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Records of William Nicholson and Sons, publishers of Wakefield and London

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Covering dates 19th century
Held by John Goodchild Collection
Extent 13 volumes
Creators Goodchild, John, fl 20th century, historian

This collection comprises
W Milner, Halifax
W Nicholson, "A book that will Suit You" 1851.
William Nicholson and Sons, Wakefield
"History of Jack and his Eleven Brothers" nd; "Hoppus's Practical Measurer" nd; J H Leslie and W A Ogden, "Silver Bells: a collection of new music" 1878.
William Nicholson and Sons, Wakefield and London
Reverend J H Ingraham, "The Pillar of Fire, or Israel in Bondage" nd; Charles Kingsley, "Alton Locke, Tailor and Poet" nd; Samuel Lover, "Handy Andy" nd; William Nicholson, "The Bible Explainer" nd; Augusta J Evans Wilson, "St Elmo or Saved at Last" nd; Mrs Julia McNair Wright, "A Strange Sea-story" nd.
William Nicholson and Sons Ltd, Wakefield and London
Bertha M Clay, "Another Man's Wife" 1900; Samuel Warren, "Passages from the Diary of a late Physician" nd.
William Nicholson and Sons Ltd, London
John Hartley, "Seats I' Yorkshire and Lancashire" nd.

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