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[Collection of chap-books printed by T. Johnston of Falkirk

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[Collection of chap-books printed by T. Johnston of Falkirk
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[Collection of chap-books printed by T. Johnston of Falkirk
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eng
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[Collection of chap-books printed by T. Johnston of Falkirk
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Contents
  • [v.1, no.1] Jerusalem's captivities lamented, or, The history of Jerusalem. 1798 -- [no.2] The history of John Cheap the chapman : containing above a hundred merry exploits done by him and his fellow traveller, Drowthy Tom, a sticked shaver. 1798 -- [no.3] Travels from Aleppo to the City of Jerusalem, and through the Holy Land in the year 1776 ... / by Richard Tyron. 1798 -- [no.4] The pleasant art of money-catching: and the way to thrive, by turning a penny to advantage : with a new method of regulating daily-expences. 1799 -- [no.5] The humorous exploits of Mally Dyver : to which is added, The farmer's witty remarks on the dog-tax -- [no.6] The woeful hunting at Chevychase, a bloody battle fought by Earls Douglas & Piercy. 1802 -- [no.7] A pennyworth of wit, bought by a British merchant, who was deluded from his lady, by a harlot. 1802 -- [no.8] Watty & Meg, or, The wife reform'd. 1808 --
  • [no.9] The history of the king and the cobler. 1820 -- [no.10] The tragical history of George Barnwell, the London prentice. 1821 -- [v.2, no.1] The surprising adventures of Frederick Baron Trenck, giving an account how he was confined in a dungeon, with chains of 68 pounds weight and was afterward gullotined in France, in the time of the Revolution, 1795. 1820 -- [no.2] The history and adventures of that famous Negro robber, 3 Finger'd Jack, the terror of Jamica. 1822 -- [no.3] The history of the Cathedral, or, High Church of Glasgow. 1823 -- [no.4] The vision of Almet. And No life pleasing to God, that is not useful to man. Two Eastern stories : to which are added, The art of growing rich. 1827 -- [no.5] The life and exploits of Rob Roy M'Gregor. 1824 -- [no.6] The pleasant art of money-catching, and the way to thrive, by turning a penny to advantage: with a new method of regulating daily expences -- [no.7] History of Wolkmar and his dog, Harmona, or, The grateful slave, and The absent man. 1826 -- [no.8] Allan the freebooter, or, The witch of Glenross: with an account of the sufferings of Roderick, the Laird of Glenross, and his beautiful bride Malvina, destruction of the princely Hall of Glenross, and the marriage of their daughter Helen to the freebooter --
  • [no.9] The history of the rebellion in Scotland in 1745, giving an account of the battles bought between the rebels and the King's forces -- [n.10] A collection of Scots proverbs containing all the wise sayings & pithy observations of the old people of Scotland / by Allan Ramsay
Extent
20 v. in 2.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)319966408
  • ucoclc319966408
Label
[Collection of chap-books printed by T. Johnston of Falkirk
Publication
Contents
  • [v.1, no.1] Jerusalem's captivities lamented, or, The history of Jerusalem. 1798 -- [no.2] The history of John Cheap the chapman : containing above a hundred merry exploits done by him and his fellow traveller, Drowthy Tom, a sticked shaver. 1798 -- [no.3] Travels from Aleppo to the City of Jerusalem, and through the Holy Land in the year 1776 ... / by Richard Tyron. 1798 -- [no.4] The pleasant art of money-catching: and the way to thrive, by turning a penny to advantage : with a new method of regulating daily-expences. 1799 -- [no.5] The humorous exploits of Mally Dyver : to which is added, The farmer's witty remarks on the dog-tax -- [no.6] The woeful hunting at Chevychase, a bloody battle fought by Earls Douglas & Piercy. 1802 -- [no.7] A pennyworth of wit, bought by a British merchant, who was deluded from his lady, by a harlot. 1802 -- [no.8] Watty & Meg, or, The wife reform'd. 1808 --
  • [no.9] The history of the king and the cobler. 1820 -- [no.10] The tragical history of George Barnwell, the London prentice. 1821 -- [v.2, no.1] The surprising adventures of Frederick Baron Trenck, giving an account how he was confined in a dungeon, with chains of 68 pounds weight and was afterward gullotined in France, in the time of the Revolution, 1795. 1820 -- [no.2] The history and adventures of that famous Negro robber, 3 Finger'd Jack, the terror of Jamica. 1822 -- [no.3] The history of the Cathedral, or, High Church of Glasgow. 1823 -- [no.4] The vision of Almet. And No life pleasing to God, that is not useful to man. Two Eastern stories : to which are added, The art of growing rich. 1827 -- [no.5] The life and exploits of Rob Roy M'Gregor. 1824 -- [no.6] The pleasant art of money-catching, and the way to thrive, by turning a penny to advantage: with a new method of regulating daily expences -- [no.7] History of Wolkmar and his dog, Harmona, or, The grateful slave, and The absent man. 1826 -- [no.8] Allan the freebooter, or, The witch of Glenross: with an account of the sufferings of Roderick, the Laird of Glenross, and his beautiful bride Malvina, destruction of the princely Hall of Glenross, and the marriage of their daughter Helen to the freebooter --
  • [no.9] The history of the rebellion in Scotland in 1745, giving an account of the battles bought between the rebels and the King's forces -- [n.10] A collection of Scots proverbs containing all the wise sayings & pithy observations of the old people of Scotland / by Allan Ramsay
Extent
20 v. in 2.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)319966408
  • ucoclc319966408

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