The affectionate daughter :
showing how, when very young, she maintained her afflicted mother, and one of her brothers, by working in a coal-pit : and how Providence rewarded her after her mother's death : a true and interesting story.
|Published / Created:||
Printed for the Religious Tract Society :
[1827 or 1828?]
sold at their Depository, 56, Paternoster-row :
by J. and C. Evans, 42, Long-lane, and by other booksellers,
|Series:||[Collection of tracts and stories / Religious Tract Society] ;
no. 514 |
|Notes:||Printer from colophon. |
Approximate dates based on publishers' addresses and forms of name, established from Brown, P. London publishers and printers c. 1800-1870. William Clowes conducted business under that name on Stamford Street from 1827 to 1835 or 1838 (p. 40); John and Charles Evans were partners from 1821-28 (p. 63).
At head of title: No. 514.
"[Price One Penny.]"
Wood-engraved title vignette and tail-piece.
Physical description: 8 p. ; 18 cm.