John Balfour (17..-1795)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 17..
Death : 06-10-1795
Commercial activities : Imprimeur libraire
Note :
Imprimeur-libraire ; papetier ; commissaire-priseur de livres. - Associé à Hamilton dès 1745 environ, il forme, de 1749 à 1766, la société "Hamilton, Balfour and Neill". De 1766 à 1769, travaille en association avec Robert Auld et Smellie puis, de 1769 à 1780, avec Smellie seul. À partir de 1781, associé à son fils Elphingstone Balfour, qui lui succédera en 1795
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2259 0716

Activities of John Balfour (17..-1795) (34 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Mixed works (2)

The history and statutes of the royal infirmary of Edinburgh with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
The History of the reign of the emperor Charles V with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller

Textual works (32)

Tentamen medicum inaugurale, de venenis with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
A catalogue of a very valuable collection of books, in most languages and faculties... which begin to be disposed of by way of sale, on monday the 20th of January 1777, at the shop of John Balfour ; with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Redaktor
A catalogue of one of the finest collections of books that ever were exposed to sale in this country, being partly the library of the late Robert Alexander Esq; with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Redaktor
Hudibras, in three parts. Written in the time of the late Wars. with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Poems of Dr. Jonathan Swift, dean of Saint Patrick's, Dublin with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Remarks on the history of Scotland. By Sir David Dalrymple. with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Select works of W. Shenstone, Efq with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Poems on several occasions with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
The poetical works with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Poems and fables with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Fables, ancient and modern ; translated into verse, from Homer, Ovid, Boccage, and Chaucer : with original poems with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Poems on several occasions with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
The complaint : or, night-thoughts on life, death, and immortality with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Poems upon several occasions with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Poems upon several occasions with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Original poems with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Poems by Mr. Gray with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
The Poems of Dr. Thomas Parnell with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
The Poetical works with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
The British poets with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
The poetical works with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
The works of Virgil with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Paradise regain'd. A poem, in four books. To which is added, Samson Agonistes, and Comus, a Mask with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
The poetical works of James Thomson with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Select poems of Mr A. Cowley with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
The religious establishment in Scotland examined upon protestant principles with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller
Medical essays and observations with John Balfour (17..-1795) as Bookseller

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