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More, Hannah, Gregory, John, Pennington, Sarah, de Courcelles, Anne Thérèse de Marguenat, Chapone, Hester Mulso, Swift, Jonathan, Moore, Edward. The Lady's pocket library. Containing, 1. Miss More's Essays. 2. Dr. Gregory's Legacy to his Daughters. 3. Lady Pennington's Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Daughters. 4. Marchioness of Lambert's Advice of a Mother to her Daughter. 5. Mrs. Chapone's Letter on the Government of the Temper. 6. Swift's Letter to a Young Lady Newly Married. 7. Moore's Fables for the Female Sex.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 16077, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/16077. Accessed 2024-02-23.

@book{ wphp_16077
  author={More,Hannah and Gregory,John and Pennington,Sarah and de Courcelles,Anne Thérèse de Marguenat and Chapone,Hester Mulso and Swift,Jonathan and Moore,Edward},
  year={1794},
  title={The Lady's pocket library. Containing, 1. Miss More's Essays. 2. Dr. Gregory's Legacy to his Daughters. 3. Lady Pennington's Unfortunate Mother's Advice to her Daughters. 4. Marchioness of Lambert's Advice of a Mother to her Daughter. 5. Mrs. Chapone's Letter on the Government of the Temper. 6. Swift's Letter to a Young Lady Newly Married. 7. Moore's Fables for the Female Sex.},
  publisher={Mathew Carey [121 Chesnut Street]},
  address={Philadelphia},    }

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