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" I freely confess it ; but, with great sincerity, I must at the same time declare, that they were written in a careless manner, without considering the character of the person to whom they were addressed. I am fully sensible of my error, and on all future... "
The new universal letterwriter: containing letters on different subjects - Page 11
1827
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The Universal Letter-writer; Or, New Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Rev. Thomas Cooke (A.B.) - Letter writing - 1812 - 204 pages
...draw a veil over my own folly. No, madam, 1 freely confess it j but, with the greatest sincerity, I must at the same time declare, that they were written...character of the person to whom they were addressed : I am fully sensible of my error, and, on all future occasions, shall endeavour to avoid giving the...
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The New Universal Letter Writer, Or, Complete Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Hogan, David (Publisher) - Letter writing - 1818 - 251 pages
...draw a veil over my own foil v. No, Madam, I freely confess it; but, with the greatest Sincerity, I must at the same time declare, that they were written in a careless manner, without considering the sharacter of the person to whom they were addressed : I am fully sensible of my errour, and, on all...
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The Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the Following ...

Letter writing - 1827 - 276 pages
...desire to draw a veil over my own folly. No, madam, I freely confess it, but, with great sincerity, I must at the same time declare, that they were written...character of the person to whom they were addressed ; I am fully sensible of my error, and, on all future occasions shall endeavor to avoid giving the...
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The Fashionable American Letter Writer, Or, The Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Letter writing - 1828 - 180 pages
...to draw a veil over my own folly. No, madam, I freely confess it; but with the greatest sincerity I must at the same time declare, that they were written...character of the person to whom they were addressed. I am fully sensible of my error, and on all futnre occasions shall endeavour to avoid giving the least...
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The Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the Following ...

Commercial correspondence - 1831 - 139 pages
...desire to draw a veil over my own folly. No, madam, 1 freely confess it, but, with great sincerity, I must at the same time declare, that they were written in a careless manner, without corisivlering the character of the person to whom they were addressed; 1 am fully sensible of my error,...
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The Fashionable American Letter Writer, Or, The Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Letter writing - 1834 - 175 pages
...draw a veil over my own, folly. No, madam, I freely confess it ; but with the greatest sincerity I must at the same time declare, that they were written...character of the person to whom they were addressed. I am fully sensible of my error, and on all future occasions shall endeavour to avoid giving .the least...
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The Fashionable American Letter Writer: Or, The Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Letter-writing - 1839 - 175 pages
...No, madam, I freely confess it ; but with thegreatest sincerity I must at the same time declare. Slat they Were written in a careless manner, without considering...character of the person to whom they were addressed. I am fully sensible of my error, and on all future occasions shall endeavour to avoicj giving the least...
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The New Parlor Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the ...

Letter-writing - 1849 - 144 pages
...my former letters, is too true to be denied ; nor do 1 desire to draw a veil over my own folly. No, madam, I freely confess it, but, with great sincerity,...character of the person to whom they were addressed; I am fully sensible of my error, and, on all future occasions shall endeavor to avoid giving the least...
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American Fashionable Letter Writer: Original and Selected, Containing a ...

Letter writing - 1850 - 224 pages
...draw a veil over my o\vn folly. No, madam, I freely confess it ; but with the greatest sincerity I must at the same time declare, that they were written...character of the person to whom they were addressed. I am fully sensible of my error, and on all future occasions shall endeavor to avoid giving the least...
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Complete Letter Writer; Containig a Great Variety of Letters on the ...

1853
...desire to draw a veil over my own fo'iy, No, madam, I frpcly confess it, but, with great smcerity, I must at the same time declare, that they were written...character of the person to whom they were addressed ; I am fully sensible of my error, and, on all future occasions shall endeavor to avoid giving the...
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