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Author: Mary Martha Sherwood
Publisher: New York, Harper & Brothers, 1834-58.
Series: Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Uniform edition, v. I-XV
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Genre/Form: Juvenile literature
English fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sherwood, Mrs. (Mary Martha), 1775-1851.
Works of Mrs. Sherwood.
New York, Harper & Bros., 1834-58
(OCoLC)656606566
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Martha Sherwood
OCLC Number: 1802410
Notes: At head of title (v. 1-15): Harper's stereotype edition.
Added t.p. engraved.
Description: 16 volumes frontispieces (volumes 1-15; volumes 14: portrait) 18 cm
Contents: I. The history of Henry Milner. --
II. History of the Fairchild family. Orphans of Normandy; or, Florentin and Lucie. The latter days. --
III. Little Henry and his bearer. Little Lucy and her dhaye. Memoirs of Sergeant Dale, his daughter, and the orphan Mary. The history of Susan Gray. The history of Lucy Clare. The hedge of thorns. The recaptured Negro. Susannah; or, The three guardians. The history of Theophilus and Sophia. Abdallah, the merchant of Bagdad. --
IV. The Indian pilgrim. The broken hyacinth. The little woodman. The babes in the wood. Clara Stephens. The golden clew. Katharine Seward. Mary Anne. The iron cage. The little beggars. --
V. The infant's progress. The flowers of the forest. Juliana Oakley. Ermina. Emancipation. --
VI. The governess. The little momiere. The stranger at home. Père la Chaise. English Mary. My uncle Timothy. --
VII. The nun. Intimate friends. My Aunt Kate. Emmeline. Obedience. The gipsy babes. The basket-maker. The butterfly. Alune; or, Le Bächen Hölzli. Procrastination, or, The evil of delay. The mourning queen. VIII. Victoria. Arzoomund. The birthday present. The errand boy. The orphan boy. The two sisters. Julian Percival. Edward Mansfield. The infirmary. Mrs. Catherine Crawley. Joan, or, Trustworthy. The young forester. The bitter sweet. Common errors. --
IX-XII. The lady of the manor. --
XIII. The mailcoach. My three uncles. The old lady's complaint. The shepherd's fountain. The hours of infancy. Economy. "Hoc age." Old things and new things. The Swiss cottage. Obstinacy punished. The infant's grave. The father's eye. The red book. Dudley castle. The happy grandmother. The blessed family. My godmother. The useful little girl. Caroline Mordaunt. Le Fevre. The penny tract. The potters' common. the china manufactory. Emily and her brothers. --
XIV. The monk of Cimiés. The rosary; or, Rosèe of Montreux. The Roman baths. Saint Hospice. The violet leaf. The convent of St. Clair. --
XV. Henry Milner. pt. iv. Sabbaths on the continent. The idler. --
XVI. The history of John Marten, a sequel to the life of Henry Milner.
Series Title: Works of Mrs. Sherwood. Uniform edition, v. I-XV

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