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Cooper, Abraham The American juvenile keepsake. [Two lines from Young] Edited by Mrs. Hofland
Cooper, Abraham The American juvenile keepsake, for 1836. [Two lines from Young] Edited by Mrs. Hofland
Corbould, Henry The prize, or, The lace-makers of Missenden. By Mrs. Caroline Barnard.
Corbould, Henry The works of Hannah More. Complete in seven volumes. : Vol. I. The repository tales. [Vol. II. Coelebs in search of a wife.--Essays on various subjects.--Moriana. Vol. III. Christian morals.--Moral sketches.--Reflections on prayer. Vol. IV. Practical piety.--On the life and writings of St. Paul. Vol. V. Thoughts on the manners of the great.--Estimate of the religion of the fashionable world.--Tragedies.--Poems. Vol. VI. Strictures on the modern system of female education.--Sacred dramas. Vol. VII. Hints for forming the character of a princess.--Spirit of prayer.--Bible rhymes
Corbould, Henry The American juvenile keepsake, for 1835. [Two lines from Young] Edited by Mrs. Hofland
Corbould, Henry Retrospection. a Tale. By Mrs. Taylor, of Ongar, Author of "Maternal Solicitude," &c. &c. Second edition.
Corbould, Henry The sister's friend, or, Christmas holidays at home. By the author of "Emma and her nurse," &c
Corbould, Henry The Scottish Chieftains; Or, the Perils of Love and War. By H. M. Jones, Author of “Emily Moreland,” “Rosaline Woodbridge,” “The Wedding Ring,” &C.
Corbould, Henry The parent's offering, or, Interesting tales for youth of both sexes. By Mrs. Caroline Barnard.
Corbould, Henry Godfrey Hall: or, Prudence and principle: a tale. By the author of "Rachel," and "The authoress." ; [Six lines of verse
Corbould, Henry The American juvenile keepsake, for 1836. [Two lines from Young] Edited by Mrs. Hofland
Corbould, Henry Stories of Old Daniel: or Tales of wonder and delight. Containing narratives of foreign countries and manners, and designed as an introduction to the study of voyages, travels, and history in general. The second edition.
Corbould, Henry The sister's friend, or, Christmas holidays spent at home. By the author of "Emma and her nurse," &c
Corbould, Henry Stories of Old Daniel: or Tales of wonder and delight. Containing narratives of foreign countries and manners, and designed as an introduction to the study of voyages, travels, and history in general. The third edition.
Corbould, Henry The sister's friend, or, Christmas holidays spent at home. By Mrs. Cameron.
Corbould, Henry The young travellers; or, A visit to the grandmother. Containing, with a variety of incidental topics, a sketch of the elements of zoology, botany, mineralogy, and other branches of natural history. By Mrs. Jamieson, author of Histories of France and Spain, &c. &c
Corbould, Henry Ellen, or, The young godmother: a tale for youth. By Alicia Catherine Mant.
Corbould, Henry The Seymour family, or, Domestic scenes. [Five lines of prose from Buckminster
Corbould, Henry The parent's offering, or, Interesting tales for youth of both sexes. By Mrs. Caroline Barnard.
Corbould, Henry Stories of Old Daniel, or, Tales of wonder and delight.
Corbould, Henry The American juvenile keepsake. [Two lines from Young] Edited by Mrs. Hofland
Corbould, Henry Margaret Melville, and the soldier's daughter; or, Juvenile memoirs: interspersed with remarks on the propriety of encouraging British manufactures. By Alicia Catherine Mant, author of Ellen, or the Young Godmother, Canary Bird, &c.
Corbould, Henry The young travellers; or, A visit to the grandmother. Containing, with a variety of incidental topics, a sketch of the elements of zoology, botany, mineralogy, and other branches of natural history. By Mrs. Jamieson, author of Histories of France and Spain, &c. &c
Corbould, Henry The American juvenile keepsake, for 1835. [Two lines from Young] Edited by Mrs. Hofland
Corbould, Henry Ellen, or, The young godmother: a tale for youth. By Alicia Catherine Mant.