AN ABRIDGEMENT OF ENGLISH HISTORY, from the Conquest to the present Reign. For the Juvenile; or, Child’s Library.
London: Two volumes. Volume I: 71 pages. Volume II: 72 pages. Each illustrated with numerous wood-engravings throughout. Each bound in paper-covered boards with shaped printed paper labels to upper and lower boards. An excellent set. The Juvenile; or Child’s Library was a boxed library issued by John Marshall in 1800. It was comprised of 19 volumes plus a memorandum book, and was housed in wooden box designed to look like a bookcase. However, each of the titles could be purchased individually.