Catalog Record: A peep at the pilgrims in sixteen hundred and thirty-six. A tale of olden times | Hathi Trust Digital Library


A peep at the pilgrims in sixteen hundred and thirty-six. A tale of olden times. By the author of divers unfinished manuscripts, &c. &c.

Main Author: Cheney, H. V. 1796-
Related Names: Cheney, H. V. 1796-
Language(s): English
Published: London, J. Cunningham, 1841.
Note: With this is bound; Simms, G. Confession; or, The blind heart. A domestic story; and Ker, Anne. Edric, the forester; or, The mysteries of the haunted chamber. An historical romance; and Bandello, M. Romeo and Juliet; or, The lover of Verona; and Edward Morgan; or, Will nothing please you. By the author of 'The old town pump'--The Wrecker; and Sedgwick, Catherine Maria. The Linwoods; or, "Sixty years since" in America.--The marriage blunder.
Physical Description: 160 p. 21 cm.
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