The Resource The pleasant journey; : and Scenes in town and country., by Thomas Teller

The pleasant journey; : and Scenes in town and country., by Thomas Teller

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The pleasant journey; : and Scenes in town and country.
Title
The pleasant journey;
Title remainder
and Scenes in town and country.
Statement of responsibility
by Thomas Teller
Creator
Contributor
Author
Engraver
Former owner
Illustrator
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
Related
Member of
Action
Catalogued
Biographical or historical data
Sidney Babcock was located at various addresses on Chapel St. between 1841 and 1863.
Cataloging source
BRL
Citation location within source
1901
Citation source
Hamilton, S. Amer. book illustrators (1968 ed.)
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1804-1872
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Teller, Thomas
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
Language note
Text in English
Literary form
fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • 1797?-1884
  • 1775-1870
  • 1813-1891
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  • Babcock, Sidney
  • Purcell, Edward B.
  • Anderson, Alexander
  • Lossing, Benson John
  • Worth, Mary Emily
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  • Children
  • Christian life
  • Work ethic
  • Education
  • Natural history
Target audience
juvenile
Label
The pleasant journey; : and Scenes in town and country., by Thomas Teller
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Publication
Note
  • In stiff-paper wrappers; cover printed in colored ink; cover and title vignettes; series statement ("Teller's tales. New series. Number five.") present on page [1] of wrapper; publishers' advertising matter on page [4] of wrapper
  • Signatures: 1-3́ı
  • Caption title: Happy little Edward
  • Preface, "To my young readers," title page verso, signed by "Thomas Teller" (i.e., George Tuttle), and dated at Roseville Hall, 1845
  • Cover imprint statement varies: "New Haven. Published by S. Babcock. Chapel Street." One copy bears an inscription date of 1850; another copy bears an inscription date of 1848. Another issue bears a printed preface date of 1844
  • Pagination includes [8] leaves of plates
  • Wood-engraved plates signed by "EP" (i.e., illustrator Edward B. Purcell?), and "AA" (i.e., engraver Alexander Anderson). Benson John Lossing engraved the title-page cut
Extent
1 online resource (64 pages
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Jordan Collection) copy bound in green-blue printed pictorial paper wrapper. Spine largely absent, leaving gatherings exposed. Printed on wove papers. Housed in protective archival envelope. Former owner's autograph in pencil script present on front flyleaf recto, and annotation concerning plates in pencil script at head of front flyleaf verso. Booksellers' ink stamp present at tail of title, with date of publication in pencil script partially obscuring stamp.
Other physical details
illustrations (black & white))
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The pleasant journey; : and Scenes in town and country., by Thomas Teller
Link
Publication
Note
  • In stiff-paper wrappers; cover printed in colored ink; cover and title vignettes; series statement ("Teller's tales. New series. Number five.") present on page [1] of wrapper; publishers' advertising matter on page [4] of wrapper
  • Signatures: 1-3́ı
  • Caption title: Happy little Edward
  • Preface, "To my young readers," title page verso, signed by "Thomas Teller" (i.e., George Tuttle), and dated at Roseville Hall, 1845
  • Cover imprint statement varies: "New Haven. Published by S. Babcock. Chapel Street." One copy bears an inscription date of 1850; another copy bears an inscription date of 1848. Another issue bears a printed preface date of 1844
  • Pagination includes [8] leaves of plates
  • Wood-engraved plates signed by "EP" (i.e., illustrator Edward B. Purcell?), and "AA" (i.e., engraver Alexander Anderson). Benson John Lossing engraved the title-page cut
Extent
1 online resource (64 pages
Form of item
online
Note
Boston Public Library (Jordan Collection) copy bound in green-blue printed pictorial paper wrapper. Spine largely absent, leaving gatherings exposed. Printed on wove papers. Housed in protective archival envelope. Former owner's autograph in pencil script present on front flyleaf recto, and annotation concerning plates in pencil script at head of front flyleaf verso. Booksellers' ink stamp present at tail of title, with date of publication in pencil script partially obscuring stamp.
Other physical details
illustrations (black & white))
Specific material designation
remote

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