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Title(s):

The History of little Fanny : exemplified in a series of figures, engraved on copperplate.

Edition:
Second edition.
Published/Created:
Philadelphia : Published by Morgan & Yeager, at the Juvenile Bookstore, no. 114, Chesnut Street, 1825.
Physical Description:
15, [1] pages, [7] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 15 cm
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
PR3991.A1 H587 1825
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
In verse.
Last page blank.
In plain wrapper.
"Price col. 25 plain 18 cents."--Title page.
No. 1. Fanny dressed in a white frock, and pink sash, with a doll in her arms -- No. 2. Fanny dressed in a great coat, muff, and bonnet, ready to go out -- No. 3. Fanny in a red cloak, with a hat in her hand, begging her bread -- No. 4. Fanny next appears an errand girl, with a basket of fish on her head -- No. 5. Fanny now carries milk and eggs to market, instead of fish, as a neater and cleaner employ -- No. 6. Fanny has now a basket of butter under her cloak, and is sent, unknown to herself, to her mother's house -- No. 7. Fanny restored to her former station, modestly dressed in a coloured frock, with a book in her hand.
Shoemaker 20906
Rosenbach, A.S.W. Children's books, 672
Publisher's advertisements of Mary Charles: back cover.
BEIN Shirley 1791 and BEIN Is94 t1 2: Cover has different imprint: Published and sold wholesale and retail, by Mary Charles, No. 71, South Second Street Price plain, 18 3-4 cents, coloured, 25 cents. 1821.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in contemporary gray wrappers. Lacks publisher's advertisements.
Subject Terms:
Abduction -- Juvenile poetry.
Children's poetry.
Clothing and dress -- Juvenile poetry.
Conduct of life -- Juvenile poetry.
Girls -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile poetry.
Mothers and daughters -- Juvenile poetry.
Obedience -- Juvenile poetry.
Picture books for children.
Pride and vanity -- Juvenile poetry.
Form/Genre:
Paper dolls.
Juvenile literature.
Publishers' advertisements.
Poems -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. -- 1821.
Poems -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. -- 1825.
Engravings -- Hand-colored -- 1825.
Contributors:
Charles, Mary, 1773?-1823, publisher.
Morgan & Yeager, publisher.
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