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Letters to a young lady, on a variety of useful and interesing [sic] subjects: calculated to improve the heart, to form the manners, and enlighten the understanding "that our daughters may be as polished corners of the temple." By the Rev. John Bennett. In two volumes. Vol I[-II].

  • Bennett, John, Curate of St. Mary's, Manchester.
M,DCC,XVI [i.e., 1796]
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New-York : Printed by John Buel, for E. Duyckinck, and Co. Pearl-Street, M,DCC,XVI [i.e., 1796]

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iv, [3], 8-115, [1], 119, [3] p. ; 120.


The first New-York edition.

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