Cadell, Jr


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Dedications Felicia Hemans
The attractive quarto volume, printed in Liverpool for T. Cadell and W. Davies in London, was dedicated with permission to the Prince of Wales . It had 977 other subscribers, including Captain Alfred Hemans
Literary responses Catharine Macaulay
Thomas Wilson arranged the publication by Cadell of Six Odes, presented to . . . Mrs. Catharine Macaulay , on her Birth-Day.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
43 (1777): 389
Publishing Charlotte Smith
The publication was initially turned down by Cadell and Davies . The two-volume edition was published by Sampson Low in 1800. They published a third volume in 1801, and two further volumes followed from Longman and Rees
Publishing Felicia Hemans
Again she published with T. Cadell and W. Davies , who this time had the work printed in London instead of in Liverpool.
Publishing Hannah More
Cadell said the whole of the first edition was pre-sold before publication day: he hurriedly sent HM a copy to correct for a second edition.
Herron, Bonnie. "An Old Ballad Monger": Hannah More’s Unpublished Letters 1798-1827. University of Alberta.
It went through eleven editions: nearly ten thousand copies.
Jones, Mary Gwladys. Hannah More. Cambridge University Press.
Publishing Felicia Hemans
For her later volumes of poetry (with the exception of one aimed at children), FH moved to publishing with William Blackwood and Thomas Cadell .
Publishing Jane Austen
JA 's father wrote to offer her First Impressions, anonymously, to the quality publishers Cadell and Davies ; his offer to send the manuscript was declined by return of post.
Honan, Park. Jane Austen: Her Life. Weidenfeld and Nicolson.
Le Faye, Deirdre. “Chronology of Jane Austen’s Life”. The Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen, edited by Edward Copeland and Juliet McMaster, Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-11.
Publishing Sophia Lee
SL published with Cadell , as the author of The Chapter of Accidents, the first volume of her historical novel The Recess; or, A Tale of Other Times.
Lee, Sophia. “Introduction”. The Recess, edited by April Alliston, University Press of Kentucky, p. ix - lii.
Publishing Hester Lynch Piozzi
Cadell had offered her £500 for the right to publish her Johnson letters. Samuel Lysons helped her with the job of editing.
Clifford, James L. Hester Lynch Piozzi (Mrs Thrale). Clarendon Press.
Publishing Helen Maria Williams
She had written this during her previous year's residence in France. With it she changed her publisher from Cadell to Robinson .
Kennedy, Deborah. Helen Maria Williams and the Age of Revolution. Bucknell University Press.
Publishing Anne Bannerman
Orientalist William Erskine helped to arrange the publication of this work.
Kushigian, Nancy, and Stephen C. Behrendt, editors. Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period.
AB had hoped to be published by Cadell and Davies , but could not get them to take her on.
Elfenbein, Andrew. Romantic Genius: The Prehistory of a Homosexual Role. Columbia University Press.
Publishing Ann Radcliffe
Its full title was The Italian, or, The Confessional of the Black Penitents. A Romance. For the copyright of this novel, the author and her husband received £800 from the publishers, Cadell and Davies
Publishing Ann Yearsley
Two further editions of Poems, on Several Occasions, issued by the original publisher, Thomas Cadell , brought in a further £250. After breaking with Hannah More, AY issued in 1786 a fourth edition through...
Publishing Charlotte Smith
Since the Prévost book had been out for two generations, it was no wonder that two previous translations had appeared. According to CS 's sister, Catherine Ann Dorset , Cadell published an edition of Smith's...
Publishing Frances Brooke
It became a dazzling hit in England and other countries, performed in every year until the end of the century, and frequently reprinted after Cadell first published it early in 1783.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
55 (1783): 152


By June 1774: Lord Kames published with Cadell his Sketches...

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By June 1774

Lord Kames published with Cadell his Sketches in the History of Man.


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