Practical morality; or, A guide to men and manners:
consisting of Lord Chesterfield's advice to his son. To which is added, a supplement containing extracts from various books, recommended by Lord Chesterfield to Mr. Stanhope. Together with the polite philosopher; or, An essay on the art which makes a man hapopy in himself, and agreeable to others; Dr. Blair's advice to youth; Dr. Fordyce on Honour as a principle; Lord Burghley's Ten percepts to his son; Dr. Franklin's Way to wealth; and Pope's Universal Prayer.
|Main Author:||Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773.|
|Related Names:||Pope, Alexander 1688-1744., Franklin, Benjamin 1706-1790., Burghley, William Cecil Baron 1520-1598., Fordyce, James 1720-1796., Blair, Hugh 1718-1800., Forrester, James.|
New York, J. Clussman, 1831.
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