Personal recollections; by Charlotte Elizabeth; abridged, chiefly in parts pertaining to political and other controversies prevalent at the time in Great Britain
New York: American Tract Society, ca. 1850. Hardcover. 248p., 6.1 x 4 inch dark cloth boards extensively decorated in blind and gilt. An eighth-inch strip of cloth is torn away at top of spine, otherwise foxed and mildly dim and edgeworn.
Comparison with an unabridged version shows about a third of the text excised. Published postumously; a brief biographical note suggests C.E.T. died of breast cancer.
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