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The dairyman

Author: Daniel Tyerman; Alexander Anderson; American Tract Society.
Publisher: [New-York] : Published by the American Tract Society, and sold at their depository, no. 144 Nassau-street, near the City-Hall, New-York; and by agents of the Society, its branches, and auxiliaries, in the principal cities and towns in the United States, [between 1827 and 1833?]
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Publication:Publications of the American Tract Society, v. 3, no. 89 (1827-1833)
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Genre/Form: Devotional literature
Named Person: Joseph Wallbridge; Joseph Wallbridge
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Tyerman; Alexander Anderson; American Tract Society.
OCLC Number: 476493615
Notes: At head of title: No. 89.
Alternate pagination: [2], 351-372 p.
The American Tract Society occupied 144 Nassau street from 1827 to 1833.
Illustration on p. [1], unsigned, possibly by Alexander Anderson.
Includes: Happy deaths, p. 22-24.
Also published under the title: The dairyman : a narrative of the life, the conversion, the Christian experience, and happy death of Joseph Wallbridge, the father of the interesting young woman described by the Rev. Mr. Richmond, in his celebrated tract, "The dairyman's daughter."
Some copies issued multi-volume cumulation of American Tract Society Publications, with a collective t.p. and table of contents.
Description: [2], 3-24 p. : ill. (wood engraving) ; 18 cm.
Responsibility: by Rev. D. Tyerman.

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