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The Resource Honesty the best policy : being the history of a ferryman : giving an account how he found his master's pocket-book, and lost it again, with many interesting particulars

Honesty the best policy : being the history of a ferryman : giving an account how he found his master's pocket-book, and lost it again, with many interesting particulars

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Honesty the best policy : being the history of a ferryman : giving an account how he found his master's pocket-book, and lost it again, with many interesting particulars
Title
Honesty the best policy
Title remainder
being the history of a ferryman : giving an account how he found his master's pocket-book, and lost it again, with many interesting particulars
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
MUU
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Collection of tracts and stories / Religious Tract Society
Series volume
518
Label
Honesty the best policy : being the history of a ferryman : giving an account how he found his master's pocket-book, and lost it again, with many interesting particulars
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Printer from colophon
  • Approximate dates established from Brown, P. London publishers and printers c. 1800-1870. William Clowes conducted business under that name on Stamford Street from 1827 to 1835 or 1836 (Brown, p. 40); John and Charles Evans were partners from 1821-1828 (Brown, p. 63)
  • At head of title: No. 518
  • "[Price One Penny.]"
  • Wood-engraved title vignette
Dimensions
18 cm.
Extent
8 p.
Note
  • Disbound.
  • In blue clamshell box with title: Religious Tract Society, London. Collection of tracts and stories.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)29370600
  • ucoclc29370600
Label
Honesty the best policy : being the history of a ferryman : giving an account how he found his master's pocket-book, and lost it again, with many interesting particulars
Publication
Note
  • Printer from colophon
  • Approximate dates established from Brown, P. London publishers and printers c. 1800-1870. William Clowes conducted business under that name on Stamford Street from 1827 to 1835 or 1836 (Brown, p. 40); John and Charles Evans were partners from 1821-1828 (Brown, p. 63)
  • At head of title: No. 518
  • "[Price One Penny.]"
  • Wood-engraved title vignette
Dimensions
18 cm.
Extent
8 p.
Note
  • Disbound.
  • In blue clamshell box with title: Religious Tract Society, London. Collection of tracts and stories.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)29370600
  • ucoclc29370600

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