Fanny Dale: or, a year after marriage. Arthur, imothy, hay.
Fanny Dale: or, a year after marriage

Fanny Dale: or, a year after marriage

Philadelphia: J. J. L. Gihon, [1850]. 12mo, pp. [2], 3-130, 12 ads; wood-engraved frontispiece; original blind-stamped brown cloth; gilt spine lettering and decoration; spine extremities chipped; corners bumped; lightly foxed; front free endpaper excised; otherwise very good. Pencil inscription on front endpaper of "Mrs. A. Geweye / Spraker's Basin 1863." Timothy Shay Arthur was a prolific author and publisher (Wright attributing over 75 titles to his credit), best known for his didactic, moralistic and simple stories. He was closely associated with the Temperance movement, having written the influential Ten Nights in a Bar-room and What I Saw There, which was adapted into a popular play. Wright I, 79. Item #57635

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