The children in the wood. -
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The children in the wood. - Derby : Henry Mozley and sons, [between 1837 and 1845]
Henry Mozley and sons, [between 1837 and 1845]
  • First sentence: "A gentleman and a lady had two children; the eldest, a boy, was but three years old; and the youngest, a girl, not quite two, when the gentleman was seized with a fever; his lady, from the attention she paid him, also took the fever and they were sensible that they should soon die."
  • Includes 10 woodcuts.
  • Undated. Date range from trading dates of Henry Mozley and Sons, cf. The British Book Trade Index WWW site.
  • Copy in McGill Library's Rare Books and Special Collections: Faded yellow pictorial paper wrappers.
Physical Description: and white, 11 x 7 cm.
Chapbook Category:
Legendary Romances, Fairy Stories and Folk Tales in Prose
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