John Stockdale

John Stockdale "The Bookselling Blacksmith" by [[Thomas Rowlandson John Stockdale (25 March 1750 – 21 June 1814) was an English publisher whose London shop became a salon for the political classes and who had to face two actions for defamation. One by the House of Commons became a ''cause célèbre'' and resulted in an important change in the law. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Stockdale, John
Published 1784
printed for John Stockdale

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by Stockdale, John
Published 1790
printed for John Stockdale, Opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly. M,DCC,XC. (entered at Stationers-Hall.)
Subjects: '; ...Stockdale, John / 1749?-1814 / Trials, litigation, etc...

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by Stockdale, John
Published 1791
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by Stockdale, John
Published 1799
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by Stockdale, John
Published 1782
printed for J. Stockdale, (from Mr. Almon's) T. Carnan; and R. Faulder

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by Stockdale, John
Published 1787
printed for John Stockdale

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by Stockdale, John
Published 1792
printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly

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by Stockdale, John
Published 1784
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by Stockdale, John
Published 1790
printed for P. Byrne, Grueber and Màllister, W. Mk̀enzie, J. Jones, and H. Watts
Subjects: '; ...Stockdale, John / 1749?-1814 / Trials, litigation, etc...

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by Stockdale, John
Published 1785
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by Stockdale, John
Published 1783
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by Stockdale, John
Published 1792
Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly and sold by all the booksellers in Great Britain

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by Stockdale, John
Published 1791
Printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly