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The Resource Chap-books published at London, [by] J. Evans

Chap-books published at London, [by] J. Evans

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Chap-books published at London
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Chap-books published at London
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[by] J. Evans
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Language
eng
Label
Chap-books published at London, [by] J. Evans
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Binder's title
Contents
  • [1] The affectionate daughter -- [2] The African widow -- [3] The blasphemer's punishment, or, The cries of the Son of God to the whole world -- [4] The brave British tar, or, The history of James Covey -- [5] The Christian drummer -- [6] The contented villager -- [7] The execution -- [8] The Good Samaritan. The Pharisee rebuked. The wiles of the harlot described -- [9] A good wife a great blessing, and the persecuting butcher humbled -- [10] The happy cottagers ; to which is added, The shepherd's boy reading to the poor widow -- [11] The happy spinster of Lancashire -- [12] The harvest -- [13] The history and adventures of Ben the soldier -- [14] The history of Johanna Martin -- [15] The householder and the labourers -- [16] Innocence rescued from the hand of oppression --
  • [17] The life and death of fair Rosamond, concubine to Henry the Second, poisoned by Queen Eleanor -- [18] The life and martyrdom of St. John the Baptist -- [19] The Negro's visit to the cottage; being the third part of the history of the Negro servant -- [20] The Negro's visit to the cottage, being the third part of the history of the Negro servant [variant] -- [21] On the death of the Princess Charlotte -- [22] The pay table, a dialogue between two fellow workmen, William Ready and Robert Wise -- [23] The Polish general, and faithful servant : to which is added, The wonderful deliverance of a soldier -- [24] Poor Joseph : to which is added, An account of a woman, who was providentially saved from self-murder -- [25] The prodigal son, in verse -- [26] The refuge -- [27] Rhyming Dick, and The strolling player : with another narrative, shewing the advantages of societies for visiting the sick -- [28] The robber of the wood and the <northern pirate -- [29] The second spira, or, The blasphemers reproved : to which is added, a sermon preached on the occasion, by the Rev. Mr. Simmons -- [30] The soldier's friend, being the second dialogue between a corporal and a private soldier -- [31] Some account of the great fire -- [32] The stingy farmer's dream, or, The history of Thomas Hownham : to which is added, The remarkable story of the friar and the night whisper --
  • [33] The stingy farmer's dream, or, The history of Thomas Hownham : to which is added, The remarkable story of the friar and the night whisper [variant] -- [34] The surpising wonder of Doctor Watts, who lay in a trance three days : to which is added, A sermon preached at his intended funeral. Also, a sermon which he preached himself, the Sunday after he recovered from the trance -- [35] Three true and remarkable stories. The awful death of a murderer. The power of conscience. The terrors of a guilty conscience -- [36] Sunday reading. The touchstone, or, The way to know a true Christian : to which is added, an appeal, first to infidels, and then to persons who call themselves by the name of Christians -- [37] The true and pleasant history of Elizabeth Loveless -- [38] The true history of James Byrne, a young weaver in Ireland -- [39] A warning to gamblers and swearers in the awful death of Richard Parsons : to which is added, an affecting narrative of the death of Joseph Shepherd -- [40] The dairyman's daughter, pt.1 -- [41] The story of Lady Courten, of Mr. John Mortimer, and of Matthias Dolancius
Extent
41 v. in 1.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)320238448
  • ucoclc320238448
Label
Chap-books published at London, [by] J. Evans
Publication
Note
Binder's title
Contents
  • [1] The affectionate daughter -- [2] The African widow -- [3] The blasphemer's punishment, or, The cries of the Son of God to the whole world -- [4] The brave British tar, or, The history of James Covey -- [5] The Christian drummer -- [6] The contented villager -- [7] The execution -- [8] The Good Samaritan. The Pharisee rebuked. The wiles of the harlot described -- [9] A good wife a great blessing, and the persecuting butcher humbled -- [10] The happy cottagers ; to which is added, The shepherd's boy reading to the poor widow -- [11] The happy spinster of Lancashire -- [12] The harvest -- [13] The history and adventures of Ben the soldier -- [14] The history of Johanna Martin -- [15] The householder and the labourers -- [16] Innocence rescued from the hand of oppression --
  • [17] The life and death of fair Rosamond, concubine to Henry the Second, poisoned by Queen Eleanor -- [18] The life and martyrdom of St. John the Baptist -- [19] The Negro's visit to the cottage; being the third part of the history of the Negro servant -- [20] The Negro's visit to the cottage, being the third part of the history of the Negro servant [variant] -- [21] On the death of the Princess Charlotte -- [22] The pay table, a dialogue between two fellow workmen, William Ready and Robert Wise -- [23] The Polish general, and faithful servant : to which is added, The wonderful deliverance of a soldier -- [24] Poor Joseph : to which is added, An account of a woman, who was providentially saved from self-murder -- [25] The prodigal son, in verse -- [26] The refuge -- [27] Rhyming Dick, and The strolling player : with another narrative, shewing the advantages of societies for visiting the sick -- [28] The robber of the wood and the <northern pirate -- [29] The second spira, or, The blasphemers reproved : to which is added, a sermon preached on the occasion, by the Rev. Mr. Simmons -- [30] The soldier's friend, being the second dialogue between a corporal and a private soldier -- [31] Some account of the great fire -- [32] The stingy farmer's dream, or, The history of Thomas Hownham : to which is added, The remarkable story of the friar and the night whisper --
  • [33] The stingy farmer's dream, or, The history of Thomas Hownham : to which is added, The remarkable story of the friar and the night whisper [variant] -- [34] The surpising wonder of Doctor Watts, who lay in a trance three days : to which is added, A sermon preached at his intended funeral. Also, a sermon which he preached himself, the Sunday after he recovered from the trance -- [35] Three true and remarkable stories. The awful death of a murderer. The power of conscience. The terrors of a guilty conscience -- [36] Sunday reading. The touchstone, or, The way to know a true Christian : to which is added, an appeal, first to infidels, and then to persons who call themselves by the name of Christians -- [37] The true and pleasant history of Elizabeth Loveless -- [38] The true history of James Byrne, a young weaver in Ireland -- [39] A warning to gamblers and swearers in the awful death of Richard Parsons : to which is added, an affecting narrative of the death of Joseph Shepherd -- [40] The dairyman's daughter, pt.1 -- [41] The story of Lady Courten, of Mr. John Mortimer, and of Matthias Dolancius
Extent
41 v. in 1.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)320238448
  • ucoclc320238448

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