Thomas Egerton (publisher)
Thomas Egerton was a bookseller and publisher in Whitehall, London ca.1784–1830. With business partner John Egerton he took over the enterprise established by John Millan. For some years Egerton's office stood on Charing Cross. Books published included works by Jane Austen.
Egerton died on 26 August 1830.
- Ian Maxted (2007), "Thomas Egerton", The London Book Trades 1775-1800: a preliminary checklist of members, Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History
- John Treadwell Nichols (1812), Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century, London: Printed for the author, by Nichols, Son, and Bentley, OCLC 1138961, OL 7112937M
- Critchett & Woods (1814). Post-Office Annual Directory for 1814 ... Merchants, Traders, &c. of London. London.
- Jane Austen (1811), Sense and Sensibility, London: Printed for the author by C. Roworth, and published by T. Egerton, OCLC 2731255, OL 24236405M
- Salisbury and Winchester Journal, 30 August 1830, p. 4
- WorldCat. Thomas Egerton
- WorldCat. John Egerton (his business partner, died in 1795)
- Open Library. Fulltext works published by T. Egerton, various dates
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