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Kendall, Edward Augustus, 1776?-1842
Adventures of Musul : Or, the three gifts
Alternate Title Adventures of Musul
Three gifts
London : Printed by J. Bonsor, Salisbury Square : For Vernor and Hood, Poultry : And E. Newbery, St. Paul's Church Yard, 1800
Location Call Number Status
 Closed Juvenile Historic/Ask staff  jPN .Kend3 A38 1800    AVAILABLE
May G. Quigley Collection Bookplate
Subject(s) Children's stories -- Juvenile fiction
Young men -- Juvenile fiction
Inheritance and succession -- Juvenile fiction
Fathers and sons -- Juvenile fiction
Jinn -- Juvenile fiction
Subject Iran -- Juvenile fiction
Subject(s) Allegories -- Juvenile fiction
Physical Description 175 p. : ill. ; 14 cm
Note Attributed to Kendall. Cf. S. Roscoe, John Newbery, p. 157
Library's copy lacks title page and lacks pages 169-175
Library's copy missing last chapter, "The sweet briar, an apologue."
Summary Seven stories and a poem, including the fairy tale "The prince who had a long nose" from Madame Le Prince de Beaumont's Young misses magazine
Contents Adventures of Musul; or, The three gifts -- Colin and his dog, a poem -- Archigallo and Elidurus -- Generosity -- The prince that had a long nose -- Conclusion of the story of Archigallo and Elidurus -- The lessons of adversity -- The sweet briar, an apologue
Series May G. Quigley collection
Alternate Author Bonsor, Joseph, d. 1835, printer
Newbery, E. (Elizabeth), 1746-1821, bookseller
Vernor and Hood, bookseller

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