Cover title: No. I. of The substitute, containing The peacock at home. Being a sequel to "The butterfly's ball" written by a lady. To which is added The butterfly's ball. New-York: Published by David Longworth. 1808.
Attributed by Welch to Catherine Ann Turner Dorset. The butterfly's ball was written by William Roscoe.
Wood-engraved plates signed: A.A. [i.e., Alexander Anderson].
"The butterfly's ball, and the grasshopper's feast."--p. -20, in verse. By William Roscoe.
Shaw & Shoemaker 14885
Welch, d'A.A. Amer. children's books, 296.1
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