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The Resource Chap-books printed in London by A[ugustus] Applegath and E[dward] Cowper

Chap-books printed in London by A[ugustus] Applegath and E[dward] Cowper

Label
Chap-books printed in London by A[ugustus] Applegath and E[dward] Cowper
Title
Chap-books printed in London by A[ugustus] Applegath and E[dward] Cowper
Subject
Language
eng
Related
Cataloging source
CLU
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Chap-books printed in London by A[ugustus] Applegath and E[dward] Cowper
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from case
  • Title vignettes
Contents
  • The happy man -- The dairyman's cottage [2 copies, conjugate on one sheet, uncut]-- The death of the dairyman's daughter -- The affectionate daughter -- The alarm -- Christians and infidels -- Narrative of the last hours of the Hon. Francis Newport -- The history of Susan Ward -- The history of John Robins, the sailor -- The death of Lord Rochester -- The assizes -- Anecdotes in the life of John Antes -- The advantages and disadvantages of drunkenness -- An address to the unfortunate female -- John of the score -- The Irish weaver -- The history of Will Brown, the poacher, and his daughter Betsey -- The history of William Black, the chimney-sweeper -- The history of William Bird, who was executed at Cambridge for forgery -- The hackney-coachman -- The brave British tar -- The brave British tar [variant printing]
  • (cont) -- A dialogue between John Smith and Thomas Brown, two fellow-apprentices -- Honesty the best policy -- The life of the Blessed Virgin Mary -- The no-creed of infidelity -- On the death of His late Majesty --Oratorios displayed in a letter to a friend -- Paddy & Thomas -- The penitent female -- Poor Joseph -- The refuge -- The remarkable story and sudden death of a cock-fighter, together with a copy of verses upon the occasion by ... William Cowper -- The royal review -- The Sabbath breaker reclaimed -- The schoolmistress -- Scotch Betty -- The storm at sea -- The Sunday water-party --Theatrical amusements -- Theatrical amusements [variant printing] -- Divine songs, part I, or, The seaman's companion --Divine songs, part II, or, The cottager's companion
  • (cont) -- Divine songs, part III, or, The poor man's companion --Three true and remarkable stories -- The toper's tale over his jug of ale --The true and interesting story of a drummer -- The true and very remarkable story of a blind Irishman who was restored to sight -- The true history of a Kentish lawyer -- The true histories of several remarkable persons -- The village of the mountains -- Consolation under convictions / by John Newton
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
1 case
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12590968
  • ucoclc12590968
Label
Chap-books printed in London by A[ugustus] Applegath and E[dward] Cowper
Publication
Note
  • Title from case
  • Title vignettes
Contents
  • The happy man -- The dairyman's cottage [2 copies, conjugate on one sheet, uncut]-- The death of the dairyman's daughter -- The affectionate daughter -- The alarm -- Christians and infidels -- Narrative of the last hours of the Hon. Francis Newport -- The history of Susan Ward -- The history of John Robins, the sailor -- The death of Lord Rochester -- The assizes -- Anecdotes in the life of John Antes -- The advantages and disadvantages of drunkenness -- An address to the unfortunate female -- John of the score -- The Irish weaver -- The history of Will Brown, the poacher, and his daughter Betsey -- The history of William Black, the chimney-sweeper -- The history of William Bird, who was executed at Cambridge for forgery -- The hackney-coachman -- The brave British tar -- The brave British tar [variant printing]
  • (cont) -- A dialogue between John Smith and Thomas Brown, two fellow-apprentices -- Honesty the best policy -- The life of the Blessed Virgin Mary -- The no-creed of infidelity -- On the death of His late Majesty --Oratorios displayed in a letter to a friend -- Paddy & Thomas -- The penitent female -- Poor Joseph -- The refuge -- The remarkable story and sudden death of a cock-fighter, together with a copy of verses upon the occasion by ... William Cowper -- The royal review -- The Sabbath breaker reclaimed -- The schoolmistress -- Scotch Betty -- The storm at sea -- The Sunday water-party --Theatrical amusements -- Theatrical amusements [variant printing] -- Divine songs, part I, or, The seaman's companion --Divine songs, part II, or, The cottager's companion
  • (cont) -- Divine songs, part III, or, The poor man's companion --Three true and remarkable stories -- The toper's tale over his jug of ale --The true and interesting story of a drummer -- The true and very remarkable story of a blind Irishman who was restored to sight -- The true history of a Kentish lawyer -- The true histories of several remarkable persons -- The village of the mountains -- Consolation under convictions / by John Newton
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
1 case
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12590968
  • ucoclc12590968

Library Locations

  • Charles E. Young Research LibraryBorrow it
    280 Charles E Young Dr N, Los Angeles, CA, 90095-1575, US
    34.0749691 -118.441466
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    120S Election Walk, Los Angeles, CA, 90095-1450, US
    34.0716126 -118.4421809
  • Science and Engineering LibraryBorrow it
    8270 Boelter Hall, Los Angeles, CA, 90095-9810, US
    34.068987 -118.442659
  • UCLA LibraryBorrow it
    Los Angeles, CA, US
  • UCLA Library Special CollectionsBorrow it
    A1713 Charles E. Young Research Library, Los Angeles, CA, 90095-1575, US
    34.0749691 -118.441466
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