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Little Meg"s children by Hesba Stretton

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Published by S.R. Pblishrs, Johnson Reprint Corporation in Wakefield, New York .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Facsimile reprint of 1st ed., published London, Religious Tract Society, 1868.

Statementby Sarah Smith [i.e. Hesba Stretton] ; with a new preface [by Margaret Mortimer].
SeriesEarly children"s books. a series of facsimile editions sponsored by the Toronto Public Library, selected from the Osborne Collection of early children"s books, 1505-1910
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20647125M

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