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Hardwicke & Bogue

Publishers with premises at 192 Piccadilly, London, founded by Robert Hardwicke (1822–75). Following Hardwicke’s death on 8 March 1875, continued trading as ‘Robert Hardwicke’ until at least December 1875; trading as ‘Hardwicke & Bogue’ by February 1876. Name changed to ‘David Bogue’ in 1879. Specialised in medical texts and popular science. Established the Popular Science Review in 1861, and Hardwicke’s Science Gossip in 1864, and the Journal of the Quekett Microscopical Club.

Sources

ODNB s.v. Hardwicke, Robert

Post Office London directory 1878

The Times, 22 December 1875, p. 11, 17 February 1876, p. 12, 11 July 1879, p.12.

Bibliography

ODNB: Oxford dictionary of national biography: from the earliest times to the year 2000. (Revised edition.) Edited by H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. 60 vols. and index. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2004.

Post Office London directory: Post-Office annual directory. … A list of the principal merchants, traders of eminence, &c. in the cities of London and Westminster, the borough of Southwark, and parts adjacent … general and special information relating to the Post Office. Post Office London directory. London: His Majesty’s Postmaster-General [and others]. 1802–1967.

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