The complete letter-writer.
|Secondary Title||Containing familiar letters on the most common occasions in life. Also a variety of elegant letters for the direction and embellishment of style, on business, duty, amusement, love, courtship, marriage, friendship, and other subjects. To which is prefixed a plain and compendious grammar of the English language. With directions for writing letters, and the proper forms of address. At the end are given forms of message-cards, and a copious English spelling-dictionary.|
|Publisher||John Reid. For W. Darling, at the head of Skinner's Close|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CW0115537850|