Mischief its own punishment : exemplified in the history of William and Harry.
Bibliographic Citation:
Johnson, R. (Richard), 1733 or 4-1793. Mischief its own punishment : exemplified in the history of William and Harry. Providence [R.I.] : H.H. Brown, printer, 1831.
H.H. Brown, printer, 1831.
  • Excerpted from Richard Johnson's Looking-glass for the mind, a translation and adaption of Arnaud Berquin's L'Ami des enfans.
  • Printed wrappers.
  • First sentence: "Mr. Williams and his little son Robert, as they were one fine day walking in the fields together, passed by the side of a garden, in which they saw a beautiful pear tree loaded with fruit."
  • Includes 7 woodcuts.
  • Citations/References: Checklist Amer. imprints, 8729
  • Copy in McGill Library's Rare Books and Special Collections: wood engravaed frontispiece; 6 other illustrations. Beige pictorial wrappers. Berdan's, Hallowell, Maine. July/82. $18.00. Given to McGill 2001.
Physical Description:
text.chapbook.black and white, 11 cm.
Chapbook Category:
Religious and Moral
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