A compleat introduction to the art of writing letters

Publication Date1758
Remainderuniversally adapted to all classes and conditions of life; designed not only for the use of youth in general; but for every person who would learn to write letters well. Compiled and selected from the best authors, antient and modern, viz. Cicero, Pliny, Voiture, Balzac, St. Evremont, Sir Wm. Temple, Lord Lansdown, Locke, Dryden, Pope, Atterbury, Swift, Bolingbroke, Gay, Garth, Rochester, Otway. And other celebrated writers. With many more original letters than in any book of the like kind. To which is prefixed, a short but useful grammar of the English language, and an introduction, containing proper directions how to address persons of rank and eminence. By S. Johnson.
Publisherprinted for Henry Dell, at the Angel and Bible in Great Tower-Street; and J. Staples, opposite Stationer's Hall, near Ludgate Street


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