John Marshall


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Publishing Caroline Norton
She was said to have composed this collaboratively with her elder sister, Helen Selina , but she was the guiding spirit, and library catalogues do not record Helen's involvement. The book was intended as a...
Publishing Sarah Trimmer
It was probably in 1785 that ST published her first set of prints: that is, engraved plates for educational purposes. Her first topic was English history, and the book of prints had a companion volume,...
Publishing Sarah Scudgell Wilkinson
Since, however, she was not yet ten, it seems likely either that her connection with this text is entirely fabricated, or that she had some help, or else that, although still very young, she had...
Publishing Hannah More
This was not the end of the Cheap Repository Tracts. In the following month HM 's The Plum-Cakes, a broadside, was entered at Stationers' Hall ;
Demers, Patricia. The World of Hannah More. University Press of Kentucky.
and the printer was changed again...
Textual Production Caroline Norton
Publisher J. Marshall issued The Dandies' Rout, a 16-page booklet by A Young Lady of Distinction, aged eleven years: that is, Caroline Sheridan (later CN ).
OCLC WorldCat. Accessed 1999.
Textual Production Sarah Scudgell Wilkinson
The publisher John Marshall issued Midsummer Holydays; or, A Long Story, an anonymous short novel for the improvement and entertainment of young folk, which later allusive title-pages link with the name of SSW .
English Short Title Catalogue.
Textual Production Hannah More
HM 's Cheap Repository Tracts were issued in a two-volume collection (a format designed for middle-class, not working-class readers) by Marshall .
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
2d ser. 21 (1797): 236
Textual Production Hannah More
The Cheap Repository Tracts ended; reprinting rights were sold to Rivington , but Marshall went on issuing tracts by the same title, some of them bawdy or (by HM 's terms) politically suspect.
Jones, Mary Gwladys. Hannah More. Cambridge University Press.
Textual Production Hannah More
By 23 July 1794, following the appearance of Paine's The Age of Reason, Porteus was urging More to write on the evidences of Christianity in the style of her Village Politics. She declined...


About 1784: John Marshall published Nurse Dandlem's Little...

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About 1784

John Marshall published Nurse Dandlem's Little Repository of Great Instruction for all who Would be Good and Noble: half old-fashioned, irresponsible fairy tale, half modern, moralised instruction.

5 February 1836: The children's writer Dorothy Kilner died...

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5 February 1836

The children's writerDorothy Kilner died at Stratford near London; she and her sister-in-law, Mary Ann Kilner (1753-1831), published their anonymous, undated works through John Marshall from the 1770s.


Wilkinson, Sarah Scudgell. Midsummer Holydays. John Marshall, 1788.