Item #31334 Brief Memoirs of Remarkable Children, Whose Learning or Whose Piety is worthy the Imitation of those Little Boys and Girls who desire to Improve their Minds, to Increase in Wisdom, and to Grow in Favour with God and Man. Collected by a Clergyman of the Church of England. ANONYMOUS.
Brief Memoirs of Remarkable Children, Whose Learning or Whose Piety is worthy the Imitation of those Little Boys and Girls who desire to Improve their Minds, to Increase in Wisdom, and to Grow in Favour with God and Man. Collected by a Clergyman of the Church of England.

Brief Memoirs of Remarkable Children, Whose Learning or Whose Piety is worthy the Imitation of those Little Boys and Girls who desire to Improve their Minds, to Increase in Wisdom, and to Grow in Favour with God and Man. Collected by a Clergyman of the Church of England.

London. James Nisbet and Co. 1837. Hardcover. 24mo. 13.5cm, viii,328p., in the original blind & gilt decorated blue cloth, gilt spine titles & decoration on front, handwritten school presentation inscription on front paste-down, very good copy (chs). ~ An early 19th century children s book of morals and spirituality. A Clergyman of the Church of England was the pseudonym of English theologian, Legh Richmond (1772-1827). With an interesting inscription: Presented to Sarah Grant by her Teacher D. Robertson for good writing. Ottawa Dec. (?). Item #31334

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