THE HISTORY OF MARY, THE MAID OF THE INN; a melancholy and affecting narrative: detailing her unfortunate attachment, her singular Courage, and showing the miraculous manner in which she discovers her lover to be both a robber and a murderer: with an account of his trial and execution; and also describing the forlorn wanderings of the unfortunate Mary, who became a wretched maniac, and was found frozen to death on her mother’s grave. From the celebrated poem, by Robert Southey, which is here also added.
Derby: Thomas Richardson, No date [circa 1830’s]. 24 pages. Folding hand-coloured frontispiece. Original printed green wrappers. 183 x 111 mm. Spine repaired; small library stamp to the recto of the frontispiece; else a very good, clean copy.
Book ID: 15617
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