Publisher Description

Now that you are going a little more into the world; I will take this occasion to explain my intentions as to your future expenses, that you may know what you have to expect from me, and make your plan accordingly. I shall neither deny nor grudge you any money, that may be necessary for either your improvement or your pleasures: I mean the pleasures of a rational being. Under the head of improvement, I mean the best books, and the best masters, cost what they will; I also mean all the expense of lodgings, coach, dress; servants, etc., which, according to the several places where you may be, shall be respectively necessary to enable you to keep the best company.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
1773
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
195
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
152.5
KB

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