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26 June 2014

Devon imprints. Stonehouse

The Devon book trades : imprint registers.

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STONEHOUSE. Devon. Incorporated in Plymouth 1914.

Stonehouse. Gray, William. 1812. Bookseller*. BIRT, Isaiah. A vindication of the Baptists : from the strictures made on their sentiments and practice, by a minister of the gospel, in a pamphlet, entitled "A discourse on baptism, &c. &c." / by Isaiah Birt. - Plymouth-Dock : Printed and sold by Granville and Son, ... ; sold also by Button and Son, ... , London; Horsey, Portsea; Besley, and Trewman and Son, Exeter; Nettleton and Son, Plymouth; Gray, Stonehouse; and most other booksellers., 1812. - 34 p. 19 cm. - Includes biblical and bibliographical references. Errata at foot of p. 34. - Held by: Oxford Stonehouse. Gray, William. 1812. Bookseller*A View of Plymouth-Dock, Plymouth, and adjacent country : being a description of every object in the vicinty, that can interest the stranger, or the tourist; in two parts. Part I. The Devon side of the Tamar... Part II. The West side of the Tamar, including the beautiful seat of Mount Edgecumbe; also an appendix containing a table of hackney coach fares from Plymouth to Dock, &c.-- Plymouth-Dock : A. Granville & Son, Britannia Office, 50 Fore-Street; sold also by Crosby and Co. Stationers' Court, London; Southwood, Plymouth; and Gray, Stonehouse, 1812.-- vii, [1], 130, 6p, [1] folding map ; 8vo. - Held by: National Trust ; Cambridge ; Glasgow ; British Library ; Oxford ; Edinburgh.


Stonehouse. Gray, William. 1815. Bookseller*. Woolmer, Samuel. The Servant of the Lord : A sermon [on Romans i. 1], occasioned by the death of the late Rev. T. Coke, LL.D. preached at Sheerness and Brompton, Kent / By Samuel Woolmer; who was brought to a knowledge of the truth under the Doctor's ministry, in the Island of Barbadoes, in the West Indies. - London [etc.] : Printed at the Conference-Office, 14, City Road, By T. Cordeux, Agent. Sold by J. Bruce, 5, City-Road; W. Baynes, Paternoster-Row; W. Kent, Holborn; Mr. Edward Woolmer, Exeter; West and Glanville, Plymouth; Gray, Stonehouse; Kennard and Hayward, Plymouth Dock; Knee, Stroud; Mrs. Greaves, Weymouth; Taylor and Chubb, Portsea; Goldsmith, Portsmouth; Wilkins, Derby; Nuttal and Fisher, Liverpool; Hoophill, Bristol; and by all Booksellers in the United Kingdom, 1815. - 31p ; 21 cm. - Held by: Manchester.

Stonehouse. Huss, Thomas. 1803. Bookseller*.

Stonehouse. Huss, Thomas. 1803. Bookseller*. Sermon ... A sermon on the threatened invasion, &c. By a Devonshire curate. - Dock : Printed and sold by E.Hoxland; sold also by Huss, Stonehouse; Richards, Plymouth; Trewman and Son, Exeter; G. and J.Robinsons, London; and all other booksellers in town and country , 1803. - 8°. - Colophon: Hoxland, printer, Fore-Street, Dock. Dredge p.41. - Held by: [no copies located]. - Subjects. Invasions. Sermons. 1803.

Stonehouse. Huss, Thomas. 1815. Bookseller and print publisher. Cooke, John. Napoleon, born at Ajaccio 15 August 1769 / engraved by John Cooke of Plymouth. - [Stonehouse] : Published by T. Huss, bookseller of Stonehouse, 29 September , 1815. - Mezzotint? - Held by: Plymouth Museum. - Subjects: Devon. Plymouth. Prisoners of War. Napoleon I, emperor of France. Portraits. 1795.

Stonehouse. Lewis, John. 1865. Printer. Turner, John T.F. A familiar description of the old Delabole slate quarries. - Stonehouse : John Lewis , 1865. - 24p ; 21cm. - Held by: Devon Heritage Centre: s622.354/St.T/TUR (photocopy). - Subjects: Cornwall. Saint Teeth. Slate quarries. Delabole Slate Quarries.

Stonehouse. [s. n.]. 1794. Printer.

Stonehouse. [s. n.]. 1794. Printer. PENROSE, Francis. Letters philosophical and astronomical. - Stonehouse : [s.n.] , 1794. - *Plymouth Public Library L3292.

Stonehouse. [s. n.]. 1819. Printer. A WALK round Mount Edgcumbe: with a folded map of the grounds. [6th? ed]. - Stonehouse : [] , 1819. - Davidson p.36 (Upcott).

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