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Mary Collyer

Letters from Felicia to Charlotte; containing a series of the most interesting events, interspersed with moral reflections; chiefly tending to prove that the seeds of virtue are implanted in the mind of every reasonable being. By Mr. Collyer. In two volumes.

London: Printed for Harrison and Co. No 18, Paternoster Row, 1788.
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Letters from Felicia to Charlotte; containing a series of the most interesting events, interspersed with moral reflections; chiefly tending to prove that the seeds of virtue are implanted in the mind of every reasonable being. By Mr. Collyer. In two volumes. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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Colonel Melancton Smith6/10/18006/10/1800Felicia to Charlotte
David Moses7/15/18007/22/1800Felicia to Charlotte
John Duryie7/26/18007/29/1800Felicia to Charlotte
Henry Remsen8/9/18008/12/1800Felicia to Charlotte
Moses B. Seixas8/19/18008/26/1800Felicia to Charlotte
Gillian Cornell10/7/180010/15/1800Felicia to Charlotte
John Stoutenburgh11/20/180012/2/1800Felicia to Charlotte
Robert Hunter12/17/180012/19/1800Felicia to Charlotte
William Holms1/7/18011/20/1801Felicia to Charlotte
John Ireland1/30/18011/31/1801Felicia to Charlotte
Joseph Williams2/10/18012/11/1801Felicia to Charlotte
Christian Schultz2/14/18012/16/1801Felicia to Charlotte
Theophilius Brower2/26/18013/10/1801Felicia to Charlotte
Judah Zuntz3/11/18013/13/1801Felicia to Charlotte
John Myers5/16/18015/18/1801Felicia to Charlotte
Peter Vandervoort6/6/18017/11/1801Felicia to Charlotte
Matthew Lasher7/23/18018/4/1801Felicia to Charlotte
Patrick Houstoun8/26/18018/28/1801Felicia to Charlotte
Edmund Seaman10/31/180111/2/1801Felicia to Charlotte
Manuel Myers11/7/180111/23/1801Felicia to Carlotte
Benjamin A. Egbert1/28/18022/5/1802Felicia to Charlotte
Archibald Robertson2/12/18022/13/1802Felicia to Charlotte
Joseph Williams4/20/18024/24/1802Felicia to Carlotte
James Davidson9/27/180210/5/1802Felicia to Charlotte
Charles White2/7/18032/8/1803Felicia to Charlotte
James Cockroft2/7/18032/8/1803Felicia to Charlotte
Jeremiah Hill3/3/18033/9/1803Felicie to Charlotte
Jeremiah Hill4/16/18034/18/1803Felecia to Charlotte
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