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Tales for the Farmers' Ingle-Neuk: Consisting of the Murderer Discovered, the Spoiled Child, the Broken Bridge, and Domestic Management

Format
Book; Online
Published
Dunfermline, Printed and Sold by John Miller, 1826.
Language
English
Related Title
The murderer discovered.
The spoiled child.
The broken bridge.
Domestic management.
Series
Cheap Tracts
Description
24 p. 16.5 cm.
Notes
  • Chap-book.
  • Title vignette.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Sadleir-Black Collection of Gothic Novels. Gift.
Series Statement
Cheap tracts, no. 7
No Known CopyrightNo Known Copyright
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic
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PZ2 .T334 1826