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Dedications Jane Barker
It appeared though Curll and Rivington , dedicated to the Countess of Nottingham (an Anglican who was said to be a Catholic sympathiser). Its frontispiece is an engraving of the Crucifixion. It has recently been...
Publishing Mary Barber
This month Barber's teenage son Rupert was on duty all day to dispense copies to subscribers, at the painter's house in Covent Garden where he was a student or apprentice.
Stewart, Wendy. “The Poetical Trade of Favours: Swift, Mary Barber, and the Counterfeit Letters”. Lumen, pp. 155 - 74.
The true publication date...
Publishing Jane Ellen Harrison
Harrison was initially displeased with Rivingtons , her publisher, for printing the book under her full name: wanting her reputation to stand or fall on its own merits, she had expected it to appear under...
Publishing Sarah Trimmer
The full title was A Comparative View of the New Plan of Education promulgated by Mr. Joseph Lancaster, in his Tracts concerning the Instruction of the Children of the Labouring Part of the Community; and...
Textual Production Laetitia-Matilda Hawkins
LMH published, again with her name and with Rivington , the novel Rosanne; or, A Father's Labour Lost.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
4th ser. 6 (1814): 215
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, 1952.
Textual Production Hannah More
A different publisher, Rivington , issued a volume of HM 's new tracts and ballads against sedition and impiety, written over the last two or three years.
Herron, Bonnie. "An Old Ballad Monger": Hannah More’s Unpublished Letters 1798-1827. University of Alberta, 1999.
Textual Production Catherine Talbot
It appeared in two volumes from Rivington .
Textual Production Sarah Trimmer
This was one of several series with this title, published with Rivington . The title-page listed some of ST 's publications after her name.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
3d ser. 4 (1805): 372
Textual Production Sarah Trimmer
It was published with her name that year, by Longman and Rivington , specifically addressed to patrons of such schools. The text was reissued by Cambridge University Press in 2010, online and in print-on-demand format.
Solo: Search Oxford University Libraries Online.
Trimmer, Sarah. Reflections upon the Education of Children in Charity Schools. Cambridge University Press, 2010.


Perhaps late 1803
Mrs Marriott (almost certainly Martha Marriott , 1737-1812, of Mendlesham in Suffolk) published Elements of Religion, Containing a Simple Deduction of Christianity , from its Source to its Present Circumstances.
Ann Deane published with her initials (but revealing her class and gender as a lady) A Tour through the Upper Provinces of Hindostan . . . between the years 1804 and 1814: with remarks...