Chesterfield's Art of Letter-Writing Simplified. Being a guide to friendly, affectionate, polite and business correspondence, containing a large collection of the most valuable information relative to the art of letter-writing, with clear and complete instructions how to begin and end correspondence, rules for punctuation and spelling, &c. To which is appended the complete rules of etiquette, and the usage of society : containing the most approved rules for correct deportment in fashionable life, together with hints to gentlemen and ladies on irregular and vulgar habits, also, the etiquette of love and courtship, marriage etiquette, &c.
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How to write : a pocket manual of composition and letter-writing embracing hints on penmanship and the choice of writing materials, practical rules for literary composition in general, and epistolary and newspaper writing and proof-correcting in particular, and directions for writing letters of business, relationship, friendship, and love, illustrated by numerous examples of genuine epistles, from the pens of the best writers : to which are added forms for letters of introduction, notes, cards, etc., and a Collection of Poetical Quotations
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Lessons on Common Things: For the use of Schools and Families on the Basis of Dr. Mayo's Lessons on Objects
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English grammar in familiar lectures : accompanied by a compendium : embracing a new systematic order of parsing, a new system of punctuation, exercises in false syntax, and a system of philosophical grammar in notes : to which are added an appendix, and a key to the exercises : designed for the use of schools and private learners