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Todd, John. The mountain cottage. Pittsfield, MA: E.P. Little, 1844. 24mo (10.9 cm, 4.29"). 35,  pp. $100.00
Uncommon Massachusetts printing, labelled "Sabbath School Series, No. 1": the story of a Scottish family settled in New England, and how they found religion. The Rev. Dr. Todd (1800–73) was a Vermont-born, Yale-educated minister and a prolific author of works for children. A search of WorldCat finds => only seven U.S. institutions reporting holdings of this early edition, possibly the first stand-alone; the popular work appeared several times in collections, including the 1842 Works of the Reverend John Todd.
Provenance: From the children's book collection of Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
American Imprints 44-6147. Publisher's rose-colored cloth, covers framed in blind, front cover with gilt-stamped title; cloth faded and dust-soiled, endpapers darkened, back fly-leaf with later pencilled notations. Pages age-toned with a few spots of foxing, one corner creased, faint traces of early pencilled gift inscription visible on title-page. => A solid, unmarked copy of an uncommon and interesting item. (41556) Please RESHELVE This.
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