JEMIMA PLACID; or, the Advantage of Good-nature, Exemplified in a Variety of Familiar Incidents. Third edition.
London: John Marshall & Co. N. 4, Aldermary Church Yard…. And No 17 Queen Street…, No date [Circa 1789]. (Price 6d in Gilt Paper - 9d Bound in Red.) 91 pages of text. Ad's as rear pastedown. Illustrated with a wood-engraved frontispiece, and numerous wood-engravings in the text. Original Dutch flower paper-covered boards. Spine expertly restored; ownership inscription: ‘Catherine Jeffreys. The gift of her Father 3. May 1797,’ on front pastedown; small piece missing from the blank margin of the last leaf. A very good copy. Mary Ann Kilner [nee Maze] was the sister-in-law of Dorothy Kilner, author of many 18th century children's Books. This printing has the uncorrected word ‘left’ for ‘let’ as the first word after the illustration on page 66.