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.
printed for E. H. and are to be sold by Absalom Chamberlain, over against the Cap and Feather, in White Cross-street, next to Old-street: removed from Swan-alley, in St. John-street,
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