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The history of little Goody Two-Shoes, otherwise called Mrs. Margery Two-Shoes : with the means by which she acquired her learning and wisdom, and in consequence thereof her estate ; set forth at large for the benefit of those, who from a state of rags and care, and having shoes but half a pair, their fortune and their fame would fix, and gallop in a coach and six Preview this item
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The history of little Goody Two-Shoes, otherwise called Mrs. Margery Two-Shoes : with the means by which she acquired her learning and wisdom, and in consequence thereof her estate ; set forth at large for the benefit of those, who from a state of rags and care, and having shoes but half a pair, their fortune and their fame would fix, and gallop in a coach and six

Author: Oliver Goldsmith; Giles Jones; Griffith Jones; John Newbery; Alice B Woodward
Publisher: New York : Macmillan Company, ©1924
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Oliver Goldsmith; Giles Jones; Griffith Jones; John Newbery; Alice B Woodward
OCLC Number: 317407093
Notes: Twenty-first printing.
Variously ascribed to Oliver Goldsmith, Giles Jones, Griffith Jones and John Newbery.
Mrs. Margery is accused of being a witch.
"First printed for J. Newbery, in London, at the Bible and Sun in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1766."
Description: 91 pages : illustrations ; 17 cm
Other Titles: Goody Two-Shoes.
Mrs. Margery Two-Shoes
Responsibility: reprinted with new pictures by Alice Woodward.

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