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The Life of John Hatfield, Commonly Called the Keswick Imposter: With an Account of His Trial and Execution for Forgery; Also His Marriage With Mary of Buttermere ; To Which Is Added, a Pastoral Dialogue and the Celebrated Borrowdale Letter, Shewing the Native Dialect of the District ; And Also, the Wild Dog of Ennerdale

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Cockermouth, England ; Keswick, England : Mrs. Bailey, [1864]
Language
English
Related Title
The wild dog of Ennerdale.
A pastoral dialogue in the Cumberland dialect with a humorous epistle by a young shepherd to his friend in Borrowdale.
Description
55 . : ill. ; 20cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
Separate t.p.'s for: A pastoral dialogue in the Cumberland dialect ... and The wild dog of Ennerdale.
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