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Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Individual Item Contents: WPRP 330

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Author

More, Hannah, 1745-1833, More, Sarah, ca. 1743-1817, and others. Edited by Hannah More.

Title

Cheap repository.

Imprint

London: Sold by J. Marshall, (printer to the Cheap Repository for moral and religious tracts),…Bath: by S. Hazard and by all booksellers, newsmen, and hawkers in town and country…, [1796?]..

Call number

WPRP 330

Physical Description

1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 18 cm

Citation

Title listed in Jackson, Romantic Poetry by Women, p. 237; this edition also held at the University of Chicago, Clarke Historical Library, and McMaster University.

Notes

Originally issued in monthly installments. A collection of Cheap Repository tracts from 1795 to 1796, issued originally in monthly installments. Tracts signed with Z are Hannah More, those signed S are her sister Sarah More. Each tract has separate title page with separate pagination.

Epigraph

None.

Contents

The Parable of the Laborers in the Vineyard.

Daniel in the Den of Lions.

The Harvest Home.

Husbandry Moralized; Or, Pleasant Sunday Reading For a Farmer's Kitchen. Part I.

The Good Mother's Legacy.

The Two Wealthy Farmers, Or, the History of Mr. Bragwell. Part I.

The Two Wealthy Farmers, Or, the History of Mr. Bragwell. Part II.

The History of Tom White, the Postilion.

The Way to Plenty: or, the Second Part of Tom White.

The Two Shoemakers.

Noah's Flood.

Murders. True Examples of the Interposition of Providence, in the Discovery and Punishment of Murder.

The Happy Waterman.

The Lancashire Collier Girl. A True Story.

Babay. A True Story of a good Negro Woman.

Hints to all Ranks of People On the Occasion of the present Scarcity.

The Two Soldiers.

The Sorrows of Yamba; or, the Negro Woman's Lamentation.

The Shepherd of Salisbury-Plain.

The Shepherd of Salisbury-Plain. Part II.

The Cock-Fighter. A True History.

On the Religious Advantages of the present Inhabitants of Great Britain.

A New History of a True Book In Verse.

Divine Songs Attempted in easy Language for the use of Children by I. Watts, D.D. To which are added, Prayers for Children.

Almighty God, thy piercing eye

9

Angels that high in glory dwell

17

And now another day is gone

21

Abroad in the meadows to see the young lambs

26

Blest be the wisdom and the pow'r

4

Be you to others kind and true

23

Come, children, 'tis Jesus that calls

34

Great God, to thee my voice I raise

6

Give to the Father praise

25

Great God with wonder and praise

8

Grant that the words I've this day heard

34

How glorious is our heav'nly King

3

Happy the child whose youngest years

11

How doth the little busy bee

17

Hosanna to king David's Son

24

Hosanna to the Prince of Grace

24

Hosanna to the Son

24

How fair is the rose? what a beautiful flower

27

How fine has the day been, how bright was the sun

30

Hush, my dear, lie still and slumber

31

I sing the almighty power of God

3

Lord, I ascribe it to thy grace

7

Let dogs delight to bark and bite

14

Let children that would fear the Lord

20

Lord, how delightful 'tis to see

22

Love God with all your soul and strength

23

My God who makes the Sun to know

21

Now let the Father and the Son

25

O, 'tis a lovely thing for youth

14

Our tongues were made to bless the Lord

16

The praises of my tongue

8

There is a God that reigns above

10

There is beyond the sky

11

This is the day when Christ arose

22

Thou shalt have no more Gods but me

23

To God the Father, God the Son

25

'Tis the voice of the sluggard, &c,

25

These emmets how little they are in our eyes

28

Tho' I am now in younger days

29

When'er I take my walks abroad

5

Why should I say 'tis yet too soon

12

What blest examples do I find

13

Whatever brawls disturb the street

15

Why should I join with those in play

18

Why should our garments made to hide

19

Why should I love my sport so well

20

With all thy soul love God above

23

Why should I deprive my neighbor

27