- Also known as
Harrison & Co
primary name: Harrison & Co
other name: Harrison, James I
other name: Brooke, Samuel I
other name: Harrison and Co
other name: Harrison, Cluse & Co
other name: Harrison, James II
other name: James Harrison & Co
- individual; publisher/printer; British; Male
- Other dates
- 1772-1838 (fl.)
- 18 and 19 Paternoster Row, London (in 1772-98)
35 Paternoster Row, London
108/115 Newgate Street
23 Warwick Square
6 Lancaster Court, Strand
12 Orchard Street, Westminster
Fleet Street (in 1800 as Harrison, Cluse & Co)
- Partnership of James Harrison I (Free of the Stationers' Company by 1792; bankrupt on 28 January 1797) and Samuel Brooke I, later joined by James Harrison II . From 1779 no longer worked as James Harrison, but as Harrison & Co (c.1779-97); Harrison, Cluse & Co (1798-1803); James Harrison & Co (1802-5).
Collaborated with Joseph Wenman c.1778-81 on a series of reprinted drama, poetry, fiction, essays.
"'Harrison's British Classicks" (8 volumes of essays, c1785)
"The Novelist's Magazine" (1780-88, with a head in a wreath at the top of the frame)
"Lady's Poetical Magazine" (1781-2, with a lyre at the top)
"New Musical Magazine" (1783)
"Wit's Magazine" (1784-85)
"Pianoforte Magazine' (1797-1802)
"The Copper-Plate Magazine" (1793-98)
On Merlin these are all entered under associated title. Note that many were later reprinted with the new address of Charles Cooke or J.Walker: these are double-entered with Harrison's name as well.
- www.bbti.bham.ac.uk, quoting `Harrison: a family imprint, 1750-1950'
Thomas F Bonnell, 'The most disreputable trade', 2008, p.180 and 322-4