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Fair Lucretia

Fair Lucretia

being a sorrowful history of a rich merchant, and the daughter of a farmer in England. Occasioned by a squire"s great love for her, and her parents desire for riches. : To which is added Edwin and Angelina; a sentimental tale. : [Four lines of verse]

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Published by by N. Douglas. in Printed and sold in Danbury [Conn.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 47414.
ContributionsGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination12 p.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14582860M

  “The Met has a long history of working with claimants to research and find a just and fair solution in cases of art wrongfully appropriated during the Nazi era.” The tragedy of Lucretia.   Sketches Of The Fair Sex by Anonymous (-) 01 - IN THE FOLLOWING PAGES. THE DEATHS OF LUCRETIA AND VIRGINIA. ON LOOKING AT THE PICTURE OF A BEAUTIFUL FEMALE. Both the book and the.

  TORRINGTON — Lucretia Lamphier Huxley, 86, died on Saturday, May, 2, , at Hartford Hospital. She was a resident at Litchfield Woods Author: Trizzo. " Lucretia Mott Girl of Old Nantucket " by Constance Buel Burnett, dated Fair/Poor (but a cool collectible anyway). Note on Condition: I use 3 categories of condition for Rating: % positive.

The monument was presented to the U.S. Capitol as a gift from the women of the United States by the National Woman's Party and was accepted on behalf of Congress by the Joint Committee on the Library on Febru aoc_neg_jpg The unveiling ceremony was held in the Capitol Rotunda on Febru , the st anniversary of the birth of Susan B. Anthony, and was attended by. the author As a free-lance travel writer and photographer, Lucretia Bingham’s credits include publication in Vanity Fair, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel and Leisure, Islands, Smithsonian and Saveur. Peripatetic for many years, she now lives with her beloved husband Jim in Connecticut.


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