Title The brothers; or, Consequences. A story of what happens every day. With a short account of saving banks, and other essays, upon various subjects.
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Publication Place Dublin
Publisher Printed by William Espy
Physical Description 173, [1]
Illustrations Yes
Frontispiece Yes
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Worldcat Url http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/723252894
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Genre Novels
Transcription No
Physical Locations University of Washington Libraries
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Notes "Contents: The brothers, &c. -- A short essay on saving banks. -- Advice to a young tradesman [by B. Franklin]. -- Necesary hints to those that would be rich [by B. Franklin]. -- The way to make money plenty in every man's pocket [by B. Franklin]. -- Preliminary addresses to he Pennsylvania almanack, entitled 'Poor Richard's almanac,' for the year 1758, written by Dr. Franklin. -- Remarks concerning the savages of North America [by B. Franklin]. -- The art of procuring pleasant dreams [by B. Franklin]. -- The handsome and deformed leg [by B. Franklin]. -- The whistle, a true story [by B. Franklin]" (Worldcat). Woodcuts on pg. 2, 16, 38, 53, 88.
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