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The original Mother Goose's melody, as first issued by John Newbery, of London, about A.D., 1760.

Author: John Newbery; Isaiah Thomas; William Henry Whitmore
Publisher: Detroit, Singing Tree Press, 1969.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mother Goose.
Original Mother Goose's melody.
Detroit, Singing Tree Press, 1969
(OCoLC)556916424
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Newbery; Isaiah Thomas; William Henry Whitmore
OCLC Number: 10795
Notes: Each leaf of the facsim. (leaves [30]-[52]) reproduces 4 pages of the original.
Description: [52] leaves 23 cm
Other Titles: Mother Goose.
Responsibility: Reproduced in fac-simile from the edition as reprinted by Isaiah Thomas, of Worcester Mass., about A.D., 1785. With introductory notes by William H. Whitmore. Albany, J. Munsell's Sons, 1889 [i.e. 1890].

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