Catalog Record: The pilgrims : an allegory | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The pilgrims : an allegory.

Main Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Language(s): English
Published: Dublin : William Watson and son, [between 1795 and 1805]
Subjects: Chapbooks > Specimens.
Chapbooks > Ireland > Dublin > 18th century
Note: Includes 1 woodcut.
First sentence: "Methought I was once upon a time travelling through a certain land which was very full of people, but, what was rather odd, not one of all this multitude was at home; they were all bound to a far distant country."
Publisher's advertisement on final unnumbered page.
Undated. Date range from trading dates of William Watson and son, cf. Pollard, M. Dictionary of members of the Dublin book trade, 1550-1800, p. 595.
Cover title.
Signed at end: Z. [i.e. Hannah More].
At head of title: Sunday reading.
Physical Description: 22, [2] p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
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