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Lintott, Barnaby Bernard (1675-1736)
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Pays : ROYAUME-UNI
Date de naissance : 0112 1675
Date de mort : 0302 1736

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Note publique d'information :
Libraire ; imprimeur des votes du Parlement. En apprentissage de 1690 à mars 1699 (?)


Note publique d'information :
En association avec son fils Henry à partir de 1730


Note publique d'information :
London : 1698-1736 ; In Saint Martin's lane ; At the post office, in the middle Temple gate (in Fleet street) ; Between the (two) Temple gates (in Fleet street) ; Next Nando's coffee house, Temple Bar - At the Cross Keys (and Crown)


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DNB. Plomer, 1668-1725. Morrison, 1641-1700

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Autres identifiants

En cours : frBN007912951
En cours : FRBNF122307615

Notices bibliographiques liées :3rôle(s)

160 Libraire ( 1 )
610 Imprimeur ( 12 )
650 Editeur commercial ( 4 )



Libraire :

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085270660 : The first part of the institutes of the Laws of England or, a commentary upon Littleton, not the name of the author only, but of the Law it self... authore Edwardo Coke... also three learned tracts of the same author : the first, his Reading upon the 27th of Edward the first, entituled, The Statute of Leavying fines : the second, of Bail and Mainprize : and the third, his Compleat Copyholder. The eleventh edition (carefully corrected from the many errors of the former impressions) to which is added, th Treatise of the Old tenures of the laws of England : with two new tables ; and many references to the modern law cases, never printed before, and distinguished from the old references by this mark [-] / In the Savoy : printed by Eliz. Nutt et R. Gosling (assigns of Edward Sayer esq;) and are to be sold by B. Lintott, at the cross-keys, R. gosling, at the mitre and crown, in Fleetstreet ; and T. Ward, in the Inner-temple-lane. MDCCXIX , 1719



Imprimeur :

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060141794 : The tragedy of Jane Shore. Written in imitation of Shakespear's style. By N. Rowe... The fifth edition / London : printed for Bernard Lintot ; and sold by W. Feales , 1733

060141808 : The tragedy of the Lady Jane Gray. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By N. Rowe... / The sixth edition / London : printed for Bernard Lintot; and sold by W. Feales. , M.DCC.XXXIII

060138807 : [The czar of Muscovy : a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields by His Majesty's servants] / Mary Pix / [London : printed for B. Bernard Lintott , 1701]

131194895 : The religion of nature delineated / London: printed by Samuel Palmer, in Bartholomew-Close, and sold by B. Lintot, W. and J. Innys, J. Osborn and T. Longman, and J. Batley. 1726

060139102 : The quaker's wedding. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal by His Majesty's servants. Written by Richard Wilkinson.. / London: printed for Bernard Lintot. 1723

060138858 : Tunbridge-walks: or, the yeoman of Kent. A comedy. By the author of the Humour o' the age. The sixth edition.. / London: printed for Bernard Lintot. M.DCC.XXVII

060138661 : The city-heiress: or, Sir Timothy Treat-all. A comedy, as it is acted at His Royal Highness His Theatre. Written by Mrs. A. Behn / London: printed for Richard Wellington, and sold by Percivil Gilborne, and Bernard Lintott. 1698

060140151 : Hypermnestra: or, love in tears. A tragedy. By Robert Owen... The second edition / London: printed for Bernard Lintot. 1722

060140070 : Ajax of Sophocles. Translated from the greek, with notes.. / London: printed for Bernard Lintott, 1714

060140046 : The works of Mr. Edmund Smith, late of Christ-Church, Oxford: containing, I. Phaedra and Hippolitus. II. A Poem on the death of Mr. Philips. III. Bodleian speech. IV. Pocockius, &c. To which is prefix'd A Character of Mr. Smith, by Mr. Oldisworth. Corrected and inlarged by Dr. Adams, of Christ-Church. The fourth edition / London: printed for Bernard Lintot. M.DCC.XXIX

060138564 : The ladies visiting-day. A comedy. As it was acted at the Theatre in Lincolns-Inn-Fields, by Her Majesty's servants. The third edition / London: printed for G. Strahan, and B. Lintot. MDCCXXXIII

176679634 : The art of painting : by C. A. Du Fresnoy : with remarks : translated into English, with an original preface, containing a parallel between painting and poetry : by Mr. Dryden. As also a short account of the most eminent painters, both ancient and modern : by R. G. esq; The second edition, corrected, and enlarg'd. / London : printed for Bernard Lintott, between the Temple Gates, in Fleetstreet. 1716.



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122678451 : The tragedy of the Lady Jane Gray. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By N. Rowe, esq ; The fifth edition / London : printed for Bernard Lintot, at the Cross-Keys, between the Temple-Gates, in Fleestreet. MDCCXXX , 1730

12266745X : Liberty asserted. A tragedy as it acted at the New Theater in Little Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. Written by Mr. Dennis / London : printed for George Strahan at the Golden Vall, against the Royal Exchange, in Cornhill ; and Bernard Lintott ath the Middle-Temple-Gate in Fleetstreet. 1704

12254482X : The double distress. A tragedy as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Little Incolns-Inn-Fields. By his majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Mary Pix / London, printed for R. Wellington at the Dolphin and Crown, the West-end of St Paul's Church-yard ; and B. Bernard Lintott, at the Post-House, in the Middle Temple-Gate, Fleestreet, 1701

122678168 : The tragedy of Jane Shore. Written in imitation of Shakespeare's style. By N. Rowe, esq ; The fourth edition / London : printed for Bernard Lintot, at the Cross-Keys, between the Temple-Gates, in Flee-Street. 1728


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