Franklin

The ladies friend : being a treatise on the virtues and qualifications which are the brightest ornaments of the fair sex, and render them most agreeable to the sensible part of mankind.

Author/Creator:
Boudier de Villemert, P.-J. (Pierre-Joseph), 1716-
Standardized Title:
Ami des femmes. English
Publication:
New-Haven : Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green, for Abel Morse, MDCCLXXXIV [1784]
Format/Description:
Book
107, [1] p. ; 15 cm. (8vo)
Fingerprint:
m.pe e.in y.on smce (3) 1784 (R)
Subjects:
Women.
Place of Publication:
United States Connecticut New Haven.
Notes:
A translation of the author's L'ami des femmes, first published anonymously in Paris in 1758. Cf. Quérard. La France littéraire, v. 1, 1827, p. 443.
"The fireside"--p. [105-107], in verse. Attributed to Nathaniel Cotton in the Dictionary of national biography.
Signatures: A-I⁶.
Penn Chronology:
1784
Cited in:
Quérard. La France littéraire, v. 1, 1827, p. 443
Evans, 18503
Trumbull, J.H. Connecticut (suppl.), 1934
Contributor:
Green, Thomas, 1735-1812, printer.
Green, Samuel, 1743-1799, printer.
Morse, Abel, 1746-1795, bookseller.
French Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
Contains:
Cotton, Nathaniel, 1705-1788. Fireside.
OCLC:
15633739
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