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Miss Browne. The story of a superior mouse.


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Square 4 °. [10] colour chromolithographed images on cards, bound to the spine with brown cloth, original card boards with illustrated colour chromolithographed cover, inner sides of boards with illustrated paste-downs, original brown cloth spine (slightly dusty, mostly in margins, corners slightly worn, one page with a diagonal fold in the upper outer corner, last board with repaired tear in the gutter, otherwise a good example).


The first, late 19th century edition, of a story of a city mouse, who visits her relatives on a country. The story has been written in verses and illustrated by Madeline Hall.

References: OCLC  36654039; John MacKay Shaw, Childhood in Poetry: A Catalogue, with Biographical and Critical Annotations, of the Books of English and American Poets Comprising the Shaw Childhood in Poetry Collection in the Library of the Florida State University, Vol. 2, 1967, p. 1136.

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