Ralph Griffiths

Ralph Griffiths: essayist, publisher, watchmaker, husband, and wit. Ralph Griffiths (c.1720 – September 28, 1803) was an English journal editor and publisher of Welsh extraction. In 1749, he founded London's first successful literary magazine, the ''Monthly Review'' (1749–1845), and remained its editor until his death in 1803. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Griffiths, Ralph
Published 1747
printed for the proprietor, and sold by R. Griffiths, at the Dunciad, in Ludgate Street

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by Griffiths, Ralph
Published 1746
Printed and sold by Messrs. Grimky and Voguel Booksellers in Amsterdam; and by all other booksellers in Great-Britain, Ireland and Holland

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by Griffiths, Ralph
Published 1746
printed for T. Johnston, in Salisbury-Court, Fleet-Street

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by Griffiths, Ralph
Published 1746
printed for G. Smith, near Temple-Bar ; and sold also by Mess. Grimky and Voguel, booksellers in Amsterdam; and by all other booksellers in Great-Britain, Ireland and Holland [printed by William Faden: sold by William Owen

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by Griffiths, Ralph
Published 1779
printed for the Company of Stationers, and R.J. in (dublin)

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by Griffiths, Ralph
Published 1747
printed for T. Johnston, in Salisbury Court, Fleet-Street

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by Griffiths, Ralph
Published 1769
printed by Weir and M'lean. For James Davidson and Co. at Fergusley near Paisley

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by Griffiths, Ralph
Published 1746
sold by the publishers and pamphlet-sellers in London and Westminster