Darton and Harvey
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|Publishing||Mary Martha Sherwood||
William Darton issued, in a juvenile-reader format with coloured frontispiece, MMS 's novel Caroline Mordaunt; or, The Governess, which twentieth-century critic Naomi Royde-Smith thought her simply best novel.
Royde-Smith, Naomi, and Denis Dighton. The State of Mind of Mrs. Sherwood. Macmillan, 1946.
Ann and Jane Taylor were not entirely happy with the publishers' decision to include thirty-four poems by AOK (given with her Christian name) in their collection Original Poems for Infant Minds, published in 1804...
|Publishing||Hannah Mary Rathbone||
A Boston edition of The Way to Make Home Comfortable bears the date 1850; an edition held not by the British Library or Bodleian but by the University of Liverpool library was published by Darton and Clark
|Publishing||Ann Taylor Gilbert||
Darton and Harvey , replying to an enquiry about printing what became Original Poems for Infant Minds, offered the Taylorfamilya suitable return in cash or in books.
The response: Books...
Gilbert, Ann Taylor. Autobiography and Other Memorials of Mrs. Gilbert. Gilbert, JosiahEditor , H. S. King, 1874.
|Publishing||Ann Taylor Gilbert||
Forty of the rhymes were by Ann.
The volume includes Jane's Twinkle, twinkle, little star (The Star). For this Darton and Harvey paid the sisters twenty pounds, so that, with their earnings...
Gilbert, Ann Taylor. Ann Taylor Gilbert’s Album. Stewart, Christina DuffEditor , Garland, 1978.
Editions appeared at Philadelphia in 1799 and New York in 1804 and 1814. In London Longman and Newbery put out an edition in 1800; in a later edition than this appeared a frontispiece engraved from...
The Newbery firm, which combined with Darton and Harvey and Vernor and Hood to publish this book, was currently under the management of Elizabeth Newbery .
The twelve engraved plates were an important feature...
English Short Title Catalogue.
Shteir, Ann B. Cultivating Women, Cultivating Science. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.
She printed this for the Author,
which means she took the risk and would keep the profit after paying her publisher, Darton, Harvey and Darton . (A Leicester bookseller was also listed on...
Heyrick, Elizabeth. Familiar Letters Addressed to Children and Young Persons of the Middle Ranks. Darton, Harvey and Darton, 1811.
Once in print, however, The Work of God in a Dying Maid did well. It was reprinted at Dublin in 1797, and at Philadelphia the following year it was included in a collection entitled An...
Again she published for the Author,
through Darton, Harvey and Darton . This work is claimed for EH by the list of her writings held at LeicesterReference and Information Library , but...
Heyrick, Elizabeth. Exposition of One Principal Cause of the National Distress. Darton, Harvey and Darton, 1817.
|Publishing||Sarah Scudgell Wilkinson||
A second edition appeared in 1805 and a fifth in 1807. An undated one from William Darton , which claims to be the eighth, is dated by the British Library to around 1830.
British Library Catalogue.
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|Textual Production||Mary Howitt|
|Textual Production||Mary Howitt||
Children's publisher Darton and Co. issued Mary Howitt 's Tales in Verse for the Young. The Little Mariner, and Other Poems in 1850, in a volume that includes Madam Fortescue and her Cat (with three...
|Textual Production||Mary Martha Sherwood||
MMS 's daughter Sophia Kelly published with DartonThe Life of Mrs. Sherwood, which was chiefly autobiographical. The text draws generously on diaries written much earlier.
Sherwood, Mary Martha, and Henry Sherwood. The Life of Mrs. Sherwood. Kelly, SophiaEditor , Darton, 1854.
The Athenaeum Index of Reviews and Reviewers: 1830-1870.
1398 (12 August 1854): 987-8
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