2 edition of Heaven"s antidote to the curse of labour; or, The temporal advantages of the Sabbath considered in relation to the working classes. found in the catalog.
Heaven"s antidote to the curse of labour; or, The temporal advantages of the Sabbath considered in relation to the working classes.
John Allan Quinton
by Partridge and Oakey, Paternoster Row. David Robertson, Glasgow. in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Under the patronage of Her Majesty the Queen and H.R.H. Prince Albert. Working men"s essays on the Sabbath. - First prize., Working men"s essays on the Sabbath., Heaven"s antidote to the curse of labour., Temporal advantages of the Sabbath considered in relation to the working classes.|
|Statement||By John Allan Quinton. ; With six engravings, by G. Meason, from designs by Gilbert..|
|Contributions||Robertson, David, publisher., Measom, George S., wood-engraver., Gilbert, John, Sir, 1817-1897, ill., Partridge and Oakey, George Woodfall and Son|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, , 141, p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||141|
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