Tales of instruction: in verse and prose

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CHEAP TRACTS,
Calculated to promote the Interests of Religion,
Virtue, and Humanity.
No. XII.



Tales of Instruction:

In Verſe and Prose.

CONTAINING:

THE
HERMIT,

By Parnel.

CΟΝΤΕΝΤ,
A Viſion,
by Cotton.

The FATHER & JUPITER,
A Fable,
by Gay.

A Parable againſt Persecution
By Franklin.

AND,

The Wisdom of Providence:
An Apologue,
from the German of Gellert

DUNBAR:
Printed by G. Miller:—at whoſe Shop may be had a variety of
Pamphlets, Ballads, Children's Books, Pictures, Catechiſms, &c.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.


This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.