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The Happy death; or Memoir of Mary Jane. : With alterations, adapting it to the use of the General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union.

Language(s): English
Published: New-York: : General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union, [between 1829 and 1836?]
Subjects: Sunday school literature.
Sick children > Juvenile fiction.
Children and death > Juvenile fiction.
Relief prints.
Printed wrappers (Binding).
Juvenile literature > 1829.
Note: The General Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union published at 46 Lumber St., New York, from 1829 to 1836.
Includes "The sunshine of life," p. 18-24.
In printed wrapper.
Physical Description: 24 p. : ill. ; 15 cm.
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