A complete collection of original letters and notes upon every imaginable subject of everyday life, with plain directions about everything connected to writing a letter, containing, letters of introduction, etc., etc.
New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, Publishers, 1867. Includes letters accepting and declining the engagement ring; a letter from a lady to a gentleman accusing him of inconsistency, and demanding the return of her letters; letter apologizing for injury to a borrowed book; requesting the loan of a horse; note accompanying a dog, etc., etc. A lot of fun to read, and in quite splendid condition. Handsome illustrated boards with plain green binding. With lots of interesting ads and book lists front and back. 202 pages