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" I received your letter last night, and as it was on a subject I had not yet any thoughts of, you will not wonder when I tell you I was a good deal surprised. Although I have seen and familiarly conversed with you at different times, yet I had not the... "
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1827
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The New London Letter Writer: Containing the Compleat Art of Corresponding ...

Samuel Johnson - 1790 - 120 pages
...admirer. LETJ.tER XXV IV SIR, . i .'u: ' 1 RECE1VED your letter lad night, and as it waj oh a fufa* jeft I had not yet any thoughts of, you will not wonder when I tell you I was a great deal furprifed. Although I have feen yon feveral times,. yen I had the moft diflant thoughts...
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The Universal Letter-writer; Or, New Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Rev. Thomas Cooke (A.B.) - Letter writing - 1812 - 204 pages
...with the utmost impatience, and am, ' Madam, your real admirer. LETTER I.XIX. The lady's answer. Sir, I RECEIVED your letter last night, and as it was on a subject I had not yet any thoughts of, yon will not wonder when I tell you I was a good deal surprised. Although i have seen you at different...
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The young woman's companion; or, Female instructor [by J.A. Stewart].

J A. Stewart - 1814
...remain, Most truly yours. BETTER x. From a Lady to a Gentleman who had paid his Addresses to her. Sir, I RECEIVED your letter last night, and as it was on...I was a good deal surprised. Although I have seen you at different times, yet I had not the most distant thoughts of your making proposals of such a...
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The young woman's companion; or, Female instructor [by J.A. Stewart].

J A. Stewart - 1814
...X. From a Lady to a Gentleman K'ho had paid hh Addresses to her, Sir, 1 R$EIVCB your letter i;,-t night, and as it was on a subject I had not yet any thoughts of, you will not wonder v. !n 'i I tell you I was a good deal surprised. Although I have seen you at different times, yet I...
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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
...impatience, and am, Madam, yeur rfcal aijmirer*. LETTER XXIV. The Lady't Answer. SIR, I RECEIVED yonr letter last night, and as it ,was on a subject I had...I was a good deal surprised. Although I .have seen you at different times, yet I had not the most distant thoughts of your making proposals of such a...
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The New Universal Letter Writer, Or, Complete Art of Polite Correspondence ...

Hogan, David (Publisher) - Letter writing - 1818 - 251 pages
...your real admirer. LETTER II. The Young Lady's Answer. I RECEIVED your letter last night, and as it is on a subject I had not yet any thoughts of, you will...I was a good deal surprised. Although I have seen you at different times, yet I had not the most distant thoughts of your making proposals of such a...
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The Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the Following ...

Letter writing - 1827 - 276 pages
...answer with the utmost impatience, and am, Madam, your real admirer. LETTER 94. The Lady's Answer. SIR, I received your letter last night, and as it was on...familiarly conversed with you at different times, yet I had not the most distant thoughts of your making proposals of such a nature. Some of your sex have often...
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The Letter Writer: Containing a Great Variety of Letters on the Following ...

Commercial correspondence - 1831 - 139 pages
...real admirer. LETTER 94. The Lady*s Answer. SIR, I received your letter last night, and as it w.is on a subject I had not yet any thoughts of, you will not \vondtr whon tell you I was n good deal surprised. Although I have seen and familiarly conversed...
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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
...shall wait for your answe. with the utmost impatience, and am, LETTER XXIV. The Lady's Answer. SIB, I received your letter last night, and as it was on...I was a good deal surprised. Although I have seen you at different times, yet I had not the most distant thoughts of your making proposals of such a...
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The universal letter-writer; or, New art of polite correspondence. Also a ...

1845
...the utmost impatience, and am, — Madam, your real admirer. LETTER LXIX. The Lady's Answer. Sir, — I received your letter last night, and as it was on...I was a good deal surprised. Although I have seen you at different times, yet I had not the most distant thought of your making proposals of such a nature....
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