The autobiography of John Brown the cordwainer; with his sayings and doings in town and country: shewing what part he took in the spread of church principles among the working classes. Edited by a clerical friend
A. R. Mowbray; London, J. Masters & Sons, Simpkin, Marshall & Co.
iv, 268, l
illus., plates, music
Other editions: 2d ed. 1868 NN, UPB; 3d ed. 1868 CoU, UPB; 4th ed. 1871 UPB
Mr. Brown continues the adventures of his friend Jaques, how he went off to the Great Salt Lake, what happened to him there, and what brought him back a wiser and a better man, p. 127, 142–50