The young secretary's guide: or, A speedy help to learning In two parts. I. Containing the true method of writing letters upon any subject; whether concerning business or otherwise: fitted to all capacities, in the most smooth and obliging stile, with about 200 examples never before published. As also instructions how properly to intitle, subscribe, or direct a letter to any person of what Quality soever. Together with full directions for true pointing: and many other things very useful. II. Containing an exact collection of acquittances, bills, bonds, wills, indentures, deeds of gifts, letters of attorney, assignments, releases, warrants of attorney, bills of sale, counter securities: with notes of directions, relating to what is most difficult to be understood in the most legal sense, form and manner: to which are added the names of men, and women, cities, counties, sums of mmey, days, months, years of dates, trade, &c. in Latin, as they ought to be plac'd in any Latin obligation: with an interest table to know the interest due upon any summ of money, &c. By J. Hill

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Hill, John
Format: eBook
Published: London Printed for J. Clarke, at the Golden-Ball, in Duck-Lane; and, A. Wilde, in Aldersgate Street 1741, 1741
Edition:The three and twentieth edition
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Allegorical woodcut on sig. A1. - Alston, III, 483. - English Short Title Catalog, T227272. - Reproduction of original from British Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (167,[1]p) ill 12°