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Cover image for Every man his own letter-writer [electronic resource] : or, the new and complete art of letter-writing made plain and familiar to every capacity. Containing a collection of upwards of two hundred original letters, On the most interesting, important, and instructive Subjects, and adapted for general Use and Benefit, by directing every Person to indite Letters, without any other Assistance, on all the various Occasions of Life. But more particularly on the following Heads, viz. Adversity, Advice, Affection, Ambition, Anger, Avarice, Benevolence, Business, Centure, Charity, Confidence, Condolance, Courtship, Dependance, Diligence, Duty, Education, Emulation, Excellence, Fame, Fidelity, Flattery, Folly, Friendship, Frugality, Generosity, Gratitude, Guilt, Happiness, Honour, Hope, Humanity, Indiscretion, Indolence, Integrity, Industry, Justice, Learning, Love, Marriage, Modesty, Moderation, Morality, Negligence, Passion, Patience, Peevishness, Piety, Pleasure, Politeness, Pride, Prodigality, Prudence, Reproof, Religion, Retirement, Secrecy, Shame, Sobriety, Solitude, Temptation, Trade, Truth, Variety, Vice, Virtue, Understanding, Wisdom, Wit, Letter-Writing. To which is added, A Collection of Complimentary Cards, with Directions for addressing Persons of all Ranks and Conditions. Likewise a new System of English Oratory, containing the Art of speaking in Public with Propriety and Elegance. Also The Art of pleasing in Conversation, with Rules and Maxims to form the polite and entertaining Companion. To which are prefixed, A Plain and Familiar Grammar, or an easy Guide to the Knowledge of the English Tongue. With general Directions for writing Letters to all Ranks of People. The Whole adapted to the Genius, Taste, and Manners of the present Times, and containing a greater Number of Original Letters than were ever published in a single Collection before. By the Reverend James Wallace, D.D. and Charles Townshend, A.M.
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[1782?]
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