[Cambridge and Boston]: Printed for the Trustees of the Publishing Fund, by Hilliard and Metcalf / Sold by Cummings, Hillard & Co., 1824. First Edition. 12mo (17.5cm.); removed; 24pp. Light wear, tiny hole to title page (serving as upper cover) not approaching text, else Very Good or better. A short parable on the havoc just one small lie can wreak, concluding with young Lewis, the boy under suspicion for stealing a used pen knife, shunning all wrongs, "even though it might be a very little fault...lest he should again be a /suspected boy/" (p. 24). SHOEMAKER 18130.