The HISTORY Of FANNY MILLS; or, No one too young to do good. Part II.; Cheap Repository. Penny Chapbook.
The HISTORY Of FANNY MILLS; or, No one too young to do good. Part II.; Cheap Repository.

The HISTORY Of FANNY MILLS; or, No one too young to do good. Part II.; Cheap Repository.

London: Printed and sold by John Marshall, at the Cheap Repository, No. 17, Queen-street, Cheapside, [1799]. 1st Printing (ESTC T36374; Spinney 174). 15, [1 (advert)] pp. P. 15 signed "L". Page [16] contains "A List of Tracts", in 3 categories, beginning with "Madge Blarney, &c." and ending with "Jack Flint the Soldier. Parts I. II. III. IV." P. 1 with woodcut, 2-1/2" x 2-3/4", depicting a family of 3 at a table, in front of a fireplace. 8vo. 7-5/8" x 5". Printed self wrappers, untrimmed. Gathered with a 'pin'. Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Age-toning. Light wear. A VG+ copy. Item #47411

This title part of a separate series of chapbooks issued by Marshall acting alone, not connected with Hannah More’s Cheap Repository.

Rare, ESTC shows just two institutional holdings, neither in the US.

Price: $375.00

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