John Sewell (1734?-1802)

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Pays : Grande-Bretagne
Sexe : masculin
Naissance : 1734
Mort : 19-11-1802
Activité commerciale : Imprimeur libraire
Note :
Libraire et éditeur d'estampes. - En association à ses débuts avec le libraire londonien John II Brotherton, à qui il succède en 1775. Publie l'"European Magazine" de 1782 à 1802. Auteur de divers opuscules. Expert en construction navale. Dit âgé de 68 ans lors de son décès (nov. 1802). James Asperne lui succède à la même adresse
Autre forme du nom : John Sewel (1734?-1802)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8247 0735

John Sewell (1734?-1802) : œuvres (18)

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Thoughts on civilization, and the gradual abolition of slavery in Africa and the west Indies
History of the Government of the Island of Newfoundland
Speech of the earl of Abingdon, on his lordship's motion for postponing the further consideration of the question for the abolition of the slave trade
A letter to the members of Parliament who have presented petitions to the honourable house of commons for the abolition of the slave trade
Hints for some new regulations in the sugar-trade : with remarks on the state of commerce in the french and british west-india islands. By an impartial man
Anecdotes of the life and character of John Howard
A journal of the march of the Bombay detachment, across the Mahratta country, from Culpee to Surat, in 1778 ; commanded by lieutenant-colonel Goddard : together with the proceedings of the Bombay army, under colonel Egerton, in their march towards Poonah

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A catalogue of a valuable and extensive collection of books, containing many rare and curious articles in the finest preservation and most splendid bindings ; also a large assortment in every branch of scientific and polite literature ; including the entire libraries of Francis William Skipwith, esq; late of Warwickshire, and of several other gentlemen deceased... The sale will begin on tuesday, February I, 1785, by Benjamin White and son, booksellers, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London...

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[Recueil. Oeuvre de J. Sewell]

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Critique on the late French Revolution

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