Catalog Record: John the shopkeeper turned sailor, or, The folly of going out of our element : Part II | Hathi Trust Digital Library


John the shopkeeper turned sailor, or, The folly of going out of our element : Part II.

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 Religious and Moral Tracts) NO.17, Queen-Street, cheapside, and No. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard ; and R. White, Piccadilly, London ; Bath : By S. Hazard, at Bath ; and by all Booksellers, Newsman, and Hawkers, in Town and Country, [1796?]
Subjects: Chapbooks > Specimens.
Chapbooks, English.
Chapbooks > England > London > 18th century
Note: Includes 4 woodcuts.
First sentence: "'Twas told you in a former lay, How on a luckless evil day The Trader John, a landsman brave, Left the dry ground to try the wave."
Series statement at head of title.
"[Entered at Stationers Hall.]" (in black letter)
In verse.
Undated. Date from Spinney, cited below.
Anonymous. By Hannah More.
Cover title.
Physical Description: 8 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
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