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Royal Children of English History
From Alfred the Great to Edward Seventh
Told for boys and girls
A True and Instructive Story of England’s Royal Princes Who Became Famous. A History of Nearly One Thousand Years. Edited and Arranged From the Writings of Charles Dickens and Others by
Author of “Child’s Story of Nineteenth Century,” “Young People’s History of World,” and Many Other Books for Young People.
With Nearly One Hundred Pictures, including Beautiful Colored Lithographs, Half Tones and Special Artist’s Drawings.
You have to wonder about an American author writing a history book about England, referring to “Edward Seventh” (it’s usually Edward the Seventh), using Charles Dickens as his primary cited source, and author of the somewhat ungrammatical “Young People’s History of World.”