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A present for servants. Containing several useful articles of information, for persons in dependant stations of life; as I. Laws relating to servants and labourers, very proper to be generally known by both Masters and Servants. II. Maxims, and Hints of Instruction for the moral Conduct of Servants; the Observance of which will gain them good Places, and enable them to live therein with Credit and Esteem. III. Some Account of the comfortable latter End of Peter, a worthy old Servant, greatly respected and lamented by the Family in which he ended his Days. The Whole recommended to the serious Perusal of Servants of both Sexes, and of all Denominations, who would wish to succeed in Life, and die respected; for whose Benefit it is compiled and printed.

MDCCLXIX. [1769]
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Salisbury : printed and sold at the Printing-Office, on the New Canal, MDCCLXIX. [1769]

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24p. ; 12⁰.

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ESTC N38879



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