The universal letter-writer; or, Whole art of polite correspondence: containing a great variety of plain, easy, entertaining, and familiar original letters, ... Together with various forms of petitions, ... proper methods of addressing superiors and persons of all ranks ... to which is added, a modern collection of genteel complimentary cards. Likewise, useful forms in law, such as wills, bonds, &c. To which is subjoined an index ...
Hudson: Printed by William E. Norman, 1811.
A new ed., cor. and enl.
viii, -143 p.
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