JACK BROWN In PRISON; or, The Pitcher never goes so often to the Well but it is broke at last.; Being the Fourth Part of the History of TWO SHOEMAKERS. Cheap Repository. Hannah 1745 - 1833 More.

JACK BROWN In PRISON; or, The Pitcher never goes so often to the Well but it is broke at last.; Being the Fourth Part of the History of TWO SHOEMAKERS. Cheap Repository.

London / Bath: Sold by J. Marshall (Printer to the Cheap Repository for Moral and Religious Tracts) ... and R. White, Piccadilly, London ... By. S. Hazard, at Bath ... [1796]. 1st printing (Spinney 57). 23, [1] pp. "Z" p. 21. "The Prodigal Son" pp. 22 - 23. Untrimmed. Last page a publication history of tracts from June 1795 through February 1st, 1796. Woodcut vignette [2-1/2" x 2-13/16"] on title page; smaller vignette to p. 11 & p. 21 (this latter signed "Lee", i.e., John Lee). 8vo. 7-5/8" x 5". Self-wrappers, stitched. Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Age-toning, and some foxing. Small hole in initial bifolium along spine. Very Good. Item #47705

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