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A childs history of England

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        StatementChapman & Hall, ltd.
        PublishersChapman & Hall, ltd.
        LC Classifications1906
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 121 p. :
        Number of Pages62
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        2The Authentic edition. The works of Charles Dickens -- v. 19.
        3The Authentic edition. The works of Charles Dickens -- v. 19

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They made boats of basket-work, covered with the skins of animals, but seldom, if ever, ventured far from the shore.Dickens calls the builder of the Severus.

Slight bit of sunning to spines, but overall in beautiful, unsophisticated condition. does not appear in description, it means there is no dust jacket. Boards and spine are straight. This lively narrative was dedicated by the author to his children, in hopes of whetting their appetites for more substantial works of history. First state ads in vols. — Easy to read HTML version.

However, I do remember a Ladybird book in which King Arthur burnt the cakes, but I thought this all happened in East Anglia, which suggests I was getting him confused with Hereward the Wake only 200 years apart, a mere nothing in first-millennium, Dark Age terms. BookSleuth Can't remember the title or the author of a book? Fields with thousands lying slaughtered is incomprehensible. First American one-volume edition preceded by two volume editions by both Harper's and Hickling, Swan and Brown editions in 1854.

Bookplates of two previous owners to front pastedowns of each. Gold title on spine rubbed. Charles Dickens tackles the history of the Kings and Queens of England. The greater part of it was very misty and cold.