2 edition of Memoirs of a London doll,written by herself found in the catalog.
Memoirs of a London doll,written by herself
Richard Hengist Horne
Facsimile reprint of ed. published, London, Joseph Cundall, 1846.
|Statement||edited by Mrs.Fairstar (otherwise Mr.Richard Henry Horne),with an introduction and notes by Margery Fisher,with fourillustrations by Miss Margaret Gillies and additional decorations by Richard Shirley Smith.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||143|
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Edited by Mrs. Fairstar [pseud.] With four illustrations, by Miss Margaret Gillies London: H. Bohn, Hm Irving, William Henry John Gay's London illustrated from the poetry of the time, by William Henry Irving Cambridge, Harvard University Press, PRI7 Book by Richard Henry Horne.
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Memoirs of a London Doll, Written By Herself (The Little Library) Richard H. Horne (Mrs. Fairstar, pseudonym); Clara Whitehill Hunt (introduction) Published by Macmillan ().
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Memoirs of a London doll. [R H Horne] -- In a large dusky room at the top of a dusky house in one of the dusky streets of High Holborn, there lived a poor doll-maker, whose name was Sprat.
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