LETTERS ON PRACTICAL SUBJECTS TO A DAUGHTER SPR478
It has been the design of the writer to adapt the work, in its present form, to the various exigencies of a young female, and to furnish her with counsel and instruction which may be useful, not only during the period of her education, but also in subsequent life. Though the letters are addressed to his own child, he regards her as the representative of youg females in general; and his object in writing them will be fully answered if they shall contribute, in the humblest degree, to elevate the standard of female acquisitions and female character.
Letters by William B. Sprague. D.D., to a daughter.
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