The Prodigal Son, A Poem

The Prodigal Son, A Poem

Or, A Dialogue Between An Extravagant Youth, His Father, Fancy, (the Youth's Companion) and An Elder Brother. In Imitiation of the Parable of the Prodigal in the 15th Chap. of St. Luke. Address'd to Parents and Children. By Joseph Flower, Butcher, of Chilcompton

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Publisher: Bath : printed by W. Gye, for T. Mills, bookseller, in Wine-Street, Bristol, and Sold at his Shop; also by S. Hazard, and W. Gye in Bath; Chirm, Aldersgate-Bars, London; Evil at Wells; Cary at Shepton-Mallet; and the news-carriers, [1785?]
Edition: The second edition with additions
Characteristics: 32p. ; 80

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