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Verfasser:Tavernier, John
Titel:¬The¬ entertaining correspondent
Titelzusatz:or, newest and most compleat polite letter writer. In three parts. Part I. Thirty six Letters from the Author to his Friend, containing A New Historical Account of the Political State of Europe, with an exact and particular Description of its chief Cities, their Government, Manufactures, Commerce, Number of Inhabitants, &c. To which is added, Letters Moral and Entertaining by the most Celebrated Writers. Part II. Seventy two Letters on the most Important Concerns of Life, with a Series of Letters on Courtship and Marriage, by a Writer of distinguished Merit. To which is added, a Collection of the Newest and most Polite Message Cards. Part III. The Rule of Life, being a Collection of Select Moral Sentences, extracted from the most eminent Authors, both antient and modern, directing not only how to think, but to act justly and prudently in the common Concerns of Human Life. To which is prefixed, a large introduction, Containing Directions and proper Forms to be observed in writing Familiar Letters on all Occasions, and addressing Persons of eminent Rank and Station. For the Use of young Gentlemen, Ladies, Tradesmen, &c. The whole illustrated with a beautiful frontispiece, and a map of the world. By John Tavernier, Esq
Verlag:printed and sold by R. Taylor, and by all the Booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland
Umfang:Online-Ressource ([4],348p.,plates)
Fussnoten:English Short Title Catalog, T75790. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - Titlepage in red and black
ErscheinungsAng:Erscheinungsjahr in Vorlageform:MDCCLIX. [1759]
(Ort):Farmington Hills, Mich
(Verlag):Cengage Gale
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