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Title
The prodigal daughter, or, A strange and wonderful relation : shewing how a gentleman of great estate in Bristol, had a proud and disobedient daughter, who, because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the devil to poison them, how an angel informed her parents of her design, how she lay in a trance four days, and when she was put in the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world.
Other Title
Prodigal daughter
Strange and wonderful relation
Contributor Names
American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
Hartford : Printed for the travelling booksellers, 1799.
Subject Headings
-  Chapbooks--Specimens
Genre
Juvenile literature--1799
Notes
-  Signatures: [A]⁶.
-  Evans 36166
-  Haviland, V. Yankee Doodle's literary sampler, p. 13-14
-  Welch, D.A. Amer. children's books, 1068.14
-  ESTC W26926
Medium
12 p. ; 18 cm. (12mo)
Call Number/Physical Location
PS475 .P7 1799
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/AmericanImprints.10391.1
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/AmericanImprints.10391.2
Library of Congress Control Number
24010391
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Signatures: [A]⁶. Evans 36166 Haviland, V. Yankee Doodle's literary sampler, p. 13-14 Welch, D.A. Amer. children's books, 1068.14 ESTC W26926
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Chicago citation style:

American Imprint Collection. The prodigal daughter, or, A strange and wonderful relation: shewing how a gentleman of great estate in Bristol, had a proud and disobedient daughter, who, because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the devil to poison them, how an angel informed her parents of her design, how she lay in a trance four days, and when she was put in the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world. Hartford: Printed for the travelling booksellers, 1799. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/24010391/. (Accessed June 25, 2017.)

APA citation style:

American Imprint Collection. (1799) The prodigal daughter, or, A strange and wonderful relation: shewing how a gentleman of great estate in Bristol, had a proud and disobedient daughter, who, because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the devil to poison them, how an angel informed her parents of her design, how she lay in a trance four days, and when she was put in the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world. Hartford: Printed for the travelling booksellers. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/24010391/.

MLA citation style:

American Imprint Collection. The prodigal daughter, or, A strange and wonderful relation: shewing how a gentleman of great estate in Bristol, had a proud and disobedient daughter, who, because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the devil to poison them, how an angel informed her parents of her design, how she lay in a trance four days, and when she was put in the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world. Hartford: Printed for the travelling booksellers, 1799. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/24010391/>.