The life and death of Jenny Wren :
a very small book, at a very small charge, to learn them to read before they grow large.
|Related Names:||Kendrew, James.|
York : Printed by J. Kendrew, Colliergate, [ca. 1820]
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Nursery rhymes > Nursery rhymes / 1820.
Includes 16 woodcuts.
First sentence: "As little Jenny Wren Was sitting by her shed, She waggled with her tail, And nodded with her head."
Approximate date from Davis, cited below.
Wrappers included in pagination.
16 p. :
ill. (woodcuts) ;
10 x 7 cm.
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