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Chap-books published at Glasgow : [a collection]

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Chap-books published at Glasgow : [a collection]
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Chap-books published at Glasgow
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[a collection]
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Chap-books published at Glasgow : [a collection]
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Contents
  • v.1. [1] Adam Bell, Clym of the Clough, and William of Cloudeslie -- [2] The anecdote book : a choice collection of anecdotes, jests, witty sayings, bon mots, &c., &c., selected from the best sources -- [3] A brief relation of the adventures of Bamfylde Moore Carew, who was for more than forty years King of the Beggars -- [4] The celebrated history of the renowned Robin Hood, the merry outlaw of Sherwood Forest : to which is added, The professor of signs -- [5] The choice drop of honey from the rock Christ, or, A short word of advice to saints and sinners / by Thomas Wilcocks -- [6] The comic reciter : a selection of the best and most popular comic pieces for recitation. 1850 -- [7] The comical history of Simple John and his twelve misfortunes -- [8] The comical history of the king and the cobbler
  • [9] The comical sayings of Paddy from Cork, with his coat buttoned behind -- [10] The comical stories of Thrummy Cap and the ghaist. Margaret and the minister. Soda water -- [11] The comical tricks of Lothian Tom : with a selection of anecdotes -- [12] The complete letter writer, or, Whole art of polite correspondence -- [13] The dominie deposed : with the sequel / by William Forbes ; to which is added, Maggy Johnson's elegy -- [14] The economical and complete housekeeper -- [15] An elegy in memory of that valiant champion, Sir R. Grierson, late Laird of Lag -- [16] Elizabeth, or, The exiles of Siberia / by M. Cottin. 1851 -- [17] The elocutionist : a choice selection of the most popular poems for recitation -- [18] Evan's Sketch of all religions abridged. 1851 -- [19] An excellent collection of the best Scotch proverbs, selected by Allan Ramsay -- [20] The exploits of Wise Willie and Witty Eppie, the ale-wife of Buckhaven -- [21] The family receipt book : a selection of receipts, advices, and directions, relative to housekeeping, cleaning, &c., from the most approved sources. 1850 -- [22] The famous history of Valentine & Orson -- [23] Four interesting tales. A singular adventure. The robber. The red nose. The Newfoundland dog -- [24] Fun upon fun, or, Leper, the tailor : with a selection of entertaining anecdotes
  • [25] The ghost of my uncle : to which is added, The outwitted tax-gatherer -- [26] The history of Abraham, Isaac, & Jacob : to which is added, An account of Jonah's mission to the Ninevites -- [27] History of James Allan, the celebrated Northumberland piper -- [28] The history of Joseph & his brethren : to which is added, The life, journeyings, and death of the Apostle Paul -- [29] The history of Mahomet, the great imposter -- [30] The history of Moses -- [31] The history of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, commonly called the Pretender -- [32] History of the kings & queens of England and Scotland; from the reign of James the First to Victoria the First. Part II -- [33] The history of the yellow dwarf. 1852 -- v.2. [34] An interesting history of Robert Burns; the Ayrshire bard -- [35] The hunting of Chevy-Chase, a bloody battle, fought by Earls Douglas and Percy -- [36] The Irish assassin, or, The misfortunes of the family of O'Donnel / by Henry Vincent -- [37] The Laird of Cool's ghost -- [38] The life and adventures of David Haggart / written by himself, while under sentence of death ; with an account of his execution -- [39] The life and death of Judas Iscariot, or, The lost and undone son of perdition -- [40] The life and meritorious transactions, of John Knox, the great Scottish reformer -- [41] The life and prophecies, of Alexander Peden
  • [42] The life and unparalleled voyages and adventures of Ambrose Gwinnett ... / written by himself. 1850 -- [43] The life and voyages of the Apostle Paul / by John Fleetwood. 1851 -- [44] The life and worderful prophecies of Donald Cargill -- [45] Life of Louis Philippe, late King of the French. 1850 -- [46] The life of Mansie Wauch, tailor in Dalkeith -- [47] Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. 1850 -- [48] The life of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. 1851 -- [49] The life of the Duke of Wellington. 1850 -- [50] The life of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel. 1851 -- [51] The long pack, or, The robbers discovered : a Scottish story / by James Hogg -- [52] The medical guide : containing plain and simple directions for the treatment of the more common diseases / by an experienced physician. 1850 -- [53] The merry tales of the wise men of Gotham -- [54] The monk and the miller's wife -- [55] Napoleon Bonaparte's book of fate -- [56] Napleon's book of fate : to which are added a few passages from The dull man's companion -- [57] Narrative of the battles of Drumclog, and Bothwell Bridge -- [58] The new pictorial Bible -- [59] The new scrap-book : a selection of choice bon mots, Irish blunders, rapartees, anecdotes, &c. -- [60] Odds and ends, or, A groat's-worth of fun for a penny -- v.3. [61] The plant of renown : being two sermons, preached by Ebenezer Erskine
  • [62] The pleasures of matrimony, interwoven with sundry comical and delightful stories, with the charming delights and ravishing sweets of wooing and wedlock, in all its diverting enjoyments / by Author Reid -- [63] Popular Irish stories : a collection of the most interesting tales and legends of Ireland compiled from the best authors. 1850 -- [64] A prayer book for families and private persons, upon various subjects and occasions -- [65] The prophecies of Thomas the Rhymer, and the comical story of Thrummy Cap & the ghaist -- [66] A remarkable family adventure of Saunders Watson. Ghost of Bill Jones. Mysterious murders -- [67] The Scotch haggis : a selection of choice bon mots, Irish blunders, repartees, anecdotes, &c. -- [68] A selection of amusing and entertaining Irish stories, compiled from various sources -- [69] A selection of religious anecdotes, choice sayings of wise men, &c. &c. 1850 -- [70] THe sentimental Valentine writer, containing a selection of the best and newest Valentine poetry. 1850 -- [71] Sins and sorrows spread before God : a sermon by Isaac Watts -- [72] Stories of the two drovers, and Countess of Exeter -- [73] Story of the bitter wedding -- [74] The story of the little white mouse, or, The overthrow of the tyrant king -- [75] Storys of the Bewitched fiddler, Perilous situation, and John Hetherington's dream
  • [76] Storys of The three beggars, Soldier's wife, Baron Trenk, and Jack Easy -- [77] The surprising life and adventures of the gentleman-robber, Redmond O'Hanlon -- [78] A tale of the Rebellion of 1745, or, The broken heart : to which is added, The three wishes, and The adventures of two tee-totallers -- [79] A token for mourners : with a selection of Scripture promises, relative to the troubles of life -- [80] The vermin killer : being a complete and necessary family book -- [81] The village curate : an interresting tale -- [82] Visits from the world of spirits; being a collection of facts relating to th[e] appearances of ghosts, and apparitions : to which is prefixed, the best cure for imaginary terrors -- [83] The way to wealth, or, Poor Richard's maxims improved, &c. -- [84] The way to wealth, with maxims for married ladies and gentlemen &c. / by Benjamin Franklin. 1850 -- [85] A wedding-ring, fit for the finger: laid open in a sermon, preached at a wedding in St. Edmond's / by William Secker -- [86] The wife of Beith : being an allegorical dialogue : containing nothing but what is recorded in Scripture -- [87] THe wife of Beith, reformed and corrected -- [88] The wonderful adventures of sixteen British seamen, also, A cure for the toothache -- [89] The witty and entertaining exploits of George Buchanan, commonly called the King's Fool -- [90] The history of Charles Jones, the footman
  • [91] The golden dreamer, or, Dreams realized -- [92] The penny-worth of wit's garland -- [93] The black-bird songster -- [94] The dreamer's dictionary, or, Future revealer, found in the ark of a late celebrated wizard -- [95] The fortune-teller -- [96] The golden dreamer, or, Dreams realized, containing the interpretation of a great variety of dreams -- [97] The history of the Scottish patriot, Sir Wm. Wallace, Knight of Ellerslie -- [98] The housekeeper and butler's guide, or, A system of cookery, and making of wines -- [99] Mother Bunch's Golden fortune-teller -- [100] The reciter -- [101] Two favourite ballads
Extent
101 v. in 3 boxes
Other physical details
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System control number
  • (OCoLC)320239709
  • ucoclc320239709
Label
Chap-books published at Glasgow : [a collection]
Publication
Note
Binder's title
Contents
  • v.1. [1] Adam Bell, Clym of the Clough, and William of Cloudeslie -- [2] The anecdote book : a choice collection of anecdotes, jests, witty sayings, bon mots, &c., &c., selected from the best sources -- [3] A brief relation of the adventures of Bamfylde Moore Carew, who was for more than forty years King of the Beggars -- [4] The celebrated history of the renowned Robin Hood, the merry outlaw of Sherwood Forest : to which is added, The professor of signs -- [5] The choice drop of honey from the rock Christ, or, A short word of advice to saints and sinners / by Thomas Wilcocks -- [6] The comic reciter : a selection of the best and most popular comic pieces for recitation. 1850 -- [7] The comical history of Simple John and his twelve misfortunes -- [8] The comical history of the king and the cobbler
  • [9] The comical sayings of Paddy from Cork, with his coat buttoned behind -- [10] The comical stories of Thrummy Cap and the ghaist. Margaret and the minister. Soda water -- [11] The comical tricks of Lothian Tom : with a selection of anecdotes -- [12] The complete letter writer, or, Whole art of polite correspondence -- [13] The dominie deposed : with the sequel / by William Forbes ; to which is added, Maggy Johnson's elegy -- [14] The economical and complete housekeeper -- [15] An elegy in memory of that valiant champion, Sir R. Grierson, late Laird of Lag -- [16] Elizabeth, or, The exiles of Siberia / by M. Cottin. 1851 -- [17] The elocutionist : a choice selection of the most popular poems for recitation -- [18] Evan's Sketch of all religions abridged. 1851 -- [19] An excellent collection of the best Scotch proverbs, selected by Allan Ramsay -- [20] The exploits of Wise Willie and Witty Eppie, the ale-wife of Buckhaven -- [21] The family receipt book : a selection of receipts, advices, and directions, relative to housekeeping, cleaning, &c., from the most approved sources. 1850 -- [22] The famous history of Valentine & Orson -- [23] Four interesting tales. A singular adventure. The robber. The red nose. The Newfoundland dog -- [24] Fun upon fun, or, Leper, the tailor : with a selection of entertaining anecdotes
  • [25] The ghost of my uncle : to which is added, The outwitted tax-gatherer -- [26] The history of Abraham, Isaac, & Jacob : to which is added, An account of Jonah's mission to the Ninevites -- [27] History of James Allan, the celebrated Northumberland piper -- [28] The history of Joseph & his brethren : to which is added, The life, journeyings, and death of the Apostle Paul -- [29] The history of Mahomet, the great imposter -- [30] The history of Moses -- [31] The history of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, commonly called the Pretender -- [32] History of the kings & queens of England and Scotland; from the reign of James the First to Victoria the First. Part II -- [33] The history of the yellow dwarf. 1852 -- v.2. [34] An interesting history of Robert Burns; the Ayrshire bard -- [35] The hunting of Chevy-Chase, a bloody battle, fought by Earls Douglas and Percy -- [36] The Irish assassin, or, The misfortunes of the family of O'Donnel / by Henry Vincent -- [37] The Laird of Cool's ghost -- [38] The life and adventures of David Haggart / written by himself, while under sentence of death ; with an account of his execution -- [39] The life and death of Judas Iscariot, or, The lost and undone son of perdition -- [40] The life and meritorious transactions, of John Knox, the great Scottish reformer -- [41] The life and prophecies, of Alexander Peden
  • [42] The life and unparalleled voyages and adventures of Ambrose Gwinnett ... / written by himself. 1850 -- [43] The life and voyages of the Apostle Paul / by John Fleetwood. 1851 -- [44] The life and worderful prophecies of Donald Cargill -- [45] Life of Louis Philippe, late King of the French. 1850 -- [46] The life of Mansie Wauch, tailor in Dalkeith -- [47] Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. 1850 -- [48] The life of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. 1851 -- [49] The life of the Duke of Wellington. 1850 -- [50] The life of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel. 1851 -- [51] The long pack, or, The robbers discovered : a Scottish story / by James Hogg -- [52] The medical guide : containing plain and simple directions for the treatment of the more common diseases / by an experienced physician. 1850 -- [53] The merry tales of the wise men of Gotham -- [54] The monk and the miller's wife -- [55] Napoleon Bonaparte's book of fate -- [56] Napleon's book of fate : to which are added a few passages from The dull man's companion -- [57] Narrative of the battles of Drumclog, and Bothwell Bridge -- [58] The new pictorial Bible -- [59] The new scrap-book : a selection of choice bon mots, Irish blunders, rapartees, anecdotes, &c. -- [60] Odds and ends, or, A groat's-worth of fun for a penny -- v.3. [61] The plant of renown : being two sermons, preached by Ebenezer Erskine
  • [62] The pleasures of matrimony, interwoven with sundry comical and delightful stories, with the charming delights and ravishing sweets of wooing and wedlock, in all its diverting enjoyments / by Author Reid -- [63] Popular Irish stories : a collection of the most interesting tales and legends of Ireland compiled from the best authors. 1850 -- [64] A prayer book for families and private persons, upon various subjects and occasions -- [65] The prophecies of Thomas the Rhymer, and the comical story of Thrummy Cap & the ghaist -- [66] A remarkable family adventure of Saunders Watson. Ghost of Bill Jones. Mysterious murders -- [67] The Scotch haggis : a selection of choice bon mots, Irish blunders, repartees, anecdotes, &c. -- [68] A selection of amusing and entertaining Irish stories, compiled from various sources -- [69] A selection of religious anecdotes, choice sayings of wise men, &c. &c. 1850 -- [70] THe sentimental Valentine writer, containing a selection of the best and newest Valentine poetry. 1850 -- [71] Sins and sorrows spread before God : a sermon by Isaac Watts -- [72] Stories of the two drovers, and Countess of Exeter -- [73] Story of the bitter wedding -- [74] The story of the little white mouse, or, The overthrow of the tyrant king -- [75] Storys of the Bewitched fiddler, Perilous situation, and John Hetherington's dream
  • [76] Storys of The three beggars, Soldier's wife, Baron Trenk, and Jack Easy -- [77] The surprising life and adventures of the gentleman-robber, Redmond O'Hanlon -- [78] A tale of the Rebellion of 1745, or, The broken heart : to which is added, The three wishes, and The adventures of two tee-totallers -- [79] A token for mourners : with a selection of Scripture promises, relative to the troubles of life -- [80] The vermin killer : being a complete and necessary family book -- [81] The village curate : an interresting tale -- [82] Visits from the world of spirits; being a collection of facts relating to th[e] appearances of ghosts, and apparitions : to which is prefixed, the best cure for imaginary terrors -- [83] The way to wealth, or, Poor Richard's maxims improved, &c. -- [84] The way to wealth, with maxims for married ladies and gentlemen &c. / by Benjamin Franklin. 1850 -- [85] A wedding-ring, fit for the finger: laid open in a sermon, preached at a wedding in St. Edmond's / by William Secker -- [86] The wife of Beith : being an allegorical dialogue : containing nothing but what is recorded in Scripture -- [87] THe wife of Beith, reformed and corrected -- [88] The wonderful adventures of sixteen British seamen, also, A cure for the toothache -- [89] The witty and entertaining exploits of George Buchanan, commonly called the King's Fool -- [90] The history of Charles Jones, the footman
  • [91] The golden dreamer, or, Dreams realized -- [92] The penny-worth of wit's garland -- [93] The black-bird songster -- [94] The dreamer's dictionary, or, Future revealer, found in the ark of a late celebrated wizard -- [95] The fortune-teller -- [96] The golden dreamer, or, Dreams realized, containing the interpretation of a great variety of dreams -- [97] The history of the Scottish patriot, Sir Wm. Wallace, Knight of Ellerslie -- [98] The housekeeper and butler's guide, or, A system of cookery, and making of wines -- [99] Mother Bunch's Golden fortune-teller -- [100] The reciter -- [101] Two favourite ballads
Extent
101 v. in 3 boxes
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)320239709
  • ucoclc320239709

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