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PN970 E93 L58 1826 [Info] A Little Book About Little Birds, &c. (London: J. and C. Evans, 1826) (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .F6 N6 1860 [Info] The Norwood Gipsy's Fortune Teller (London: W. S. Fortey, ca. 1860) (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .F6 U6 [Info] The Universal Dreamer: Containing the Interpretation of a Great Variety of Dreams, Explaining Their Meaning, and Disclosing The Secrets of Futurity (London: W. S. Fortey, n.d.) (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .G6 G66 1859 [Info] Goode's Universal Dream Book (London: T. Goode, between 1859 and 1879) (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 G8 A5 1864 [Info] Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp (Old style series #11; Ardrossan, Scotland: A. Guthrie, 1864) (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .H63 B5 1832 [Info] Blue Beard, or, Fatal Curiosity: A Tale of the Olden Time, Intended for the Amusement of All Good Children (Derby, England, and London: John and Charles Mozley, ca. 1832), by Charles Perrault (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .H69 T9 [Info] Betty Brown, the St. Giles's Orange Girl; With Some Account of Mrs. Sponge the Money Lender (London: Howard and Evans, ca. 1801), by Hannah More (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .H69 T9 [Info] Black Giles, the Poacher; With Some Account of a Family Who Had Rather Live by Their Wits Than Their Work (London: Howard and Evans, ca. 1801), by Hannah More (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .H69 T9 [Info] A New Christmas Tract, or, the Right Way of Rejoicing at Christmas: Shewing the Reasons We Have for Joy at the Event of Our Saviour's Birth, In Which Also a Description is Given of the Dreadful State the World Was In Before His Coming, With Some Remarks Suited To the Times in Which We Live (anonymous, but attributed by some to Hannah More; London: Howard and Evans, ca. 1800), contrib. by Hannah More, illust. by John Lee (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .H69 T9 [Info] 'Tis All for the Best (London: Howard and Evans, ca. 1810), by Hannah More
PN970 .H88 Q44 [Info] A Wedding-Ring Fit for the Finger, Laid Open in a Sermon Preached at a Wedding in St. Edmond's (Glasgow, ca. 1835), by William Secker (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .J7 A5 1846 [Info] Aladdin, or, the Wonderful Lamp (London: W. S. Johnson, ca. 1846) (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .K4 C6 1825 [Info] A Collection of Fables, For the Instruction and Amusement of Little Misses and Masters (York, UK: J. Kendrew, ca. 1825) (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 K4 E4 [Info] An Elegy on the Death and Burial of Cock Robin (York, UK: Printed by J. Kendrew, ca. 1820)
PN970 .K5 S5 1848 [Info] Simple Poems for Infant Minds (New York: Kiggins and Kellogg, ca. 1848), illust. by Benjamin F. Pease and William Barritt (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .M24 [Info] A Hymn on Creation (New York: The author, 1825), by Mahlon Day (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .M37 A3 1857 [Info] Adventures of Matty Marvelous (London: J. L. Marks, ca. 1857) (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 M375 O43 1859 [Info] Old Dame Trot and Her Comical Cat (London: S. Marks and Sons, 1859)
PN970 .M477 B6 1850 [Info] Book About America (Concord, NH: Rufus Merrill, 1850), by Rufus Merrill (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .M477 B66 1850 [Info] Book About Birds (Concord, NH: Rufus Merrill, 1850), by Rufus Merrill (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .M477 H57 1843 [Info] A History of Beasts, For the Use of Children (8-page edition with elephant title page; Concord, NH: Rufus Merrill and Co., 1843) (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970.M477 P5 1843 [Info] A Pleasing Toy for Children (Concord, NH: Rufus Merrill, 1843)
PN970 .N442 B35 1829 [Info] Bailie Nicol Jarvie's Journey to Aberfoil; To Which Are Added, St. Patrick Was a Gentleman, and the Auld Sark Sleeve (Glasgow: J. Neil, 1829) (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .P83 J67 1850 [Info] "I Don't Believe in Your Way" (Glasgow, ca. 1850), by J. M. S. (multiple formats at archive.org)
PN970 .R4 S55 [Info] Advice to an Apprentice (multiple formats at archive.org)

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