2 edition of J.G. Cochrane and the London Library at Pall Mall found in the catalog.
J.G. Cochrane and the London Library at Pall Mall
Written in English
|Statement||by William Baker.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 171-179 ;|
|Number of Pages||179|
Bibliography of Bibliography OR A HANDY BOOK ABOUT BOOKS WHICH RELATE TO BOOKS. BEING AN ALPHABETICAL CATALOGUE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT WORKS DESCRIPTIVE OF THE LITERATURE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND AMERICA, AND MORE THAN A FEW RELATIVE TO FRANCE AND GERMANY. By JOSEPH SABIN. Author of "A Dictionary of Books relating to America," etc. 78 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ES Tel. +44 (0)20 Fax. +44 (0) Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs Wednesday, 2nd September, at 11am Sale Number LT
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A London publisher, James Cochrane, suggested a volume edition of the tales and Hogg seized his chance. With a parting flounce at Blackwood (‘You have starved me fairly out of my house and country’), he headed south to work on his edition. Hogg’s London visit – he arrived on the final day of – was a ed on: Aug GIBRALTAR YD. See Pall Mall. GOOLDEN PLAcE. See Oxford at. C.R. GORE STREET, 66, Piccadilly. 1A JustamondMrs. 2 Greenhough G.. 3 Barton Sarah 4 Greaves Hugh 5 Cullingworth G. 6 Barber Joseph GRANBY ROW. , London road. Â1 Dunbabin Ann 2 Holt Ann 4 Icke John 5 Pyle Benj. 6 Shaw Ann 7 Faulkner Thos. 9 Bent Edward 10 Etty John 11 Taylor James.
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Cochrane and the london library at pall mall Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content. The first home of the LL was in the heart of London's clubland, at 49 Pall Mall, where it was presided over by its first Librarian, a year-old failed publisher and bookseller, J.
Cochrane. He was Carlyle's personal choice and proved to be an indolent incompetent who produced a ELT: VOLUME catalogue for the fi Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Pall Mall Press Publisher - works / 75 ebooks. Borrow. Read. Borrow. Not In Library. Not In Library. 2 books Bernard B. Fall, 2 books J. Drysdale. Cochrane afterwards resided for some time at Hertford as editor of a local newspaper. On 17 Feb. he became the first secretary and librarian of the London Library, founded in the previous year.
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G. Cooper (page images at HathiTrust).In the London Institution was established in Old Jewry, whence it moved to Moorfields, and Ricardo was a member since its foundation. Among the members of the original committee were Richard Sharp and Henry Thornton. It had a large reference library of books and newspapers, which Ricardo seems to have occasionally consulted