John Almon (1737-1805)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 17-12-1737
Death : 12-12-1805
Commercial activities : Imprimeur libraire
Note :
Imprimeur-libraire ; journaliste et écrivain. - Natif de Liverpool. D'abord ouvrier imprimeur (1759). Établi imprimeur-libraire à Londres à l'automne 1763. Journaliste, pamphlétaire, auteur de nombreux ouvrages littéraires, historiques et politiques, dont certains sous les pseudonymes : "English Freeholder" et "Independent Whig". Se retire des affaires en juin 1781 et y revient en sept. 1784, après son remariage avec la veuve de l'imprimeur William Parker, propriétaire du "General Advertiser". Condamné en 1789 comme auteur de libelles diffamatoires, il s'exile en France. Emprisonné après son retour à Londres (1792-1793), il quitte la capitale pour se retirer définitivement à la campagne (Boxmoor, Hertfordshire). Décédé à Liverpool en déc. 1805
Variants of the name : English Freeholder (1737-1805)
Independent Whig (1737-1805)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8096 3384

Activities of John Almon (1737-1805) (39 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Textual works (37)

The Correspondence of the late John Wilkes with his friends, printed from the original manuscripts. In which are introduced Memoirs of his life, by John Almon... with John Almon (1737-1805) as Editor
Anecdotes of the life of the right hon. William Pitt, earl of Chatham
Anecdotes of the life of the right hon. William Pitt, earl of Chatham
Anecdotes of the life of the right hon. William Pitt, earl of Chatham
An Asylum for fugitive pieces, in prose and verse, not in any other collection ; with several pieces never before published. (Collected by John Almon.) A new edition...
The right, interest, and duty, of government, as concerned in the affairs of the East Indies with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Considerations on the late disturbances with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Authentic abstracts of minutes in the Supreme Council of Bengal with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Considerations on the important benefits to be derived from the East-India Company's building and navigating their own ships with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
The Case of the President or Governor, and of the Council of :Madrass: +Madras+ fairly stated with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
A collection of interesting, authentic papers, relative to the dispute between Great Britain and America, shewing the causes and progress of that misunderstanding, from 1764 to 1775. with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Letters from Portugal, on the late and present state of that kingdom with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Common sense; addressed to the inhabitants of America with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Plain truth : adressed to the inhabitants of America. Containing remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled Common sense [...] written by Candidus with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Additions to Common sense; addressed to the inhabitants of America with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
An Oration in memory of general Montgomery, and of the officers and soldiers who fell with him, December 31, 1775, before Quebec ; drawn up (and delivered February 19th, 1776)... By William Smith,... with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Plain truth ; addressed to the inhabitants of America. Containing remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled Common sense... Written by Candidus. Second edition with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Common sense; addressed to the inhabitants of America with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
A Speech intended to have been delivered in the House of Commons, in support of the petition from the General congress at Philadelphia with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
A Second appeal to the justice and interests of the people, on the measures respecting America with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Proceedings of the governor and council at Fort William, respecting the administration of justice amongst the natives in Bengal with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
The chains of slavery with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
An Appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
An Appeal to the justice and interests of the people of Great Britain with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
A Collection of all the treaties of peace, alliance, and commerce, between Great-Britain and other powers, from the revolution in 1688, to the present time with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Considerations on the policy, commerce and circumstances of the kingdom with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
The Controversy between Great Britain and her colonies reviewed with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
A list of books and pamphlets printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington-House, in Piccadilly. with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
A list of books and pamphlets printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington-House, in Piccadilly. with John Almon (1737-1805) as Redaktor
The Conduct of the late administration examined with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
The double mistake with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
Considerations on behalf of the colonists with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
A Review of Mr. Pitt's administration. The third edition...
A Review of the reign of George the Second... (By John Almon)
A Review of the reign of George the Second...

Mixed works (2)

A topographical description of such parts of North America as are contained in the (annexed) map of the middle british colonies, &c. in North America with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller
The Begining, progress, and conclusion of the late war with John Almon (1737-1805) as Bookseller

Documents about John Almon (1737-1805) (2 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Books (2)

'Tis treason, my good man!
Bookseller as Rogue

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