The history of Goody Two-Shoes. Richardson's juvenile library
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The history of Goody Two-Shoes. Derby : Printed by and for Thomas Richardson, Friar-Gate, [ca. 1830?]
Printed by and for Thomas Richardson, Friar-Gate, [ca. 1830?]
  • Goody Two-Shoes originally published in 1765.--Cf. Carpenter's The Oxford companion to children's literature.
  • Pagination includes front cover and inside of back cover.
  • Title-page vignette.
  • Frontispiece apparently signed J. S.
  • First sentence: "It will be readily understood by our young readers, that the real name of the little girl who is the heroine of this story was not Goody Two-Shoes, but Margery Meanwell."
  • Includes 15 woodcuts.
  • Copy in McGill Library's Rare Books and Special Collections: frontispiece; woodcuts on upper wrapper and title page; 12 woodcuts in text. Initialled in block "J.S." Yellow pictorial wrappers. Justin Schiller. New York. 1979. $35.00.
Physical Description: and white, 14 x 9 cm.
Chapbook Category:
Prose Fiction
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