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Letters on the improvement of the mind : addressed to a young lady : in two volumes

Main Author: Chapone, Mrs. 1727-1801
Related Names: Norton, William 1742-1822, associated name., Hughs, Henry -1810, printer, Walter, John -1803, publisher
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed by H. Hughs, for J. Walter, Homer's Head, Charing Cross, 1773
Subjects: Conduct of life > Early works to 1800
Women > Education > Early works to 1800
Young women > Conduct of life > Early works to 1800
Annotations > 18th century.
Gold tooled bindings > 18th century.
Letters > England > 18th century.
Note: Signatures: v. 1 A⁴ B-N⁸ O⁴; v. 2 [A¹] (Q4?) B-P⁸ Q³
ESTC attributes authorship to Chapone
Physical Description: 2 v. ; 16 cm. (8vo)
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