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Object: What a pity it is say I, that she has paid so much for a Whistle
Object: The Works of Dr Franklin, with his Life, Written by Himself
Title-page and frontispiece, printed from a single plate.
frontispiece to left: a gentleman sitting to right in front of a window, arms and legs crossed, looking disgruntled, with a young woman leaning against the back of his chair, looking at him.
titlepage to right: with a vignette of four children, one blowing a whistle, two others to left and a fourth to right, pointing at him, with a shrouded figure approaching through the door behind. 1819
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Height: 131 millimetres
Width: 157 millimetres
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Associated Title: Collected Works and Autobiography
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