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The instructive letter-writer : and entertaining companion: containing letters on the most interesting subjects, in an elegant and easy style ; Wherein a peculiar Regard has been had to select those, Only, which are best adapted to inspire Noble and Manly Sentiments, and promote a Rational and Virtuous Conduct ; Most of them being wrote by the following Royal and eminent Personages, and the best Authers, Antient and Modern, viz. Cicero, Brutus, Trajan, Pliny, Plutarch, Q. Ann Boleyn, K. Edward VI. K. Charles I. and His Queen, Queen Ann, Prince George of Denmark, Empress of Russia, Sir W. Raleigh, Duke & Dutchess of Marlbro', Mar. of Granby, Abp, Tillotson, Locke, Molyneux, Addison, Steele, Pope, Gay, Bishop Atterbury, Mr. & Mrs. Rowe, Dr. Blackwell, Richardson, Coleman, Murphy, &c. with forms of messages for cards. To which are prefix'd instructions for writing letters with elegance and propriety ; Directions how to address Persons of all Ranks ; a plain and concise Grammar of the English Tongue ; and some necessary Orthographical Directions. Preview this item
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The instructive letter-writer : and entertaining companion: containing letters on the most interesting subjects, in an elegant and easy style ; Wherein a peculiar Regard has been had to select those, Only, which are best adapted to inspire Noble and Manly Sentiments, and promote a Rational and Virtuous Conduct ; Most of them being wrote by the following Royal and eminent Personages, and the best Authers, Antient and Modern, viz. Cicero, Brutus, Trajan, Pliny, Plutarch, Q. Ann Boleyn, K. Edward VI. K. Charles I. and His Queen, Queen Ann, Prince George of Denmark, Empress of Russia, Sir W. Raleigh, Duke & Dutchess of Marlbro', Mar. of Granby, Abp, Tillotson, Locke, Molyneux, Addison, Steele, Pope, Gay, Bishop Atterbury, Mr. & Mrs. Rowe, Dr. Blackwell, Richardson, Coleman, Murphy, &c. with forms of messages for cards. To which are prefix'd instructions for writing letters with elegance and propriety ; Directions how to address Persons of all Ranks ; a plain and concise Grammar of the English Tongue ; and some necessary Orthographical Directions.

Author: George Seymour
Publisher: London : Printed for W. Nicoll, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1765.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : The 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
Letters
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: George Seymour
OCLC Number: 642254194
Description: 1 online resource (252 pages)

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