New Letter-Writer, for the Use of Ladies; Embodying Letters on the Simplest Matters of Life, and on Various Subjects, with Applications for Situations, Etc., and a Copious Appendix of Forms of Address, Bills, Receipts and Other Useful

New Letter-Writer, for the Use of Ladies; Embodying Letters on the Simplest Matters of Life, and on Various Subjects, with Applications for Situations, Etc., and a Copious Appendix of Forms of Address, Bills, Receipts and Other Useful

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1867 edition. Excerpt: ...to absolute poverty, more from mischance than wilful error. But you must not only cheer up, but labor to cheer your husband likewise. Let him find that he possesses a wife who will not display her annoyance at the deprivation of many (perhaps unnecessary) luxuries of life, and whose determination to economise will make poverty seem less poor, and whose affection will insure him that comfort which the wealthiest position, without undivided affection, would wholly fail to realize. Nor must you look at matters as hopeless. Although changed in your means, you have not lost in character. Your true friends look upon you with the same eyes as formerly, and for the shallow and insincere you ought not, Cannot care. Besides, a favorable change must result from your husband's persevering and consistent efforts; and by the exercise of economy, and the patient submission to a few privations, you may ere long fully retrieve the position you have already adduced, and which legitimately belongs to you. That success and happiness may soon spring out of the present unfavorable condition of things, is the hearty and earnest wish of, t Yours ever affectionately, To Mrs.. LETTER LXXXVII. To her Suitor, on being requested to name a Day for their Wedding. Charleston, June 8th, 18--. My Dear, --The affectionate letter which I have just received, is another convincing proof of your attachment. Upon perusing it, I find that you have imposed upon me a somewhat delicate duty, but one to which, you may conclude I feel no aversion. You wish me to name some day, convenient to myself and relatives, for the performance of our nuptial ceremony. You likewise appear anxious that that day, to which wc have looked forward as the most propitious of our future life, may not be...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236571266
  • 9781236571267