Letters written to and for particular friends on the most important occasions. : Directing not only the requisite style and forms to be observed in writing familiar letters but how to think and act justly and prudently in the common concerns of human life. Containing one hundred and seventy-three letters
- Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761
- Additional Titles:
- Familiar letters on the most important occasions
- London : C. Rivington, 1741.
- The second edition.
- Physical Description:
- 272 pages ; 17 cm
- Rare Books copy: Formerly part of an 18th-century library in Williamscote House near Banbury, England, assembled by John Loveday (1711-1789), philologist and antiquary, who lived at Caversham in Oxfordshire. The library was moved to Williamscote House in 1799 by John Loveday the second (1742-1809), Doctor of Laws.
- Subsequently pub. under titles: One hundred and seventy-three letters written for particular friends and Familiar letters on important occasions.
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