5 edition of The tail (tale) of a shark, or, The wailing (whaling) experiences of Sally Simpkins found in the catalog.
The tail (tale) of a shark, or, The wailing (whaling) experiences of Sally Simpkins
by R.M. De Witt in New York
|Other titles||The wailing (whaling) experiences of Sally Simpkins., The tail of a shark., The wailing experiences of Sally Simpkins.|
|Statement||words written by the celebrated Tom Hood ; the introduction and music arranged, re-written, and adapted from that of Tom Cooke, by Alfred B. Sedgwick.|
|Series||De Witt"s acting plays -- no. 232., English and American drama of the nineteenth century|
|Contributions||Sedgwick, Alfred B., Cooke, T. 1782-1848.|
|The Physical Object|
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