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A new academy of compliments : or, the lover's secretary: being wit and mirth improved, by the most elegant expressions used in the art of courtship, In divers Examples of Writing or Inditing Letters, relating either to Love or Business. Also, The Silent Language ; or, a compleat Rule for discoursing by Motion of the Hands, without being understood by the Company. Together with Instructions for writing Figure-Hand, Bills of Exchange, Receipts, Casting Accompts, &c. The Signification of Moles, and the Interpretation Dreams. A never-failing Method for Women to get good Husbands. Likewise, A pleasant Dialogue between six Merry Gossips, paying a Visit to a Lying-in Woman. To which is added, a choice collection of above one hundred and twenty love songs, Merry Catches, and Jovial Healths, being the newest now extant: with plain Instructions for Dancing. Preview this item
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A new academy of compliments : or, the lover's secretary: being wit and mirth improved, by the most elegant expressions used in the art of courtship, In divers Examples of Writing or Inditing Letters, relating either to Love or Business. Also, The Silent Language ; or, a compleat Rule for discoursing by Motion of the Hands, without being understood by the Company. Together with Instructions for writing Figure-Hand, Bills of Exchange, Receipts, Casting Accompts, &c. The Signification of Moles, and the Interpretation Dreams. A never-failing Method for Women to get good Husbands. Likewise, A pleasant Dialogue between six Merry Gossips, paying a Visit to a Lying-in Woman. To which is added, a choice collection of above one hundred and twenty love songs, Merry Catches, and Jovial Healths, being the newest now extant: with plain Instructions for Dancing.

Publisher: London : Printed for J. Bew, at No. 28, in Paternoster-Row, 1784.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : The seventeenth ed., with additionsView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Miscellanea
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
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OCLC Number: 745233809
Description: 1 online resource (156 pages) : illustrations
Other Titles: New academy of complements

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