Pilgrim Street., : a story of Manchester life., / by Hesba Stretton [pseud. i.e. Sarah Smith] with three illustrations.
|Additional Title Information:||Adelaide and her children|
|Author:||Stretton, Hesba, 1832-1911.|
|Other Names:||Religious Tract Society (Great Britain) publisher.
William Clowes and Sons, Limited, printer.
Pollard Collection, former owner
|Published:||[London] : The Religious Tract Society, 1886.|
|Physical Description:||192 p. : ill. 14 cm.|
|Notes:||Title: At head of title page: The R.T.S. Library - illustrated.
Printed: London: William Clowes and Sons, Limited.
Author: Hesba Stretton is a pseudonym for Sarah Smith.
Contents: General advertisements on lower cover.
Two poor young brothers struggling to survive in nineteenth-century Manchester, England, begin to see their lives in new perspectives as they learn about God and Jesus Christ.
|Provenance:||From the Pollard Collection of children's books.|
|Subject:||Christian life -- Juvenile fiction.
Brothers -- Juvenile fiction.
Poverty -- Juvenile fiction.
Police -- Juvenile fiction.
Courage -- Juvenile fiction.
Charity -- Juvenile fiction.
|Subject, Place:||Manchester (England) -- Juvenile fiction.|
|Genre:||Juvenile literature -- English -- 19th century|
|Library:||Trinity College Library Dublin|
|Collection:||Pollard Collection - TCD|
|Location:||Early Printed Books Stacks (use call slip)|
|Shelfmark:||OLS POL 3754|