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Text: ‘Jim's Wife’, The Gordon League ballads (London: Skeffington & Son, 1897)

Type of text
compilation
Publication
London, England: , 1897
Contributor

author: JIM'S WIFE  [pseudonym of JACKSON, Mrs Clement Nugent  (1858-1935)]

Main language(s)
English
Retail price at publication
1s. 11d.
Contents

Jim's Wife, Me and Jim: or, our first quarrel, pp. 1-9

Jim's Wife, Out of work, pp. 11-23

Jim's Wife, The doctor's fee, pp. 25-32

Jim's Wife, The big arm chair, pp. 33-41

Jim's Wife, Timothy Crab, pp. 43-60

Jim's Wife, Mother, pp. 61-68

Jim's Wife, A day too late, pp. 79-84

Jim's Wife, That fellow Jones: a ballad for Christmas, pp. 85-94

Jim's Wife, Lissy: or, the Guild of Poor Things, pp. 95-104

Jim's Wife, Sally: or, how Charlie Dunn's innocence was established, pp. 105-116

Jim's Wife, The story of a crime, pp. 117-128

Jim's Wife, How Harry won his wife, pp. 151-155

Jim's Wife, His luck, pp. 159-

Related text

continued by: ‘Jim's Wife’, The Gordon League ballads: dramatic stories in verse. Series II (London: Skeffington & Son, 1903)

Lucerna ID 4002885

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