1875 to 1890 or 1891
Successor to Sampson Low, Marston, Low, and Searle
, and others in turn
Succeeded 1891 by Sampson Low, Marston & Company
--Library of Congress (above, citing Brown 1982)
(That source distinguishes this name to 1887 and "Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, Ltd." from 1888, which ISFDB does not distinguish.)
188 Fleet Street was the location of "Sampson Low" publishing businesses from 1867 to 1887.
As of 1873 as "... Low[,] and Searle", one title page and several newspaper advertisements imply this full address, but omit a piece or two:
: Crown Buildings, 188, Fleet-street, London, E.C.
(1797–1886) was a bookseller and stationer from 1819. He and Sampson Low Jr (1822–1871) established the "dedicated publishing house" Sampson Low, Son & Co. in 1848. Low's other son William Henry Low (d. 1881) was active after 1871. Low senior retired in 1875.
, Samuel Warren Searle
, William John Rivington
, and Marston's son Robert Marston
became partners in 1856, 1872, some year, and 1883.
"Sampson Low & Co. (1825–1964)", Dictionary of Nineteenth-century Journalism in Great Britain and Ireland
, eds. Laurel Brake and Marysa Demoor, Academia Press, 2009; p. 555 (books.google.com)