The Renowned History of Primrose Prettyface. Who by her Sweetness of Temper, & Love Of Learning, was raised from being the Daughter of a poor Cottager, to great Riches, and the Dignity of Lady of the Manor
Birsay, Orkney, United Kingdom
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- The Renowned History of Primrose Prettyface. Who by her Sweetness of Temper, & Love Of Learning, was raised from being the Daughter of a poor Cottager, to great Riches, and the Dignity of Lady of the Manor
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- J Marshall & Co
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- primrose prettyface; eighteenth century children's books; early children's books
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