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The history of Mary Wood, the house-maid; or The danger of false excuses.

Main Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Related Names: Hazard, Samuel d. 1806., Hatchard, John 1768-1849.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Sold by Howard and Evans, (printers to the Cheap Repository for Moral and Religious Tracts,) No. 41 and 42, Long Lane, West Smithfield : [between 1801 and 1811]
Subjects: Chapbooks > Specimens.
Chapbooks > England > London > 19th century
Note: Includes 2 woodcuts.
First sentence: "Mr. Heartwell, the worthy clergyman of a country parish, was sitting in the porch of his little parsonage, when he saw a figure rather flying than running down a hill near his house, the swiftness of whose motion made it hard to discern what she was, much less could he guess who she was."
Woodcut: title-page vignette.
Caption title: The history of Mary Wood.
At head of title: Cheap Repository.
Approximate date from Brown, P. London publishers and printers c.1800-1870.
Anonymous. By Hannah More.
Physical Description: [20] p. ; 18 x 12 cm.
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