Item Details

Henry Ashton; Or, the Burial of the First Born: A Tale for Children

By Joseph Alden, D.D., author of "The cardinal flower," "The lost lamb," etc
Format
Book
Published
Boston: : Lee and Shepard, Publishers, 10 Mile Street next "Old South Meeting House" ; New York: : Charles T. Dillingham, 718 and 720 Broadway, 1890.
Language
English
Variant Title
Henry Ashton
Burial of the first born
Series
Alden Library Illustrated
Contents
  • Henry Ashton ...
  • Taking him in hand. (Page 95-101)
  • Cruelty to the fatherless boy (Page 102-108).
Description
108, pages, [17] unnumbered pages,, [1] leaf of plates : illustrations ; 16 cm.
Notes
  • Includes frontispiece and added illustrated series title page.
  • Publisher's advertisements on first leaf and on p. [1]-[17] at back.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Pages 5-12 separated from binding. Original gold colored cloth. covered with a Van Everen Adjustable Book Cover, Size A, patented in 1888, with an advertisement on front by Loring, Short & Harmon, 474 Congress Street, Portland, Me. "So. Buxton S. School No. 19 [changed to 3]" on front free eddpaper. Label with number "195" on spine, with "3" written above and "Henry Ashton below. Forms part of: Collection of Early Books in Original Dust Jackets or Removable Coverings. Robert and Virginia Tunstall Trust Fund, 2018/2019.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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