Tabart's Juvenile Library


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Publishing Sarah Scudgell Wilkinson
SSW 's A Visit to London serves to exemplify the difficulty of dating her work (apart from her full-length novels). (It has also been ascribed to Elizabeth Kilner , but the chain of allusive authorship...
Publishing Eliza Fenwick
This was illustrated with woodcuts. Copies were sold already coloured, or (more cheaply at one shilling) for the child-owners to colour themselves. Tabart advertised this title in several other books, including EF 's Visits to...
Publishing Eliza Fenwick
In this book product placement is even further highlighted than in some of EF 's other books for children.
Paul, Lissa. “Eliza Fenwick—Forgotten in Histories of Schooling”. British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (BSECS) 35th Annual Conference, Oxford.
It is designed both to advertise Tabart's shop and products, and to foster in white children...
Textual Production Lucy Aikin
LA 's translation from French of Louis François Jauffret 's The Travels of Rolando was published by Phillips : a children's geography book, carried particularly by Tabart's Juvenile Library .
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Textual Production Elizabeth Gunning
EG published with Benjamin Tabart (whose publishing firm and shop, the Juvenile Library , dated from 1801) Family Stories; or, Evenings at my Grandmother's, Intended for Young Persons, of Eight Years Old.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
2d ser. 35 (1802): 473
Paul, Lissa. The Children’s Book Business. Routledge.


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