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Thomas Marriott

Female conduct: being an essay on the art of pleasing. To be practised by 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;

London: Printed for W. Owen at Homer's Head, Temple-Bar., 1759.
Female conduct: being an essay on the art of pleasing. To be practised by 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; Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Garret Van Horne10/4/179110/10/1791Marriot's Female Conduct
John Stevens, III11/7/179111/28/1791Marriot's Female Conduct
John N. Abeel2/24/18002/27/1800Marriot's Female Conduct
John H. Sickles3/9/18013/10/1801Female Conduct
Henry Remsen, Jr.8/18/18018/20/1801Marriots F. Conduct
John Remsen9/25/180210/11/1802Female Conduct
John Mowatt12/23/180212/27/1802Female Conduct
Malcolm Campbell6/6/18036/11/1803Female Conduct
Silvester Robinson5/24/18056/19/180510dFemale Conduct
John Mowatt6/19/18057/12/1805Female Conduct
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