Cover image for The children in the wood restored, by Honestas, the hermit of the forest; or Perfidy detected. : They were supposed to have been either murdered or starved to death, by order of their inhuman uncle; --being the sequel to The history of the children in the wood.
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The children in the wood restored, by Honestas, the hermit of the forest; or Perfidy detected. : They were supposed to have been either murdered or starved to death, by order of their inhuman uncle; --being the sequel to The history of the children in the wood.
Author:
Johnson, R. (Richard), 1733 or 1734-1793.
Publication Information:
Banbury: : Printed by J.G. Rusher., [1840??]
Physical Description:
1 folded sheet (16 pages) : illustrations (wood engravings) ; 10 x 6.7 cm
General Note:
A variation, in prose, of the story contained in the ballad The children in the wood. Published also under titles: The hermit of the forest, and the wandering infants; and Perfidy detected! or, The children in the wood restored.

For remarks on dating, etc. see Brown University collection record under title "Chapbooks published by J.G. Rusher of Banbury, England". Osborne Coll. suggests ca. 1814, British Museum "1820?".

Includes 11 wood engravings, of which four (three specific to the story and one of a tree being felled) are also used in The interesting story of the children in the wood, in the same J.G. Rusher chapbook series.
Language:
English
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Added Uniform Title:
Children in the wood (Ballad)
Added Title:
Hermit of the forest and the wandering infants.
Format :
Book

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