Joseph Johnson

Connections

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Literary responses Maria Elizabetha Jacson
On 24 August 1795Erasmus Darwin and Sir Brooke Boothby wrote a joint letter to Maria Jacson in praise of Botanical Dialogues, which they had read in manuscript. They even expressed the hope that...
Publishing Mary Hays
The Analytical assignment was useful in bringing her into contact with Joseph Johnson (as her Monthly reviewing had made her acquainted with Richard Phillips and her Critical work had made her acquainted with George Robinson
Publishing Anne Steele
This poem stands second in the manuscript volume Poems by Mary Steele in her youth, which is among her papers, now STE 5/5 in the Angus Library at Regent's Park College, Oxford University ...
Textual Production Maria Edgeworth
The publisher was, as usual, Joseph Johnson . ME received in all two hundred and sixty pounds for it.
Butler, Marilyn. Maria Edgeworth: A Literary Biography. Clarendon.
492
Her name appeared on the title-page. There were seventeen editions by 1848.
Butler, Marilyn. Maria Edgeworth: A Literary Biography. Clarendon.
491n4
Textual Production Maria Edgeworth
She wrote Ormond (120,000 words) in three months; her father wrote an address to the reader for it a few days before he died.
Butler, Marilyn. Maria Edgeworth: A Literary Biography. Clarendon.
290
Garside, Peter et al., editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press.
2: 445
The three volumes containing the two titles were...
Textual Production Mary Hays
MH published with Joseph Johnson a book for children, Harry Clinton: A Tale for Youth, a historical work adapted from Henry Brooke 's The Fool of Quality.
Kelly, Gary. Women, Writing, and Revolution 1790-1827. Clarendon.
247
Textual Production Mary Hays
The work was published by Joseph Johnson . The preface says the author began this work some years previously (in 1790 or 1791), and dropped it when she read Wollstonecraft's Vindication of the Rights of...
Textual Production Regina Maria Roche
The future RMR published through Joseph Johnson (with her birth name given as Maria Regina Dalton) her first novel, The Vicar of Lansdowne; or, Country Quarters. A Tale.
Garside, Peter et al., editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press.
1: 483
Textual Production Charlotte Smith
CS 's Beachy Head, Fables, and Other Poems appeared, through Joseph Johnson , three months after her death.
Her biographers Hilbish (1941) and Fletcher (1998) both say the title-poem was the last thing she...
Textual Production Lucy Aikin
It was published by Joseph JohnsonJoseph Johnson and dedicated to Aikin's friend born Anna Wakefield (who had married her brother Charles Rochemont Aikin , the one among Lucy's brothers whom their aunt Anna Letitia Barbauld had...
Textual Production Anna Letitia Barbauld
France and Britain had been at war since the first of February, and the fast was held for the sake of the war. Church of England bishops composed a form of prayer for the occasion...
Textual Production Sarah Trimmer
ST published with Longman , Robinson , and JohnsonThe Sunday-School Catechist, Consisting of Familiar Lectures, with Questions, for the use of visiters [sic] and teachers.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
66 (1788): 248
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Textual Production Anne Damer
AD published with Joseph Johnson her three-volume novel Belmour, an intelligent didactic tale.
Garside, Peter et al., editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press.
2: 132
Textual Production Sarah Trimmer
It was issued by a group of publishers: Longman , the Robinsons , and Joseph Johnson .
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The whole title was a long one: The Œconomy of Charity; or, an Address to Ladies concerning Sunday-Schools...
Textual Production Anne Damer
An anonymous novel was published in three volumes by Johnson , entitled Letters of Miss Riversdale, which Charlotte Smith ascribed to AD .
Garside, Peter et al., editors. The English Novel 1770-1829. Oxford University Press.
2: 163

Timeline

1777: John Howard, with The State of the Prisons...

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1777

John Howard , with The State of the Prisons in England and Wales (printed by William Eyres at Warrington and sold by Joseph Johnson in London) initiated a movement for prison reform.

1784: Henry Fearon, surgeon, published A Treatise...

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1784

Henry Fearon , surgeon, published A Treatise on Cancers, with a New and Successful Method of Operating, Particularly in Cancers of the Breast and Testis.

1785: Dr George Gregory (friend of Elizabeth Hamilton)...

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1785

Dr George Gregory (friend of Elizabeth Hamilton ) published with Joseph JohnsonEssays Historical and Moral, which expresses feminist and reforming sentiments.

May 1788: The Analytical Review: or history of literature...

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May 1788

The Analytical Review: or history of literature domestic and foreign began publication, edited by Thomas Christie and published by Joseph Johnson .

Texts

Barbauld, Anna Letitia. Lessons for Children, from Three to Four Years Old. Joseph Johnson, 1779.
Barbauld, Anna Letitia. Lessons for Children, of Three Years Old. Joseph Johnson, 1778.
Barbauld, Anna Letitia. Lessons for Children, of Two to Three Years Old. Joseph Johnson, 1778.
Damer, Anne. Belmour. Joseph Johnson, 1801.
Damer, Anne. Letters of Miss Riversdale. Joseph Johnson, 1803.
Edgeworth, Maria. Early Lessons. Joseph Johnson, 1801.
Edgeworth, Maria. Leonora. Joseph Johnson, 1806.
Edgeworth, Maria. Popular Tales. Joseph Johnson, 1804.
Edgeworth, Maria. The Modern Griselda. Joseph Johnson, 1805.
Edgeworth, Richard Lovell, and Maria Edgeworth. Essay on Irish Bulls. Joseph Johnson, 1802.
Edgeworth, Richard Lovell. Essays on Professional Education. Joseph Johnson, 1809.
Scott, Mary. The Female Advocate. Joseph Johnson, 1774.
Smith, Charlotte. Beachy Head. Joseph Johnson, 1807.
Smith, Charlotte. Conversations, Introducing Poetry. Joseph Johnson, 1804.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. A Vindication of the Rights of Men. Joseph Johnson, 1790.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Joseph Johnson, 1792.
Salzmann, Christian Gotthilf. Elements of Morality. Translator Wollstonecraft, Mary, Joseph Johnson, 1790.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. Letters Written During a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Joseph Johnson, 1796.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. Mary: A Fiction. Joseph Johnson, 1788.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. Origin and Progress of the French Revolution. Joseph Johnson, 1794.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. Original Stories from Real Life. Joseph Johnson, 1788.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. Posthumous Works. Editor Godwin, William, Joseph Johnson, 1798.
Wollstonecraft, Mary, editor. The Female Reader. Joseph Johnson, 1789.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. “The Wrongs of Woman; or, Maria. A Fragment”. Posthumous Works, edited by William Godwin, Joseph Johnson, 1798, p. Vols. I - II.
Wollstonecraft, Mary. Thoughts on the Education of Daughters. Joseph Johnson, 1787.