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The Term catalogues, 1668-1709 A.D. : with a number for Easter term, 1711 A.D. A contemporary bibliography of English literature in the reigns of Charles II, James II, William and Mary, and Anne / edited from the very rare quarterly lists of new books and reprints of divinity, history, science, law, medicine, music, trade, finance, poetry, plays, etc.; with maps, engravings, playing cards, etc.; issued by the booksellers, etc. of London, by Professor Edward Arber ... In three volumes ... Privately printed.
- Arber, Edward, 1836-1912.
Exercises for the construction of French, According to the rules of grammar; in an easy process. With the epistolary correspondent, or, A collection of letters relating to trade, with others on the common concerns of life; and a number of historical facts, from Voltaire's history of the war in 1741. In order to introduce a knowledge of military terms, as well of the Navy as the field; with a dictionary in the words of the author. To which are added, bills of hand, and exchange, receipts, promissory notes, and a collection of complimentary cards. Chiefly compiled for the use of Eton School.
- M.DCC.LXVII. 
The new London letter writer, Containing the compleat art of corresponding with ease, elegance, and perspicuity, on the following subjects, viz. Trade, affection, love, courtship, marriage, friendship, gratitude, history, commerce, industry, prosperity, prudence, instruction, generosity, misfortunes, consolation, prodigality, virtue, vice, piety, with, mirth, folly, pleasure, humanity, morality, education, happiness, business, sickness, death, integrity, œconomy, affluence, politeness, fidelity, riches, duty and concerns of parents, children, and other relations, masters, mistresses, officers, soldiers, seamen, &c. To which are added models for cards, or notes of compliments, also, a collection of petitions, adapted to every situation, likewise necessary rules for addressing persons of all stations, and precedents of bonds, letters of attorney, wills, &c. &c. By Samuel Johnson, M.A.
- Johnson, Samuel, active 1758.
Carington Bowles's new and enlarged catalogue of useful and accurate maps, charts, and plans; Curious and entertaining engraved and mazzotinto prints, single or in sets: writing books; including all the the branches of penmanship: black-lines, letter-file maps, and prints, school pieces, cards for schools, &c. &c. A great collection of elegant drawing books, and correct books of maps, roads, perspective, geometry, &c. Containing a great variety of new and valuable articles for the use of the nobility and gentry of Great-Britain and Ireland. Merchants exports, and shop keepers country trade. Which may be had wholesale and retail at his Map and Print Warehouse, No. 69, St. Paul's Church Yard, London.
- Bowles, Carington, 1724-1793.
The complete art of writing letters. Adapted to all classes and conditions of life. Designed not only to finish the education of youth in general; but for every person that wishes to write letters well. Containing a Collection of Entertaining and Instructive Letters, as Examples for Improvement of Style; with An agreeable Variety of Original Letters on Education, Duty, Courtship, Marriage, Amusement, Business, Friendship, Compliment, Trade, and Modern Fashions; And a greater Number of them than are to be found in any other Book of this Sort. To which is prefixed, a compendious and useful grammar of the English language; with an Introduction, containing proper Directions how to address Persons of Rank and Eminence. The sixth edition; with the addition of some elegant poetical epistles, and forms of polite messages for cards. By Mr. Charles Johnson.
- Johnson, Charles, active 1770-79.
- MDCCLXXIX. 
An english exercise-book, for the construction of the French language, according to the rules of grammar. To which is prefixed A Collection of Examples, with References to the Syntax, For the better Construction of the Language. Compiled for the Use of Eton School. With A Praxis on the Formation of Verbs, As well Regular as Irregular. At the End is given The Epistolary Correspondent, or, A Collection of Letters relating to Trade, With others on the Common Concerns of Life; And a Number of Historical Facts, from Mr. Voltaire's History of the War in 1741: In order to introduce a Knowledge of Military Terms, both of the Navy and the Field. With a Dictionary in the Words of the Author: To which are added, Bills of Hand and Exchange, Receipts, Promissory Notes, and Complimentary Cards. By J. Daubichon, Professor of the French Tongue.
- Daubichon, J.
- M.DCC.LXIX.