Willis & Co.



Isaac Willis joined Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co.'s Dublin branch c.1814, and took it over in 1816 or 1817 (until c.1826 Goulding's music publications were still additionally advertised as 'to be had at 7 Westmoreland St., Dublin'). Before setting up a London branch (c.1825), Willis employed an agent (M. A. Burke, 22 Southampton Street, Strand) for their London trade.
Dublin business succeeded by Robinson, Bussell & Robinson.

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies


  • Goulding, Willis & Co. (c.1814–1817)
  • Isaac Willis & Co.
  • I. Willis
  • Willis & Co.
  • J. Willis
  • Royal Musical Repository


  • 7 Westmoreland Street (c.1814–1820)
  • Royal Harmonic Saloon, Musical Circulation Library, 7 Westmoreland Street (1820–1836)
  • Royal Musical Repository, 55 St James's Street and 7 Westmoreland Street (c.1830)
  • 4 Westmoreland Street (1836)
  • Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly (c.1825-1827)
  • 55, St. James Street (1827-1836)

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