Lawton Gilliver (c.1703 - 1748)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Bookseller, publisher, stationer, active in London 1728-1738. Was an apprentice to the publisher Jonah Bowyer until 1727 when he set up on his own. Publisher of the Dunciad in 1729 from which time he became Alexander Pope’s regular publisher for the next eight years. Addresses: Homer’s Head, o/a St Dunstan’s Ch., Fleet St.; Westminster Hall; Oxford Arms, Warwick La. Traded as Gilliver & Clarke 1736-9.
Born: c.1703 in Pilsley, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
The works of Mr. Alexander Pope. Volume II. - London: 1735
Gerard de Lairesse
The Art of Painting, In All its Branches, Methodically demonstrated by Discourses and Plates, And exemplified by Remarks On The Paintings of the best Masters; and their Perfections and Oversights laid open By Gerard De Lairesse. Translated by John Frederick Fritsch, Painter. - London::