Theodore Carleton, or, Perseverance against ill-fortune /
by Mrs. Barbauld.
|Main Author:||Barbauld, Mrs 1743-1825.|
|Related Names:||Chapman, J. G. 1808-1889.|
New York : Kiggins & Kellogg, publishers, 123 & 125 William Street, [between 1856 and 1866]
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Includes 13 woodcuts.
First sentence: "Theodore was a boy of lively parts and engaging manners; but he had the failing of being extremely impatient in his temper, and inclined to extremems."
Frontispiece, ill. "beautifully illustrated from designs by Chapman."
Kiggins & Kellogg was located at 123 & 125 William St. between 1856 and 1866. (The firm was listed at 128 William St. in directories for 1857-1859 and alternately at 123 and 125 William St. between 1859 and 1866).
24 p. :
15 x 10 cm.
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