Stanley Paul and Company Limited
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This was one of the six-shilling novels published by Stanley Paul , a series including work by such writers as Rhoda Broughton , Dorothea Gerard , and Violet Hunt . (The same firm issued two-shilling...
Again the London edition (by Stanley Paul and Co. ) was accompanied by a Tauchnitz edition, of which the British Library copy is bound with the publisher's list and catalogue, and with two pages of...
Irked by remembering the money she had lost by selling the copyright of her best-selling novel, Comin' Thro' The Rye, HM sued publisher Stanley Paul for the copyright to her final novel, Love, the...
Shortly after her husband 's death in early 1914, the increasingly deaf and rheumatic HM resurfaced to bring a lawsuit against her later publishers, Stanley Paul , in an attempt to secure the copyright of...
She put forward the claim that Stanley Paul had paid her for only five years of the copyright, which had now expired. A newspaper report suggested that either there was a common mistake or a...
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Despite Tauchnitz's choice of title for The Blood-Tax, DG went on in The Bridge of Life: A Novel Without a Purpose (1904) apparently to reject the thesis or problem style of novel beloved by...
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Soon after her husband's death she resurfaced from obscurity to bring a lawsuit against her later publishers, Stanley Paul , having to do with her novel Love, the Thief, 1909, but she lost the...
Stanley Paul and Company Limited was founded by Stanley Paul at 31 Essex Street, London, after he left the staff of Hutchinson and Company .