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Poetry, Verse and Rhymes; Games. 0861: M. G. Lewis, A True History of a Little Old Woman who Found a Silver Penny

Author: Lewis, Matthew Gregory
Title: A true history of a little old woman, who found a silver penny
Cat. Number: 0861
Date: 1806
1st Edition:
Pub. Place: London
Publisher: Tabart and Co.
Price: Unknown
Pages: 1 vol., 14pp.
Size: 13 x 10 cm
Note: Incomplete

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The attribution to Lewis, author of The Monk (1796), comes from Moon 1990: 76, who cites M. Baron-Wilson's Life and Correspondence of M. G. (Monk) Lewis (1839): 202-203.

Moon, Marjorie, Benjamin Tabart's Juvenile Library. A Bibliography of books for children published, written, edited and sold by Mr. Tabart, 1801-1820, Winchester, Hants. and Detroit, 1990