ID 7302
Title An account of the establishment of sunday schools in Old Brentford: extracted from the oeconomy of charity. By Mrs. Trimmer.
Contributors Trimmer, Sarah (Author)
Signed Author By Mrs. Trimmer.
Pseudonym
Firms Joseph Johnson (Publisher); George, George, John and James Robinson (Publisher); Thomas Longman, jun. (Publisher)
Self-published No
Volumes 1
Pagination 24
Date of Publication 1787
Edition Statement
Edition Number
Date of First Publication
Imprint Printed for T. Longman; G.G.J. and J. Robinson, in Paternoster-row; and J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church-yard
Copyright Statement
Colophon
Location of Printing London GB
Format octavo (8vo)
Length (cm)
Width (cm)
Price (pound)
Price (shilling)
Price (pence) 6.0
Total Price (in pence)
Non-UK Price
Genre Religion/Biblical
Sources ESTC (#T194196)
ECCO (#CB126418333)
Shelfmarks
Notes
Hand-Verified No
Attempted Verification No
Verified Yes

Bibliographic Entry

Trimmer, Sarah. An account of the establishment of sunday schools in Old Brentford: extracted from the oeconomy of charity. By Mrs. Trimmer. London: Joseph Johnson, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Longman, jun., 1787.

Trimmer, S. (1787). An account of the establishment of sunday schools in old brentford: extracted from the oeconomy of charity. by mrs. trimmer. London: Joseph Johnson. George, George, John and James Robinson. Thomas Longman, jun.

Trimmer, Sarah. An account of the establishment of sunday schools in Old Brentford: extracted from the oeconomy of charity. By Mrs. Trimmer. London: Joseph Johnson, George, George, John and James Robinson, Thomas Longman, jun., 1787.

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  year={1787},
  title={An account of the establishment of sunday schools in Old Brentford: extracted from the oeconomy of charity. By Mrs. Trimmer.},
  publisher={Joseph Johnson \& George, George, John and James Robinson \& Thomas Longman, jun.},
  address={London},    }

Recommended Citation

Trimmer, Sarah. "An account of the establishment of sunday schools in Old Brentford: extracted from the oeconomy of charity. By Mrs. Trimmer." The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 7302 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/7302. Accessed 2020-12-01.

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