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More nursery rhymes of London town

Eleanor Farjeon

More nursery rhymes of London town

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Published by Duckworth & Co in London .
Written in English


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Statementillustrated by Macdonald Gill.
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Open LibraryOL20238184M


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Reprint. Cover slightly soiled and edgeworn, damage to lower front corner of front and back covers. Spine not creased. Long inked gift inscription to first page. Many dog-eared pages.

Pages clean and tightly bound. Contains Nursery Rhymes of London Town, More nursery rhymes of London town book publishedand More Nursery Rhymes of London Town, first published Additional Physical Format: Online version: Farjeon, Eleanor, More nursery rhymes of London Town.

London: Duckworth, [] (OCoLC) Includes Nursery rhymes of London Town and More nursery rhymes of London Town. Illustrated with colour and black and white drawings by Macdonald Gill. 19 cm. pages VG. Very good condition with light shelf wear and edge wear to. Additional Physical Format: Online version: More nursery rhymes of London town book, Eleanor, Nursery rhymes of London town.

London, Duckworth & Co. [] (OCoLC) No Jacket. Gill, Macdonald (illustrator). 1st edition. Includes Nursery rhymes of London More nursery rhymes of London town book and More nursery rhymes of London Town.

Illustrated with colour and black and white drawings by Macdonald Gill. 19 cm. pages VG. Very good condition with light shelf wear and edge wear to covers, some browning, particularly endpages.

Originally published in 2 separate volumes, Nursery rhymes of London Town (), and More nursery rhymes of London Town () Several of these verses originally appeared in Punch.

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