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The Walsall Apprentice and the Little Boy That Could Not Tell A Lie. 1831.

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[ANON] The Walsall Apprentice and the Little Boy That Could Not Tell A Lie. 8pp. (Light foxing). Publisher’s pink, printed wrappers (upper wrapper torn to upper wrapper, bottom right-hand corner with loss, stitching (binding) loose/nearly detached, as stitches missing). 48mo. (65 x 100mm). Birmingham: J. Moore, 1831.

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Description

Rare, charming juvenile chap-book (1831).

“SUCH was Washington, the founder of the freedom of the United States, when a little boy. This American President appears to have been one of the most truly illustrious men that ever blest the world, in any nation”.

[ANON] The Walsall Apprentice and the Little Boy That Could Not Tell A Lie.

8pp.

(Light foxing). Publisher’s pink, printed wrappers (tearing to upper wrapper with loss, stitching (binding) loose/nearly detached, as stitches missing).

48mo. (65 x 100mm). Birmingham: J. Moore, 1831.

Rare: Library Hub (COPAC) lists 1 copy in University of Oxford.

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Additional information

Weight 0.10 kg
Dimensions 12 × 7 × 0.5 cm
Author/s

Publisher

J. Moore

Binding

Wrappers

Non-Fiction Subject

Religion, Spirituality & Bibles

Language

English

Region

Europe

Date

1831

Place of Publication

Birmingham

Country of Manufacture

United Kingdon