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The Resource The life of Rolla : a Peruvian tale : with moral inculcations for youth : including, A description of the temple of the sun. The mysteries of the golden leaf. The seven springs in the valley of Nanasca. The story of the tree with one branch. The story of the Inca who wept blood. The speech of Rolla. The battle of Quito. The death of Rolla : with a frontispiece, representing Rolla tearing from the rock the tree which supports the bridge, by the author of the Siamese Tales ; to which are added, six Peruvian fables: The humming-bird. The man who gained by a loss. The Peruvian archer. The daughter of the moon. The lizard. The laden lama ; by the same author

The life of Rolla : a Peruvian tale : with moral inculcations for youth : including, A description of the temple of the sun. The mysteries of the golden leaf. The seven springs in the valley of Nanasca. The story of the tree with one branch. The story of the Inca who wept blood. The speech of Rolla. The battle of Quito. The death of Rolla : with a frontispiece, representing Rolla tearing from the rock the tree which supports the bridge, by the author of the Siamese Tales ; to which are added, six Peruvian fables: The humming-bird. The man who gained by a loss. The Peruvian archer. The daughter of the moon. The lizard. The laden lama ; by the same author

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The life of Rolla : a Peruvian tale : with moral inculcations for youth : including, A description of the temple of the sun. The mysteries of the golden leaf. The seven springs in the valley of Nanasca. The story of the tree with one branch. The story of the Inca who wept blood. The speech of Rolla. The battle of Quito. The death of Rolla : with a frontispiece, representing Rolla tearing from the rock the tree which supports the bridge
Title
The life of Rolla
Title remainder
a Peruvian tale : with moral inculcations for youth : including, A description of the temple of the sun. The mysteries of the golden leaf. The seven springs in the valley of Nanasca. The story of the tree with one branch. The story of the Inca who wept blood. The speech of Rolla. The battle of Quito. The death of Rolla : with a frontispiece, representing Rolla tearing from the rock the tree which supports the bridge
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by the author of the Siamese Tales ; to which are added, six Peruvian fables: The humming-bird. The man who gained by a loss. The Peruvian archer. The daughter of the moon. The lizard. The laden lama ; by the same author
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
IUL
Citation location within source
  • p. 863
  • II, 1030
Citation source
  • Osborne Coll.
  • NCBEL
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
fiction
Target audience
juvenile
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The life of Rolla : a Peruvian tale : with moral inculcations for youth : including, A description of the temple of the sun. The mysteries of the golden leaf. The seven springs in the valley of Nanasca. The story of the tree with one branch. The story of the Inca who wept blood. The speech of Rolla. The battle of Quito. The death of Rolla : with a frontispiece, representing Rolla tearing from the rock the tree which supports the bridge, by the author of the Siamese Tales ; to which are added, six Peruvian fables: The humming-bird. The man who gained by a loss. The Peruvian archer. The daughter of the moon. The lizard. The laden lama ; by the same author
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Note
  • Adaptation of: Richard Brinsley Sheridan's Pizzarro; taken from August von Kotzebue's Die Spanier in Peru
  • Author from Roscoe, S. John Newbery, J42
  • Half-title
  • Includes prefatory "Advertisement"
  • Frontispiece engraved after R.K. Porter
  • Signatures: A-M6
  • "Six Peruvian fables" has sectional t.p., p. [121]
Dimensions
15 cm. (12mo in 6s)
Extent
xii, 132 p., [1] leaf of plates
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12294586
  • ucoclc12294586
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The life of Rolla : a Peruvian tale : with moral inculcations for youth : including, A description of the temple of the sun. The mysteries of the golden leaf. The seven springs in the valley of Nanasca. The story of the tree with one branch. The story of the Inca who wept blood. The speech of Rolla. The battle of Quito. The death of Rolla : with a frontispiece, representing Rolla tearing from the rock the tree which supports the bridge, by the author of the Siamese Tales ; to which are added, six Peruvian fables: The humming-bird. The man who gained by a loss. The Peruvian archer. The daughter of the moon. The lizard. The laden lama ; by the same author
Publication
Note
  • Adaptation of: Richard Brinsley Sheridan's Pizzarro; taken from August von Kotzebue's Die Spanier in Peru
  • Author from Roscoe, S. John Newbery, J42
  • Half-title
  • Includes prefatory "Advertisement"
  • Frontispiece engraved after R.K. Porter
  • Signatures: A-M6
  • "Six Peruvian fables" has sectional t.p., p. [121]
Dimensions
15 cm. (12mo in 6s)
Extent
xii, 132 p., [1] leaf of plates
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)12294586
  • ucoclc12294586

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