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The newest keepsake for 1840 : containing the best account of the march of mind, together with the speeches, circumstances, and doings of the Trundle-bed Convention in session at the Marlboro Chapel, January 8, 1840.

By 1797-1868. R. E. (Richard Ely) Selden


A satire by R.E. Selden, published anonymously, as was his The newest keep-sake for eighteen hundred thirty-nine.NUC pre-1956Wright, L.H. Amer. fiction, 1774-1850 (2nd ed.),Mode of access: Internet

Topics: American wit and humor.
Publisher: Norw[i]ch [Conn.] : M.B. Young,
Year: 1840
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