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Female Conduct: Being an Essay on the Art of Pleasing. to Be Practised the Fair Sex, Before, and After Marriage. a Poem, in Two Books. Humbly Dedicated, to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. Inscribed to Plautilla. by Thomas Marriott, Esq. by Thomas Marriott

Female Conduct: Being an Essay on the Art of Pleasing. to Be Practised

the Fair Sex, Before, and After Marriage. a Poem, in Two Books. Humbly Dedicated, to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. Inscribed to Plautilla. by Thomas Marriott, Esq. by Thomas Marriott

Published May 28th 2010
ISBN : 9781140887942
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320 pages
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