Thomas Cadell

Standard Name: Cadell, Thomas,, the younger


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Publishing Ann Radcliffe
It had been advertised in the London Chronicle on 22-4 April.
Norton, Rictor. Mistress of Udolpho: The Life of Ann Radcliffe. Leicester University Press.
The day after it appeared AR 's previous publisher, Hookham , issued a whole clutch of related works: new editions of her first...
Publishing Charlotte Smith
Her former publisher, the firm of Cadell , was just passing to a new generation. Both Thomas Cadells , father and son , and William Davies (partner of the latter) found Desmond too revolutionary: it...
Reception Mary Prince
The aftermath dragged on. Thomas Pringle of the Anti-Slavery Society , who had published MP 's work, sued Thomas Cadell , London publisher of Blackwood's; the man who claimed ownership of MP sued Pringle for libel.


27 December 1802: Thomas Cadell the elder died (leaving an...

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27 December 1802

Thomas Cadell the elder died (leaving an estate of £150,000); his junior partner, Thomas Davies , then ran the business together with Thomas Cadell, junior .


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