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The Father's Answer

134

The Father's Letter to the Master

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The Master's Answer

135

From a Mother in Town, to her Daughter at a Board-

ing-School in the Country, recommending the prac-
tice of Virtue

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The Answer

136

Froin a young Gentleman, Clerk to a Merchant in Phi-

ladelphia, to his Father in the Country, soliciting

Pocket-Money

137

The Father's Answer

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From a young 'Tradesman, lately entered into business,

to his father, asking his consent to marry

138

The Father's. Answer

139

From a young Woman, just gone to service in Boston,
to her Mother in the Country

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The Mother's Answer

140

From a Brother at home, to his Sister abroad on a visit,
complaining of her not writing

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The Sister's Answer

141

From a Daughter to her Mother, by way of excuse for
having neglected to write to her

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From a young Apprentice to his Father, to let him know

how he likes his place, and goes on

142

From an elder Brother in the Country, to his younger

Brother put an apprentice in Philadelphia

143

From Robin Red-Breast in the garden, to Master Billy

Careless, abroad at School

144

To a Mother, to thank her for her care and tenderness 146

From a Mother to her Son, in answer to the former 148

To a Friend, against waste of Time

150

Answer to a Friend

151

From a young Lady, in Answer to a Letter she had re-

ceived from her Mother, advising her to persevere in

the Christian Duties she had been instructed in ibid

From a young Lady to her Mother, requesting a favour 153

A letter from a Lady to a Maid-Servant, who had left

her: In which is contained a useful Lesson for all

persons in that state of life

154

Domestick Rule-The province of the Wife

* 156

To a Lady, who had lost her beauty in the small-pox 157

From a Lady, lately brought to bed

158

A Lady to her Husband, who was jealous of her 159

Advising a Friend against going to Law

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