Exeter : M'Kenzie.
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DEV_Exeter. M'Kenzie, Joseph. 1795. Printer. PARADISE lost, and paradise regained. - Exeter : Printed by M'Kenzie, High-Street, where shopkeepers and travellers may be supplied with a variety of godly books, songs, &c. --- and the most money given for all kinds of rags , [1795?]. - 1/4°. - Quarter sheet of verse in three columns, verso blank. - Held by: Devon Heritage Centre.No watermark detected.
DEV_Exeter. M'Kenzie, Joseph and Son. 1795. Printers. An EXMOOR scolding, between two sisters, Wilmot Moreman, & Thomasin Moreman, as they were spinning; also, an Exmoor courtship, both in the propriety and decency of the Exmoor dialect, Devon: to which is prefixed, a translation of the same, into plain English. - Exeter : printed and sold by J.McKenzie and Son, stationers, bookbinders, etc. etc. opposite the Half Moon, High-Street , 1795. - 24p ; 8°. - *Dredge p.78 (C.Elkin Matthews); Davidson p.4.
DEV_Exeter. M'Kenzie, Joseph and Son. 1795. Printers. The LIVING characters, and dying behaviours of George Rapson, William M'Gregor, and James Lee, who were executed on Friday, August 14, 1795, on the new drop, fronting the county high-goal, Exeter. - Exeter : Printed by J.M'Kenzie and Son, High-Street , . - 1/4°. - Verso blank. - Held by: Devon Heritage Centre. No watermark detected.
DEV_Exeter. M'Kenzie, Joseph and Son. 1795. Printers. The ORPHAN; or, the interesting life of Little Fanny Fairchild: containing a variety of adventures entirely designed for the amusement and instruction of the Lilliputian world. - Exeter : Printed by J.M'Kenzie and Son, High-Street, for the booksellers in town and country , 1795. - ,9-85p : ill ; 16°. - *Devon Library Service (Children's books collection); Burnet Morris.
DEV_Exeter. M'Kenzie, Joseph and Son. 1796. Printers, booksellers and stationers. Gomersall, A. The disappointed heir: or, memoirs of the Ormond family. A novel. In two volumes. By A. Gomersall. Author of Eleonora, Citizen, &c. ... - Exeter: printed and published by J. M'Kenzie and Son , Booksellers, Stationers, Etc. High-Street ; also, by W. Richardson , Bookseller, Cornhill ; and by Hookham and Carpenter, London, 1796. - ESTC.
DEV_Exeter. M'Kenzie, Joseph and Son. 1796. Printers, booksellers and stationers. Strong, Elizabeth Kirkham. Poems, by Elizabeth Kirkham Strong, of Exeter. - Exeter : Printed by J.McKenzie and Son, booksellers and stationers High-Street; and sold at Mr. G.Dyer's library, Forestreet; also, by Mr. W.Richardson, London. - x,63,p ; 8°. - *Dredge p.78 (S.Drayton & Sons); Plymouth Public Library L2830.
DEV_Exeter. M'Kenzie, Joseph and Son. 1797. Printers and booksellers. Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. Robinson Crusoe. Abridgments The wonderful life and adventures. Of Robinson Crusoe. Written by himself. Adorned with curious prints. - Exeter: printed by M'Kenzie and Son. And may be had of all the booksellers in town and country, 1797. - ESTC.
DEV_Exeter. M'Kenzie, Joseph and Son. 1797. Printers and booksellers. Halloran, Laurence Hynes, 1766-1831. A sermon, for the general fast, 8th of March, 1797. By the Reverend L. H. Halloran. - Exeter: printed by Mckenzie and Son, High-Street. [illigible], . - ESTC.
DEV_Exeter. M'Kenzie, Joseph and Son. 1797. Printers and booksellers. Pullen, Philip. Minerva. Or, the road to wisdom, virtue & happiness. Being a collection of lessons for the instruction of young persons. By Philip Pullen, master of the Exeter Academy. - Exeter : Printed and published by M'Kenzie and son, booksellers, &c High-Street; and sold by [20 booksellers] , 1797. - 142,p ; 8°. - *Devon and Exeter Institution.
DEV_Exeter. M'Kenzie, Joseph and Son. 1797. Printers, bookbinders. Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. The second sett of catechisms and prayers: or, some helps to the religion of children, and their Knowledge of the Scripture, from seven to twelve years of age. Collected out of the larger books of prayers and catechisms, for childhood and youth. By I. Watts, D.D. - Exeter: printed by M'kenzie and son, binders, &c. High-Street, for the use of the Sunday schools; and sold by all the booksellers and schoolmasters in town and country, 1797.
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