The boarding school; or, Lessons of a preceptress to her pupils; consisting of information, instruction, and advice, calculated to improve the manners, and form the character of young ladies. To which is added, a collection of letters, written by the pupils, to their instructress, their friends, and each other. By a lady of Massachusetts; author of The coquette.
|Main Author:||[Foster, Mrs. Hannah (Webster)] 1759-1840.|
Boston, G. P. Peaslee, 1829.
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