Arthur Monteith : a moral tale, founded on an historical fact, and calculated to improve the minds of young people : being a continuation of the "Scottish orphans" : to which is added, The young West Indian / by Mrs. Blackford, author of the "Eskdale herd-boy," "Annals of the family of M'Roy," &c

Author(s): Blackford, Mrs. (Martha), d. 1846
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Subjects: Children--Conduct of life--Juvenile fiction
Conduct of life--Juvenile fiction
Orphans--Juvenile fiction
Inheritance and succession--Juvenile fiction
Brothers and sisters--Juvenile fiction
Adventure stories
Diligence--Juvenile fiction
Voyages and travels--Juvenile fiction
Soldiers--Juvenile fiction
Battles--Juvenile fiction
Uncles--Juvenile fiction
Jacobite Rebellion, 1745-1746--Juvenile fiction
Women authors
Scotland--History--18th century--Juvenile fiction
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Juvenile
Edition: 2nd Am. Ed
Published: New York : William Burgess, 1828 ([New York] : Vanderpool & Cole)
LC Classification: P, PR
Physical Description: 144 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 15 cm
Added Titles: Blackford, Mrs. (Martha), d. 1846 Scottish orphans
Additional Authors: Publisher : Burgess, William, 1803 or 4-1832
Printer : Vanderpool & Cole
Notes: LCCN: 2008570767
Mrs. Blackford is the pseudonym of Lady Isabella Stoddart
Printer named on verso of title page
"Books for youth published by William Burgess, Jun."--P. [4] of cover
References: Shoemaker 35414
OCLC Number: 191251215