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Hone, William

Record IDcnp01400163
Biographical Data1780 - 1842
Last Edit2024-02-08

General Note

Engl. Schriftsteller u. Buchhändler
Imprimeur-libraire. Natif de Bath. Également journaliste et écrivain politique. Auteur et éditeur de nombreux ouvrages, parfois sous pseudonyme. S'établit tout d'abord libraire et papetier à Londres, puis reprend en association l'imprimerie de Charles Jacob Jordan en 1808. Éditeur de la "Critical Review" en 1814. En faillite à plusieurs reprises. Arrêté le 3 mai 1817 pour blasphème et sédition, il est relâché le 2 juillet de la même année. De nouveau arrêté en avril 1826 pour dettes, et expulsé de Ludgate Hill, il fait faillite en 1828.
Source(s) consultée(s) en vain: McKenzie. - Maxted
Engl. Schriftsteller u. Buchhändler.

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Further Biographical Data1780-1842
Dates of Activity1800-1828
Intellectual ResponsibilityAuteur
Profession / OccupationImprimeur-libraire
ActivityPersonen zu Literaturgeschichte (Schriftsteller) (12.2p) (sswd)
Personen zu Buchwissenschaft, Buchhandel (2.2p) (sswd)
Buchhändler (gnd)
Satiriker (gnd)
Schriftsteller (gnd)
Type de document concerné: Texte imprimé
Geographic NoteGB (iso3166)

Place of Activity

Place of ActivityLondon; Newington Green. - N° 8, Grove Place. - N° 55, Fleet street. - N° 47, Old Bailey. - N° 67, Old Bailey, three doors from Ludgate Hill. - N° 45, Ludgate Hill. - N° 32, Paternoster row (1800 - 1828)

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HeadingHone, William
used in: Biblioteka Narodowa, Warszawa
Hone, William
used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris; Integrated Authority File (GND), Germany; Common Library Network (GBV), Göttingen (Germany)
Variant NameHone, William, keine RAK-Form
war 100
PseudonymAuthor of The House that Jack built, The
Cecil, John


Found inAncient mysteries described, especially the English Miracle Plays, founded on Apocryphal New Testament Story, extant among the unpublished manuscripts in the British Museum / by William Hone. - London, 1823. — NUC Pre-1956. — BM. — GBV-Verbundkatalog. — Enc. Brit. (1960). — BLC. — Oxf. companion. — NDB/ADB-online. — Internet. — Timperley. — Todd. — Brown, P. A. H.. — Oxford DNB
Imprint SourcesAncient mysteries described. - 1823
Facetiae and miscellanies. - 1827
Hone, William: The Queens matrimonial ladder, a national toy, with fourteen step scenes*. - 1820
Hone, William: The three trialsfor publishing three parodies: viz. the late John Wilkes*. - 1876
Strutt, Joseph: The sports and pastimes of the people of England ... - 1830
The bank restriction barometer, - 1820
The British constitution triumphant, or, A picture of the radical conclave. - 1820
The every-day book
The political house that Jack built. - 1819
depiction of ...
William Hone, by William Patten, given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1899. See source website for additional information.This set of images was gathered by User:Dcoetzee from the National Portrait Gallery, London website using a special tool. All images in this batch have a known author, but have manually examined for strong evidence that the author was dead before 1939, such as approximate death dates, birth dates, floruit dates, and publication dates.

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