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The Resource The royal academy of complements. Wherein is set forth, a new packet of letters erected for ladies, gentlewomen, courtiers, gentlemen, scholars, souldiers, citizens, country-men, and all persons of what degree soever of both sexes, viz : Complemental expressions towards men and women; leading to the art of courtship. 1. A tender of service to a King. 2. A tender of service to a Queen. 3. Respects from an honourable Lady to a Queen. 4. A fair young virgin to an old rich miser, whom her guardian did design should wed her. 5. A gentlemans request to his friend, to borrow money. 6. A gentleman to his friend, that sent to borrow money. 7. A virgin to her parents, that would have matched her to one whom she cannot love. 8. A courteous lass to her paramour, who had gotten her with child. 9. A husband to his lascivious wife. 10. A wife to her extravagant husband! 11. Civilities from one lady to another. 12. The forsaken maid, to her treacherous friend. 13. One ladies advice to another near marriage. 14. A gentleman to his lady, upon his urgent occasion to taking a journey. Composed by the most refin'd wits of this age, (electronic resource)

The royal academy of complements. Wherein is set forth, a new packet of letters erected for ladies, gentlewomen, courtiers, gentlemen, scholars, souldiers, citizens, country-men, and all persons of what degree soever of both sexes, viz : Complemental expressions towards men and women; leading to the art of courtship. 1. A tender of service to a King. 2. A tender of service to a Queen. 3. Respects from an honourable Lady to a Queen. 4. A fair young virgin to an old rich miser, whom her guardian did design should wed her. 5. A gentlemans request to his friend, to borrow money. 6. A gentleman to his friend, that sent to borrow money. 7. A virgin to her parents, that would have matched her to one whom she cannot love. 8. A courteous lass to her paramour, who had gotten her with child. 9. A husband to his lascivious wife. 10. A wife to her extravagant husband! 11. Civilities from one lady to another. 12. The forsaken maid, to her treacherous friend. 13. One ladies advice to another near marriage. 14. A gentleman to his lady, upon his urgent occasion to taking a journey. Composed by the most refin'd wits of this age, (electronic resource)

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The royal academy of complements. Wherein is set forth, a new packet of letters erected for ladies, gentlewomen, courtiers, gentlemen, scholars, souldiers, citizens, country-men, and all persons of what degree soever of both sexes, viz : Complemental expressions towards men and women; leading to the art of courtship. 1. A tender of service to a King. 2. A tender of service to a Queen. 3. Respects from an honourable Lady to a Queen. 4. A fair young virgin to an old rich miser, whom her guardian did design should wed her. 5. A gentlemans request to his friend, to borrow money. 6. A gentleman to his friend, that sent to borrow money. 7. A virgin to her parents, that would have matched her to one whom she cannot love. 8. A courteous lass to her paramour, who had gotten her with child. 9. A husband to his lascivious wife. 10. A wife to her extravagant husband! 11. Civilities from one lady to another. 12. The forsaken maid, to her treacherous friend. 13. One ladies advice to another near marriage. 14. A gentleman to his lady, upon his urgent occasion to taking a journey. Composed by the most refin'd wits of this age
Title
The royal academy of complements. Wherein is set forth, a new packet of letters erected for ladies, gentlewomen, courtiers, gentlemen, scholars, souldiers, citizens, country-men, and all persons of what degree soever of both sexes, viz
Title remainder
Complemental expressions towards men and women; leading to the art of courtship. 1. A tender of service to a King. 2. A tender of service to a Queen. 3. Respects from an honourable Lady to a Queen. 4. A fair young virgin to an old rich miser, whom her guardian did design should wed her. 5. A gentlemans request to his friend, to borrow money. 6. A gentleman to his friend, that sent to borrow money. 7. A virgin to her parents, that would have matched her to one whom she cannot love. 8. A courteous lass to her paramour, who had gotten her with child. 9. A husband to his lascivious wife. 10. A wife to her extravagant husband! 11. Civilities from one lady to another. 12. The forsaken maid, to her treacherous friend. 13. One ladies advice to another near marriage. 14. A gentleman to his lady, upon his urgent occasion to taking a journey. Composed by the most refin'd wits of this age
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
EUX
Citation location within source
R2099A
Citation source
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Conduct of life
  • Courtship
  • Husband and wife
  • Conduct of life
  • Courtship
  • Husband and wife
  • England
Target audience
general
Label
The royal academy of complements. Wherein is set forth, a new packet of letters erected for ladies, gentlewomen, courtiers, gentlemen, scholars, souldiers, citizens, country-men, and all persons of what degree soever of both sexes, viz : Complemental expressions towards men and women; leading to the art of courtship. 1. A tender of service to a King. 2. A tender of service to a Queen. 3. Respects from an honourable Lady to a Queen. 4. A fair young virgin to an old rich miser, whom her guardian did design should wed her. 5. A gentlemans request to his friend, to borrow money. 6. A gentleman to his friend, that sent to borrow money. 7. A virgin to her parents, that would have matched her to one whom she cannot love. 8. A courteous lass to her paramour, who had gotten her with child. 9. A husband to his lascivious wife. 10. A wife to her extravagant husband! 11. Civilities from one lady to another. 12. The forsaken maid, to her treacherous friend. 13. One ladies advice to another near marriage. 14. A gentleman to his lady, upon his urgent occasion to taking a journey. Composed by the most refin'd wits of this age, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A
  • Date of publication from Wing CD-ROM, 1996
  • MS. note on title page: 21. Jan: 1687/6
  • Reproduction of original in the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[16] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access may be restricted to authorized University of Edinburgh users
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0037000097
System control number
  • (OCoLC)606944833
  • (OCoLC)ocn606944833
Label
The royal academy of complements. Wherein is set forth, a new packet of letters erected for ladies, gentlewomen, courtiers, gentlemen, scholars, souldiers, citizens, country-men, and all persons of what degree soever of both sexes, viz : Complemental expressions towards men and women; leading to the art of courtship. 1. A tender of service to a King. 2. A tender of service to a Queen. 3. Respects from an honourable Lady to a Queen. 4. A fair young virgin to an old rich miser, whom her guardian did design should wed her. 5. A gentlemans request to his friend, to borrow money. 6. A gentleman to his friend, that sent to borrow money. 7. A virgin to her parents, that would have matched her to one whom she cannot love. 8. A courteous lass to her paramour, who had gotten her with child. 9. A husband to his lascivious wife. 10. A wife to her extravagant husband! 11. Civilities from one lady to another. 12. The forsaken maid, to her treacherous friend. 13. One ladies advice to another near marriage. 14. A gentleman to his lady, upon his urgent occasion to taking a journey. Composed by the most refin'd wits of this age, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A
  • Date of publication from Wing CD-ROM, 1996
  • MS. note on title page: 21. Jan: 1687/6
  • Reproduction of original in the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[16] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access may be restricted to authorized University of Edinburgh users
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Stock number
CL0037000097
System control number
  • (OCoLC)606944833
  • (OCoLC)ocn606944833

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