The universal letter-writer [electronic resource] : or, new art of polite correspondence. Containing a course of interesting original letters, ON The Most Important, Instructive, And Entertaining Subjects, Which May Serve AS Copies For Inditing Letters ON The Various Occurrences In Life: Particularly ON Advice, Affection, Affluence, Benevolence, Business, Children to Parents, Compliments, Condolence, Courtship, Diligence, Education, Fidelity, Folly, Friendship, Generosity, Happiness, Humanity, Humour, Industry, Justice, Love, Marriage, Masters to Servants, Modesty, Morality, Oeconomy, Parents to Children, Paternal Affection, Piety, Pleasure, Prodigality, Prudence, Religion, Retirement, Servants to Masters, Trade, Truth, Virtue, Wit, &c. And A Set Of AtComplimental Cards, Suited to the various Occasions on which an extraordinary Degree of Politeness should be observed. To which is added, the complete petitioner: Containing, Great Variety of Petitions on various Subjects, from Persons in low or middling States of Life, to those in higher Stations. Also, A New, Plain, and Easy Grammar Of At The English Language, And Directions for addressing Persons of all Ranks, either in Writing or Discourse. Likewise, Forms of Mortgages, Letters of Licence, Bonds, Indentures, Wills, Wills and Powers, Letters of Attorney, &c. &c. as they are now executed by Gentleman of distinguished Abilities in the Law. By the Rev. Thomas Cook, A. B. And one of the Authors of the New Royal and Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences.
- London [i.e. York?] : printed for A. Millar, W. Law, and R. Cater ; and for Wilson, Spence, & Mawman, York, M,DCC,XCIV. 
228p.,plate ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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