John Stockdale

Standard Name: Stockdale, John,, d. 1814

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Dedications Mary Stockdale
She published it as Miss S., through her father 's firm, and dedicated it to the king . She put out a second edition in 1817, as The Mirror of the Mind, and Other...
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Stockdale
MS 's father, John Stockdale , also became well-known as a publisher, conspicuous and not entirely reputable. He had worked as a blacksmith and a valet before coming to London and finding work in some...
Family and Intimate relationships Mary Stockdale
MS 's father, John Stockdale , having been acquitted for publishing a libel (attacking the House of Commons over Warren Hastings ), himself printed The Whole Proceedings on the Trial . . . against John Stockdale.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
70 (1790): 582
Publishing Mary Stockdale
MS published for the Author, through her father 's firm , a work which had first appeared in the Morning Post: The Widow and Her Orphan Family, An Elegy.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
4th ser. 1 (1812): 112
Textual Production Mary Stockdale
MS (as Miss Stockdale) issued through her father 's firmThe Family Book; or, Children's Journal, translated from the French of Arnaud Berquin , Interspers'd with Poetical Pieces written by the Translator...
Textual Production Hester Lynch Piozzi
She had been working on this, or something like it, for a decade.
Clifford, James L. Hester Lynch Piozzi (Mrs Thrale). Clarendon Press.
379
She and John Stockdale , her publisher, wanted badly to have the book in the shops on New Year's Day for...
Textual Production Mary Stockdale
MS published her poetry volume The Effusions of the Heart through the firm of her fatherJohn Stockdale ; this was apparently her earliest publication.
Critical Review. W. Simpkin and R. Marshall.
2nd ser. 22 (1798): 352
Wealth and Poverty Mary Stockdale
The death of MS 's father made a sad change . . . in her affairs, and left her to support her aged Widowed Mother and herself.
Stockdale, Mary. A Wreath for the Urn. Mary Stockdale.

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