The Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the Following Subjects: Relationship; Business; Love, Courtship, and Marriage; Friendship, and Miscellaneous Letters: Selected from Judicious and Eminent Writers

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G. Davidson, 1827 - 276 páginas

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The Sons grateful answer
42
From an aged Lady in the country to her Niece in New York cautioning her against keeping company with a Gentleman of a bad character
43
The young Ladys Answer
44
From a Sailor at New York to his Wife in Albany
45
From a young Woman a servant in New York to her Pa rents desiring their consent to marry
46
From a Father to a Daughter in dislike of her intentions to marry at too early an age
47
From an elder to a younger Brother caucioning him in the choice of a Wife
49
From a Daughter to her Father pleading for her Sister who had married without his consent
50
The Fathers Answer
51
From an Uncle to his Nephew on the pernicious habit of drinking to excess
53
From a Younger to an older Brother
58
From a Merchants Widow to a lady a distant relation in behalf of her two Orphans
59
The Ladys Answer
60
From an indulgent Father to a profligate Son
61
From a Daughter to a Father wherein she dutifully ex postulates aginst a match he had proposed to her with a Gentleman much older than herself
62
Mrs Rowe to her Mother on the approach of her
64
death
65
From one Cousin to another on making anal breaking promises
67
BUSINESS 52 From a young Man in the Country to a Merchant in New York offering correspondence 69
69
The Merchants Answer 54 From a young Man whose Master had lately died
70
The Answer
71
Answer
72
From a Merchant at St Thomas to a Brother in N York desiring him to sell some Goods and purchase others
73
An urgent Demand of payment
74
The Answer
75
From a Young Man in trade to a Wholesale Dealer who had suddenly made a demand on him
76
Soliciting the Loan of money from a Friend
77
The Answer
78
From a Tradesman to a Customer demanding payment of money
79
The Tradesmans reply
80
From a Merchant to a Tradesman demanding money and expressing disapprobation of his proceedings
81
The Answer
82
To a Person who wants to borrow Money of another without any claiın but assurance
84
Refusal to lend Money
85
From à Tenant to a Landlord excusing delay of payment
87
From an insolvent Debtor to hiş principal Creditor re questing the acceptance of a Composition
88
The Answer
89
The Answer
90
The Gentlemans Answer
92
From the Servant of a wholesale Dealer to his Master in New York giving an account of his Customers in the Country
93
The Masters Answer
94
The Answer
95
From a Lover to his Mistress lately recovered from Sick
134
The Gentlemans Reply
140
The Answer
146
Let Page 132 The Mothers Answer
148
From a young Tradesmanto a gentleman desiring per mission to visit his daughter
149
From the same to the Young Lady by permission of the Father
150
From a Widow to a Young Man rejecting his suit
151
From a Young Lady to à Gentleman that courted her whom she could uot esteem but forced by her Parents to receive his visits
152
From a Gentleman of some fortune to a Ladys Mother
153
The Answer
154
From a Gentleman to a Lady whom he accuses of Incon stancy
156
The Ladys Answer
157
From a Father to his Daughters on Love and Friendship
158
From the same to the same on the foregoing subject
163
Let Page
164
From a Father to his Daugliters on Courtship and Coquet ish Behaviour
167
From the same to the same on the foregoing subject
170
From a father to his Daughters on Marriage
174
From the same to the same on the foregoing subject
178
FRIENDSHIP 148 A Letter on Friendship written by a Gentleman de ceased and found amongst his papers
181
From a young Woman to a Lady with whom she had for merly lived as a Companion
184
The Ladys Answer
186
From a Gentleman on his Travels abroad to his Friend in London on arbitrary power and Popish superstition
187
His Friends Answer
190
From a young Merchant to an aged Gentleman formerly of the same profession but now retired from business
192
The Answer
194
From a Gentleman in decayed circumstances in the coun try to another lately returned from the East Indies recommending his Son to his protection
197
The Answer
198
On Marriage from a Lady in town to her Friend in the country
200
To the same
203
From a Lady to her Friend whose Lover had basely de serted her and married another
206
From a Lady who hack formerly kept a Boardingschool to another of the saine profession on Female Education
208
To a young man on the commencement and pursuit of Trade
211
To a young Gentleman on his entering into the World with directions how to conduct himself
214
From a Lady to her Friend who had buried her Husband
218
stances who had endeavored to conceal his poverty
220
To the same on the vicissitudes of Human Life
226
Dr Arbuthnot to Mr Pope
232
Dr Doid to the King written by Dr Johnson
238
The countess of Hertford to Dr Burnett occasioned
244
From Dr Franklin to John Alleyne on early Marriage
254
An ironical letter to a Slanderer
266

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