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A Bound Collection of Moral and Instructive Stories for Children
A Bound Collection of Moral and Instructive Stories for Children
1825. The majority of the works in this volume original published by the Religious Tract Society. Two stories published elsewhere with separate title pages. Of the 16 stories in this collection, 15 have title pages, 13 of which were published by The Religious Tract Society. With 6 full page illustrations as well as 120 vignettes in the text, including finis tailpieces. Also bound in are 16 descriptive plates of stereotypical characteristics of natives from a selection of countries worldwide including Peru, Wales and Mexico. Stories included in this volume as as follows: The Little-Peace Maker The Woodcutter Truth and Falsehood; The True History of Jane and Lucy The Welsh Weaver The History of John Robins The Sower Mary Gray: The Sunday School The History of Ann Hart The Willow Tree by Charlotte Elizabeth (Second Edition) Characters of Christ in Scripture Prepare! Old Catherine Prescott The Villager's Daughter (Fourth Edition) The Red-Hot Poker Children's Wishes A Lesson in the Garden The Real Value Lucy; or, I Will Not be Naughty Again Papa The Affectionate Daughter The Clean Heart The Christian Drummer The Irish Girl The Bubble Stories of Sunday Scholars The Two Sunday School Girls The Wonderful Cure of Namaan The Religious Tract Society, founded in 1799, was the original name of a major British publisher of Christian literature. In particular the literature produced was aimed at children, women and the poor. CONDITION In a full calf binding with five raised bands. Externally, excellent with just light rubbing. Mark to rear board. Internally, firmly bound. Pages bright and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
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