Addison, Joseph. (Eds.) (1806) The Brother's gift or, The naughty girl reformedto which is added, The employments of mankind. : Ornamented with cutsHartford: : Printed by Lincoln & Gleason.,MLA Citation
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The Brother's gift or, The naughty girl reformed [electronic resource] : to which is added, The employments of mankind. : Ornamented with cuts.
|Published:||Hartford: : Printed by Lincoln & Gleason., 1806.|
Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 10039.
|Topics:||Children's stories. | Conduct of life - Juvenile fiction. | Girls - Juvenile fiction. | Young women - Juvenile fiction. | Young women - Education. | Brothers and sisters - Juvenile fiction. | Sex role - Juvenile fiction. | Etiquette for children and teenagers - Juvenile fiction.|
|Genres:||Juvenile literature - 1806. | Poems - 1806. | Booksellers' advertisements - Connecticut - Hartford. | Chapbooks - 1806.|
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