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The progress of dulness. Part third, and last: sometimes called, The progress of coquetry, or The adventures of Miss Harriet Simper, of the colony of Connecticut. : Containing advice of the ladies to Harriet's mother concerning education. Address to parents, Harriet's studies, skill in fashions, scandal and romances ; with the consequent occurrences of her life by way of illustration of the moral of the work. : For the use of the ladies and their parents. : [Two lines in Latin from Virgil]. Preview this item
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The progress of dulness. Part third, and last: sometimes called, The progress of coquetry, or The adventures of Miss Harriet Simper, of the colony of Connecticut. : Containing advice of the ladies to Harriet's mother concerning education. Address to parents, Harriet's studies, skill in fashions, scandal and romances ; with the consequent occurrences of her life by way of illustration of the moral of the work. : For the use of the ladies and their parents. : [Two lines in Latin from Virgil].

Author: John Trumbull
Publisher: New-Haven : Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green, near the college, 1773.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Anecdotes
Poems
Satires
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Trumbull
OCLC Number: 62821429
Notes: In verse.
Attributed to John Trumbull in BAL.
With a half-title.
Errata slip mounted on p. viii.
Description: 1 online resource (viii, [1], 10-28 pages)
Other Titles: Progress of dulness. Part third, and last.

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