,Duodecimo,,,,1,12,"ESTC T174559; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/219710359; ECCO CW3315212236",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12934,"Youthful portraits; or, Sketches of the passions: exemplifying the dignity, and inculcating the advantages of virtue. Embellished with engravings.",,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Duodecimo,17,11,,1,115,"ESTC T95299; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J396",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; V&A(GL); Osborne, cat. p. 319; DLC; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12937,"Youthful recreations, containing many amusements of a day, as spent by Master Freelove and his companions. Interspersed with stories, suitable observations, verses, and other matters of instruction and entertainment.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796,Sextodecimo,,,,1,128,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J397(2); WorldCat 177743756",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Schiller 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14924,"Historical account of the most celebrated voyages, travels, and discoveries, from the time of Columbus to the present period. By William Mavor, LL.D. ...",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1796-1797,Unknown,,,,,"20v.,plates : map, port. ; 18⁰.","ESTC T77044; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015062194686",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8439,"Days of Chivalry. A Romance",Anonymous,,"printed at the Minerva-Press, Leadenhall-Street; and sold by Hodgson, Wimpole-Street, and Miller, Old Bond-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Octavo,,,,2,"I viii, 173; II 174","ESTC T140099; The English Novel 1770-1829 1797: 6",,6,,,"Fiction Romance","BL Cup.403.y.13; EM 8225: 2; ESTC t140099 (NA CLU-S/C)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5311,"Geography and history. Selected by a lady, for the use of her own children. Third edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed for B. Law, No. 5, Stationers-Court; and C. Law, No. 13, Ave-Mary Lane, Ludgate Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Duodecimo,,,"Third edition.",1,"[2],viii,[6],392","ESTC T114039; ECCO CW0100640588",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12771,"Moral Sketches for Young Minds.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Unknown,11,8,,1,"iv, 180","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J247(2); ESTC N35249",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","V&A; Welch; Bell; Ball" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12195,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume IV. Containing a Description of Westminster-Abbey, Westminster-Bridge, Westminster-Hall, House of Lords, House of Commons, Buckingham House, or the Queen's Palace, Banquetting House, Horse Guards, Admiralty Office.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Unknown,10,6,,1,126,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (7); British Library Ch.790/144.; ESTC T104774",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bell; Weedon; BL Ch.790/144." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13362,"The footstep to Mrs. Trimmer's Sacred history, for the instruction and amusement of little children.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by John Marshall, at No. 17, Queen-street, Cheapside, and No.4, Aldermary Church-Yard, in Bow Lane.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Duodecimo,15,10,,1,152,"British Library Ch.790/195.",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch.790/195." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8440,"The Governess, or Courtland Abbey. A Novel.",Anonymous,,"Printed by S. Hazard; And Sold by Vernor and Hood, Birchin Lane, London, and all other Booksellers.",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1797,Duodecimo,,,,4,"I xii, 310; II 309; III 287; IV 249","ESTC N65851; The English Novel 1770-1829 1797: 8",,12,,,"Fiction Novel","IU x823.G747.V4; ESTC n065851" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12538,"The History of Jacky Idle, and Dicky Diligent, Exhibiting a Striking Contrast between the Different Consequences Arising from Indolent Inattention, and Laudable Perseverance. Embellished with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Unknown,,,,1,61,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J166",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","UCLA; Lapides" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12759,"The History of the Family at Smiledale, presented to all little boys and girls who wish to be good, and make their friends happy.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Unknown,11,7,,1,128,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J235; ESTC N33281",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Osborne 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5770,"The history of young Edwin and little Jessy: together with an account of the pleasant walk which William and Winifred took with Margery, who lives at the foot of Parnassus. Written by the aforesaid Margery, For the Purpose of making every Little Girl and Boy Good and Happy.","Written by the aforesaid Margery.",Margery,"printed for E. Newbery, Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Duodecimo,14,8,,1,120,"ESTC T92174; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J178(2); British Library Ch.790/44.",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch.790/44.; Melbourne" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15137,"The new Bath guide; or, useful pocket companion for all persons residing at or resorting to this antient city. Giving an account of the first discovery of its medicinal waters by King Bladud; Saron and Roman Antiquities, Nature and Efficacy of the Warm Baths and Sudatories. With the Rules and Prices of Bathing and Pumping. The Virtues of the Bath Waters used internally and externally. Lists of the Body Corporate, Attornies, Medical Faculty, Artists, Inns and Taverns, Lodging-Houses, Boarding ditto, Price of Lodgings, Mail and other Coaches, Chairmen's Fares, Waggons, Carriers and Post, Barges to and from Bristol, &c. Institution and present State of the General Hospital; Description of the Assembly-Rooms, Publick Charities, Churches, Chapels, and other Edifices. The Principal Roads to different Parts of the Kingdom; with a Description of the City of Bristol, and the Hotwells; Monuments of Antiquity, and Gentlemen's Seats, in the Environs of Bath. Directions for Passing the Severn into Wales; And many other Particulars worthy Observation. (embellished with six Copper-Plate Engravings, viz. Portraits of both Masters of the Ceremonies, Plan of the City, Elevation of the Town-Hall, View of the Crescent, and Portrait of Richard Nash, Esq.) To which is added, the life, character, &c. of Richard Nash, esq; who presided over the Amusements of this City upwards of Fifty Years.",,,"printed by R. Cruttwell, for A. Taylor, bookseller and stationer, No. 12, Argyle-Street. Sold also by all the booksellers in Bath and Bristol; by R. Baldwin Pater-Noster-Row, and E. Newbery, Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, London",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1797,Unknown,,,"A new edition, improved and much enlarged.",,"80p.,plates : ill.,port.,map ; 8⁰.","ESTC T142401",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12774,"The New Children's Friend: or, Pleasing Incitements to Wisdom and Virtue; conveyed through the medium of anecdote, tale, and adventure. Calculated to entertain, fortify, and improve the juvenile mind. Translated chiefly from the German.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Vernor and Hood, in the Poultry; and E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Duodecimo,14,8,,1,"viii, 171","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J255(1); British Library 12835.a.72.; ESTC T89150",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 12835.a.72." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12865,"The selector: being a new and chaste collection of visions, tales, and allegories, calculated for the amusement and instruction of the rising generation.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,"iv, 223","ESTC T147455; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J333",,3,,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; Osborne cat. 298; Opie; Renier; Oppenheimer; A. R. Heath, cat. 22 item 190" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15730,"The Strange and Unaccountable Life of the Penurious Daniel Dancer, Esq. A Miserable Miser, Who Died in a Sack. Though Worth Upwards of £3000 per Ann. With Singular Anecdotes of the Famous Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer, A Character Well Known Upon the Stock Exchange: To Which is Added, A True Account of Henry Welby, Who Lived Invisible Forty-Four Years in Grub Street; With a Sketch of the Life of the Rev. George Harvest; Called the Absent Man; or, Parson and Player.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine and Sold by Lee and Hurst",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 151",,,,,"Fiction; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14087,"The Strange and Unaccountable Life of the Penurious Daniel Dancer, Esq. A Miserable Miser, Who Died in a Sack. Though Worth Upwards of £3000 per Ann. With Singular Anecdotes of the Famous Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer, A Character Well Known Upon the Stock Exchange: To Which is Added, A True Account of Henry Welby, Who Lived Invisible Forty-Four Years in Grub Street; With a Sketch of the Life of the Rev. George Harvest; Called the Absent Man; or, Parson and Player. The Second Edition.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-street; and Sold by Lee and Hurst, Paternoster-row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,,,,"The Second Edition.",1,57,"ECCO CW0103071260; ESTC T176056",,,6.0,,"Fiction; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11662,"The Trap: A Poem","By a lady",,Richardson,no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Quarto,,,,1,,"Jackson Bibliography 15540",,2,6.0,,Poetry,"no copy found" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12895,"The Village Tatlers; or, Anecdotes of the rural assembly. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Unknown,,,,1,64,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J370(3); ESTC N48772",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Welch 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12933,"The youthful jester; or, Repository of wit and innocent amusement. Containing moral and humorous tales; merry jests, laughable anecdotes, and smart repartees. The whole being as innocent as it is entertaining. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1797,Sextodecimo,11,7,,1,120,"ESTC T64638; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J395(3)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",BM 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13802,"1798. Monstrous Droll Songs. Including Those Sung at Drury-Lane, Covent-Garden, Sadler's-Wells, Sans Souci, Vauxhall, &c. &c. &c. with a Selection of Toasts and Sentiments.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine, ... and sold by all the booksellers, in town and country.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1798,Duodecimo,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 118; ESTC T300884",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12424,"A New Book for the Improvement of Young Gentlemen and Ladies. Filial Duty, recommended and enforc'd, by a variety of instructive and entertaining stories, of children who have been remarkable for affection to their parents; also An account of some striking instances of children, who have behaved in an undutiful, and unnatural manner to their parents. The whole founded on historical facts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1798,Sextodecimo,12,8,,1,"vi,174p.,plate ; 12⁰.","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J134(4); British Library Ch.780/20.; ESTC N6814",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch. 780/20.; Roscoe" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12901,"Every Lady's Own Valentine Writer, in Prose and Verse. (For 1798.) Containing Humorous Dialogues; Witty Valentines, with Answers; Pleasant Sonnets, on Love, Courtship, Marriage, Beauty, &c. &c. being Entirely Original.",Anonymous,,"Printed by and for J. Roach, at the Brittania Printing Office, Weburn-Street, New Drury Theatre-Royal.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1798,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,60,"Jackson Bibliography 15604; ECCO CW110930755",,,6.0,,"Poetry Dramatic","11621.b.23 (3)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12425,"Filial Duty, recommended and enforc'd, by a variety of instructive and entertaining stories, of children who have been remarkable for affection to their parents. Also some striking instances of children who have behaved in an undutiful and unnatural manner to their parents. The whole founded on historical facts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1798,Sextodecimo,14,9,,1,"vi, 174","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J134(4); British Library Ch.790/51.",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch.790/51.; Weedon; Roscoe" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15143,"Moral amusement; or, a selection of tales, histories, and interesting anecdotes; intended to amuse and instruct young minds.",Anonymous,,"Printed by S. Hazard, for Vernor and Hood, No. 31, Poultry, and E. Newbery, St. Paul's Church-Yard.",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1798,Octodecimo,,,,,"iv, 175","ESTC T73663; ECCO CW0112449757",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12768,"Moral Amusement; or, A Selection of Tales, Histories, and Interesting Anecdotes; intended to amuse and instruct young minds.",Anonymous,,"Printed by S. Hazard, for Vernor and Hood, No. 31, Poultry, and E. Newbery, St. Paul's Church-yard.",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1798,Octodecimo,14,9,,1,"iv, 175","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J246(1); British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01000074528; ESTC N35135",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 12835.a.34." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12196,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume II. Containing a Description of Guildhall, Guildhall Chapel, The Bank of England, St Thomas's Hospital, The Mansion House, Foundling Hospital, The East India House, St Stephen's Walbrook, St Mary le Bow, Bridewell Hospital, Christ's Hospital, and London Stone.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1798,Unknown,10,6,,1,127,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (8); British Library Ch.790/144.; ESTC T129372",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","LGL; BmPL; Welch; BL Ch.790/144." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12590,"The History of Sinbad the Sailor; containing an account of his several surprising voyages and miraculous escapes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1798,Unknown,,,,1,128,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J171(2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Welch; Ball; MB; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15039,"The history of Sindbad the sailor; containing an account of his several surprising voyages and miraculous escapes.",Anonymous,,"printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1798,Unknown,,,,,"128p.,plate : ill. ; 16⁰.","ESTC N17810",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12637,"The history of young Edwin and little Jessy: together with an account of the pleasant walk which William and Winifred took with Margery, who lives at the foot of Parnassus. Written by the aforesaid Margery, For the Purpose of making every Little Girl and Boy Good and Happy.","Written by the aforesaid Margery.",Margery,"printed for E. Newbery, Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1798,Unknown,,,,1,120,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J178(3)",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","CBEL II 564; ENC 8" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15721,"The Strange and Unaccountable Life of the Penurious Daniel Dancer, Esq. A Miserable Miser, Who Died in a Sack. Though Worth Upwards of £3000 per Ann. With Singular Anecdotes of the Famous Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer, A Character Well Known Upon the Stock Exchange: To Which is Added, the Life of the Rev. George Harvest; Called the Absent Man; or, Parson and Player. The Fifth Edition.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-street; and Sold by Lee and Hurst, Paternoster-row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1798,Duodecimo,,,"The Fifth Edition.",1,48,"ECCO CB0127795318; ESTC T301243",,,6.0,,"Fiction; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15110,"A short account of the infectious malignant fever, as it appeared at Uxbridge, and its vicinity, in the summer and autumn of the year 1799; with a detail of the good effects of yeast, and vital air, in the different stages of that disorder. By a medical practitioner.","By a medical practitioner.",,"printed and sold, for the author, by T. Lake. Sold also in London by T. Cox, At The Medical Library, ST. Thomas's Street, Borough, and E. Newbery, ST. Paul's Church Yard",yes,Uxbridge,GB,51.5461900,-0.4796100,1799,Unknown,,,,,"[2],ii,50,[2]p. ; 8⁰.","ESTC N22460; ECCO CW0109394480",,,,,"Science/Natural History/Medicine", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,5129,"Augusta; a novel, in three volumes, from the French, by a lady.","from the French, by a lady",,"printed for the translator, and sold by Earle and Hemet, No. 47, Albermarle Street, Piccadilly",yes,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Octavo,,,,3,"I 190; II 206; III 176","ESTC N46308; The English Novel 1770-1829 1799: 2",,10,6.0,,"Fiction Novel","CaAEU PR 3991.A1.A92 1799; ESTC n046308" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13545,"Biographical Curiosities. The Strange and unaccountable life of the penurious Daniel Dancer, Esq. A miserable miser, who died in a sack, though worth upwards of three thousand pounds per annum. With singular anecdotes of the famous Jemmy Taylor, the southwark usurer. To which is added the life of the Rev. George Harvest, parson and comedian. A New edition with Additions.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court, Coleman Street; and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Unknown,17,10,"A New edition with Additions.",1,47,"Houghton Library *EC8.A100.B804l v.3; ESTC 006208834",0,0,6.0,,"Fiction; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12829,"Christmas Amusement; or, The Happy Association of Mirth and Ingenuity: Being an elegant collection of original riddles, charades, &c. Culled from The Vase of Fancy, at Conundrum Castle. By Peregrine Puzzlebrains.","By Peregrine Puzzlebrains.","Peregrine Puzzlebrains","Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Vicesimo-quarto,14,9,,1,"v, 134","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J310; British Library 11644.e.67.; ESTC T126052",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Preston, cat. p. 100; Platt; BL 11644.e.67." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,21874,"Filial Indiscretions; or, The Female Chevalier. In Three Volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for the Author, by Elizabeth Waller, and Rowland Hurst: and sold by G. G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, London",yes,Wakefield,GB,53.6833100,-1.4976800,1799,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 236; II 249; III 190","The English Novel 1770-1829 1799: 7; ESTC t185414; ECCO GALE|CW0115218552",,10,6.0,,Fiction,"O Vet.A5f.1929–1931; EMf; ESTC t185414" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12529,"Hamlain; or, The Hermit of the Beach. A Moral Reverie. Calculated for the instruction and amusement of youth.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard; by G. Woodfall, No. 22, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Duodecimo,13,9,,1,198,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J153; British Library 1506/586.; ESTC T83114",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Traylen; BCE; Welch; McKell; UCLA; NSWU; BL 1506/586." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13948,"Kilverstone Castle; or, The Heir Restored. An English Gothic Story, Founded on a Fact Which Happened on the Dawn of the Reformation.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Cot., Coleman St. and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Duodecimo,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 132-33; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Kilverstone_Castle_Or_The_Heir_Restored/NTGB92IvwUgC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=NTGB92IvwUgC&printsec=frontcover; Houghton Library *EC8.A100B804l v.2; ECCO CW0109535428",,,6.0,,"Fiction Story","*EC8.A100B804l v.2" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,11747,"La mort D'amyntas. Poëme pastoral. Par l'auteur de l'Épitre à mon pere.","the author of ""L'Epitre a Mon Pere""; Translated by a lady",,,no,Chelsea,GB,51.4875500,-0.1693600,1799,Octavo,21,12,,1,15,"Jackson Bibliography 23293; ESTC T97307",,1,,,Poetry,"BL 11632.d.1" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12746,"Little Tales for Little People.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Unknown,10,6,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J227; ESTC N33630",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12769,"Moral Amusement; or, A Selection of Tales, Histories, and Interesting Anecdotes; intended to amuse and instruct young minds.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Vbrnor and Hood, No. 31, Poultry, and E. Newbery, St. Paul's Church-Yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Vicesimo-quarto,14,8,,1,"iv, 175","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J246(2); British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:Available_online:BLL01016768166",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch.790/40.; Ball; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12139,"The Cries of London, as they are daily exhibited in the streets; with an epigram in verse, adapted to each. Embellished with sixty-two elegant cuts. To which is added, a description of the metropolis in verse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J86 (6); WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/317796583; ESTC N64958",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Oppenheimer; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12197,"The Curiosities of London and Westminster described: In four volumes. Embellished with elegant Copper-Plates. Volume I. Containing a Description of Tower of London, Monument, London Bridge, Custom House, Royal Exchange, Bethlem Hospital, St Luke's Hospital, The Magdalen House, Gresham College, Sion College, and The South Sea House.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the Corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Sextodecimo,10,6,,1,127,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J88 (9); British Library Ch.790/144.; ESTC T118439",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Weedon; Welch; BL Ch.790/144." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12208,"The Enchanted Mirror, A Moorish Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by J. Easton, sold also by E. Newberry, St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,Salisbury,GB,51.0693100,-1.7956900,1799,Duodecimo,18,10,,1,"iv, 123","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J100 (1); British Library 1154.c.30.; ESTC T117216",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 1154.c.30.; Bodley" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12428,"The Flights of a Lady-Bird; or, the History of the Winged Rambler: embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Unknown,10,6,,1,61,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J136(4); ESTC N18427",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; McKell" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12535,"The Hermit of the Forest, and the Wandering Infants. A rural fragment. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Unknown,9,6,,1,31,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J161(3); ESTC N3411",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","NNC-Pl; UCLA; Maxwell Hunley, Cat. 48 [winter 1969] item 172" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12633,"The History of Tommy Titmouse, a Little Boy, who became a great man by minding his learning, doing as he was bid, and being good-natured and obliging to every body. Together with the adventures of the old man of the woods, and other stories equally pleasing and instructive. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard; printed by S. Gosnell, Little Queen Street, Holborn",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Unknown,10,6,,1,56,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J177(2); ESTC N33112",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Ball 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,5769,"The history of young Edwin and little Jessy: Together with an account of the pleasant walk which William and Winnifred took with Margery, who lives at the foot of Parnassus. Written by the aforesaid Margery, for the purpose of making every little girl and boy good and happy.","Written by the aforesaid Margery.",Margery,"Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St: Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Duodecimo,11,8,,1,120,"ESTC T301464; British Library C.194.a.390",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13958,"The Life of That King of Thieves Jonathan Wild. With Anecdotes of Joseph Blake, Alias Blue.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-court, Coleman-street, and J. Roe, no. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Unknown,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 136",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13597,"The little Gipsy Girl; or, Universal Fortune Teller. To which is added a complete Dreaming Dictionary.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court, Coleman-Street; and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,48,"British Library RB.23.a.8397(6); ECCO CB0130640514; ESTC T224599",0,0,6.0,,Fiction,"BL RB.23.a.8397(6)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13963,"The Little Gipsy Girl; or, Universal Fortune Teller. To Which is Added, Charms and Ceremonies For Knowing Future Events; and a Complete Dreaming Dictionary.",Anonymous,,"Printed by J. Bonsor, Salisbury Square, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 137-38",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12743,"The Little Moralists; or, the History of Amintor and Florella, The Pretty Little Shepherd and Shepherdess of the Vale of Evesham. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbury, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J224(4)",,,3.0,,"Juvenile Literature",PPiU 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13972,"The Magdalen; or, History of the First Penitent Prostitute Received Into That Charitable Asylum. With Anecdotes of Other Penitents. By the Rev. William Dodd, LL. D.","By the Rev. William Dodd, LL. D.",,"Printed for Ann Lemoine, White-rose court, Coleman-street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Duodecimo,15,9,,1,108,"Bearden-White 139-40; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=wbKMJ0nbrsQC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false; ECCO CW0117841786; ESTC N3935; Houghton Library *EC75.A100799m",,1,,,Fiction,*EC75.A100799m 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15201,"The new Bath guide; or, useful pocket companion for all persons residing at or resorting to this antient city. Giving an account of the first discovery of its medicinal waters by King Bladud; Saron and Roman Antiquities, Nature and Efficacy of the Warm Baths and Sudatories. With the Rules and Prices of Bathing and Pumping. The Virtues of the Bath Waters used internally and externally. Lists of the Body Corporate, Attornies, Medical Faculty, Artists, Inns and Taverns, Lodging-Houses, Boarding ditto, Price of Lodgings, Mail and other Coaches, Chairmen's Fares, Waggons, Carriers and Post, Barges to and from Bristol, &c. Institution and present State of the General Hospital; Description of the Assembly-Rooms, Publick Charities, Churches, Chapels, and other Edifices. The Principal Roads to different Parts of the Kingdom; with a Description of the City of Bristol, and the Hotwells; Monuments of Antiquity, and Gentlemen's Seats, in the Environs of Bath. Directions for Passing the Severn into Wales; And many other Particulars worthy Observation. (embellished with six Copper-Plate Engraving's, viz. Portraits of both Masters of the Ceremonies, Plan of the City, Elevation of the Town-Hall, View of the Crescent, and Portrait of Richard Nash, Esq.) To which is added, the life, character, &c. of Richard Nash, esq; who presided over the Amusements of this City upwards of Fifty Years.",Anonymous,,"printed by R. Cruttwell, for A. Taylor, bookseller and stationer, No. 12, Argyle-Street. Sold also by all the booksellers in Bath and Bristol; by R. Baldwin, Pater-Noster-Row, and E. Newbery, Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, London",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1799,Unknown,,,"A new edition, improved and much enlarged.",,"[2],80,[2]p.,plates : ill.,ports.,map ; 8⁰.","ESTC T142402; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?vid=QaoHAAAAQAAJ&redir_esc=y",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12102,"The Prettiest Book for Children; Being the History of the Enchanted Castle; Situated in one of the fortunate isles, and governed by the giant instruction. Written ... By Don Stephano Bunyano ...",Anonymous,"Don Stephano Bunyano","Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Sextodecimo,10,7,,1,122,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J48 (4A); ESTC N38940",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",V&A(GL) 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12866,"The sister's gift, or the naughty boy reformed published for the advantage of the rising generation.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Sextodecimo,10,6,,1,31,"ESTC N36424; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J335(5)",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne, cat. p. 305" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14083,"The Sorrows of Werter. A Pathetic Story.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,,,,,1,64,"Bearden-White 150",,,,,"Fiction Story", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12938,"Youthful recreations, containing many amusements of a day, as spent by Master Freelove and his companions. Interspersed with stories, suitable observations, verses, and other matters of instruction and entertainment.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard; by J. Crowder, Warwick-Square",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1799,Sextodecimo,12,,,1,128,"ESTC T229950; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J397(3)",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","MPlyA; W.T. Spencer's Bookshop, 1953" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12835,"A Choice Collection of Riddles, Charades, Rebusses, &c. Part Third. By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","By Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Peter Puzzlewell, Esq.","Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J311(5)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",BM 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9557,"A Melancholy but True story","C. C. [at end of volume]",,"printed by Ann & Egerton Smith, Pool--Lane . Sold by Thomas Hurst, Pater-Noster Row, London, & all the booksellers in Liverpool",no,Liverpool,GB,53.4105800,-2.9779400,1800,Quarto,24,18,,1,14,"Jackson Bibliography 16174; ESTC N10308",,1,6.0,,Poetry,"BL RB.23.b.928" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15041,"A museum for young gentlemen and ladies; or a private tutor for little masters and misses. Containing a variety of useful subjects; ...",Anonymous,,"Printed for Darton and Harvey, Crosby and Letterman, and E. Newbery; and B. C. Collins, Salisbury",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Octodecimo,,,"The fifteenth edition, with considerable additions and alterations.",,"vi, 186","ESTC N35243",,,,,Education, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12773,"A New Book of Emblems of the Different Diversions from Infancy to Manhood. The cradled infant first you view in inofensive state he with the rattle is content nor thinks of future fate, turn up turn down moral gently our infant movements flow unknown to care, unknown to woe.",Anonymous,,"Printed & publish'd June 27th 1800, by I. Strutt, Little Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields; E. Burns, No. 54, Tottenham Court Road, & E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Unknown,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J254A",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","UCLA: Roscoe" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2715,"A new method of instruction for children from five to ten years old, ... Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis.","Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis.",,"printed for J. Rice, B. Dornin, and J. Stockdale",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1800,Duodecimo,,,,1,"xii, 231","ESTC N41956",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2670,"A new method of instruction for children from five to ten years old, including moral dialogues, The Children's Island A Tale, Thoughts And Maxims, Models Of Composition In Writing For Children Ten OR Twelve Years Old, and a new method of teaching children to draw. Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis.","Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis.",,"printed by A. Strahan, Printers Street, for T. N. Longman and O. Rees, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Duodecimo,,,,1,"xvi, 305","ESTC T118354; ECCO CW119290336; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01017479603",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 1607/580." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,2692,"A new method of instruction for children from five to ten years old, Including Moral Dialogues, The Children's Island, A Tale, Thoughts And Maxims, Models Of Composition In Writing, For Children Ten or Twelve Years Old, And A New Method Of Teaching Children To Draw. Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis.","Translated from the French of Madame de Genlis.",,"Printed by William Porter, for P. Wogan, W. Porter, and T. Jackson",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1800,Duodecimo,18,,"Irish 1",1,"xx, 242","ESTC T122968; Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u2243901; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=2ChDAQAAMAAJ; ECCO CW119422986; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01018452371; Hathi Trust Digital Library 100659205 https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100659205",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Alston, III.526b" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12781,"A New Roman History, from the Foundation of Rome to the End of the Common-Wealth. Embellished with copper-plate cuts. Designed for the use of young ladies and gentlemen.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard; by Tegg and Dewick, Westmoreland-Buildings, Aldersgate-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Unknown,14,9,,1,"vi, 136","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J263(4); British Library Ch.800/6; ESTC T113595",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch.800/6; UCLA; DLC; KU" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15037,"A short history of bees. In two parts. I. The natural history of bees, with directions for the management of them, an account of their enemies, &c. from Reaumur, &c. II. An ænigmatical account of a neighbouring nation - their queen, her palaces, attendants, &c.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's; and Vernor and Hood, Poultry; by J. Cundee, Ivy-Lane, Newgate-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Octodecimo,,,,,"xxii, 133","ESTC T146653; ECCO CW0107858922",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13765,"A Short History of Birds & Beasts, for the amusement and instruction of Children. Adorned with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1800,Unknown,10,6,,1,23,"Houghton Library *44W-2107",0,0,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2107" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,4932,"An oration on the virtues of old women, and the pride of the young. With a direction for young men what sort of women to take, and for women what sort of men to marry. Dictated by Janet Clinker and written by Humphrey Clinker, the clashing wive's clerk.","Dictated by Janet Clinker and written by Humphrey Clinker, the clashing wive's clerk","Janet Clinker; Humphrey Clinker","printed by J. Morren",no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1800,Duodecimo,,,,1,,"ESTC T180841; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/316408732; National Library of Scotland https://digital.nls.uk/chapbooks-printed-in-scotland/archive/104184359#?",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14798,"Appendix to the family budget, or Game of knowledge.",Anonymous,,"Printed by S. Gosnell, Little Queen Street, and sold by J. Ridgway, York Street, St. James’s Square; H. D. Symonds, Paternoster Row; and E. Newbery, St. Paul’s Church-Yard. (entered at Stationers’ Hall), 1800.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,,,,,,"xi,[18],14-61,[3]p. ; 12⁰.","ESTC T231903; ECCO CW0117075936",,,,,, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15190,"Directions for breeding game-cocks including the methods of treating them from the time they are hatched, till fit to fight: besides articles for a match; key to a match bill; rules and orders as abided by at the Cock-Pit Royal with calculations for betting.",Anonymous,,"printed by M. Ritchie, Middle Street, Cloth Fair, for R. Baldwin, T. Payne, W. Lowndes, G. Wilkie, J. Scatcherd, Longman and Rees, E. Newbery, W. Stewart, J. Lee, T. Hurst, and J. Mawman",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Duodecimo,,,"A new edition.",1,28,"ESTC T493573",,,,,"Science/Natural History/Medicine", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13916,"Fun for Lovers; or, Choice Valentines, With Their Answers, For The Present Year.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Unknown,,,,1,26,"Bearden-White 127",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15198,"Jachin and Boaz; or, An authentic key to the door of free-masonry, both ancient and modern: calculated not only for the instruction of every new-made mason, but also for the information of all who intend to become brethen. Containing, I. A circumstantial Account of all the Proceedings in making a Mason, with the several Obligations of an Entered Apprentice, Fellow-Craft, and Master; the Prayers, and also the Sign, Grip, and Pass-Word of each Degree, with the Ceremony of the Mop and Pail. II. The Manner of opening a Lodge, and setting the Craft to Work. ... VII. A safe and easy Method proposed, by which a Man may obtain Admittance into any Lodge, without passing through the Form required, and thereby save a Guinea or two in his Pocket. VIII. Anthems, Odes, Songs, &c. Illustrated with A beautiful Frontispiece of the Regalia, Jewels, and emblematical Ornaments belonging to Masonry; and an accurate Plan of the Drawing on the Floor of a Lodge. Interspersed With Variety Of AtNotes And Remarks, Necessary to explain and render the whole clear to the meanest Capacity: To Which Is Now Added, A new and accurate List of all the English regular Lodges in the World, according to their Seniority, with the Dates of each Constitution, and Days of Meeting. By a gentleman belonging to the Jerusalem Lodge; a frequent Visitor at the Queen's Arms, St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Horn, in Fleet Street; Crown and Anchor, Strand; and the Salutation, Newgate Street.",Anonymous,,"Printed [by S. Gosnell] for E. Newbery, corner Of St. Paul's Church-Yard; Vernor and Hood, Poultry; Champante and Whitrow, Jewry Street, Aldgate; and H.D. Symonds, Paternoster Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Octavo,,,"A New Edition, Greatly Enlarged and Improved.",,"vi, 74","ESTC T130818; ECCO CW0104248865",,,,,Education, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,4925,"Janet Clinker's oration on the virtues of the old women, and the pride of the young. ... Taken down in short hand, by Humphery [sic] Clinker, the clashing wives' clerk.","Taken down in short hand, by Humphery [sic] Clinker, the clashing wives' clerk.","Humphery Clinker","printed by J. Morren",no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1800,Sextodecimo,,,,1,,"ESTC T71693",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,4929,"Janet Clinker's oration, on the virtues of the old woman, and the pride of the young; with a direction for young men, what sort of women to take: and for women, what sort of man to marry. Dictated by Janet Clinker and written by Humphrey [sic] Clinker, the clashing wives' clerk.","Dictated by Janet Clinker and written by Humphrey [sic] Clinker, the clashing wives' clerk","Janet Clinker; Humphrey Clinker",,no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1800,Duodecimo,,,,1,8,"ESTC T29050",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13951,"Laugh When You Can: or The Monstrous Droll Jester, and Chearful Companion. Containing Upwards of Two Hundred and Fifty Good Things, Many of Which Are Not to Be Found in Any Other Collection.",Anonymous.,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Duodecimo,,,,1,48,"Google Books jwcKJS3X4gUC; ECCO CW0114278976; ESTC T175953; British Library BL 1608/2872.; Bearden-White 133-34",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 1608/2872." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12766,"Memoirs of Dick, the Little Poney, supposed to be written by himself; and published for the instruction and amusement of good boys and girls.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Walker, No. 44 Paternoster-Row; and sold by E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard. J. Cundee, printer, Ivy-Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Duodecimo,13,9,,1,"xii, 184","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J241(2); ECCO CW3314510733; ESTC T112674",,2,,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; V&A(GL); SomCL; BCE: NUCC-IAU; Gardner" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12772,"Mother Shipton.",Anonymous,,"Printed and published Septr. 10th. 1800. By I. Strutt, Little Queen Street, Lincoln's Fields, E. Burns, No. 54, Tottenham Court Road and E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Churchyard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Unknown,18,8,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J250A; ESTC N35369",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Osborne 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13983,"New Lights from the World of Darkness; or, The Midnight Messenger; With Solemn Signals from the World of Spirits. Containing Wonderful Evidences of the Visits of Ghosts, Apparitions, &c. to Many Person Now Living, and Notices of Death in Several Creditable Families. The Whole Forming a Constellation of Horror!!!",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Duodecimo,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 142; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=SUBT6dSqbOoC; Houghton Library *EC8.A100.B804l v.3; ECCO CW0124783217",,,6.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,21882,"Prospectus of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, incorporated by charter MDCCC. Patron, the King. With a copy of the charter, and a list of the subscribers.",Anonynous.,,"Printed for the Royal Institution, by W. Bulmer and Co. Cleveland-Row, St. James's. And sold by Cadell and Davies, Strand; Beckett, Pall-Mall; Payne, Mew's-Gate; Debrett, Stock-Dale, Wright, and Hatchard, Piccadilly; Robson, Faulder, and Hookham, Bond-Street; White, Fleetstreet; Rivingtons, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and Vernor and Hood, Poultry.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Octavo,,,,1,71,"ESTC T3989; ECCO CW0105740745; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Prospectus_of_the_Royal_Institution_of_G/9wJcAAAAQAAJ",,,,,Catalogue/Advertisement/Prospectus/Directory/List, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13771,"Scripture Histories; From the Creation of the World, to the death of Jesus Christ. With a description of St. Paul's Church, London. Decorated with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1800,Unknown,10,6,,1,21,"Houghton Library *44W-2106",0,0,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2106" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13465,"Somerset Castle; or the Father and Daughter. A tragic tale. If you have Tears, prepare to shed them now. To which is added, Ghost and no Ghost; or, the dungeon.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court, Coleman-Street; and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the Booksellers in The United Kingdoms.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Sexto,,,,1,38,"British Library RB.23.a.1857(1); Bearden-White 150",,,6.0,,"Fiction Tale","BL RB.23.a.1857(1)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14787,"The adventures of a silver penny. Including many secret anecdotes of little misses and masters both good and naughty. Embellished with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery; by J. Crowder, 1800.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,,,,,1,"126p. : ill. ; 16⁰.","ESTC N29428",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12893,"The adventures of a silver three-pence. Containing much amusement and many characters with which young gentlemen and ladies ought to be acquainted. Adorned with cuts. Written by Mr. Truelove. For the Benefit of all good Children who love to be merry and wise.","Written by Mr. Truelove.",,"Printed by J. Cundee, Ivy Lane, Newgate Street; for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Trigesimo-secundo,11,8,,1,119,"ESTC T125301; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J364; British Library C.133.a.12.",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL C.133.a.12." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13806,"The Adventures of Jerry Last, the Fortunate Cobler.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Unknown,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 118",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12035,"The Aviary; or, Grand Assemblage of the Feathered Tribes. Comprising near One-Hundred Figures, accurately engraved on copper-plates.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard; by J. Cundee, Ivy-Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Unknown,14,7,,1,36,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J18; ESTC N16087",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Roscoe; Welch" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12209,"The Enchanted Mirror, A Moorish Romance. Second Edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by J. Easton, High-Street. Sold also by E. Newberry, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London",no,Salisbury,GB,51.0693100,-1.7956900,1800,Unknown,14,,"Second edition",1,"viii, 110","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J100 (2); British Library RB.23.a.8608; ESTC N6263",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Welch; BL RB.23.a.8608" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,7008,"The entertaining history of Master Billy, and Miss Polly Kindly: written for the entertainment and instruction of all the little good boys, and girls, who are able and willing to read it. By Mrs. Meanwell.","By Mrs. Meanwell.","Mrs. Meanwell","printed by T. Evans, no. 79, Long-lane, West-Smithfield",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Trigesimo-secundo,,,,1,"31, [1]","ESTC N50209",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12430,"The Florist; or, Poetical Nosegay.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Unknown,,,,1,64,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J138",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Welsh 221" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12525,"The Governess: or, Evening Amusements, at a Boarding School.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Vernor and Hood, Poultry, and sold by E. Newbery, St. Paul's Church-Yard; by Tegg and Dewick, Westmoreland Buildings, Aldersgate Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Vicesimo-quarto,13,9,,1,"iv, 119","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J149; ECCO CW115488193; ESTC T133044",,2,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL RB.23.a.5743.; V&A(GL); Renier; A. R. Heath, Cat. 22 item 91" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12593,"The History of Tommy Careless; or, The Misfortunes of a Week. Adorned with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Sextodecimo,,,,1,31,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J176(2)",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12708,"The Juvenile Preceptor, or a Course of Moral and Scientific Instructions. For the use of both sexes. Vol. i. Containing spelling and reading lessons, not exceeding one syllable.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by George Nicholson, Poughnill, near Ludlow: and also in London by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; E. Newbury, corner of St. Paul's Churchyard; R. Bickerstaff, 210 Strand; and all other booksellers",no,Ludlow,GB,52.3743100,-2.7131100,1800,Unknown,14,8,,1,"xiii, 234","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J199A",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",Parkinson 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13959,"The Life, Adventures and Distresses of Charlotte Dupont, and Her Lover Belanger; Who, It is Supposed, Underwent a Greater Variety of Real Misfortunes, and Miraculous Adventures, Than Any Couple That Ever Existed.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Unknown,,,,,48,"Bearden-White 136",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15732,"The Man of Pleasure; or, Memoirs of Will M. Wilding, Written by Himself.","Will M. Wilding, Written by Himself.","Will M. Wilding","Printed for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,72,"Bearden-White 140",0,1,,,Memoirs, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13596,"The Man of Pleasure; or, Memoirs of Willm. Wilding, Esq. Written by Himself.","Memoirs of Willm. Wilding, Esq. Written by Himself.","Willm. Wilding, Esq.","Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, For Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court, Coleman-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,72,"British Library RB.23.a.8397(5); ECCO CB0130013226; ESTC T65083",0,1,,,Memoirs,"BL RB.23.a.8397(5)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12767,"The Menagerie; or, a Peep at the Quadruped Race. Being an exhibition of one hundred and ten animals, neatly engraved on copper-plates, with their characters. Intended as a present for every curious miss and master.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, by J. Cundee, Ivy-Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Unknown,14,8,,1,34,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J243; British Library C.141.bb.13.; ESTC T126680",,2,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","DES; BL C.141.bb.13." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13976,"The Misfortunes of Love; or, The Adventures of Henry and Julia. To Which is Added, the Pathetic History of Leonora.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-rose-court, Coleman-street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Duodecimo,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 140; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=RU2MRCfOF3YC; ECCO CW0112399759; ESTC T131892; British Library 1507/393.",,,6.0,,Fiction,"BL 1507/393." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12900,"Virtue and vice: or, The history of Charles Careful, and Harry Heedless. Shewing the good effects of caution and prudence, and the many inconveniences that Harry Heedless experienced from his rashness and disobedience, while Master Careful became a great man, only by his merit.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Trigesimo-secundo,,,,1,57,"ESTC N52681; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J371(3)",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature",OOxM 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12918,"Visits to the aviary. For the instruction of youth.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Vernor and Hood, Poultry, by J. Wright, Denmark-Court, and sold by E. Newbery, St. Paul's Church-yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1800,Duodecimo,14,9,,1,136,"ESTC T98339; John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J374",,2,,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; CUL; V&A(GL); Osborne, cat. p. 215; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13767,"William and George. The rich boy and the poor boy; or, A contented mind is the best feast. Adorned with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1800,Unknown,10,6,,1,23,"Houghton Library *44W-2111",0,0,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2111" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11663,"Almeda; or, the Neapolitan Revenge: A Tragic Drama","By a lady.",,"London: Printed for H. D. Symonds, No. 20, Paternoster-row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Octavo,22,13,,1,71,"Jackson Bibliography 15727; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01014815376",,2,,,Drama,"BL 11779.f.36" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12123,"Choice Scraps, Historical and Biographical, Consisting of Pleasing Stories and Diverting Anecdotes, Most of them short to prevent their being tiresome. Comprehending much useful information and innocent amusement. For young minds. Embellished with copper-plate cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,,,,,1,,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J55 (3)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Romer's list 27, item 14" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13899,"English Nights Entertainments. Edmund and Albina; or, Gothic Times. A Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,46,"Bearden-White 124; British Library BL RB.23.a.2185(5)",,,9.0,,"Fiction Romance","BL RB.23.a.2185(5)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13600,"English nights entertainments. Romances and Gothic tales. Containing The Ruins of the Abbey of Fitz-Martin. The Bleeding Nun of St. Catherine's. The Castle on the Beach; or, a sea-side story. The Mysterious Monk; or, the cave of blood. Courtney Castle; or, the robber's cavern. The Castle of Hospitality; or, the spectre.",Anonymous.,,"printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman Street; and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,48,"British Library RB.23.a.2185(4); Bearden-White 147",0,0,9.0,,"Fiction Romance","BL RB.23.a.2185(4)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13599,"English nights entertainments. The Black Valley; or, the castle of Rosenberg. A Romance.",,,"printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman Street; and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,48,"British Library RB.23.a.2185(1); Bearden-White 120",0,0,9.0,,"Fiction Romance","BL RB.23.a.2185(1)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13553,"English Nights Entertainments. The Haunted Castle; or, The Child of Misforture. A gothic tale.",,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Unknown,17,10,,1,48,"Houghton Library *EC8.A100B804l v.2; British Library RB.23.a.2185(2)",0,0,6.0,,"Fiction Tale","Houghton *EC8.A100B804l v.2; BL RB.23.a.2185(2)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13464,"English Nights Entertainments. The life and surprising adventures, and most remarkable escapes, of Rinaldo Rinaldini, captain of a banditti of robbers.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court, Coleman-Street; and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Sexto,18,9,,1,48,"British Library RB.23.a.1857(4); Houghton Library 19463.31.4.10*; British Library RB.23.a.2185(3)",,,9.0,,Fiction,"BL RB.23.a.1857(4) and RB.23.a.2185(3); Houghton 19463.31.4.10*" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12713,"Juvenile Stories and Dialogues, composed chiefly in words of two syllables, for the use of schools, and young readers.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Vernor and Hood, No. 31, Poultry; and E. Newbery, St. Paul's Churchyard; by J. Bonsor, Salisbury Square.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Unknown,14,9,,1,176,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J202(2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Oup; LEI; LWaPL" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13968,"Lives of Most Remarkable Female Robbers; The German Princess, a Robber & Impostor. Moll Cut-Purse, a Pickpocket & Highwaywoman. Mary Read [and] Anne Bonny, Pirates. Nan Hereford, a Cheat & Impostor.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 139",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10835,"Miscellaneous Poems",Anonymous,,"printed by W. Shelmerdine and Co.",no,Manchester,GB,53.4809500,-2.2374300,1801,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,144,"Jackson Bibliography 16440",,,,,Poetry,"BL 994.c.21" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12787,"Newbery's Familiar Letter Writer: Containing a Variety of Useful Letters, Calculated for the Most Common Occurrences, and Adapted to the Capacities of Young People,",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Churchyard; and Crosby and Letterman, Stationers Court, Paternoster Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Octodecimo,14,9,"New edition",1,"iv, 204","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J264(2)",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature",BM 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12820,"Pleasant Tales, to improve the mind, and correct the morals of youth.",Anonymous,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard. By H. Bryer, Bridewell-Hospital",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,,14,8,,1,147,"John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J292",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; Osborne, cat. p. 289; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14071,"Romances and Gothic Tales. Containing: The Ruins of the Abbey of Fitzmartin. The Bleeding Nun of St. Catharine’s. The Castle on the Beach; or, A Seaside Story. The Mysterious Monk; or, The Cave of Blood. Courtney Castle; or, The Robber’s Cavern. The Castle of Hospitality; or, The Spectre.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 147",,,9.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12869,"Sketches from Nature, Intended for the use of young persons.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for E. Newbery, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard, by H. Bryer, Bridewell-Hospital",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,,14,8,,1,"iv, 130","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J337; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=JKIYAAAAYAAJ",,1,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BM; Opie; Welch; DLC; UCLA; Sexton, cat. 57 item 355; Harvard College Library Juv 801.24" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14089,"Tales of Wonder. Containing The Castle of Enchantment; or, The Mysterious Deception; The Robber's Daughter; or, The Phantom of the Grotto; The Magic-Legacy &c.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine and sold by T. Hurst",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,,,,,1,50,"Bearden-White 151; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=MCx5qONt9J0C",,,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13881,"The Black Valley; or, The Castle of Rosenberg. A Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Unknown,18,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 120; British Library RB.23.a.8395.(5.).",,,6.0,,"Fiction Romance",RB.23.a.8395.(5.). 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12057,"The Blossoms of Morality. Intended for the Amusement & Instruction of Young Ladies & Gentlemen. By the editor of The Looking-Glass for the Mind. With Forty-Seven Cuts, Designed and Engraved by I. Bewick. The third edition.","By the editor of The Looking-Glass for the Mind.",,"Printed by J. Crowder, Warwick-Square; for E. Newbery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Unknown,17,10,"The third edition.",1,"x, 221","John Newbery and His Successors, 1750-1814 (S. Roscoe) J39 (4); British Library 1568/8567.; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01017451377",,2,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley; CUL; NorBM; Sotheby 24.3.72, lot 355; BmPL; Osborne, Cat. p. 268; Welch; UCLA; Maxwell Hunley, Cat. 48, item 173" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24830,"The Haunted Castle; or, The Child of Misforture. A gothic tale.",,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Hathi Trust Digital Library https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uiuo.ark:/13960/t1qg3f098&view=1up&seq=7&skin=2021; Archive.org https://archive.org/details/hauntedcastleorc00unse/page/n5/mode/2up; Bearden-White 127",0,0,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13920,"The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1802. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 128",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13961,"The Life, Surprising Adventures, and Most Remarkable Escapes of Rinaldo Rinaldini, Captain of a Banditti of Robbers.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 137; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Life_Surprising_Adventures_and_Most/6IldojebNLkC",,,9.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24807,"The Man of Pleasure; or, Memoirs of Willm. Wilding, Esq. Written by Himself.","Memoirs of Willm. Wilding, Esq. Written by Himself.","Willm. Wilding, Esq.","Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, For Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court, Coleman-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Duodecimo,,,,1,72,"Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=lOY8AQAAIAAJ&pg=PA1&lpg=PA1&dq=The+Man+of+Pleasure;+or,+Memoirs+of+Will+M.+Wilding,+Written+by+Himself.&source=bl&ots=kQ_eFufbV3&sig=ACfU3U2R251a93KVbtiR-wWTY2YD8Lfq0w&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjN7rCp3_H0AhVBKDQIHQe0Co0Q6AF6BAgtEAM#v=onepage&q&f=false",,1,,,Memoirs, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8463,"The rebel: a tale of the times.","By a lady",,"Printed by J. Stockdale for P. Wogan, W. Porter, J. Rice, J. Halpen, H. Colbert, B. Dornin, G. Folingsby, and J. Stockdale",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1801,Unknown,,,"[Irish 1]",1,,"The English Novel 1770-1829 1799: 15",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13587,"The Reprobate or Voyages and Singular Adventures of David Doubtful.",,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine White Rose Ct Coleman St. and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,Unknown,17,10,,1,38,"Houghton Library 25276.43.382*; British Library RB.23.a.32039; Bearden-White 146; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015078569970&view=1up&seq=1",,,6.0,,Fiction,"BL RB.23.a.32039" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14084,"The Strange and Unaccountable Life of Daniel Dancer, Esq. Who Died in a Sack, Though Worth Upwards of £3000 a Year. With Singular Anecdotes of Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer. To Which Are Added, the Remarkable Life of John Overs; With Some Account of His Daughter, Who Was the Original Founder of St. Mary Overs' Church in the Borough; and, The Origin of London Bridge.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,,,,,1,58,"Bearden-White 150",,,6.0,,"Fiction; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14092,"The Three Misers: The Strange and Unaccountable Life of Daniel Dancer, Esq. Who Died in a Sack, Though Worth Upwards of £3000 a Year. With Singular Anecdotes of Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer. To Which Are Added, The Life and Remarkable Death of John Overs, With Some Account of His Daughter.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,,,,,,36,"Bearden-White 152",,,,,"Fiction; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14094,"The True-Born Englishman, A Satire.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, Lombard-Street, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 152-53",,,6.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14098,"The Universal Songster. Monstrous Droll Songs for the Year 1801. In Which is Introduced, The History of Three Finger'd Jack. With a Selection of Toasts and Sentiments.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and Sold by T. Hurst",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1801,,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 153-54",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13103,"A geographical companion to Mrs. Trimmer's Scripture, Ancient, and English abridged histories; with prints; calculated to render the study of history more interesting to children, and to serve as an easy introduction to the knowledge of the Earth. In three parts. Part 1st, Agreeing with Scripture History. Part 2d, with Ancient and Roman History. Part 3d, with English History.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Harris; Darton and Harvey; B. Crosby and Co.; and J. Hatcherd",no,Exton,GB,52.6910600,-0.6346300,1802,Unknown,16,9,,3,"xiv, 44; 29; 41","The Dartons (Lawrence Darton, 2004) G378(1)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL; P/c; Moon" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13598,"Canterbury Tales. In two parts. Containing Part 1. The great devil's tale, The Old Abbey tale, The British Sailor's Tale, and the Knight's tale. Part 2. A Winter's Tale, A Forest Tale, The Fair Russian's Tale, and the Indian's Tale. With two fine engravings.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Duodecimo,17,10,,2,"I 42; II 42","Houghton Library *EC8.A100B804l v.1 only; British Library RB.23.a.22264; British Library 12614.b.12.",0,1,6.0,,"Fiction Tale","BL RB.23.a.22264; 12614.b.12." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15742,"Canterbury Tales. Part 2, A Winter's Tale; or, The Desolate Mansion. A Forest Tale; or, The Midnight Hour. The Fair Russian's Tale. And The Indian's Tale.",Anonymous.,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Duodecimo,,,,2,42,"Bearden-White 121; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=qFbPmQEACAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false",0,,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13902,"English Nights Entertainments. Consisting of a Selection of Histories, Adventures, Lives.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Unknown,,,,4,,"Bearden-White 124-25",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13550,"English Nights Entertainments. The Children of the Priory; or, wars of old. An historical romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Unknown,17,10,,1,46,"Houghton Library *EC8.A100B804l v.1; Bearden-White 122-23; Google Books ceVFAQAAMAAJ",0,0,6.0,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14076,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14088,"Tales of Terror! or, More Ghosts. Forming a Complete Phantasmagoria.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,,,,,1,32,"Houghton Library *EC8.A100B804l v.1",,,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15756,"Tales of Terror! or, More Ghosts. Forming a Complete Phantasmagoria.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 151",,,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13807,"The Art of Cookery: Made Plain and Easy",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine & J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Unknown,,,,1,84,"Bearden-White 118",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13435,"The Black Forest; or the Cavern of Horrors! A Gothic Romance.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine, White Rose C. Coleman St. and sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Duodecimo,17,,,1,40,"British Library RB.23.a.20004",,,6.0,,"Fiction Romance","BL RB.23.a.20004" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13880,"The Black Forest; or, The Cavern of Horrors! A Gothic Romance. Translated From the German.",Anonymous,,"Printed by J. Bonsor for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Unknown,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 128",,,6.0,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,13880,"The Black Forest; or, The Cavern of Horrors! A Gothic Romance. Translated From the German.",Anonymous,,"Printed by J. Bonsor for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Unknown,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 128",,,6.0,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13921,"The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1803. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and sold by T. Hurst",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 136",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13962,"The Life, Voyages, Surprising Incidents, and Sea Battles of the Famous Commodore Paul Jones, the American Corsair. In Which are contained a Variety of Important Facts, displaying the Revolution of Fortune that this Naval Adventurer underwent and The Interesting Life, Travels, Voyages and Daring Engagements, of that Celebrated and Justly Notorious Pirate, Paul Jones; containing numerous Anecdotes of Undaunted Courage, in the Prosecution of his Nefarious Undertakings.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 145",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13984,"The New Mentor: Being a Miscellaneous Selection, in Prose and Verse, From the Most Celebrated Authors; Calculated to Form the Taste and Improve the Minds of the Rising Generation.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Unknown,,,,1,225,"Bearden-White 150",,,,,Miscellany, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,467,"The Secret Oath: or Blood-Stained Dagger, a Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed for T. Hurst, No. 32, Paternoster-Row; And sold by J. Wallis, and T. Hughes, Paternoster-Row; C. Chapple, Pall-Mall; T. Dean, Newgate-street; J. Dingle, Bury; T. Gibbons, Bath; T. Richards, and W. Gray, Plymouth; Messrs. Clarke and Co. Manchester; & Harrod and Turner, Nottingham. Printed by T. Plummer, Seething-Lane, Tower-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,Unknown,,,,1,72,"Orlando 9265; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://hdl.handle.net/2027/umn.31951002029837l",,,,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15733,"The True-Born Englishman, A Satire.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, Lombard-Street, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1802,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152-53",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11667,"A Poetical Address from the Jerusalem to the Commanders and Officers, in the Service of the Honourable East India Company; Occasioned by Having Read Two Letters on East India Shipping . . . .","a lady",,"printed by James Swan",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,Duodecimo,15,10,,1,12,"Jackson Bibliography 17065; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01017681102",,,,,Poetry,"BL 992.g.17 (3)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,505,"Letters of Miss Riversdale. A Novel. In Three Volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,Unknown,,,,3,"I 372; II 367; III 425","Orlando 18646; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uc1.$b250118; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uc1.$b250119; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://hdl.handle.net/2027/uc1.$b250120",,,,,"Fiction Novel", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Editor,614,"Poetical Attempts, by Ann Candler, a Suffolk Cottager; with a short narrative of her life.","by Ann Candler, a Suffolk cottager",,"Printed and Sold by John Raw; Also, sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster Row, London.",no,Ipswich,GB,52.0591700,1.1554500,1803,Unknown,15,9,,1,"xiv, 68","Google Books sKFYAAAAcAAJ; Jackson Bibliography 17066",,,,,"Poetry Collection","BL 11632.aa.11" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15743,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13892,"The Castle of the Pyrenees; or, the Wanderer of the Alps. An Historic Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 130",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13536,"The Cottager's Daughter: or, the sorrows of Rosa. A Pathetic Tale.",,,"Printed for J. Roe, 38 Chiswell Street; and Anne Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the Booksellers in the United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,Unknown,14,8,,1,288,"Houghton Library *EC8.H7288.800bb",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13895,"The Cottager's Daughter; or, The Sorrows of Rosa.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 131",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13907,"The Fair Wanderer; or, The History of Caroline Dormer, A Reformed Prostitute, Written by Herself. In Which is Introduced, Lucy of Leinster; A Pathetic Tale.","History of Caroline Dormer ... Written by Herself.","Caroline Dormer.","Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and sold by T. Hurst",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,Unknown,,,,1,42,"Bearden-White 133; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=inu.30000115388203&view=1up&seq=7&skin=2021; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_fair_wanderer_or_The_history_of_Caro/aIcIAAAAQAAJ?hl=en&gbpv=0",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13922,"The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1804. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe and sold by T. Hurst",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 136",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13943,"The History of the Renowned John of Calais, and the Beautiful Constance, Princess of Portugal. To Which is Added The Monk and Spectre. A Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 139-40",,,,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13988,"The Orphan of the Castle; or, The Haunted Tower. A Gothic Story.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,Unknown,,,,1,44,"Bearden-White 151; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=ySbxbe-Z_qYC",,,6.0,,"Fiction Story", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,20988,"The Parents' friend: or Extracts from the Principal Works on Education, from the time of Montaigne to the present day, methodized and arranged. With observations and notes by the editor. In two volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed by Jane Aitken, for Patrick Byrne and Mathew Carey, Sold by them, and by John Conrad and Co. and Samuel F. Bradford, Philadelphia; Samuel Campbell, New-York; Thomas and Andrews, Boston; M. Conrad and Co. and Bonsall and Niles, Baltimore. [Vol. I]; Printed by B. Graves, for Patrick Byrne and Mathew Carey, Sold by them, and by John Conrad and Co. and Samuel F. Bradford, Philadelphia; Samuel Campbell, New-York; Thomas and Andrews, Boston; M. Conrad and Co. and Bonsall and Niles, Baltimore. [Vol. II]",no,Philadelphia,US,39.9523300,-75.1637900,1803,,21,,,2,"I xii, 347; II 386","American Antiquarian Society 283704; America's Historical Imprints II: Shaw-Shoemaker, 1801-1819 4815; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=iQMTAAAAIAAJ",,,,,Education, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14072,"The Round Tower; or, The Mystery. A Romantic Tale. To Which is Added, The Noble Genoese. A Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 155",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale; Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14077,"The Seven Voyages of Sindbad, the Sailor.",Anonymous,,"Printed by H. Lemoine, Chiswell-Street, for J. Roe, 38, Chiswell Street, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 156",,,4.0,,"Travel/Tourism/Topography; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14085,"The Strange and Unaccountable Life of Daniel Dancer, Esq. Who Died in a Sack, Though Worth Upwards of £3000 a Year. With Singular Anecdotes of Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer. To Which is Now Added, the Remarkable Life of Baron D'Aguilar, with Some Account of His Starvation Farm",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine, and Sold by T. Hurst",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 158",,,,,"Fiction; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14091,"The Tell-Tale; or, Universal Museum. Consisting of a Series of Interesting Adventures, Voyages, Histories, Lives, Tales, and Romances.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 160",,,,,"Fiction Tale; Fiction Romance; Miscellany", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15735,"The True-Born Englishman, A Satire.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, Lombard-Street, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152-53",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14113,"The White Castle; or, The Island of Solitude. A Gothic Romance. To Which is Added, The Cabinet; or, Fatal Curiosity. An Arabian Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1803,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 165-6",,,4.0,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13885,"British Oak; or, A Soldier's Benevolence. A Pathetic Tale. To Which is Added. The Water Carrier. An Eastern Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, 38, Chiswell Street, and Anne Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 129",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13904,"Ernestina; or, The Fair German. An Interesting Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, For Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street, And J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the Booksellers in The United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 133; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Ernestina_or_The_fair_German_An_interest/34DP2eFk3U8C",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13537,"Ethelinda; or, the fair made of the Inn. An Interesting Tale.",Anonymous.,,"Printed for J. Roe, 38, Chiswell Street; and Anne Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the Booksellers in the United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,14,8,,1,35,"Houghton Library *EC8.H7288.800bb",0,0,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13908,"Fairy Romances. Containing The Enchanted Castle, The Mystic Ring; or, The Enchantments of Oladine, The Magic Statues, and The Magician; or, The Two Champions.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 134",,,,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13585,"Fun and frolic; or, A comic journal of wit. Being a new collection of humourous jests, bon mots, Irish blunders, whimsical adventures, double entendres, sharp repartees, droll stories, and anecdotes of various well-known facetious characters, who, in a decided oppositon to melancholy, pledged themselves to live in constant emnity to old care, till they effected his dissolution in the stream of their mirth.",,,"Printed and published by A. Kemmish, 17, King-Stret, Borough;--also published by Huges, Stationer's Court, Ludgate Hill; Champante and Co. Jewry-Street, Aldgate; Ker, 34, Great-Surrey Street, Blackfriars Road; N. and J. Muggeridge, and Wilmott and Hill, Borough; Smith, Maidstone---and all other Booksellers.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,16,9,,1,40,"Houghton Library *EC8 A100 B809j",,,6.0,,Miscellany,"Houghton *EC8 A100 B809j" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8631,"Memoirs of Henry Lenox, Interspersed with Legendary Romances. By the Hon. Miss Lenox.","By the Hon. Miss Lenox","Miss Lenox","Printed by D. N. Shury, No 7, Berwick Street, Soho, for J. F. and G. Hughes, Wigmore Street, Cavendish Square",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Duodecimo,,,,1,211,"The English Novel 1770-1829 1804: 41; NSTC L1179",,,,,"Fiction Romance","BL 1153.l.8; ECB 338; NSTC L1179 (BI O)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11178,"Old Daddy Gander's fairy tales: consisting of the interesting story of The bleeding finger; or The lady with the golden thumb: The story of Phebe the Good; or The glorious hand: The story of Princess Hebe; or her flight from the usurper of her throne, to Ardella Wood: The house of instruction ... and The Princess of Arcadia; or The marriage of Theseus, Prince of the Flowery Isles.",Anonymous,,"Printed in St. John's Lane, Clerkenwell by S. Fisher and sold at no. 30, Warwick-Lane, Newgate-Street. May also be had of all other Booksellers, and News-Venders.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,19,,,1,50,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u569990; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Old_Daddy_Gander_s_Fairy_Tales_Bleeding/H0NgAAAAcAAJ",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, II:919" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15744,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14082,"Somerset Castle; or, The Father and Daughter. A Tragic Tale. To Which is Added, Ghost and No Ghost: Or, The Dungeon.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, no. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 158; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=J1vMv4Cw0oUC",,,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10492,"Tabart's collection of popular stories for the nursery; from the French, Italian, and old English writers, newly translated and revised.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Tabart & Co.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,14,,,1,187,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1427207",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","cf. Osborne catalogue, II:598; Moon, M. Benjamin Tabart's Juvenile Library, 167(1)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13554,"Tales of Wonder containing the Castle of Enchantment or The Mysteries of Deception. The Robbers Daughter or The Phantom of the Grotto. The Magic-Legacy &c.",,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Cot., Coleman St. Sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,17,10,,1,72,"Houghton Library *EC8.A100B804l v.2",0,,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11855,"The Aunt and the Niece. A novel. In two volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed at the Minerva-Press, for Lane, Newman, and Co. Leadenhall-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I 248; II 324","The English Novel 1770-1829 1804: 3; NCCO GALE|PTVVGH398089374; British Library C.144.a.2.",,,,,"Fiction Novel","Corvey; CME 3-628-47079-X; NSTC A2010.5 (BI BL)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13883,"The Brazier's Daughter; or, A History of Ethelred and Ethelgive. An Historic Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street and J. Roe, no. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 128; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Brazier_s_Daughter_Or_History_of_Eth/0pzkOAxYjEgC",,,4.0,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,8624,"The Captive of Valence; or The Last Moments of Pius VI. In Two Volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for G. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row, by W. Meyler, Grove, Bath",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Octavo,,,,2,"I 253; II 268, ill.","The English Novel 1770-1829 1804: 24; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=v6kBAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=""the captive of valence""&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjnueq706zLAhVB9mMKHYAWADEQ6AEIHDAA#v=onepage&q=""the captive of valence""&f=false",,,,,Fiction,"BL 12512.aaa.26; NSTC P2020 (BI O)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13890,"The Castle of Montalbert; or, The Fatal Prediction.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 130",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13901,"The Enchanted Castle.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 132",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13906,"The Fair Savage; or, The Beauty of the Woods.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 133",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13917,"The Ghost of the Rock.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 135",,,,,"Fiction Story; Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13538,"The Ghost of the Rock. A Romantic Story. To which is added, the Fortunate Robbery, a true story.",,,"Printed for J. Roe, 38, Chiswell Street; and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the Booksellers in the United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,14,8,,1,36,"Houghton Library *EC8.H7288.800bb",0,0,4.0,,"Fiction Story; Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13928,"The Hermit of the Grove; or, The Fatal Effects of Gaming. A Tale, Alas! Too True.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 137; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Hermit_of_the_Grove_Or_The_Fatal_Eff/pZzV3WA5I1cC",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13936,"The History of Arden of Feversham. A Tragic Fact of 1550. To Which is Added, The White Tower. An Historic Tale. By John Chilton.","By John Chilton.","John Chilton","Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,34,"Bearden-White 138",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13949,"The Knight of the Broom Flower; or, Horrors of the Priory. A Romance. To Which is Added, Warrington Grange; or, Victims of Treachery. A Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 141",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13955,"The Life and Transactions of the Fortunate Sir Richard Whittington. Three Times Lord Mayor of London, 1397-1406-1419.",Anonymous.,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 143",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14075,"The Secret Nuptials; or, Beauty in Distress.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14079,"The Sicilian Pirate; or, The Pillar of Mystery. A Terrific Romance. Forming the Singular Life and Adventures of Adelmorn; Who, After Selling Himself to the Devil, at the Instigation of a Lapland Wizzard, Becomes a Notorious Pirate, and, By His Depredations and Cruelties, Renders Himself the Terror of the Northern Parts of Europe. At Length the Wizzard’s Predictions is Fulfilled, and He Ends His Days Overwhelmed with Anguish and Despair.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdoms",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 156-7",,,6.0,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14090,"The Tartarian Prince; or, The Stranger. An Historic Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 160",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14154,"The Tell-Tale; or, Universal Museum. Consisting of a Series of Interesting Adventures, Voyages, Histories, Lives, Tales, and Romances.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 160",,,,,"Fiction Tale; Fiction Romance; Miscellany", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15736,"The True-Born Englishman, A Satire.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, Lombard-Street, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152-53",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14096,"The Unfortunate Caledonian; or, Voyages and Adventures of Donald Cameron. Written by Himself.","Donald Cameron. Written by Himself.","Donald Cameron.","Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 161",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14097,"The Universal Songster. Containing a Choice Selection of Modern & Approved Songs: With Toasts & Sentiments.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine and Sold by T. Hurst, 1804.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,50,"Bearden-White 161",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14101,"The Village Maid; or, The Interesting Adventures of Montsirant.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 162",,,4.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14833,"The Village Maid; or, The Interesting Adventures of Montsirant.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 162",,,4.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14116,"William of the Wood; or, The Royal Fugitives. An Interesting Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers of the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1804,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 167",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13900,"Edwin; or, The Wandering Fugitive. An History Founded on Facts.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street and J. Roe, no. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 132; Houghton Library *EC8.H7288.800bb",,,4.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13910,"Fatal Curiosity; or, The Interesting History of Edward Wilmot.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 134",,,3.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11830,"Interesting Tales: Consisting of Isidore, Arthur, The Clear-Sighted Blind Man, Robert, and The Hogs-head. Translated from the French, by a lady.","Translated from the French, by a lady.",,"Printed for Vernor and Hood, in the Poultry; and J. Harris, Corner of St. Paul's Church-yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,18,11,,1,211,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (745); Archive.org https://archive.org/details/interestingtales00semp/page/n9/mode/2up",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL; Bod." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14123,"Marlton Abbey; or, The Mystic Tomb of St. Angelo. A Romance.","M. Chapman","M. Chapman","Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch, 1805.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 168",,,,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13995,"Popular Tales, Lives, and Adventures, Volume I.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,6,,"Bearden-White 153",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15745,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Compiler,13808,"The Authentic History of the Gallant Life, Heroic Actions, and Sea Fights, of Horatio, Lord Viscount Nelson Chiefly Compiled from His Own Letters and Official Papers","Chiefly Compiled from His Own Letters and Official Papers.",,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne Lane, For Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the Booksellers in The United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Authentic_History_of_the_Gallant_Lif/6aoZvCFNAdIC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=6aoZvCFNAdIC&printsec=frontcover; Bearden-White 126",,,3.0,,"Letters; Memoirs", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13809,"The Banditti of Monte Baldo; or, The Lass of the Lake. A Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 127; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Banditti_of_Monte_Baldo_Or_The_Lass/UMixbRWyUkIC",,,4.0,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13877,"The Beautiful African; or, Love and Slavery. An Interesting Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 127; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Beautiful_African_Or_Love_and_Slaver/ADZ7YeUy6o8C",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13878,"The Beggar Boy; or, History and Adventures of James Altamont, Afterwards Earl Altamont, Who Was Deprived (for a Time) of His Inheritance, and Conveyed, by the Infamous Contrivance of His Uncle, to America, Where He Remained Thirteen Years in Slavery.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, For Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street, And J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the Booksellers in The United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 127; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Beggar_Boy_Or_History_and_Adventures/XcXGxvQYi1AC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=XcXGxvQYi1AC&printsec=frontcover",,,4.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13558,"The Fish and the Ring; or, the fortunate farmer's daughter. A story founded on facts.",,,"Printed for J. Roe, No. 38, Chiswell Street; and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the Booksellers in the United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,13,7,,1,36,"Houghton Library F.284.2*",0,0,3.0,,"Fiction Story", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13911,"The Fish and the Ring; or, The Fortunate Farmer's Daughter. A Story Founded on Facts. With: The Life and Unparalleled Voyages and Adventures of Ambrose Gwinnett.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,,,,,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 134",,,,,"Fiction Story", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13913,"The Forty Thieves; or, The Story of Ali Baba and His Female Slave, On Which is Founded the Popular Operatic Romance, as Performed at the Theatre-Royal. Drury-Lane.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane; for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street; and J. Roe, no. 90, Houndsditch; Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 134-5",,,3.0,,"Fiction Story", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13923,"The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1806. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 136",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11567,"The History of a Doll; Containing its origin and progress through life, with the various calamities that befell it; By Mrs. Nancy Meanwell.","By Mrs. Nancy Meanwell.","Nancy Meanwell","Printed for J. Harris by J. Crowder",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,10,,,1,31,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 530(1)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",Lilly 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13938,"The History of Mr. John Winchcomb, Alias Jack of Newbury, the Famous and Worthy Clothier of England, Etc.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street and J. Roe, no. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 138",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13944,"The Hunter of the Alps. To Which is Added The History of the Amazons; or, Female Warriors.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 140",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13947,"The Italian Lovers; or, The Mock Funeral.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,34,"Bearden-White 140",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13960,"The Life and Unparalleled Voyages and Adventures of Ambrose Gwinett, Formerly Well Known to the Public, as the Lame Beggar, Written by Himself.","Ambrose Gwinett, Formerly Well Known to the Public, as the Lame Beggar, Written by Himself.","Ambrose Gwinett","Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 144",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13987,"The Orphan of the Alps, or, The Captive Girl.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 151",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13989,"The Peasant Boy; or, The Events of De Courcy Castle. To Which is Added, Celestina. A Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 151; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=MsPR0ANJ9a8C",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14069,"The Robbers of the Forest; or, The Unfortunate Princess. An Interesting Romance. To Which is Added, the True Story of the Lady of the Rock.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,,,,,1,30,"Bearden-White 154; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=lfz6ot9KxUkC",,4,,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14080,"The Singular History of Sir Simon Montford, the Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green, and His Fair Daughter Besse.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 157",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14086,"The Strange and Unaccountable Life of Daniel Dancer, Esq. Who Died in a Sack, Though Worth Upwards of £3000 a Year. With Singular Anecdotes of Jemmy Taylor, the Southwark Usurer. To Which is Now Added, the Remarkable Life of Baron D'Aguilar, with Some Account of His Starvation Farm.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine, and Sold by T. Hurst",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 159",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14155,"The Tell-Tale; or, Universal Museum. Consisting of a Series of Interesting Adventures, Voyages, Histories, Lives, Tales, and Romances.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 160",,,,,"Fiction Tale; Fiction Romance; Miscellany", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15737,"The True-Born Englishman, A Satire.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, Lombard-Street, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152-53",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14112,"The Welch Cottage; or, Adventures of Belinda Beaumont. A Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, Houndsditch. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 165",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14117,"William Wallace, the Hero of the North.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 167",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14122,"Zelia in the Desert; or, The Female Crusoe. Written by Herself.","Zelia in the Desert; or, The Female Crusoe. Written by Herself.","Zelia, the female Crusoe","Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1805,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 168; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015078547430&view=1up&seq=5",,,4.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16009,"Famous History of Whittington and His Cat. Shewing, How, from a poor Country Boy, destitute of Parents or Relations, he attained great Riches, and was promoted to the high and honorable dignity of Lord Mayor of London. Ornamented with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed by Lincoln & Gleason.",no,Hartford,US,41.7637100,-72.6850900,1806,,,,,1,29,"American Antiquarian Society 290095; America's Historical Imprints II: Shaw-Shoemaker, 1801-1819 10384",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","AAS 290095" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13932,"Hero and Leander; or, The Lovers of the Hellespont. An Ancient Tragic Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 137",,,,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15757,"Popular Tales, Lives, and Adventures, Volume II.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,Unknown,,,,6,,"Bearden-White 153",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14073,"Roxalana; or, The Step-Mother. An Historic Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 155",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15746,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13914,"The Four Voyages of Columbus, and Discovery of America.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourn-Lane, For Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the Booksellers in The United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,Unknown,,,,1,108,"Bearden-White 135; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Four_Voyages_of_Columbus_and_Discove/_iMo6vFyEDsC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=_iMo6vFyEDsC&printsec=frontcover",,,,,"Travel/Tourism/Topography; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13929,"The Hermit of the Lakes; or, The Revengeful Brother. A Tale of Truth.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,Unknown,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 137",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13946,"The Invisible Ring; or, The Water Monster, and Fire Spectre. A Romantic Tale Founded on the Popular Aquatic Melo-Drama, as Performed with Universal Applause at Sadler's Wells.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 140",,,,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16137,"The Newport Female Evangelic Miscellany. No. I",Anonymous.,,"Printed at the Office of the Rhode-Island Republican",no,Newport,US,43.3653500,-72.1734200,1806,,22,,,1,16,"American Antiquarian Society 283187; America's Historical Imprints II: Shaw-Shoemaker, 1801-1819 11025",,,,,"Religion/Biblical; Miscellany", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16138,"The Newport Female Evangelic Miscellany. No. II",Anonymous.,,"Printed at the Office of the Rhode-Island Republican.",no,Newport,US,43.3653500,-72.1734200,1806,,22,,,1,16,"American Antiquarian Society 448999; America's Historical Imprints II: Shaw-Shoemaker, 1801-1819 11025",,,,,"Religion/Biblical; Miscellany", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16139,"The Newport Female Evangelic Miscellany. No. III",Anonymous.,,"Printed at the Office of the Newport Mercury.",no,Newport,US,43.3653500,-72.1734200,1806,,22,,,1,16,"American Antiquarian Society 449003; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Newport_Female_Evangelic_Miscellany/1jWPDAEACAAJ",,,,,"Religion/Biblical; Miscellany", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16140,"The Newport Female Evangelic Miscellany. No. IV",,,"Printed at the Office of the Newport Mercury.",no,Newport,US,43.3653500,-72.1734200,1806,,22,,,1,16,"American Antiquarian Society 449006",,,,,"Religion/Biblical; Miscellany", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13991,"The Pocket Navigator, Consisting of a Collection of the Most Select Voyages, Volume 1.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,Unknown,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13992,"The Pocket Navigator, Consisting of a Collection of the Most Select Voyages, Volume 2.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,Unknown,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13993,"The Pocket Navigator, Consisting of a Collection of the Most Select Voyages, Volume 3.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,Unknown,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14074,"The Royal and Noble Lovers; or, The History of the Great Earl of Essex and Queen Elizabeth.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 155",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14081,"The Singular Voyages, Surprising Adventures, Miraculous Escapes, and Wonderful Travels of the Renowned Baron Munchausen. By R.E. Raspe.","By R.E. Raspe.",,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 157",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15738,"The True-Born Englishman, A Satire.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, Lombard-Street, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152-53",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14102,"The Voyage of Commodore Anson Round the World.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,,,,,1,108,"Bearden-White 163",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14103,"The Voyage of Pizarro and Conquest of Peru. With The Voyage and Shipwreck of Captain Shevlock, in an Expedition Against the Spaniards, Under the Command of Captain Clipperton.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 163",,,,,History, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14104,"The Voyage of Woodes Rogers, Round the World. With the Discovery of Alexander Selkirk, the Origin of Robinson Crusoe.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 163",,,,,History, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14105,"The Voyages and Adventures of Sir Walter Raleigh. With the Voyage of Captain Cowley.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1806,,,,,1,46,"Bearden-White 163",,,,,"Travel/Tourism/Topography; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11852,"A Winter in Bath. In four volumes. By the author of two popular novels.","By the author of two popular novels.",,"Printed by J. G. Barnard, Snow-Hill, for B. Crosby and Co. Stationer's Court, Paternoster Row: sold by all the Booksellers in Bath; Richardson, Bristol; Donaldson, Brighton; Harvey, Weymouth; Skelton, and Mrs. Street, Southampton; Garner, Margate; Barry, Hastings; Nash, Tunbridge-Wells; Leek, Cromer; Ruff, Cheltenham; and Burgess, Ramsgate, n.d.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Duodecimo,,,,4,"I 295; II 244; III 269; IV 227","The English Novel 1770-1829 1807: 7; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/010944112",,,,,Fiction,"BL 12654.ee.58; NSTC B1035" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12802,"Barbastal, or, The magician of the forest of Bloody Ash: a romance.",,,"Printed by T. Malden for Ann Lemoine ... and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,14,,,1,46,"Lewis Walpole Library 763 807 B22",,,,,"Fiction Romance","LW 763 807 B22" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,8365,"Baron de Falkenheim. A German Tale of the Sixteenth Century. In two volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed At The Minerva Press, For Lane, Newman, And Co. Leadenhall-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I 304; II 303","The English Novel 1770-1829 1807: 25; Chawton House Library 5283; The English Novel, 1800–1829: Update 2 (June 2001–May 2002) 1807: 25",,9,,,"Fiction Tale","CHL 5283; Corvey; CME 3-628-47106-0; ECB 41; xNSTC" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13969,"Livonia of Venice; or, The Wife of Seven Husbands. A Remarkable Tale. With Madeline of Brittany. An Ancient Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 147",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13759,"Nurse Dandlem's Little Repository of Great Instruction, for All who would be Good and Novle. Containing, Among other interesting Particulars, the surprisign Adventures of Little Wake Wilful, and his happy Deliverance from Giant Grumbolumbo. Ornamented with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1807,Unknown,10,6,,1,31,"Houghton Library *44W-2104",0,0,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2104" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11676,"Poems on Several Occasions.","By a lady of Newry",,,no,Newry,GB,54.1784100,-6.3373900,1807,Unknown,,,,,,"Jackson Bibliography 18528",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15758,"Popular Tales, Lives, and Adventures, Volume III.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,,,,6,,"Bearden-White 153",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15747,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13805,"The Adventures and Escape of Sir H. Middleton, in a Voyage to the East Indies.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 126",,,,,"Travel/Tourism/Topography; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13888,"The Captive Prince; or, Love and Madness: An Heroical Tale of the Fifteenth Century.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Duodecimo,14,8,,1,"47, [1]","Bearden-White 130; British Library BL RB.23.a.37046",,,,,"Fiction Tale","BL RB.23.a.37046" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13891,"The Castle of Savina; or, The Irishman in Italy. A Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 130",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13903,"The English Slaves; or, A Succinct and Authentic Narrative of the Captivity and Sufferings of Eighty-Seven Unfortunate Englishmen, Who Were Shipwrecked on the Coast of Barbary.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,,,,1,32,"Bearden-White 133",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13950,"The Lady of Fashion; or, A Summer in the Country and a Winter in London. Containing a Lesson to Young Men of Moderate Circumstances, Not to Suffer Their Vanity to Lead Them Into Becoming the Dupes of Persons in Higher Stations of Life Than Themselves, Exemplified in the History of Frederick Willows, Founded on a Recent Occurrence Which Took Place in the Circle of Fashionable Life.",Anonymous,,"Printed by Thomas Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 141",,,,,Domestic, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13977,"The Monks of Cluny; or, Castle-Acre Monastery. An Historical Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 149",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13979,"The Mysterious Spaniard; or, The Ruins of St. Luke's Abbey. A Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 149",,,,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13980,"The Narrative of the Hon. John Byron, Containing an Account of the Distresses Suffered by Himself and His Companions on the Coasts of Patagonia, From the Year 1740, Till Their Arrival in England, 1746. With the loss of the wager man of war, one of Admiral Anson's squadron.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourn-Lane, For Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, And J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the Booksellers in The United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 149; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=MVgeijdwZbEC",,,,,"Fiction Novel", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13981,"The Net-Maker of Bagdad; or, The Fool and His Cousin.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane. For Anne Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street; And J. Roe, No.90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the Booksellers in the United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,Unknown,,,,1,48,"Bearden-White 149; Houghton Library *EC8.H7288.800bb",,,,,Fiction,*EC8.H7288.800bb 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14093,"The Tomb of Aurora; or, The Mysterious Summons. A Romance. To Which is Added, The Prisoner; or, The Fortress of Howlitz. A German Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,,14,8,,1,48,"Bearden-White 160; Houghton Library *EC8.Sh445.R807t",,,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15739,"The True-Born Englishman, A Satire.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, Lombard-Street, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152-53",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14099,"The Victory; or, British Harmony. A Collection of New Songs, Toasts and Sentiments, for 1807.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,,,,,1,72,"Bearden-White 162",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14100,"The Victory; or, British Harmony. A Collection of New Songs, Toasts and Sentiments, for 1807.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,,,,,1,72,"Bearden-White 162",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14106,"The Voyages and Distresses of Captain T. James, and Mr. H. Ellis, for the Discovery of a North-West Passage to the South Seas.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 163",,,,,"Travel/Tourism/Topography; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14110,"The Voyages of Captain James Cook Round the World. With an Account of His Unfortunate Death at Owhylee, One of the Sandwich Islands.",Anonymous.,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 165",,,,,"Travel/Tourism/Topography; Biography", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14095,"Twelve O’clock; or, The Three Robbers. A Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1807,,,,,1,47,"Bearden-White 161",,,6.0,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,8772,"Mystery upon Mystery. A Tale of Earlier Times. In Four Volumes. By the author of The Baron de Falkenheim.","By the author of The Baron de Falkenheim",,"Printed at the Minerva-Press, for Lane, Newman, and Co. Leadenhall-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1808,Duodecimo,,,,4,"I 271, ill.; II 268; III 280; IV 259","The English Novel 1770-1829 1808: 51; NCCO GALE|STPNIL923810304; The English Novel, 1800–1829: Update 2 (June 2001–May 2002) 1808: 51",,20,,,"Fiction Tale","Corvey; CME 3-628-48185-6; ECB 403; NSTC M3825 (BI BL)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15748,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1808,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11862,"The Banks of the Wye: or, Two Summers at Clifton. In four volumes. By the author of A Winter in Bath, &c. &c.",Anonymous,,"Printed by C. and R. Baldwin, New Bridge-Street; for B. Crosby and Co. Stationers' Court, Paternoster-Row; sold also by all the Booksellers in Bath and Bristol; Donaldson, Brighton; Harvey, Weymouth; Mrs. Street, Southampton; Bettison, Margate; Barry, Hastings; Mannder and Co. Tunbridge-Wells; Leek, Cromer; and Burgess, Ramgate, n.d.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1808,Duodecimo,,,,4,"I 271; II 247; III 268; IV 259","The English Novel 1770-1829 1808: 1; British Library 12604.cc.7.",,,,,Fiction,"Corvey; CME 3-628-47098-6; ECB 38; xNSTC" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13924,"The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1809. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1808,Unknown,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 136",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13956,"The Life and Trial of Richard Turpin, A Notorious Highwayman: Containing a Particular Account of His Adventures, from His Being First Put an Apprentice to a Butcher in Whitechapel, to His Execution at York for Horse-Stealing, to Which is Added, The Life of Sawney Beane, the Man Eater.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, 38 Chiswell Street; and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1808,Unknown,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 143",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13975,"The Midnight Hour; or, the Fatal Friendship. A Simple Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1808,Unknown,,,,1,60,"Bearden-White 148",,,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13994,"The Pocket Navigator, Consisting of a Collection of the Most Select Voyages, Volume 4.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1808,Unknown,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152-3",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15740,"The True-Born Englishman, A Satire.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, Lombard-Street, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1808,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152-53",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14118,"The Wiltshire Spectre. A Tale. To Which is Added, The Forest of Lindensdorf; or, The Woodcutter's Daughter. A Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1808,,,,,1,47,"Bearden-White 167",,,,,"Fiction Tale; Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14114,"Wild Roses; or, Cottage Tales. With Fine Engravings, Volume 1.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1808,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 166",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13884,"Bellina; or, The Magic Boat.",Anonymous,,"Printed by H. Lemoine for J. Roe, 38 Chiswell Street; and Anne Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 128",,,2.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13915,"Frederick and Caroline.",Anoynymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 135",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13945,"Innocence Rewarded.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 140",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13966,"Little Thumb; or, Seven League Boots.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 146",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Editor,11679,"Poetical Gleanings, on Instructive and Interesting Subjects. Edited by a Lady.","Edited by a Lady.",,"Williams and Smith",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,17,10,,1,"xii, 203","Jackson Bibliography 19247",,,,,Poetry,"CUL S.721.d.80.44" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15759,"Popular Tales, Lives, and Adventures, Volume IV.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,6,,"Bearden-White 153",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15749,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10495,"Tabart's collection of popular stories for the nursery, newly translated and revised, from the French, Italian, and old English writers; adorned with numerous plates. Vol. I.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Tabart & Co.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,14,,,1,187,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1570664; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/ql-MOwAACAAJ?sa=X",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, II:598" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13882,"The Bravo of Perth, or, Voorn the Tiger: Consisting of the Uncommon Adventures, Depredations, and Escapes, of a Bold and Resolute Scotch Outlaw of the Fourteenth Century.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for J. Roe, No. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 128-9",,,4.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13889,"The Castle of Alvidaro; or, The Spanish Quarrel: A Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for J. Roe, No. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square; and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by All the Booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 130",,,6.0,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11868,"The Corinna of England, and a Heroine in the Shade; A Modern Romance, by the Author of ""The Winter in Bath,"" ""The Banks of the Wye,"" ""The Woman of Colour,"" ""Light and Shade,"" &c. &c.","By the Author of ""The Winter in Bath,"" ""The Banks of the Wye,"" ""The Woman of Colour,"" ""Light and Shade,"" &c. &c.",,"Printed for B. Crosby and Co., Stationers' Court, Paternoster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I 232; II 245","The English Novel 1770-1829 1809: 4; NCCO GALE|PUUTML397631279; British Library 12611.h.11.",,9,,,"Fiction Romance","Corvey; CME 3-628-47338-1; ECB 136; NSTC C3663 (BI BL)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9574,"The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1809. To which are added, toasts and sentiments. Second edition, with additions.",Anonymous.,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourn-Lane, for J. Roe, No. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court, Coleman-Street. Sold by all the Booksellers in The United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Octavo,18,11,"Second edition, with additions.",1,38,"Jackson Bibliography 19116; British Library 11603.aa.29.(2.)",,,6.0,,Music,"BL 11603.aa.29.(2.)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13925,"The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1810. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 136",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13964,"The Little Hunch-Back.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 146",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13967,"The Little White Mouse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 146",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13986,"The Orphan Boy; or, The Veiled Statue.",Anonymous,,"Printed J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 151",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14056,"The Recluse of the Woods; or, The Generous Warrior. A Gothic Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square; and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 153",,,4.0,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15741,"The True-Born Englishman, A Satire.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, Lombard-Street, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 152-53",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14120,"The Wonderful History of That Renowned Magician and Conjurer, Friar Bacon.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 167-8",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14115,"Wild Roses; or, Cottage Tales. With Fine Engravings, Volume 2.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman-Street, and J. Roe, No. 90, Houndsditch",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1809,,,,,2,,"Bearden-White 166",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11859,"Black Rock House; or, Dear Bought Experience. A novel. By the author of ""A Winter in Bath,"" ""Eversfield Abbey,"" ""The Corinna of England,"" ""Banks of the Wye,"" ""The Woman of Colour,"" &c. &c. &c. In three volumes.","By the author of ""A Winter in Bath,"" ""Eversfield Abbey,"" ""The Corinna of England,"" ""Banks of the Wye,"" ""The Woman of Colour,"" &c. &c. &c.",,"Printed for B. Crosby and Co,. Stationers' Court, Paternoster-Row; Meyler and Son, Bath; and J. Richardson, Bristol",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 261; II 281; III 245","The English Novel 1770-1829 1810: 5; NCCO GALE|NISKSC355350639",,,,,"Fiction Novel","Corvey; CME 3-628-47204-0; ECB 59; xNSTC" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13996,"Popular Tales, Lives, and Adventures, Volume V.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Unknown,,,,6,,"Bearden-White 153",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13997,"Popular Tales, Lives, and Adventures, Volume VI.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for Ann Lemoine and J. Roe",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Unknown,,,,6,,"Bearden-White 153",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14070,"Rochester Castle; or, Gundulph's Tower. A Gothic Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, 38, Chiswell Street; and Anne Lemoine, White-Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the Booksellers in the United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 154-5; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=vd5PonwJZfkC",,,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15750,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13432,"The Blossoms of Morality. Intended for the Amusement & Instruction of Young Ladies & Gentlemen. By the editor of The Looking-Glass for the Mind. With Forty-Seven Cuts, Designed and Engraved by I. Bewick. The fifth edition.","By the editor of The Looking-Glass for the Mind.",,"Printed for J. Harris; Scatcherd and Letterman; B. Crosby and Co.; Darton and Harvey; Lacking, Alley and Co.; J. Walker; and Vernor and Hood.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Duodecimo,17,9,5,1,"v, 227","British Library 12839.p.4.",0,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 12839.p.4." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13894,"The Cottage in Kent; or, The First of September. An Interesting Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 131; Houghton Library *EC8.H7288.800bb",,,,,"Fiction Tale",*EC8.H7288.800bb 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13912,"The Fortunate History and Adventures of Sir Richard Whittington Including the Insurrection of Wat Tyler & Jack Straw. Faithfully Extracted from Ancient Records.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourn-lane, for J. Roe, 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the Booksellers in the United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 134; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Fortunate_History_and_Adventures_of/OLFcAAAAcAAJ",,,,,Biography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9463,"The Heart of Oak; Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1810 ...",,,"J. Roe and Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Unknown,18,11,,1,38,"Jackson Bibliography 131; British Library BL 11623.bb.46 (3)",,,6.0,,Music,"BL 11623.bb.46 (3)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24817,"The Little Hunch-Back.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 146",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13965,"The Little Tale Teller; or, Simple Stories, Moral and Interesting.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Unknown,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 146",,2,6.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24820,"The Little White Mouse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 146",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13973,"The Maid and the Magpie; or, Which is the Thief? A Pathetic Tale. Founded Upon the Well-Known Fact of an Interesting Female, Who Was Condemned to Death Upon the Strong Circumstantial Evidence of Stealing Various Articles of Plate.",Anonymous,,"Printed by Thomas Maiden, Sherbourne-lane, for J. Roe, 38, Chiswell street, Finsbury square; and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman street. Sold by all booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Unknown,,,,1,28,"Bearden-White 148",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13758,"The Moving Market; or, Cries of London: for the amusement and instruction of Good Children. Adorned with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1810,Unknown,10,6,,1,31,"Houghton Library *44W-2102",,,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2102" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13990,"The Pindar of Wakefield; or, The History and Exploits of George A Green, Fellow Champion and Competitor with Robin Hood.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourn-Lane, for J. Roe, No. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the booksellers in The United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 151; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=bbQ_AAAAYAAJ; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008401166",,,6.0,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14119,"The Witch of Rona; or, The Magic Spell. A Romance.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1810,,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 167",,,,,"Fiction Romance", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11418,"A geographical companion to Mrs. Trimmer's Scripture, Ancient, and English abridged histories; with prints; calculated to render the study of history more interesting to children, and to serve as an easy introduction to the knowledge of the Earth. In three parts. Part 1st, Agreeing with Scripture History. Part 2d, with Ancient and Roman History. Part 3d, with English History.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Harris; Darton and Harvey; B. Crosby and Co., and J. Hatcherd.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,Duodecimo,16,9,"New edition. Revised and corrected.",1,"xvi, 125","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 312A (2); The Dartons (Lawrence Darton, 2004) G378(2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 12835.b.68.; Lilly; Hull U" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13909,"Fanny Felton; or, The Interesting History of a Charity Girl.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, 38 Chiswell Street, and Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 134",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13970,"Lodoiska; or, The Tartar Robber. An Historic Tale. From the Life of the Chevalier de Faublas.",Anonymous,,"Printed by H. Lemoine for J. Roe, 38 Chiswell Street, and Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 147",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11483,"Original Poetry; Consisting of Fugitive Pieces by a lady lately deceased, and Miscellaneous Poems by several authors","By a lady lately deceased ... by several authors",,"the booksellers/ Crosby and Co./ the booksellers",no,Bath,GB,51.3751000,-2.3617200,1811,Octavo,20,12,,1,115,"Jackson Bibliography 689; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01002942293",,5,,,Poetry,"BL 11641.d.60" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15751,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,8927,"The Black Banner; or, The Siege of Clagenfurth. A Romantic Tale. In Four Volumes. By the Author of The Baron de Falkenheim, Mystery Upon Mystery, &c. &c.","By the Author of The Baron de Falkenheim, Mystery Upon Mystery, &c. &c.",,"Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. (Successors to Lane, Newman, & Co.) Leadenhall-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,Duodecimo,,,,4,"I 272; II 290; III 288; IV 322","The English Novel 1770-1829 1811: 36; NCCO GALE|PPILZI902076693; The English Novel, 1800–1829: Update 2 (June 2001–May 2002) 1811: 36",,,,,"Fiction Tale","Corvey; CME 3-628-47198-2; NSTC G2325 (BI BL)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8915,"The Dead Letter Office; and a Tale for the English Farmer's Fire-Side. By the author of Corinna of England, Winter in Bath, Eversfield Abbey, Woman of Colour, Banks of the Wye, &c. &c.","By the author of Corinna of England, Winter in Bath, Eversfield Abbey, Woman of Colour, Banks of the Wye, &c. &c.",,"Printed for B. Crosby and Co. Stationers'-Court, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I 262; II 251","The English Novel 1770-1829 1811: 5; British Library Cup.410.f.1145",,10,,,"Fiction Tale","Corvey; CME 3-628-47380-2; ECB 156; xNSTC" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16010,"The famous history of Whittington and his cat. Shewing, how, from a poor country boy, destitute of parents or relations, he attained great riches, and was promoted to the high and honorable dignity of Lord Mayor of London. Ornamented with cuts",Anonymous.,,"Printed by Peter B. Gleason & Co",no,Hartford,US,41.7637100,-72.6850900,1811,,11,,,1,"30, [2]","American Antiquarian Society 312776; America's Historical Imprints II: Shaw-Shoemaker, 1801-1819 24440",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13926,"The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1811. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine and Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,Unknown,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 137",,,,,"Poetry Lyric", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13927,"The Heart of Oak: Consisting of a Choice Selection of New Songs for the Year 1812. To Which Are Added Toasts and Sentiments.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, 38, Chiswell Street; and Anne Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,Unknown,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 137; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Heart_of_Oak_Consisting_of_a_Choice/ilUJ_6sY6akC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=ilUJ_6sY6akC&printsec=frontcover",,,6.0,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11568,"The History of a Doll; Containing its origin and progress through life, with the various calamities that befell it; By Mrs. Nancy Meanwell.","By Mrs. Nancy Meanwell.","Nancy Meanwell","Printed for J. Harris, successor to E. Newbery",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,Unknown,10,6,,1,31,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 530 (2)",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature",Bod. 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24818,"The Little Hunch-Back.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 146",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24821,"The Little White Mouse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1811,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 146",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13905,"Ethelinda; or, The Fair Maid of the Inn. An Interesting Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, 38, Chiswell Street: and Ann Lemoine. White Rose Court, Coleman Street. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1812,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 133",,,4.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13939,"History of Kitty Wells.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1812,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 139",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15752,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1812,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11856,"Substance and Shadow; or, The Fisherman's Daughters of Brighton. A Patchwork Story. In four volumes. By the author of Light and Shade; Eversfield Abbey; Banks of the Wye; Aunt and Niece, &c. &c.","By the author of Light and Shade; Eversfield Abbey; Banks of the Wye; Aunt and Niece, &c. &c.",,"Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1812,Unknown,,,,4,"I 221; II 264; III 265; IV 288","The English Novel 1770-1829 1812: 16; NCCO GALE|XIHSKX388189640; University of Alberta - Bruce Peel Special Collections PR 4705 F58 S94 1812 v.1-4",,,,,"Fiction Story","Corvey; CME 3-628-48687-4; NSTC B4322 (BI BL)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13919,"The Heart of Oak: A Choice Selection of New Songs for 1813. Being the Sixteenth Annual Collection.",Anonymous,,"Printed by H. Lemoine for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1812,Unknown,,,,1,36,"Bearden-White 135",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24819,"The Little Hunch-Back.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1812,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 146",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24822,"The Little White Mouse.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1812,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 146",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13971,"The Lyre of Love; or, Cupid's Jubilee. A Choice Selection of Valentines, With Their Answers.",Anonymous,,"Printed by T. Maiden for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1812,Unknown,,,,1,38,"Bearden-White 147",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8241,"Yamboo; or, The North American Slave. A Tale. In Three Volumes. By the Author of The Bravo of Bohemia.","By the Author of The Bravo of Bohemia.",,"printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1812,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 243; II 270; III 216","The English Novel 1770-1829 1812: 18; Chawton House Library 6388",,15,,,"Fiction Tale","CHL 6388; Corvey; CME 3-628-4747-4; ECB 651; xNSTC" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15753,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1813,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14690,"The Age We Live In: A Fragment. Dedicated to Every Young Lady of Fashion.",Anonymous,,"London: Printed for Lackington, Allen, and Co. Temple of the Muses, Finsbury-Square.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1813,Duodecimo,,,,1,"iv, 236","The English Novel, 1800–1829 Update 1 (Apr 2000–May 2001) 1813; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=LkBWAAAAcAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq",,,,,Domestic,"ER 22: 246 (Oct 1813); QR 10: 296 (Oct 1813); WSW I: 8. BL 12614.bbb.1; NSTC L24 (BI C, O)." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Compiler,15835,"The Lady's Library; or, Parental Monitor: Containing, Dr. Gregory's Father's Legacy to his Daughters, Lady Pennington's Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Daughters, Marchioness de Lambert's Advice of a Mother to her Daughter, and Moore's Fables for the Female Sex. A New Edition.","Containing, Dr. Gregory's Father's Legacy to his Daughters, Lady Pennington's Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Daughters, Marchioness de Lambert's Advice of a Mother to her Daughter, and Moore's Fables for the Female Sex.",,"Published and Sold by the Booksellers, and by Thomas Wilson and Sons, Printers, High-Ousegate, York.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1813,Duodecimo,16,,"A New Edition.",1,243,"British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:Available_online:BLL01018059560; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_young_lady_s_parental_monitor_The_la/3n0Q86jzFbwC",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL RB.23.a.18137." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9010,"Conduct. A Novel. In Three Volumes.","[preface indicates female authorship]",,"Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1814,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I xii, 231; II 204; III 239","The English Novel 1770-1829 1814: 4; NCCO GALE|ITYXYM875174976",,18,,,"Fiction Novel","Corvey; CME 3-628-47308-X; ECB 130; NSTC C3332 (BI BL)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15754,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1814,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11857,"The Splendour of Adversity: A Domestic Story. In three volumes. By the author of Black Rock House, Winter in Bath, Corinna of England, The Dead Letter Office, &c. &c.","By the author of Black Rock House, Winter in Bath, Corinna of England, The Dead Letter Office, &c. &c.",,"Printed by C. Baldwin, New Bridge-Street, for B. and R. Crosby, and Co., Stationers'-Court, Ludgate-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1814,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 299; II 275; III 276","The English Novel 1770-1829 1814: 8; NCCO GALE|JZCCEW112793427; British Library 12612.d.25.",,,,,"Fiction Story","Corvey; CME 3-628-48728-5; ECB 556; NSTC B1034 (BI BL)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,9648,"Elizabeth or, the Exiles of Siberia. A Tale Founded Upon Facts. Translated from the French of Madame Cottin.","Translated from the French of Madame Cottin.",,"Printed by and for Henry Mozley.",no,Gainsborough,GB,53.3833300,-0.7666700,1815,Unknown,0,0,,1,174,"Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/oNgOAAAAIAAJ",0,0,0.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15755,"Selico and Berissa; or The Africans.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1815,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 156",,,,,Fiction, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13941,"The History of Tamur and His Three Brothers; or, A Search After Happiness. A Persian Tale. From Florian.","From Florian.",Florian,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourne-Lane, for J. Roe, no. 38, Chiswell Street, Finsbury Square, and Ann Lemoine, White Rose Court, Coleman Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1815,Unknown,,,,1,16,"Bearden-White 139",,,,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14121,"The Wood-Pecker; or, The Songster's Budget. A Choice Selection of Good Songs.",Anonymous,,"Printed by Thomas Maiden for J. Roe and Ann Lemoine",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1815,,,,,1,,"Bearden-White 168",,,,,Music, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13104,"A geographical companion to Mrs. Trimmer's Scripture, Ancient, and English abridged histories; with prints; calculated to render the study of history more interesting to children, and to serve as an easy introduction to the knowledge of the Earth. In three parts. Part 1st, Agreeing with Scripture History. Part 2d, with Ancient and Roman History. Part 3d, with English History.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Harris; Darton and Co., and Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1816,Unknown,14,8,,1,"xvi, 92","The Dartons (Lawrence Darton, 2004) G378(3)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","DLC; Moon; NUC; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15368,"A geographical companion to Mrs. Trimmer's Scripture, Ancient, and English abridged histories; with prints; calculated to render the study of history more interesting to children, and to serve as an easy introduction to the knowledge of the Earth. In three parts. Part 1st, Agreeing with Scripture History. Part 2d, with Ancient and Roman History. Part 3d, with English History. A New Edition, Revised and Corrected by the Author.",Anonymous,,"Printed for J. Harris; Darton and Co., and Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1816,Duodecimo,14,8,"A New Edition, Revised and Corrected by the Author.",1,"xvi, 92","Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/009711331",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,9649,"Elizabeth; or, the Exiles of Siberia. A Tale Founded Upon Facts. From the French of Madame Cottin.","From the French of Madame Cottin.",,"Printed by J. Orphoot, Blackfriars Wynd.",no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1816,Unknown,0,0,,1,"viii, 186","Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=ucQNAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=editions:brgosZ_gtwoC&hl=en&sa=X&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/314882108",0,0,0.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15222,"Lady Byron's Responsive ""Fare Thee Well!"" Third Edition.","Lady Byron",,"Printed for Richard Edwards, Crane Court, Fleet Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1816,Octavo,,,"Third Edition",1,16,"British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01014939401",,,,,Poetry,"BL: 11642.bbb.58." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12902,"Lady Byron's Responsive 'Fare Thee Well.'","Lady Byron",,"Printed for Richard Edwards, Crane Court, Fleet Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1816,Unknown,28,22,,1,11,"Jackson Bibliography 3007; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01019015788; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Lady_Byron_s_Responsive_Fare_thee_well/So-oUgwFn3YC",,1,,,Poetry,"BL: 1560/2704" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9058,"Lavinia Fitz-Aubyn, with other tales; sketched from life. In four volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for P. Martin, 198, Oxford Street, Corner of Orchard Street; and J. Rees, Bristol",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1816,Duodecimo,,,,4,"I 310; II 348; III 250; IV 218","The English Novel 1770-1829 1816: 6; NCCO GALE|PMXGRO015420421",,28,,,"Fiction Tale","Corvey; CME 3-628-51077-5; NSTC 2F7317 (BI BL)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11796,"The Little Warbler of the Cottage, and her dog Constant. By a lover of children.","By a lover of children.",,"Printed for J. Harris, Corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1816,Vicesimo-quarto,14,9,,1,72,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (502); Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Little_Warbler_of_the_Cottage_and_He/9XFWMwEACAAJ; Archive.org https://archive.org/details/littlewarblerofc00loveiala; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01003848159",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Gumuchian 3831; BL Ch.810/106.(1.); Osborne; CBY 562" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9059,"Uncle Tweazy and His Quizzical Neighbours: A Comi-Satiric Novel. In Three Volumes. By the author of The ""Observant Pedestrian,"" &c. &c. &c.","By the author of The ""Observant Pedestrian,"" &c. &c. &c.",,"Printed for W. Sipkin and R. Marshall, Stationers'-Court, LUdgate-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1816,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 206; II 307; III 228","The English Novel 1770-1829 1816: 12; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008723974",,15,,,"Fiction Novel","Bl N.1684; ECB 606; NSTC 2T21106 (BI C)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11484,"Calliope and Euterpe, a Poem","By a young lady",,,no,Durham,GB,54.7767600,-1.5756600,1817,Unknown,,,,1,21,"Jackson Bibliography 861; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Calliope_and_Euterpe/2wuFrgEACAAJ",,,,,Poetry, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,21864,"Mary the Milk-Maid.",Y.M.,,"Published by the Philadelphia Female Tract Society. And for sale at their depository, No. 20, Walnut Street.",no,Philadelphia,US,39.9523300,-75.1637900,1817,,15,,,1,12,"American Antiquarian Society 462272",,,,,"Fiction; Domestic", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,11698,"Private memoirs, which, with the work of M. Hue, and the Journal of Clery, complete the history of the captivity of the royal family of France in the Temple. Translated from the French, with notes by the translator.",Anonymous.,,"London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1817,Octavo,18,,,1,"xvi, 138","UNC University Libraries RBCM 2614; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=NosUAAAAQAAJ",,5,6.0,,Memoirs, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9085,"The Revealer of Secrets; or The House that Jack Built, a new story upon an old foundation. In three volumes. By the author of Eversfield Abbey, Banks of the Wye, Aunt and Niece, Substance and Shadow, &c. &c.","By the author of Eversfield Abbey, Banks of the Wye, Aunt and Niece, Substance and Shadow, &c. &c.",,"Printed at the Minerva Press for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1817,Duodecimo,,,,3,"I 231p; II 219p; III 218p","The English Novel 1770-1829 1817: 8; NCCO GALE|AZWHPW814030742",,15,,,"Fiction Story","Corvey; CME 3-628-48539-8; ECB 489; NTC 2R7623 (BI BL, C, O; NA MH)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12000,"A Visit to the Bazaar: By the author of the Little Warbler of the Cottage; Juliet, or the Reward of Filial Affection; Port Folio, &c. &c.","By the author of the Little Warbler of the Cottage; Juliet, or the Reward of Filial Affection; Port Folio, &c. &c.",,"Printed for J. Harris, corner of St. Paul's Church Yard; and may also be had at several shops in the Bazaar, Soho Square.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1818,Sextodecimo,13,10,,1,92,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 956 (1); British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01003804754; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/A_Visit_to_the_Bazaar/pZ8yAQAAMAAJ",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Gumuchian 5755-6; CBY 674; BL General Reference Collection Ch.810/88.; Osborne; UCLA; NRU; Baldwin; Lilly; PML; Bedfd; Lond.; Sotheby 13.10.77/26234" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9115,"Jessy; or, The Rose of Donald's Cottage. A Tale. In Four Volumes. By the author of The Bravo of Bohemia, &c.","By the author of The Bravo of Bohemia, &c.",,"Printed at the Minerva Press for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1818,Duodecimo,,,,4,"I xi, 246; II 239; III 229; IV 228","The English Novel 1770-1829 1818: 10; NCCO GALE|YZFBKS477699141",,22,,,"Fiction Tale","Corvey; CME 3-628-47983-5; ECB 308; NSTC 2J5520 (BI BL, C)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10599,"Poetry for children: consisting of short pieces to be committed to memory. Selected by Lucy Aikin. Seventh Edition, with additions and corrections.","Selected by Lucy Aikin",,"Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1818,Unknown,13,8,"Seventh Edition, with additions and corrections.",1,"xii, 161","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1571041; Jackson Bibliography 4186; British Library 12835.aa.125",,2,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, I:49-50; BL 12835.aa.125" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13365,"The footstep to Mrs. Trimmer's Sacred history, for the instruction and amusement of little children.",Anonymous,,"Printed by James Cumming & Co. at the Hibernia Press Office, No. 1, Temple-Lane, for J. Cumming, 16, Lower Ormond Quay.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1818,Unknown,14,8,"Irish 1",1,143,"British Library 1606/1221.",0,0,0.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 1606/1221." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9454,"Tributary tears, sacred to the memory of the illustrious and amiable princess charlotte of Wales, and Saxe Coburg; who died November 6th, 1817, in the twenty-second year of her age. Being a collection of the best poems that have appeared on this melancholy occasion.",,,"Printed by and for R. Edwards, Crane-Court, Fleet-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1818,Unknown,14,9,,1,"xxviii, 224","Jackson Bibliography 4286; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=cMFgAAAAcAAJ",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11644.aa.36" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Editor,10365,"Nourjahad: adorned with cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed for N. Hailes, Juvenile Library",no,Chiswick,GB,51.4927100,-0.2580100,1819,Unknown,8,,,1,92,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1885630",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,8672,"The Bravo of Bohemia; or, The Black Forest. A Romance. In four volumes. By the author of Jessy, or The Rose of Donald's Cottage; Yamboo, or the North American Slave, &c. &c. Second Edition.","By a Lady",,"Printed at the Minerva Press for A. K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall-Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1819,Unknown,,,"Second Edition.",4,"I 268; II 260; III 259; IV 269","The English Novel 1770-1829 1806: 1; NCCO GALE|UEVEJG996134248",,,,,"Fiction Romance","Corvey; NSTC 2B39354; CME 3-628-47274-1" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,10143,"The palace of truth: a moral tale. Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis.","Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis.",,"Printed for J. Souter by J. Adlard and Sons",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1819,Unknown,14,,,1,152,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1539724",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, I:255" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10887,"The well-bred doll: intended for the instruction and amusement of children.",Anonymous,,"Printed for John Souter, at the Juvenile and School Library, No. 73, north side of St. Paul's Church-yard by Jas. W. and Chas. Adlard, 23 Bartholomew Close",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1819,Unknown,14,,,1,71,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1883266",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Gumuchian, 5818; Owen, C.T. Handlist of ill. children's books, 1097" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10877,"A collection of birds & riddles. By Miss Polly & Master Tommy.","By Miss Polly & Master Tommy.","Miss Polly and Master Tommy","J. Kendrew, printer, Colliergate",no,York,GB,53.9576300,-1.0827100,1820,Unknown,10,7,,1,16,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1518442; Jackson Bibliography 4774; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=gvA7AQAAMAAJ; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01002951218",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch.820/40 (14)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12001,"A Visit to the Bazaar: By the author of Juliet, or the Reward for Filial Affection; and The Port Folio of a School Girl. The Third Edition.","By the author of Juliet, or the Reward for Filial Affection; and The Port Folio of a School Girl.",,"Printed for Harris and Son, corner of St. Paul's Church Yard; and may also be had at several shops in the Bazaar, Soho Square.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1820,Sextodecimo,13,10,"The Third Edition.",1,92,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 956 (2); British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01018440856",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL General Reference Collection DRT Digital Store 1506/786.; Bedfd.; Som.; FCB pp. 307-12; Gumuchian 5757-8; McKell; UCLA; Baldwin; Lilly; OOxM" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12417,"Miscellaneous Poems, on Various Subjects, Designed for the Instruction and Entertainment of Youth. By Mrs Hennett.","By Mrs. Hennett",,"printed for the author by R. Plant",yes,Spilsby,GB,53.1736300,0.0937300,1820,Unknown,17,11,,1,"viii, 172","Jackson Bibliography 5429",,5,,,Poetry,"U. of Pennsylvania Pn 821/H389" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10894,"The fairies' repertory: containing choice tales selected from Mother Bunch, Mother Grim, and Mother Goose. By Robin Goodfellow.","By Robin Goodfellow.","Robin Goodfellow","Published by Oliver and Boyd",no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1820,Unknown,15,,,1,184,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u563788",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, I:42" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13763,"The History of Little King Pippin. With an Account of the Melancholy Death of Four Naughty Boys, who were Devoured by Wild Beasts. And the Wonderful Delivery of Master Henry Harmless, by a little white horse. Ornamented with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1820,Unknown,10,6,,1,31,"Houghton Library *44W-2098",0,0,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2098" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13768,"The History of Sir Richard Whittington, and his cat. Adorned with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1820,Unknown,10,6,,1,22,"Houghton Library *44W-2099",0,0,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2099" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13762,"The Life of Master Watty & Miss Jessy Supine; or, the Evils of a bad Education. Adorned with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1820,Unknown,10,6,,1,29,"Houghton Library *44W-2101",0,0,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2101" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15550,"The Little Warbler of the Cottage, and her dog Constant.",,,,no,,,,,1820,,,,,1,70,"Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Little_Warbler_of_the_Cottage/by78GgAACAAJ",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12418,"The School of Love; or, Original and Comic Valentine Writer, for Trades, Professions, &c. including actor, blacksmith, butcher, baker, brewer, jeweller, musician, linen-draper, cheese-monger, doctor, farmer, fish-monger, soldier, sailor, tallow-chandler, miller, fruiterer, coal-merchant, milkman, footman, butler, gardener, gunsmith, green-grocer, auctioneer, bookseller, pawn-broker, tailor, stationer, grocer, painter, publican, carpenter, pastry-cook, watch-maker, waterman, engraver, &c. &c. &c. with an eccentric frontispiece of ""School of Love.""",,,"Printed for Mrs. Perks, St. Martin's-Lane, and sold by all booksellers in town and country.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1820,Unknown,18,11,,1,32,"Jackson Bibliography 5748; British Library BL 11602.ee.8 (1); Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=4iBYAAAAcAAJ",,,6.0,,Poetry,"BL 11602.ee.8 (1)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13761,"The silver toy, or picture alphabet: for the Entertainment and Instruction of Children in the Nursery.",Anonymous,,"Printed by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1820,Unknown,10,6,,1,30,"Houghton Library *44W-2108",0,0,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2108" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13764,"The Wisdom of Crop the Conjurer. Exemplified in several characters of good and bad boys, with an impartial account of the celebrated Tom Trot, who rode before all the boys in the kingdom till he arrived at the top of the hill called Learning. Written for the imitation of those who love themselves. Adorned with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1820,Unknown,10,6,,1,31,"Houghton Library *44W-2112",0,0,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2112" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13760,"The Young Sparrows: or, Little Robert taught Humanity. Ornamented with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed and sold by F. Houlston and Son",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1820,Unknown,10,6,,1,29,"Houghton Library *44W-2113",0,0,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2113" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11166,"An alphabetical arrangement of animals for little naturalists. By Sally Sketch.","By Sally Sketch.","Sally Sketch","Published by Harris & Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1821,Unknown,13,11,,1,28,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u2260587; Jackson Bibliography 22619",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, I:105; Opie, F 197; Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 804" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12288,"Corinth, and Other Poems. Dedicated (by Permission) to the Right Hon. Viscountess Anson.",Anonymous,,"Printed by Ellerton and Henderson, Johnson's Court, Fleet Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1821,Unknown,22,13,,1,111,"Jackson Bibliography 5968; Hathi Trust Digital Library 007687226",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11642.cc.20" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13461,"Elizabeth, or the Exiles of Siberia. An entire new translation with geographical notes, to which is added The Authentic History of Miss Moreton, and the Faithful Cottager. Also Paul & Virginia.",Anonymous,,"Published bY J. Tallis, 7, Warwick Square, Paternoster Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1821,Octavo,,,,1,"vi, 484","British Library 12517.l.1.",,,,,Fiction,"BL 12517.l.1." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14444,"Journal of a Tour in France, Switzerland, and Lombardy, Crossing the Simplon, and Returning by Mont Cenis to Paris, During the Autumn of 1818. With Plates. In Two Volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed by and for P. Norbury, and Published by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster Row, London. 1821.",no,Brentford,GB,51.4861900,-0.3083000,1821,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I 244; II 224","British Travel Writing: Women's Travel Writing, 1780–1840 BTW1001; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=5sDn_9uwGtAC&printsec; NSTC 2F13557; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=JnceIT7jM-IC&pg=",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16097,"Mary, the maid of the inn; an affecting narrative; detailing the history of her youthful days; the singular way she discovers her lover to be a robber and murderer; he is apprehended and committed for trial; the distress of Mary, on being compelled to give evidence against her lover, through which he is convicted and executed; she loses her reason, her forlorn and destitute wanderings, until she is found frozen to death. From the poem by Robert Southey.","Anonymous ... From the poem by Robert Southey.",,"Printed for, and sold by S. King, no. 386 Broadway.",no,"New York",US,43.0003500,-75.4999000,1821,,20,,,1,"[3], 8-28","American Antiquarian Society 257311; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Mary_the_Maid_of_the_Inn/WKQrzAEACAAJ",,,,US$0.12,Unknown, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,11597,"Saul, a Tragedy; Translated from the Italian of Count Victorio Alfieri: And Jephtha's Daughter, a Scriptural Drama","By a lady",,"T. Cadell",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1821,Unknown,22,13,,1,152,"Jackson Bibliography 6274; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01019656916",,,,,Drama,"HEHL K-D522" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13769,"The History of three Silver Trouts. Decorated with Cuts.",Anonymous,,"Printed by and for F. Houlston and Son. And sold by Scatcherd and Letterman, Ave-Maria Lane",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1821,Unknown,10,6,,1,30,"Houghton Library *44W-2100",0,0,0.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2100" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13766,"The Snow. Adorned with Engravings.",Anonymous,,"Printed by and for F. Houlston and Son. And sold by Scatcherd and Letterman, Ave-Maria Lane",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1821,Unknown,10,6,,1,29,"Houghton Library *44W-2109",0,0,2.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2109" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11598,"Verses for Little Children . . . .","a young lady, for the amusement of her junior brothers and sisters",,"Harvey and Darton",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1821,Sextodecimo,12,10,,1,24,"Jackson Bibliography 6333; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01003781544",,,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Ch.810/205 (8)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Editor,14451,"A Journal of Voyages and Travels, by the Late Thomas Rees, Serjeant of Marines. Published for the Benefit of the Author's Orphan Daughter.","By the Late Thomas Rees, Serjeant of Marines.",,"Printed and Sold by Harvey and Darton, Gracechuch-Street. 1822.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Duodecimo,20,,,1,"[v]-xxiii, 176","British Travel Writing: Women's Travel Writing, 1780–1840 BTW1220; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=jhwPAAAAYAAJ; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://hdl.handle.net/2027/nyp.33433082408489",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography,"McPherson Library Call Number: G463 R44" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14445,"A Tour in the Isle of Wight, in the Autumn of 1820. Currente Calamo.",Anonymous,,"Printed by A. and R. Spottiswoode, New-Street-Square. 1822.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Octavo,,,,1,84,"British Travel Writing: Women's Travel Writing, 1780–1840 BTW1006; Google Books https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=DRQHAAAAQAAJ&printsec=; NSTC 2WI9537; British Library 10351.f.4.",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13006,"Aunt Eleanor's Rhymes for the Nursery","Aunt Eleanor","Aunt Eleanor",,no,,,,,1822,,16,10,,1,30,"Jackson Bibliography 6374",,1,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL: 012806.ee.35 (11)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11599,"Ceres and Agenorica, a Poem","a young lady",,"printed by Isaac Wilson",no,Hull,GB,53.7446000,-0.3352500,1822,Unknown,14,8,,1,23,"Jackson Bibliography 6400",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11645.aa.36" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,10604,"Elizabeth, or, The exiles of Siberia: a tale founded on truth.",Anonymous,,"Printed by Thomas Courtney, 18, Whitefriar-st.",no,Dublin,IE,53.3330600,-6.2488900,1822,Unknown,14,,,1,180,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1495391; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/_/5_3BswEACAAJ?sa=X",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,8318,"Elizabeth; or, the Exiles of Siberia. a Tale, Founded Upon Facts. From the French of Madame Cottin. The original translation revised and corrected.","From the French of Madame Cottin",,"Printed For John Sharpe, Piccadilly; By C. Whittingham, Chiswick",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Unknown,,,,1,191,"Chawton House Library 3241; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://hdl.handle.net/2027/hvd.32044018732479; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=pQNksREliLIC&dq=""elizabeth"" AND ""siberia"" AND ""1822""&pg=PP11#v=onepage&q=""elizabeth"" AND ""siberia"" AND ""1822""&f=false",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","CHL 3241" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,13034,"Elizabeth; or, the Exiles of Siberia. Translated from the French of Madame Cottin.","Translated rom the French of Madame Cottin.",,"Printed for Harvey and Darton",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Unknown,14,8,,1,"iv, 176","The Dartons (Lawrence Darton, 2004) G195",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Baldwin; UCLA" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,11225,"Elizabeth; or, the Exiles of Siberia. Translated from the French of Madame Cottin.","Translated rom the French of Madame Cottin.",,"From the Press of C. Whittingham, College House. Sold by R. Jennings, Poultry; T. Tegg, Cheapside; A.K. Newman and Co. Leadenhall Street, London; J. Sutherland, Edinburgh; and Richard Griffin and Co., Glasgow",no,Chiswick,GB,51.4927100,-0.2580100,1822,Unknown,12,7,,1,123,"Devon Collection of Children's Books (Moon) (269); Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Elizabeth_or_The_exiles_of_Siberia_Trans/3sMNAAAAQAAJ",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11600,"Poems: Upon Various Subjects. By a lady.","By a lady.",,"Printed by W. Glindon, Rupert Street, Haymarket; for Messers Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Paternoster Row.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Duodecimo,18,11,,1,32,"Jackson Bibliography 6635; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Poems_upon_various_subjects_By_a_Lady/gCUaalYLG7QC?hl=en&gbpv=1&dq=Poems:+on+various+subjects.+By+a+Lady.&pg=PA3&printsec=frontcover",,,,,Poetry,"BL T.854 (5)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13542,"The Lyre of Love; or, Cupid's Jubilee: A Choice Selection of Valentines, with their answers.",Anonymous.,,"Printed by T. Maiden, Sherbourn-Lane. For J. Roe, No. 38, Chiswell-Street, Finsbury Square. And Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Unknown,18,10,,1,33,"Houghton Library *44W-1256",,,6.0,,Poetry,"Houghton *44W-1256" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11743,"The Milkmaid, a Fable. By a Lady. with Lithographic Illustrations.","By a lady.",,"Printed for Rodwell and Martin, 10 Argyll Street, and 46 New Bond Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1822,Unknown,17,11,,1,13,"Jackson Bibliography 22574; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=qbZYAAAAcAAJ",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 11633.aa.30" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11680,"Dame Wiggins of Lee, and Her Seven Wonderful Cats. A Humourous Tale","By a lady of ninety",,"A. K. Newman and Co.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Unknown,17,10,,1,16,"Jackson Bibliography 19402",,,,,Poetry,"Osborne II, 631" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11681,"Flowers of Fancy. Poems, on Various Subjects","By a lady",,"T. Craske",no,Norwich,GB,52.6278300,1.2983400,1823,Octavo,20,12,,1,78,"Jackson Bibliography 19463; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01002048991",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11643.b.46" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,10057,"Little Henry: a German tale translated from the French of M. Lambert.","translated from the French of M. Lambert.",,"John Harris and Son, corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Unknown,15,9,,1,"vii, 133","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u752972; John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) 468A",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Moon, M. John Harris's books for youth, 1992, 468A" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16098,"Mary, the maid of the inn; an affecting narrative; detailing the history of her youthful days; the singular way she discovers her lover to be a robber and murderer; he is apprehended and committed for trial; the distress of Mary, on being compelled to give evidence against her lover, through which he is convicted and executed; she loses her reason, her forlorn and destitute wanderings, until she is found frozen to death. From the poem by Robert Southey","Anonymous ... From the poem by Robert Southey",,"Published by W. Borradaile, and sold wholesale and retail, at his book-store, 130 Fulton-Street",no,"New York",US,43.0003500,-75.4999000,1823,,19,,,1,"[3], 8-28","American Antiquarian Society 257312; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Mary_the_Maid_of_the_Inn/XmzNOwAACAAJ",,,,,Unknown, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11356,"The court of Oberon, or Temple of the fairies: A collection of tales of past times. Originally related by Mother Goose, Mother Bunch, and others, adapted to the language and manners of the present period.","Originally related by Mother Goose, Mother Bunch, and others","Mother Goose; Mother Bunch","J. Harris and Son, Corner of St. Paul's Church-yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1823,Unknown,18,10,,1,"iv, 269","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (168); Archive.org https://archive.org/details/courtofoberonort00perriala",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","FCB pp. 407-8" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10009,"The Little Foundling: A Story",Anonymous,,"Printed for Waugh & Innes; Chalmers and Collins; R.M. Tims; J. Nisbet, and F. Westley",no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1823,Unknown,14,,,1,35,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u360391",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11395,"Female Friendship: A tale for Sundays. By the author of the ""School for Sisters.""","By the author of the ""School for Sisters.""",,"J. Harris and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,,17,9,,1,"iv, 212","John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (258); Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Female_Friendship/F8hvi4ghFg0C",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16011,"The famous history of Whittington and his cat. Shewing, how, from a poor country boy, destitute of parents or relations, he attained great riches, and was promoted to the high and honorable dignity of Lord Mayor of London. Ornamented with cuts",Anonymous.,,"Printed by Peter B. Gleason & Co",no,Hartford,US,41.7637100,-72.6850900,1824,,11,,,1,"30, [2]","American Antiquarian Society 449042; America's Historical Imprints II: Shaw-Shoemaker, 1801-1819 24440",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11292,"The three cakes; or, Harry, Peter, and Billy. A tale in verse. Illustrated with engravings. From the original in prose by Mrs. Barbauld.","From the original in prose by Mrs. Barbauld.",,"John Harris",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1824,,17,11,,1,19,"John Harris's Books for Youth, 1801–1843 (Ed. Marjorie Moon) (36)",,,,,"Poetry; Juvenile Literature","PML; UCLA; CBY 486; Opie" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13779,"Christmas-Day; or, the friends. A Tale.",Anonymous,,"Printed by and for F. Houlston and Son. And sold by Harrison and Stephens, Successors to Scatcherd and Co. Ave-Maria Lane, London",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1825,Unknown,14,8,,1,65,"Houghton Library *EC8 Sh585 B828j",0,0,8.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *EC8 Sh585 B828j" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11062,"Going Too Far: A Tale For All Ages. In Two Volumes.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1825,Duodecimo,,,,2,"I viii, 316; II 327","The English Novel 1770-1829 1825: 6; NCCO GALE|NNJTSA690557186",,21,,,"Fiction Tale","Corvey; CME 3-628-47861-8; ECB 290; NSTC 2H38645 (BI BL, O; NA DLC)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11686,"Henry and Kate, a Poem. By a Young Lady.","By a Young Lady.",,"George B. Whittaker/ W. Hodgetts",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1825,Unknown,18,11,,1,65,"Jackson Bibliography 20362; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01001653311",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11644.eeee.47" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13781,"The Parish-Clerk. A Tale. By the author of ""Eight Lectures,"" &c. Third Editio","By the author of ""Eight Lectures,"" &c.",,"Printed by and for F. Houlston and Son. And sold at their warehouse, 65, Paternoster-Row, London",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1825,Unknown,14,8,3,1,90,"Houghton Library *EC8 Sh585 B828j",0,1,0.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *EC8 Sh585 B828j" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11739,"Poetic Fugitives. By a Young Lady.","By a young lady.",,"Lupton Relfe, Cornhill.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1827,Duodecimo,17,11,,1,"xx, 148","Jackson Bibliography 21516; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01001339515; Archive.org https://archive.org/details/poeticfugitives00lond",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11644.c.61" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,14448,"Souvenirs of a Tour on the Continent. By Adeline.","By Adeline.",Adeline,"S. & J. Fuller, Temple of Fancy, Rathbone-Place. 1827",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1827,Octavo,,,,1,41,"NSTC 2A4095; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01014803601; British Travel Writing: Women's Travel Writing, 1780–1840 BTW1005",,,,,Travel/Tourism/Topography, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15551,"The Little Warbler of the Cottage, and her dog Constant. By a Lover of Children. With Engravings.","By a Lover of Children.",,,no,,,,,1827,,,,,1,68,"Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Little_Warbler_of_the_Cottage_and_He/bi78GgAACAAJ",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13707,"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.","By the editor of Madame du Deffand's Letters.",,"Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster-Row",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1828,Octavo,20,13,,1,"xii, 462","Folger Shakespeare Library DA 110 B4 Cage",,,,,History,"Folger DA 110 B4 Cage" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,9647,"Elizabeth; or, the Exiles of Siberia. A Tale, Founded Upon Facts. From the French of Madame Cottin. The original translation revised and corrected.","From the French of Madame Cottin",,"Printed For John Sharpe, Duke Street, Piccadilly",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1828,Unknown,0,0,,1,186,"Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=W8QNAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=""elizabeth; or the exiles of siberia"" 1809&hl=en&sa=X&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=""elizabeth; or the exiles of siberia"" 1809&f=false; WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/978163912",0,0,0.0,,"Fiction Tale", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11229,"Horae Burneienses",Anonymous,,"Printed by Harriet Richardson, Stockwell Street.",no,Greenwich,GB,51.4778500,-0.0117600,1828,Unknown,19,11,,1,"iv, 96","Jackson Bibliography 6932; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=rq8IAAAAQAAJ",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11601.d.20 (8)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16099,"Mary, the maid of the inn; an affecting narrative; detailing the history of her youthful days; the singular way she discovers her lover to be a robber and murderer; he is apprehended and committed for trial; the distress of Mary, on being compelled to give evidence against her lover, through which he is convicted and executed; she loses her reason, her forlorn and destitute wanderings, until she is found frozen to death. From the poem by Robert Southey","Anonymous ... From the poem by Robert Southey",,"Published by S. King, and sold wholesale and retail at his store.",no,"New York",US,43.0003500,-75.4999000,1828,,20,,,1,"[3], 8-28","American Antiquarian Society 257313; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Mary_the_Maid_of_the_Inn/EfMSuQAACAAJ",,,,,Unknown, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13777,"The suspected boy. An American Tale. Third edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed by and for F. Houlston and Son. And sold at their warehouse, 65, Paternoster-Row, London",no,Wellington,GB,52.7000000,-2.5166700,1828,Unknown,14,8,3,1,35,"Houghton Library *EC8 Sh585 B828j",0,0,4.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *EC8 Sh585 B828j" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11622,"Faith's Telescope; or, Views of Time and Eternity: With Other Poems",Anonymous.,,"Sold by Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh; and Simpkin & Marshall, London.",no,Edinburgh,GB,55.9520600,-3.1964800,1830,Unknown,18,11,,1,"viii, 184","Jackson Bibliography 7768; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=HTVcAAAAcAAJ",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11644.bb.8" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9767,"The Infant's Daily Sacrifice. A Book of Short Hymns for Children. With plates.",Anonymous,"Cousin Clara","J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1830,Unknown,14,11,,1,"xx, 75","Jackson Bibliography 7814; Google Books jtkCAAAAQAAJ",,5,,,"Juvenile Literature","Bodley 14722 f.61; Owen, C.T. Handlist of ill. children's books, 1633; Baldwin Library I,676" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10342,"The moral muse, a present for young ladies. By Emma Price.","By Emma Price.",,"Holdsworth and Ball, 18, St. Paul's Church-Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1830,Duodecimo,20,,,1,"xix, 205","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1554161; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Moral_Muse_a_Present_for_Young_Ladie/YHOoFYhMAagC?hl=en; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01019631283",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL Shelfmark(s): General Reference Collection DRT Digital Store 993.d.36." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11625,"The Penseé","By a young lady.",,"London: J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1830,Duodecimo,16,10,,1,"vi, 3-126.","Jackson Bibliography 7916; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=TIKG1M4geSAC",,,,,Poetry,"BL T.1310 (3)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10871,"American stories for little boys and girls: intended for children under ten years of age. Edited by Mary Russell Mitford; in three volumes.","Edited by Mary Russell Mitford",,"Printed for Whittaker, Treacher, & Co., Ave-Maria-Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1831,Unknown,15,,,3,"iv, 283; 278; 272","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u755153",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11628,"Catechism in Rhyme, for Little Children: Intended Chiefly for the Use of Dame Schools. By a Lady.","By a Lady.",,"London: Houlston & Son, 1831.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1831,Vicesimo-quarto,10,6,,1,30,"Jackson Bibliography 8223; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01002048816",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 12835.a.76" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9768,"The Infant's Daily Sacrifice. A Book of Short Hymns for Children","By Cousin Clara","Cousin Clara","Printed by J. Hatchard and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1831,Sextodecimo,14,11,,1,"xx, 75","Jackson Bibliography 8324; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01000709774",,5,,,Poetry,"BL 11647.a.50" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16259,"The Young Ladies' Class Book; a Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose and Verse. By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston.","By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston.",,"Lincoln and Edmands. Collins and Hannay, New York; Key and Meilke, Philadelphia; Cushing and Sons, Baltimore.",no,Boston,US,42.3584300,-71.0597700,1831,,19,,,1,"viii, [1], 10-408","American Antiquarian Society 444568; Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006537984",,,,,Education, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12963,"Anecdotes of animals; selected by a lady, for the amusement of her children.","selected by a lady",,"Printed for Harvey and Darton",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1832,Sextodecimo,13,10,,1,"viii, 147","The Dartons (Lawrence Darton, 2004) G44; NSTC 2L975",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL; NN; Reading U; V&A; NUC" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11630,"Madam Tabby's Rout, or the Grimalkin Party's Frolics and Adventures","By a young lady",,"H. Mockett",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1832,Duodecimo,17,11,,1,12,"Jackson Bibliography 8748; NSTC 2T397",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 11644.c.9" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11632,"Metrical Remembrances.","By a lady",,"printed by [S. Bagster, Jr.]",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1832,Sextodecimo,10,7,,1,32,"Jackson Bibliography 8764",,,,,Poetry,"BL T.1386 (8)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11633,"Officer Pug. A Pastime of the Nineteenth Century","By a lady",,"Sampson Low",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1832,Duodecimo,15,10,,1,16,"Jackson Bibliography 8802; NSTC 2L1307",,1,,,Poetry,"BL 11645.cc.35 (3)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,16260,"The Young Ladies' Class Book; a Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose and Verse. By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston.","By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston.",,"Lincoln and Edmands. Collins and Hannay, New York; Key and Meilke, Philadelphia; Cushing and Sons, Baltimore.",no,Boston,US,42.3584300,-71.0597700,1832,,20,,,1,"viii, [1], 10-408","American Antiquarian Society 245692; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=RthEAAAAIAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ViewAPI&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false",,,,,Education, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11634,"A Peep at the Esquimaux; or, Scenes on the Ice. To Which is Annexed, a Polar Pastoral. Third edition",Anonymous,,"T. Allman",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1833,Octavo,17,11,"Third edition",1,64,"Jackson Bibliography 9216; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01002049226",,3,,,Poetry,"BL 11644.bbb.42" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Editor,11636,"The Poetry of Birds, Selected from Various Authors; with Coloured Illustrations.","Edited by a lady.",,"George Smith",no,Liverpool,GB,53.4105800,-2.9779400,1833,Quarto,,,,1,"vi, 136","Jackson Bibliography 9266; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01002049265",,,,,"Poetry Collection", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,15549,"The Rev. Jabez Bunting, or Begging: With Other Poems. By a Lady.","By a Lady.",,"Printed at the request of the friends of the authoress. William Illingworth, Printer, top of Kirkgate, Leeds.",yes,Leeds,GB,53.7964800,-1.5478500,1833,Duodecimo,17,10,,1,14,"Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/The_Rev_Jabez_Bunting_Or_Begging_with_Ot/sGeAYeD63DUC; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01019541673; Jackson Bibliography 9291",,,,,Poetry,"BL T.1457.(7.)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12171,"The Widow's Offering. By Mrs. Kay.","By Mrs. Kay.",,"Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers’ Hall Court.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1833,Duodecimo,18,10,,1,"viii, 184","Jackson Bibliography 9358; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01016915158",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11603.bbb.19." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12622,"The Widow's Offering. By Mrs. Kay. Second edition.","by Mrs. Kay",,"Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1833,Duodecimo,19,11,"Second edition.",1,"viii, 184","Jackson Bibliography 22066; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=5UxgAAAAcAAJ",,,,,Poetry,"BL 1578/2242" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11638,"Bible Sketches, in Verse and Prose. With Reflections on Each Subject","By a lady",,"Frederick Westley and A. H. Davies",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1834,Unknown,17,10,,1,"[vi], 83","Jackson Bibliography 9409",,,,,Religion/Biblical,"LC BS559.B5." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,12623,"Cameos from the antique; or, the Cabinet of Mythology. Selections illustrative of the mythology of Greece, and Italy for the use of children, and intended as a sequel to the Poetical Primer.","Mrs. Laurence",,"Evans, Chegwin, and Hall; Longman, Rees, and Co.",no,Liverpool,GB,53.4105800,-2.9779400,1834,Duodecimo,14,9,,1,"xvi, 336","Jackson Bibliography 22132; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01002095168",,,,,Poetry,"BL 11644.aaa.16" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13770,"Nothing at All. Fifth edition.",Anonymous,,"Printed for Houlston and Son, 65, Paternoster-Row, and at Wellington, Salop",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1834,Broadside,10,6,5,1,15,"Houghton Library *44W-2103",0,0,0.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Houghton *44W-2103" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11641,"An Alphabet of Animals. By a Lady. Revised edition.","By a Lady.",,"Simpkin, Marshall, and Co./ Winks and Son",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1835,Unknown,12,8,"Revised edition.",1,30,"Jackson Bibliography 9777",,,1.0,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne II, 673." 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11642,"Catechism in Rhyme, for Little Children; Intended Chiefly for the Use of Dame Schools. By a Lady.","By a Lady.",,"Houlston and Stoneman",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1835,Vicesimo-quarto,10,6,,1,30,"Jackson Bibliography 9803",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","BL 11646.a.6" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9678,"Fables, and Moral Maxims, in Verse and Prose. Selected by Anne Parker.","Selected by Anne Parker.",,"John W. Parker, West Strand.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1835,Unknown,16,10,,1,"xv, 272","Jackson Bibliography 9867; Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1502656; Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=s6EDAAAAQAAJ",,3,6.0,,"Juvenile Literature","NLS Bn.7, Bodleian" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Editor,11643,"Flora and Thalia; or Gems of Flowers and Poetry; being an Alphabetical Arrangement of Flowers, with Appropriate Poetical Illustrations, Embellished with Coloured Plates. By A Lady.","Edited by a lady",,"Printed for Henry Washbourne, Salisbury Square.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1835,Duodecimo,14,9,,1,"xii, 200","Jackson Bibliography 9881; Archive.org https://archive.org/details/floraandthaliao00florgoog",,,,,Poetry,"BL 969.a.26" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,13204,"Lapland, and its rein-deer. By the author of ""Tales of distant lands.""",Anonymous,,"Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch Street.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1835,Broadside,16,10,,1,"xi, 168","The Dartons (Lawrence Darton, 2004) G559(1); Google Books https://books.google.ca/books?id=N6wNAAAAQAAJ&pg=",,,,,"Juvenile Literature",CUL 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Translator,18892,"Mémoires de Madame Newell, missionnaire américaine aux Indes. Traduit de l'Anglais.","Mémoires de Madame Newell, missionnaire américaine aux Indes.",,"J.-J. Risler",no,Paris,FR,48.8534100,2.3488000,1835,,15,,,1,206,"American Antiquarian Society 502927; Google Books https://www.google.ca/books/edition/Mémoires_de_Madame_Newell_missionnaire/fh4WHQAACAAJ",,,,,Memoirs, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10002,"Sketches from a youthful circle. New edition, with a preface by Mrs. Gilbert, late Miss Taylor.","with a preface by Mrs. Gilbert, late Miss Taylor.",,"Darton and Harvey; Darton and Son.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1835,Unknown,16,10,,1,"viii, 243","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u2205369; The Dartons (Lawrence Darton, 2004) G863 (2)",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, II:941-2; Stewart, C.D. Taylors of Ongar, C16a" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10872,"Stories for little boys and girls: intended for children under ten years of age. Selected from American writers by Mary Russell Mitford; in three volumes.","Selected from American writers by Mary Russell Mitford",,"Printed for Whittaker, & Co., Ave-Maria-Lane",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1835,Unknown,15,,,3,"iv, 283; 278; 272","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u757627",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10136,"The gift: a pleasing collection of short stories for young people.",Anonymous,,"Edward Lacey, 76, St. Paul's Church Yard",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1835,Unknown,14,,,2,"72; 102","Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1453189",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne catalogue, I:409" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,9769,"The New Original Poems, for the Instruction of the Young. Collected by Clara Hall. Editress of ""Affection's Offering,"" ""Parlour Stories,"" &c. &c. With Fine Engravings.",Anonymous,,"Edward Lacy, 76, St. Paul's Church Yard.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1835,Unknown,14,9,,1,"iv, 72","Jackson Bibliography 9986; Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u1048111; Toronto Public Library http://static.torontopubliclibrary.ca/da/pdfs/37131039915996d.pdf",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","Osborne II, 642; Opie, P 232" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,11744,"The Rev. Jabez Bunting, or Begging: With Other Humourous Poems",,,"printed by H. Wardman",no,Bradford,GB,53.7939100,-1.7520600,1835,Duodecimo,17,11,,1,12,"Jackson Bibliography 22831; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01003079386",,,3.0,,Poetry,"BL 1578/805 (7)" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,24909,"The Young Ladies' Class Book; a Selection of Lessons for Reading, in Prose and Verse. By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston. Stereotype Edition.","By Ebenezer Bailey, Principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston.",,"Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln. Successors to Lincoln & Edmands. Collins & Hannah; N. & J. White, New York—Bennett & Bright, Utica—Grigg & Elliott; Henry Perkins, Philadelphia—Cushing & Sons, Baltimore—E.F. Duren, Bangor—Edward J. Lane, Dover, N.H.",no,Boston,US,42.3584300,-71.0597700,1835,,,,"Stereotyped Edition.",1,"viii, 10-408","Hathi Trust Digital Library https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007707130; Archive.org https://archive.org/details/youngladiesclass00bail/page/n5/mode/2up",,,,,Education, 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10142,"The Young Lady's Annual.",Anonymous,,"Edward Lacey",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1835,Unknown,14,,,,,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u956997",,,,,"Juvenile Literature", 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,10507,"Miscellaneous stories for children collected by Jane Trimmer; with many fine cuts.","collected by Jane Trimmer",,"Edward Lacey, 76, St. Paul's Church-yard; Henry Lacey, 61, Bold Street",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1836,Unknown,15,,,1,140,"Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books u307406",,,,,"Juvenile Literature","cf. Osborne catalogue, II:951" 2529,Unknown,,U,,,,,Author,1441,"The Son of Duplicity; or, the still small voice.","[?MYRA, Myra] [pseud.?]",Myra,"J. Ridgway & Sons, Piccadilly; and Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers’ Hall Court, 1836.",no,London,GB,51.5085300,-0.1257400,1836,Duodecimo,,,,1,351,"The English Novel 1830-1836 1836: 52; British Library http://explore.bl.uk/BLVU1:LSCOP-ALL:BLL01019770366",,7,6.0,,Fiction,"BL N.1325; NSTC 2M42883 (BI C, E, O); OCLC 13273349 (1 lib)."