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Think before you speak, or, The three wishes : a tale / by the author of "The peacock at home."

Main Author: Dorset, Catherine Ann Turner, 1750?-1817?
Related Names: Leprince de Beaumont Madame 1711-1780.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia: : Johnson & Warner, No. 147, Market Street. 1810 [i.e. 1811]
Subjects: Chapbooks > Specimens.
Children's poetry.
Chapbooks > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > 19th century
Note: Includes 6 woodcuts.
First sentence: "The sun withdrew his last pale ray, And clos'd the short and cheerless day: Loud blew the wind, and rain and sleet Against the cottage casement beat."
"Principally taken from Mme de Beaumont's 'Le magazin des enfans."'
Cover dated 1811.
Physical Description: 32 p. : ill. ; 13 x 11 cm.
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