Title: The art of correspondence, consisting of letters on various subjects, selected chiefly from the works of eminent authors. In French and English : To which are added, letters, notes, &c. on domestic concerns, and addairs of business.
Publication: London : Printed for Samuel Leigh, 18, Strand, 1817.
Manufacture: [London] : Imprimé par Schulze et Dean, No. 13, rue de Poland, à Londres.
Title: The accomplished letter-writer; or, Universal correspondent. : Containing familiar letters on the most common occasions in life. Also a variety of more elegant letters for examples and improvement of style, from the best modern authors, together with many originals, on business, duty, amusement, affection, courtship, marriage, friendship, and other subjects. To which is prefixed a compendious grammar of the English tongue. Also a table of the clerk-like contraction of words, for the dispatch of business; and the proper mode of addressing people of all ranks, either in writing or discourse; and some necessary orthographical directions. With a selection of some beautiful poetical epistles, and various forms of polite messages.
Published: London: : Printed for T. Caslon, in Stationers’-Court, and J. Ashburner, in Kendal., 1779.