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The British letter-writer : or letter-writer's complete instructor ; containing a course of letters on the most useful, important, instructive, and entertaining subjects, viz. Business, Friendship, Love and Marriage, Wit and Humour, Instruction, Advice, Compliments, Condolance, Religion and Morality, &c. Together with Letters to and from Illustrious Persons, Parents, and Children, Brothers, Sisters, and other Relations, &c. The Whole calculated to enable the Reader to write Letters on every Occasion of Life, without any further Instructions. To which is added, a plain and easy English grammar. And instructions for addressing persons of al ranks either in writing or discourse. Preview this item
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The British letter-writer : or letter-writer's complete instructor ; containing a course of letters on the most useful, important, instructive, and entertaining subjects, viz. Business, Friendship, Love and Marriage, Wit and Humour, Instruction, Advice, Compliments, Condolance, Religion and Morality, &c. Together with Letters to and from Illustrious Persons, Parents, and Children, Brothers, Sisters, and other Relations, &c. The Whole calculated to enable the Reader to write Letters on every Occasion of Life, without any further Instructions. To which is added, a plain and easy English grammar. And instructions for addressing persons of al ranks either in writing or discourse.

Publisher: London : Printed for J. Cooke, at the Shakespear's Head, in Pater-Noster-Row, [1765?]
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
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OCLC Number: 642254851
Description: 1 online resource ([8], 12,172 pages, plate)

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