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|Material Type:||Fiction, Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Giles Jones; Griffith Jones; John Newbery; Oliver Goldsmith
|Notes:||The authorship of Goody Two-Shoes is assigned to Giles and Griffith Jones by the former's son, Stephen Jones, in his 'New biographical dictionary': the work has also been assigned to Oliver Goldsmith and John Newbery.
The imprint 'Millar, Law and Cater' is fictitious and the book was probably produced in York from remaindered sheets from elsewhere. It probably dates from the period before Mawman joined the firm of Wilson and Spence in 1790.
|Description:||94 p. : ill. ; 16[sup]0.|