Charles Ashton; the boy that would be a soldier. :
[Five lines from The task].
|Main Author:||Ware, John, 1795-1864.|
Boston: : Published by N.S. & J. Simpkins, corner of Court and Brattle Streets., 1823.
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"Phelps and Farnham, printers."--colophon, p. 108.
Copyright Dec. 4, 1822 by Nathaniel S. & John Simpkins.
"To Noah Worcester, D.D. Corresponding Secretary of the Massachusetts Peace Society, this little work is dedicated, as a tribute of respect for his unwearied labours in the cause of Christian philanthropy and universal peace."--dedication, p. .
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