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The way to plenty ; or, The second part of Tom White

Main Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Related Names: Hazard, Samuel d. 1806., White, R. , Marshall, John printer.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Sold by J. Marshall (printer to the Cheap Repository for Moral and Religious Tracts) No. 17, Queen Street Cheapside, and No. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard : [1796]
Subjects: Chapbooks > Specimens.
Conduct of life > Fiction > Early works to 1800.
Christian life > Fiction > Early works to 1800.
Chapbooks > England > London > 18th century
Note: Includes 2 woodcuts.
First sentence: "Tom White, as we have shewn in the first part of this history, from an idle post-boy was become a respectable farmer."
Woodcut: title page vignette.
Signatures : A-C⁶
Signed : "Z" on p. 34, pseudonym for Hannah More, cf. Spinney. Cheap repository tracts, p. 310.
Undated. Date from Spinney, cited below.
Cover title.
Physical Description: 34, [2] p. : ill. (woodcuts) ; 16 cm.
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