Thomas Egerton (publisher)

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Thomas Egerton was a bookseller and publisher in Whitehall, London ca.1784–1830.[1] With business partner John Egerton he took over the enterprise established by John Millan.[2] For some years Egerton's office stood on Charing Cross.[3] Books published included works by Jane Austen.[4]

Egerton died on 26 August 1830.[5]


  1. ^ Ian Maxted (2007), "Thomas Egerton", The London Book Trades 1775-1800: a preliminary checklist of members, Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History
  2. ^ John Treadwell Nichols (1812), Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century, London: Printed for the author, by Nichols, Son, and Bentley, OCLC 1138961, OL 7112937M Volume III p641
  3. ^ Critchett & Woods (1814). Post-Office Annual Directory for 1814 ... Merchants, Traders, &c. of London. London.
  4. ^ Jane Austen (1811), Sense and Sensibility, London: Printed for the author by C. Roworth, and published by T. Egerton, OCLC 2731255, OL 24236405M
  5. ^ Salisbury and Winchester Journal, 30 August 1830, p. 4

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