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1. Title: The museum. / By Charlotte Elizabeth.
Author: Charlotte Elizabeth, 1790-1846.
Publisher: Dublin : P. Dixon Hardy and Company R. Groombridge London, 1841.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
2. Title: Hannah More's tracts. Part V.
Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Publisher: Dublin : Milliken and Son,London: B. Fellowes, 1835.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
3. Title: Tracts by Mrs. Hannah More. / edited by the Association for Discoutenancing Vice, & c.
Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Publisher: Dublin : Milliken and Son, 1835.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
4. Title: Jack Brown in prison, or, The pitcher never goes so often to the well but it is broke at last : being the fourth part of the history of the two shoe-makers : to which is added, Turn the carpet, or, The two weavers, a new song.
Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Publisher: Dublin : Sold by William Watson, No. 7, Capel-Street, printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious & Moral Tracts : and by the booksellers, chapmen and hawkers, in town and country, [ca. 1820?]
Library: National Library of Ireland
5. Title: Jack Brown in prison, or, The pitcher never goes so often to the well but it is broke at last : being the fourth part of the history of the two shoe-makers : to which is added, Turn the carpet, or, The two weavers, a new song.
Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Publisher: Dublin : Sold by William Watson, No. 7, Capel-Street, printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious & Moral Tracts : and by the booksellers, chapmen and hawkers, in town and country, [ca. 1820?]
Library: National Library of Ireland
6. Title: Parley the porter : an allegory : shewing how robbers without can never get into a house unless there are traitors within.
Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Publisher: Dublin : Sold by Ann Watson ... Printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts, and by the booksellers, chapmen and hawkers, in town and country, [1820?]
Library: National Library of Ireland
7. Title: The gamester : to which is added The story of sinful Sally, told by herself.
Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Publisher: Dublin : sold by Anne Watson, Capel-Street, printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts and by the booksellers, chapmen and hawkers, in town and country, 1820.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
8. Title: Sunday reading. On carrying religion into the common business of life. A dialogue between James Stock and Will. Simpson, the shoemakers, as they sat at work; to which is added , the hackney coachman
Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Publisher: Dublin: printed Ann Watson, Capel Street, printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts; and by the booksellers, chapmen and hawkers, in town and country, [1820s]
Library: Dublin City Library & Archive
9. Title: Jack Brown in prison; or, The pitcher never goes so often to the well but it is broke at last. Being the fourth part of the History of the two shoe-makers. To which is added, Turn the carpet: or, The two weavers, a new song.
Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Publisher: Dublin : sold by Ann Watson, Capel-Street, printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts, and by the booksellers, chapmen, and hawkers in town and country, [after 1818?].
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
10. Title: Sunday reading. On carrying religion into the common business of life : A dialogue between James Stock and Will. Simpson, the shoemakers, as they sat at work; to which is added, The hackney coachman.
Author: More, Hannah, 1745-1833.
Publisher: Dublin : printed for Ann Watson, Capel-Street, printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts; and by the booksellers, chapmen and hawkers, in town and country, [after 1818?].
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin