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The Resource The death and burial of Cock Robin : with coloured engravings

The death and burial of Cock Robin : with coloured engravings

Label
The death and burial of Cock Robin : with coloured engravings
Title
The death and burial of Cock Robin
Title remainder
with coloured engravings
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
1598
Citation source
Gumuchian
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
The death and burial of Cock Robin : with coloured engravings
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • In verse
  • "Sixpence."
  • "A dismal Tale this book will sure unfold,- / of pretty Robin's death, the Story's told"
  • Wood-engraved illustrations, t.p. vignettes; some hand-colored. Some signed: O. Jewitt
  • Hodgson was active at Cloth Fair address from 1832-1835; cf. Brown, P. London publishers and printers c. 1800-1870, p. 91. Sears and Trapp printed at the Budge Row address in 1832 and 1833; cf. Brown, p. 172
  • Gumuchian, cited below, gives date: ca. 1836
Dimensions
19 cm.
Edition
Hodgson's edition
Extent
8 p.
Note
  • Publisher's printed rust wrappers. Woodcut illustration on upper wrapper. Woodcut alphabet and phrases "Fear God" and "Honour your Parents" on lower wrapper.
  • "One penny coloured"--Upper wrapper.
  • "In envy of his song, the Sparrow drew / His fatal arrow, and poor Robin slew. / Within this book the story will appear:- / O'er his sad fate you'll surely drop a tear."--Upper wrapper.
  • Ex libris Olive Percival; her dragonfly and lamb labels.
  • Inscription in ink on upper wrapper: Olive Percival, her book.
  • In portfolio; bird, flower, and tree design blocked in yellow, green, and red.
Other physical details
col. ill. (wood-engravings)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)30688746
  • ucoclc30688746
Label
The death and burial of Cock Robin : with coloured engravings
Publication
Note
  • In verse
  • "Sixpence."
  • "A dismal Tale this book will sure unfold,- / of pretty Robin's death, the Story's told"
  • Wood-engraved illustrations, t.p. vignettes; some hand-colored. Some signed: O. Jewitt
  • Hodgson was active at Cloth Fair address from 1832-1835; cf. Brown, P. London publishers and printers c. 1800-1870, p. 91. Sears and Trapp printed at the Budge Row address in 1832 and 1833; cf. Brown, p. 172
  • Gumuchian, cited below, gives date: ca. 1836
Dimensions
19 cm.
Edition
Hodgson's edition
Extent
8 p.
Note
  • Publisher's printed rust wrappers. Woodcut illustration on upper wrapper. Woodcut alphabet and phrases "Fear God" and "Honour your Parents" on lower wrapper.
  • "One penny coloured"--Upper wrapper.
  • "In envy of his song, the Sparrow drew / His fatal arrow, and poor Robin slew. / Within this book the story will appear:- / O'er his sad fate you'll surely drop a tear."--Upper wrapper.
  • Ex libris Olive Percival; her dragonfly and lamb labels.
  • Inscription in ink on upper wrapper: Olive Percival, her book.
  • In portfolio; bird, flower, and tree design blocked in yellow, green, and red.
Other physical details
col. ill. (wood-engravings)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)30688746
  • ucoclc30688746

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