The Art of courtship; or, The School of delight. Containing amorous dialogues, complemental expressions, poems, letters and discourses upon sundry occasions, relating to love and business: Pleasant new songs, and directions for courtship and behaviour: And rules for carving flesh, fish, fowl; and cutting up pastry: Also to distinguish the best pieces, and decently to serve a table after the most modish and courtly manner. : With other delightful and profitable things, necessary for the accomplishment of all persons. : To which is added, the significance of moles, in any part of the body, in relation to good and bad fortunes. : As likewise, the interpretation of dreams, as they presage happiness or unhappiness to men and women, in all stations and conditions. : Very profitable and advantageous to all persons.
Printed by J.M. for J. Back, at the Black Boy on London-Bridge,
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