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Poor Lizzie Lee another victim of the notorious Madame La Farge. A full history of how a beautiful New York heiress was induced to elope with her father's coachman through the efforts of the notorious Madame La Farge. How she was driven forth by her father, deserted by her brutal husband, and finally taken with her child to the almshouse, after a long struggle with poverty and sickness. The most touching, heart-rending narrative ever published. Edited by Wesley Bradshaw.

Bradshaw, Wesley [pseud. of Charles Wesley Alexander].

Published by Old Franklin Publishing House (copyright 1872), Philadelphia, 1872
From SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) (Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.)

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First edition. 8vo. 30, [2] pp. (lacks pp. 7?10); 2 plts. (included in pagination). Wright, II, 50. Incomplete. In original pictorial wrappers, with some soiling and shallow chipping; front cover detached, with tear extending into illustration without loss. Ink numeral and a couple of notations in pencil on the front cover. Rubber-stamped by a now-defunct library including on title-page. Lacks pp. 7?10 (perhaps two pages of text and one plate). Bookseller Inventory # 19623

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Title: Poor Lizzie Lee another victim of the ...

Publisher: Old Franklin Publishing House (copyright 1872), Philadelphia

Publication Date: 1872

Edition: 1st Edition

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