When are we happiest?, or, The little Camerons / by the author of "The boy of spirit," "The belle, the blue, and the bigot," etc.
|Main Author:||Tuthill, Cornelia L. 1820-1870.|
Boston: : Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols, 111 Washington Street., 1848, [c1846]
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Copyright 1846 by Wm. Crosby and H.P. Nichols.
"To motherless children, at whose request and for whose instruction this little work was written, it is affectionately inscribed: that it may lead them onward in the path of true happiness is the earnest wish of their devoted friend, Cornelia [i.e., Cornelia L. Tuthill]."--dedication, p.  before text.
"Cambridge: Stereotyped and printed by Metcalf and Company, printers to the University."--verso of title page.
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