Characters by Lord Chesterfield, contrasted with characters of the same great personages by other respectable writers: Also letters to Alderman George Faulkner, Dr. Madden, Mr. Sexton, Mr. Derrick, and the Earl of Arran. Intended as an appendix to His Lordship's Miscellaneous works
Printed for E. and C. Dilly, 1778 - Great Britain - 93 pages
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