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Legh Richmond (1772–1827) was a Church of England clergyman and writer. He is noted for tracts, narratives of conversion that innovated in the relation of stories of the poor and female subjects, and which were subsequently much imitated. He was also known for an influential collection of letters to his children, powerfully stating an evangelical attitude to childhood of the period, and by misprision sometimes taken as models for parental conversation and family life, for example by novelists, against Richmond's practice.

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by Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827
New-York: : Published by Whiting and Watson. Sold by D. Whiting, Troy, and Camp, Merrill [i.e., Merrell], and Camp, Utica., 1815
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by Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827
[Philadelphia] : The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia, 1816
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by Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827
London ; New York : Frederick Warne & Co., [between 1828 and 1848]
 
 
by Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827
Andover [Mass.] : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould, 1819
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