Simpkin, Marshall

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Dedications Mary Hays
It was published by Simpkin and Marshall , dedicated to Eliza Fenwick in these words: While the Atlantic rolls between us, allow me, dear friend, to gratify my feelings, by addressing to you this little...
Publishing Emma Jane Worboise
Between 1882 and 1891 James Clarke posthumously published a complete edition of EJW 's fiction in forty-one volumes. At an unknown date, probably early in the twentieth century, publishers Simpkins, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent issued an...
Publishing Mary Elizabeth Braddon
MEB and her publisher (Simpkin, Marshall) locked horns with Mudie's Circulating Library on the issue of her final triple-decker, Sons of Fire; she had three unpublished one-volume novels in hand to meet the new...
Publishing Mary Elizabeth Braddon
It appeared as by the author of Lady Audley's Secret. Leng probably paid at least £1,000 each for the serialisation rights for this novel, The Day Will Come (1899), One Life, One Love (1890),...
Publishing Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Simpkin, Marshall and Co. defied Mudie's 27 June circular announcing that they would pay only four shillings per volume, and published the book (as by the author of Lady Audley's Secret) at the usual...
Publishing May Laffan
ML 's highly regarded story about Irish street children entitled Flitters, Tatters and the Counsellor: Three Waifs from the Dublin Streets appeared in a small volume from Simpkin and Marshall in London, and Hodges, Foster, and Figgis
Textual Production Lucy Walford
On 24 June this year Mudie's radically reduced the price it would pay publishers per volume (already well below the price charged to other buyers). This caused publishers (led by Simpkin, Marshall with their issue...
Textual Production George Douglas
GD also wrote stories, including the title piece in St Quentin's, A Village Tale, and Other Stories, published by Simpkin, Marshall and Co. in 1879. The other contributors were Ellinor Davenport Adams , Evelyn Everett-Green
Textual Production Isabella Kelly
IK has occasionally been credited with two novels published by a Mrs. Kelly: The Matron of Erin. A National Tale, Simpkin and Marshall , 1816, and The Fatalists; or, Records of 1814 and...
Textual Production Catherine Sinclair
CS revisited her travel writing much later in her career through a new publisher for her, Simpkin, Marshall of London. They re-issued in 1859 a single volume incorporating both her publications of 1840: Sketches and...
Textual Production Catherine Sinclair
Her later and lesser-known books include The Cabman's Holiday: a tale, Edinburgh 1854, re-issued in 1855 in London; Cross Purposes, a novel, 1855, reprinted in London by Simpkin, Marshall & Co. as Torchester...
Textual Production Elizabeth Strutt
She issued it anonymously with Simpkin and Marshall , dedicated to the Countess of Euston (later Duchess of Grafton) .
Cokayne, George Edward. The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, extant, extinct, or dormant. Gibbs, VicaryEditor , St Catherine Press, 1959.
In opening and closing she invokes Samuel Johnson (a travel writer more interested in the...
Textual Production Elizabeth Thomas
This time she published with Simpkins and Marshall as an Old Wife of Twenty Years. The title phrase purity of heart had been applied to Caroline Dennison, heroine of The Baron of Falconberg...
Textual Production Elizabeth Thomas
This time she published anonymously, though she identified herself as the author of Purity of Heart. Her publishers were again Simpkins and Marshall . She dedicated this book to her children, with a title-page...

Timeline

27 June 1894
Mudie's Circulating Library and bookseller W. H. Smith together announced they would not pay more than four shillings a volume for novels; this forced publishers to abandon triple-decker format, and quickly led to its replacement...
29 December 1940
St Paul's Cathedral in London survived an air raid that destroyed almost all the buildings around it; a photograph of the dome standing amidst flames and billowing smoke became an emblem of the courage of...