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Felicia to Charlotte:
being letters from a young lady in the country, to her friend in town. Containing a series of the most interesting events, interspersed with moral reflections; chiefly tending to prove, that the seeds of virtue are implanted in the mind of every reasonable being.

APA Citation

Collyer, M. (1749). Felicia to Charlotte: being letters from a young lady in the country, to her friend in town. Containing a series of the most interesting events, interspersed with moral reflections; chiefly tending to prove, that the seeds of virtue are implanted in the mind of every reasonable being. London: Printed for R. Griffiths and G. Woodfall.

MLA Citation

Collyer, Mary, -1763. Felicia to Charlotte: Being Letters From a Young Lady In the Country, to Her Friend In Town. Containing a Series of the Most Interesting Events, Interspersed With Moral Reflections; Chiefly Tending to Prove, That the Seeds of Virtue Are Implanted In the Mind of Every Reasonable Being. London: Printed for R. Griffiths and G. Woodfall, 1749.

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