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The house that Jack built: [electronic resource] : to which is prefixed, The history of Jack Jingle, shewing by what means he acquired his learning, and in consequence thereof got rich, and built himself a house. : Set forth for the benefit of those, who from being quite destitute, friendless and poor; would have a fine house, and a coach at the door. : Ornamented with cuts.

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Published: Hartford: : Printed by Peter B. Gleason & Co., 1811.
Series: Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 23053.
Topics: Children's stories. | Children's poetry. | Picture books for children. | Conduct of life - Juvenile fiction. | Boys - Juvenile fiction. | Money - Juvenile fiction. | Mothers and sons - Juvenile fiction. | Obedience - Juvenile fiction. | Cousins - Juvenile fiction. | Children's accidents - Juvenile fiction.
Genres: Juvenile literature - 1811. | Nursery rhymes - 1811. | Chapbooks - 1811.
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