The history of Hester Wilmot; or, The new gown. Part II : being a continuation of the Sunday school.
|Main Author:||More, Hannah, 1745-1833.|
|Related Names:||Hazard, Samuel d. 1806., Hatchard, John 1768-1849.|
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]
Chapbooks > England > London > 19th century
Includes 1 woodcut.
First sentence: "Hester Wilmot, I am sorry to observe, had been by nature peevish, and lazy, she would now and then slight her work, and when her mother was very unreasonable she was too apt to return her a saucy answer, but when she became acquainted with her own heart, and with the scriptures, these evil tempers were in a good measure subdued, for she now learnt to imitate, not her violent mother, but him who was meek and lowly."
Woodcut: title-page vignette.
Caption title: Hester Wilmot, &c.
At head of title: Cheap Repository.
Approximate date from Brown, P. London publishers and printers c.1800-1870.
By Hannah More, signed Z on p. 16.
16 p. ;
18 x 12 cm.
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