Hazard and Marshall

Printer/sellers of the original "Cheap Repository Tracts."

 

1. Samuel Hazard was a bookseller and printer on Cheap Street, Bath, England. His business was between 1772-1806, when Samuel died and his son-in-law John Binds (married daughter Ann Eastcott Hazard) took over the business from 1806 to 1818, when he died.

 

2. John Marshall of No. 4 Aldermary Churchyard, and 17 Queen Street, London. Inherited a huge family business of bookmaking from father Richard. He was a major printer in London.

 

3. R. White was a bookseller on Piccadilly in London.

 

4. J. Elder was a bookseller in Edinburgh.