The new West-Country garland. [electronic resource] : In five parts. Being a remarkable Account of a young Orphan's Ramble into a Foreign Country, occasioned by her Uncle's striking her when she came to Visit him, also, the many Difficulties the Uncle underwent 'till she was found, he being suspected of murdering her; together with several other Things as well entertaining as they are true.
- Glocester : printed and sold by S. Harward, Book, Map, and Printseller, No. 20, Westgate-Street, Glocester, sold also at his Shops in Tewkesbury and Cheltenham, where may be had all Sorts of New and Old Songs, Penny Histories, Maps, and Prints; also sells. Violins, German and English Flutes, Instructions to Music, best Roman Strings, ruled Books and Paper. Likewise Water Colours prepar'd in Shells, Camel Hair Pencils, India Ink, &c. &c, [1780?]
8p. ; 12⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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