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Flowers for children. Part II, For children from four to six years old

Flowers for children. Part II, For children from four to six years old

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Printer named on verso of t.p.
Publisher's advertisements on p. [ii] and p. [179]-[190].
Last leaf blank.
In original publisher's binding: brown cloth over boards, blind stamped with a geometrical design and the series title.
Haviland, V. Yankee Doodle's literary sampler, p. 164-167
Includes The New-England boy's song about Thanksgiving Day, p. [25]-[28], also known as "Boy's Thanksgiving Day," and "Over the river and through the woods."
LC copy is a copyright deposit: Deposited in the clerk's office for the southern district of New York, Dec. 28, 1844.

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