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The Writings of Jane Taylor [Philip; a Fragment; To Madame De Stael; To the Moon; To Mrs. L; Love and Fame: a Fable; Remonstrance to Time; Sunset; The Fairies' Song; To Miss G. on the Death of her Robin; An Enigma; The Vase and the Pitcher: a Fable; An Enigma; A Story; The Shipwrecked Lascar: a true Tale, addresed to Miss M; The Beggar Boy; Lines written in an Album; To a Poetical Friend; To a Friend; To the same, on her Birth Day; To two Chesnut Trees; To a Sister, on her Birth Day; The Violet to the Rose; Birth Day retrospect; To a Brother, on his Birth Day; To Miss E. F. on her Birth Day; To Mr. C , senior: with a Drawing; An Infant's Hymn; Hymn, sung by the children of a Sunday School; Hymn for Children; Hymn, for the children, etc] by  Mary Kimball Lewis]  D. Taylor ; association copy: Mary S. Tappan - Hardcover - 1835 - from Joseph Valles - Books (SKU: 535)

The Writings of Jane Taylor [Philip; a Fragment; To Madame De Stael; To the Moon; To Mrs. L; Love and Fame: a Fable; Remonstrance to Time; Sunset; The Fairies' Song; To Miss G. on the Death of her Robin; An Enigma; The Vase and the Pitcher: a Fable; An Enigma; A Story; The Shipwrecked Lascar: a true Tale, addresed to Miss M; The Beggar Boy; Lines written in an Album; To a Poetical Friend; To a Friend; To the same, on her Birth Day; To two Chesnut Trees; To a Sister, on her Birth Day; The Violet to the Rose; Birth Day retrospect; To a Brother, on his Birth Day; To Miss E. F. on her Birth Day; To Mr. C , senior: with a Drawing; An Infant's Hymn; Hymn, sung by the children of a Sunday School; Hymn for Children; Hymn, for the children, etc]

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The Writings of Jane Taylor [Philip; a Fragment; To Madame De Stael; To the Moon; To Mrs. L; Love and Fame: a Fable; Remonstrance to Time; Sunset; The Fairies' Song; To Miss G. on the Death of her Robin; An Enigma; The Vase and the Pitcher: a Fable; An Enigma; A Story; The Shipwrecked Lascar: a true Tale, addresed to Miss M; The Beggar Boy; Lines written in an Album; To a Poetical Friend; To a Friend; To the same, on her Birth Day; To two Chesnut Trees; To a Sister, on her Birth Day; The Violet to the Rose; Birth Day retrospect; To a Brother, on his Birth Day; To Miss E. F. on her Birth Day; To Mr. C , senior: with a Drawing; An Infant's Hymn; Hymn, sung by the children of a Sunday School; Hymn for Children; Hymn, for the children, etc]

by Taylor, Jane (1783-1824). [Ann Martin Taylor (1757-1830), Adelaide O'Keeffe (1776-1865), Ann Taylor Gilbert (1782-1866), Isaac Taylor (1787-1865), D. Taylor ; association copy: Mary S. Tappan, Mary Kimball Lewis]

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Boston : Perkins, Marvin and Company ; Philadelphia : Henry Perkins, 1835., 1835. Very Good. 3 vols. (complete) ; binding of Vols. I and II only: full, dark purple leather, with very fine gold tooling ; marbled fore-edges ; marbled endpapers VG ; binding of Vol. III only: light brown, blind-stamped tooled cloth with gold lettering and decoration on spine G ; Vols. I and II: inscriptions to Mary S. Tappan, 1835, and Mary Kimball Lewis, 1923 ; 108+268 pp. ; small, pressed title label for spine of volume 1 missing, but that for volume 2 is laid in, albeit chipped ; tiny hole in the back flyleaf of volume 1 ; very slight wear on the hinges ; texts very clean ; very tight ; some wear to top edge of boards ; beautifully bound ; Vol. III: hinges tight, frayed edges to cloth of spine ; endpapers foxed ; paper starting from stitching at page 207 starting ; small tear at stitching of page 213/214 ; Works by the author of the poem "Twinkle, twinkle little star", originally titled, "The Star" ; Contents of Vol.1: Philip; a Fragment -- To Madame De Stael -- To the Moon -- To Mrs. L -- Love and Fame: a Fable -- Remonstrance to Time -- Sunset -- The Fairies' Song -- To Miss G. on the Death of her Robin -- An Enigma -- The Vase and the Pitcher: a Fable -- An Enigma -- A Story -- The Shipwrecked Lascar: a true Tale, addresed to Miss M -- The Beggar Boy -- Lines written in an Album -- To a Poetical Friend -- To a Friend -- To the same, on her Birth Day -- To two Chesnut Trees -- To a Sister, on her Birth Day -- The Violet to the Rose -- Birth Day retrospect -- To a Brother, on his Birth Day -- To Miss E. F. on her Birth Day -- To Mr. C , senior: with a Drawing -- An Infant's Hymn -- Hymn, sung by the children of a Sunday School -- Hymn for Children -- Hymn, for the children of a Sunday School -- Sailor's Hymn -- " With God all things are possible" -- Hymn, " Come my fond fluttering heart" -- Epitaph -- On the Death of an Infant -- On visiting an old family Residence -- Trite thoughts in a place of Worship -- Soliloquy -- " The things that are unseen are eternal" ; Contents of Vol III: Correspondence between a Mother and her Daughter at School, by Mrs. Taylor and Jane Taylor -- Original Poems for Infant Minds by the Taylor Family -- Display, A Tale by the late Jane Taylor, from twelfth London edition, Boston : Perkins & Marvin, 114 Washington St., 1832 ; Poems included are : The church-yard -- A true story -- The bird's nest -- Hand-post -- Spring -- Summer -- Autumn -- Winter -- To a butterfly, on giving it liberty -- The tempest -- Morning -- Evening -- The idle boy -- The industrious boy -- The little fisherman -- Old age -- The apple-tree -- The disappointment -- The shepherd boy -- The robin -- The shoulder of mutton -- False alarms -- The child's monitor -- The butterfly -- The boys and the apple-tree -- The wooden doll and the wax doll -- The redbreast -- Idle Dicky and the goat -- The nightingale -- Never play with fire -- The Lark -- The truant boys -- George and the Chimney-sweeper -- Sophia's fool's-cap -- Washing and dressing -- The plum cake -- Another plum cake -- For a naughty little girl -- Honest old Tray -- To a little girl that has told a lie -- The two gardens -- My Mother -- My Father -- The palace and cottage -- Ball -- The fox and the crow -- The mother's wish -- To Maria -- The snail -- The holydays -- Old Sarah -- Old Susan -- The gleaner -- Snow -- The pigs -- Finery -- Crazy Robert -- Employment -- The fighting birds -- Creation -- The tempest -- Address to an infant -- Turnip tops -- The vulgar little lady -- Meddlesome Matty -- The last dying speech and confession of poor Puss -- Night -- Day -- Deaf Martha -- The pin -- The little bird's complaint to his mistress -- The mistresses's reply to her little bird -- The true history of a poor little m ouse -- The chatterbox -- The snowdrop -- The yellow leaf -- Poor Pompey's complaint -- The English girl -- The pond -- The Scotch laddie -- The Welsh lad -- The Irish boy -- Greedy Richard -- Dirty Jack -- The farm - Reading -- Idleness -- The good -natured; VG

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Joseph Valles - Books US (US)
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535
Title
The Writings of Jane Taylor [Philip; a Fragment; To Madame De Stael; To the Moon; To Mrs. L; Love and Fame: a Fable; Remonstrance to Time; Sunset; The Fairies' Song; To Miss G. on the Death of her Robin; An Enigma; The Vase and the Pitcher: a Fable; An Enigma; A Story; The Shipwrecked Lascar: a true Tale, addresed to Miss M; The Beggar Boy; Lines written in an Album; To a Poetical Friend; To a Friend; To the same, on her Birth Day; To two Chesnut Trees; To a Sister, on her Birth Day; The Violet to the Rose; Birth Day retrospect; To a Brother, on his Birth Day; To Miss E. F. on her Birth Day; To Mr. C , senior: with a Drawing; An Infant's Hymn; Hymn, sung by the children of a Sunday School; Hymn for Children; Hymn, for the children, etc]
Author
Taylor, Jane (1783-1824). [Ann Martin Taylor (1757-1830), Adelaide O'Keeffe (1776-1865), Ann Taylor Gilbert (1782-1866), Isaac Taylor (1787-1865), D. Taylor ; association copy: Mary S. Tappan, Mary Kimball Lewis]
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity available
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Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Boston : Perkins, Marvin and Company ; Philadelphia : Henry Perkins, 1835.
Date published
1835
Keywords
British literature women authors binding 19th century children manners etiquette instruction social poetry poems juvenile ficiton lavenham suffolk colchester devonshire llfracombe cornwall marazion methodism ongar hastings marden ash
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