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The Resource 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 Style, 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. With full Directions for True Pointing. 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 is Added, The True Method every Honest Dealer should take (according to Law) to get in what is owing to him, either by shuffling Tradesmen in the City, on dishonest Correspondents in the Country. With Methods for Compounding of Debts: and what ought to be observed therein, &c. By J. Hill, (electronic resource)

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 Style, 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. With full Directions for True Pointing. 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 is Added, The True Method every Honest Dealer should take (according to Law) to get in what is owing to him, either by shuffling Tradesmen in the City, on dishonest Correspondents in the Country. With Methods for Compounding of Debts: and what ought to be observed therein, &c. By J. Hill, (electronic resource)

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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 Style, 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. With full Directions for True Pointing. 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 is Added, The True Method every Honest Dealer should take (according to Law) to get in what is owing to him, either by shuffling Tradesmen in the City, on dishonest Correspondents in the Country. With Methods for Compounding of Debts: and what ought to be observed therein, &c. By J. Hill
Title
The young secretary's guide
Title remainder
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 Style, 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. With full Directions for True Pointing. 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 is Added, The True Method every Honest Dealer should take (according to Law) to get in what is owing to him, either by shuffling Tradesmen in the City, on dishonest Correspondents in the Country. With Methods for Compounding of Debts: and what ought to be observed therein, &c. By J. Hill
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
  • III.486
  • T52895
Citation source
  • Alston
  • English Short Title Catalog
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fl. 1712
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Hill, John
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Letter writing
  • Commercial correspondence
  • Forms (Law)
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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 Style, 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. With full Directions for True Pointing. 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 is Added, The True Method every Honest Dealer should take (according to Law) to get in what is owing to him, either by shuffling Tradesmen in the City, on dishonest Correspondents in the Country. With Methods for Compounding of Debts: and what ought to be observed therein, &c. By J. Hill, (electronic resource)
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Publication
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT52895
Dimensions
120
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unknown
Edition
The six and twentieth edition, with additions
Extent
156p.
Form of item
electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
ill.
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not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
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 Style, 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. With full Directions for True Pointing. 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 is Added, The True Method every Honest Dealer should take (according to Law) to get in what is owing to him, either by shuffling Tradesmen in the City, on dishonest Correspondents in the Country. With Methods for Compounding of Debts: and what ought to be observed therein, &c. By J. Hill, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT52895
Dimensions
120
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
The six and twentieth edition, with additions
Extent
156p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Other physical details
ill.
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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