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The World turned upside down, or, No news, and strange news.

The World turned upside down, or, No news, and strange news.

 
 
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Frontispiece and last leaf are pasted on inside of covers.
"Penny books printed and sold by J. Kendrew, Colliergate, York"--P. [4] of cover.
Muir, P. H. Children's books of yesterday, 738
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

Children's book, 30 pages, illustrated throughout with playful woodcuts that decorate each page, depicting bizarre scenes, such as the devil hugging a witch, a tailor riding a goose, and a monkey shaving a goat. Each is accompanied by rhyming verses lending whimsical commentary. Printed by J Kendrew in 1820

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01/01/1820
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