The Cheapside apprentice, or, The history of Mr. Francis H*** : fully setting forth the danger of playing with edge tools : shewing also, how a gay life, may prove a short one; and that a merry evening may produce a sorrowful morning.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Philadelphia : Printed by B. & J. Johnson, 1800.
Description
35, [1] p. : ill. ; 15 cm.

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Subject(s)
Related name
Library of Congress genre(s)
Fiction [Browse]
Series
Cheap repository ; no. 13 [More in this series]
Contained in
Multi-title collection including The history of Tawny Rachel, the fortune teller, Black Giles's wife and 9 other(s).
Notes
  • At head of title: [Cheap repository. Number 13.]
  • Attributed to Sarah More in: Weiss, Harry B. Hannah More's cheap repository tracts in America.
  • Title vignette.
With
With: The history of Tom White. Philadelphia : B. & J. Johnson, 1800 -- The way to plenty. Philadelphia : B. & J. Johnson, 1800 -- Husbandry moralized. Philadelphia : B. & J. Johnson, 1800 -- Black Giles the poacher. Philadelphia : B. & J. Johnson, 1800 -- Black Giles the poacher; with The history of widow Brown's apple-tree. Philadelphia : B. & J. Johnson, 1800 -- The history of Tawny Rachel, the fortune teller. Philadelphia : B. & J. Johnson, 1800 -- The history of the two shoemakers, part I. Philadelphia : B. & J. Johnson, 1800 -- The history of the two shoemakers, part II. Philadelphia : B. & J. Johnson, 1800 -- The History of the two shoemakers, part III. Philadelphia : B. & J. Johnson, 1800.
Binding note
Volume : Contemporary half calf binding and marbled papers.
References
  • Evans 37140
  • Welch, d'A.A. Amer. children's books, 169.9
  • Hamilton, S. Amer. book illustrators (1968 ed.), no. 187
Other title(s)
History of Mr. Francis H***
In
Multi-title collection including The history of Tawny Rachel, the fortune teller, Black Giles's wife and 9 other(s).
OCLC
54361936
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