Lord Chesterfield's advice to his son, on men and manners, or, A new system of education. [microform] : In which the principles of politeness, the art of acquiring a knowledge of the world, are laid down in a plain, easy, and familiar manner. : To which are annexed, The polite philosopher: or, An essay on the art which makes a man happy in himself, and agreeable to others, : also, Lord Burghley's Ten precepts to his second son Robert Cecil, afterwards the Earl of Salisbury.
- Standardized Title:
- Letters to his son
- Philadelphia: : Printed by Jacob Johnson & Co. Market-Street, no. 147., M,DCC,LXIV. [i.e., 1795?]
- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 29560.
124, iv, , 132-184 p. ; 14 cm. (8vo)
- Conduct of life.
- Place of Publication:
- United States Pennsylvania Philadelphia.
- "The polite philosopher; or, An essay on the art which makes a man happy in himself, and agreeable to others."--iv, , 132-177 p., with separate title page, with imprint date 1795. Attributed to James Forrester by Halkett & Laing.
Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 29560).
- Cited in:
- Evans 29560
Gulick, S.L. Chesterfield (2nd ed.), 110
- Burghley, William Cecil, Baron, 1520-1598. Ten precepts.
Forrester, James, d. 1765. Polite philosopher.
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