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The Resource Ellen, or The naughty girl reclaimed : a story, exemplified in a series of figures

Ellen, or The naughty girl reclaimed : a story, exemplified in a series of figures

Label
Ellen, or The naughty girl reclaimed : a story, exemplified in a series of figures
Title
Ellen, or The naughty girl reclaimed
Title remainder
a story, exemplified in a series of figures
Title variation
  • Ellen
  • Naughty girl reclaimed
Contributor
Donor
Former owner
Printer
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
RRR
Citation location within source
  • page1051
  • page 14-15
Citation source
  • Osborne Collection of early children’s books, 1566-1910
  • Haining, P. Moveable books
Index
no index present
Literary form
fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Ellen, or The naughty girl reclaimed : a story, exemplified in a series of figures
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • A set of paper costumes for a paper doll, Ellen, the Naughty Girl, created by Samuel and Joseph Fuller and sold at their shop, the Temple of Fancy, on Rathbone Place, London. The booklet, an account in verse of Ellen's moral evolution, is accompanied by 9 costumed figures, 5 hats, and 1 interchangeable head that may be used with each change of costume. Versos of most pages where figure is inserted are blank. See Hannah Field, "'A story, exemplified in a series of figures:' paper doll versus moral tale in the nineteenth century," Girlhood studies 5, no. 1 (Summer 2012): 37-56, especially pages 38-39; http://sro.sussex.ac.uk/56748/1/Field_Exhibited_in_Dresses.pdf
  • Publisher's advertisements on rear wrapper, featuring Frank Feignwell's attempts to amuse his friends; the 4th edition of Little Fanny; and the 3rd edition of Little Henry
Contents
Ellen in white frock with book at feet -- Ellen dressed in a blue hat and feather with parasol -- Ellen in a deplorable condition (with hat) -- Ellen in yellow frock and blue cloak holding a bundle (with hat) -- Ellen in disgrace (with dunce cap) -- Ellen in dress of gipsy girl -- Ellen in a neat stuff gown with book under her arm (with hat) -- Ellen in red cloak with basket of fruit (with hat) -- Ellen seated, in last appearance
Dimensions
13 cm
Extent
19 pages
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: incomplete 3 hats wanting. Publisher's gray printed wrappers and matching gray printed slipcase as issued; publisher's advertisements on book do not match those on slipcase which features 5th edition of Little Fanny and 4th edition of Little Henry. In modern light green cloth phasebox, and matching green morocco and green marbled paper slipcase, with gold-stamped spine title "Ellen. London 1811." Ex libris Olive Percival.
Other physical details
color illustrations (aquatints)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)23527387
  • ucoclc23527387
Label
Ellen, or The naughty girl reclaimed : a story, exemplified in a series of figures
Publication
Note
  • A set of paper costumes for a paper doll, Ellen, the Naughty Girl, created by Samuel and Joseph Fuller and sold at their shop, the Temple of Fancy, on Rathbone Place, London. The booklet, an account in verse of Ellen's moral evolution, is accompanied by 9 costumed figures, 5 hats, and 1 interchangeable head that may be used with each change of costume. Versos of most pages where figure is inserted are blank. See Hannah Field, "'A story, exemplified in a series of figures:' paper doll versus moral tale in the nineteenth century," Girlhood studies 5, no. 1 (Summer 2012): 37-56, especially pages 38-39; http://sro.sussex.ac.uk/56748/1/Field_Exhibited_in_Dresses.pdf
  • Publisher's advertisements on rear wrapper, featuring Frank Feignwell's attempts to amuse his friends; the 4th edition of Little Fanny; and the 3rd edition of Little Henry
Contents
Ellen in white frock with book at feet -- Ellen dressed in a blue hat and feather with parasol -- Ellen in a deplorable condition (with hat) -- Ellen in yellow frock and blue cloak holding a bundle (with hat) -- Ellen in disgrace (with dunce cap) -- Ellen in dress of gipsy girl -- Ellen in a neat stuff gown with book under her arm (with hat) -- Ellen in red cloak with basket of fruit (with hat) -- Ellen seated, in last appearance
Dimensions
13 cm
Extent
19 pages
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: incomplete 3 hats wanting. Publisher's gray printed wrappers and matching gray printed slipcase as issued; publisher's advertisements on book do not match those on slipcase which features 5th edition of Little Fanny and 4th edition of Little Henry. In modern light green cloth phasebox, and matching green morocco and green marbled paper slipcase, with gold-stamped spine title "Ellen. London 1811." Ex libris Olive Percival.
Other physical details
color illustrations (aquatints)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)23527387
  • ucoclc23527387

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