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The history of Tommy Two-Shoes, own brother to Mrs. Margery Two-Shoes

Elliott, Mary

The history of Tommy Two-Shoes, own brother to Mrs. Margery Two-Shoes

by Elliott, Mary

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Published by Printed at Hosmer & Goodwin in Litchfield [Conn.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15245.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination30 p.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15626737M


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Margery Two-Shoes. Contributor Names Elliott, Mary, approximately Margery poor Mother survived the Loss of her Husband but a few Days, and died of a broken Heart, leaving Margery and her little Brother to the wide World; but, poor Woman, it would have melted your Heart to have seen how frequently she heaved up her Head, while she lay speechless, to survey with languishing Looks her little Orphans, as mush as.

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Premise/plot: Margery Meanwell and her brother, Tommy, are ophans. These two are pitied by a rich friend passing through town/5(35). This being known to Sir William Dove, he asked Mrs. Williams to examine Goody Two Shoes and see if she was not clever enough for the office.

This was done, and Mrs. Williams reported that little Margery was the best scholar, and had the best heart of. Goody Two Shoes by Anonymous.

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Condition: New. The History of Goody Two-Shoes; Otherwise Called Mrs. Margery Two Shoes. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller In the first Part of this Work, the young Student has read, and I hope with Pleasure and Improvement, the History of this Lady, while she was known and distinguished by the Name of Little Two-Shoes; we are now come to a Period of her Life when that Name was discarded, and a more eminent one bestowed upon her, I mean that of Mrs.

Margery Two.