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" Those, who are accomplished in it, are too happy in their own knowledge to need farther information concerning its excellence. And such as are unqualified to convey their sentiments to a friend, without the assistance of a third person, feel their deficiency... "
The new universal letterwriter: containing letters on different subjects - Page 3
1827
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The American Orator, Or, Elegant Extracts in Prose and Poetry: Comprehending ...

Increase Cooke - American literature - 1811 - 408 pages
...too happy in their knowledge to need further information concerning its excellence ; and those who are unqualified to convey their sentiments to a friend,...nothing need be said to convince them, that it is both their interest and their happiness to be instructed in what is so necessary and agreeable. Had...
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The Universal Letter-writer; Or, New Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Rev. Thomas Cooke (A.B.) - Letter writing - 1812 - 204 pages
...-• needless to insist upon. Those,, who are accomplished in it, are too happy in their knowledge to need farther information concerning, its excellence.-...friend, without the assistance, of a third person, ,teel their deficiency so severely, that nothing need be said to convince them, it is their interest...
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The New and Complete Letter Writer, Or, New Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Rev. Thomas Cooke (A.B.) - Letter writing - 1817 - 107 pages
...advantages is needless to insist upon. Those who are accomplished in it are loo happy in their knowledge (o need farther information concerning its excellence. And such as are unqualified to convey thelf sentiments to a friend, without the assistance of a third person, feel their deficiency so severely,...
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The American Orator, Or, Elegant Extracts in Prose and Poetry: Comprehending ...

Increase Cooke - American literature - 1819 - 408 pages
...too happy in their knowledge to need further information concerning its excellence ; and those who are unqualified to convey their sentiments to a friend,...nothing need be said to convince them, that it is both their interest and their happiness to be instructed in what is so necessary and agreeable. Had...
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The Fashionable American Letter Writer, Or, The Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Letter writing - 1828 - 180 pages
...needless to oe insisted on. Those, who are accomplished in it, are too happjp in their own knowledge to need farther information concerning its excellence....acquainted with what is so necessary and agreeable. . H,id letters been known at the beginning of the world, epistolary writing would have been as old...
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The Fashionable American Letter Writer, Or, The Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Letter writing - 1834 - 175 pages
...needless to be insisted on. Those, who are accomplished in it, are too happy in their own knowledge to need farther information concerning its excellence....acquainted with what is so necessary and agreeable. Had letters been known at the beginning of the world, epistolary writing would have been as old as...
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The New and Complete Letter Writer: Or, New Art of Polite Correspondence

Rev. Thomas Cooke (A.B.) - Etiquette - 1832 - 105 pages
...needless to insist upon. — • Those who are accomplished in it are too happy in their knowledge to need farther information concerning its excellence. And such as are unqualified to convey "J.eir sentiments to a friend, without the assistance of a third person, feel their deficiency*so severely,...
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The universal letter-writer; or, New art of polite correspondence. Also a ...

1845
...advantages, it is needless to insist upon. Those who are accomplished in it, are too happy in their knowledge to need farther information concerning its excellence....severely, that nothing need be said to convince them, it is their interest to become acquainted with what is so necessary and agreeable. Had letters been...
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The correspondent, a series of letters on the most interesting topics

J. Hardisty - 1848
...sensible of its sterling value, which nothing can depreciate. On the contrary, persons who are unable to convey their sentiments to a friend without the assistance of a third person, feel the unpleasant situation in which their ignorance has placed them with keen regret ; to such no arguments...
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American Fashionable Letter Writer: Original and Selected, Containing a ...

Letter writing - 1850 - 224 pages
...needless to be insisted on. Those, who are accomplished in it, are too happy in their own knowledge to need farther information concerning its excellence....acquainted with what is so necessary and agreeable. Had letters been known at the beginning of the world, epistolary writing would have been as old as...
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