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Onnalinda : a romance / by J.H. McNaughton ; illustrated.

Main Author: McNaughton, J. H. 1829-1891.
Related Names: Lytton, Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton Earl of 1831-1891., Bright, John 1811-1889., Smedley, W. T. 1858-1920., French, Frank 1850-1933.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Kegan Paul, Trench & Co. ... ;
Subjects: Indians of North America > New York (State) > Poetry.
Indians of North America > New York (State) > Legends.
Iroquois Indians > Poetry.
Iroquois Indians > Legends.
Note: The "Addenda" (p. [3]-[10] of 3rd group) contain facsimiles of letters from John Bright and "Owen Meredith" (the Earl of Lytton) to the author, dated Sept. 1 and July 11, 1884 respectively.
The list of illustrations includes two headpieces (p. 72 and 109)
On t.p. verso: Printed by Frank Wood, Boston.
"Illustrations engraved by Frank French from drawings by William T. Smedley 1886"--Page [6] of 1st group.
On cover: Onnalinda / illustrated; on spine: Onnalinda / McNaughton.
In verse.
Physical Description: [12], 208, [10] p., [8] leaves of plates : ill., facsims. ; 26 cm.
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