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Barnard, John. A present for an apprentice: Or, A sure guide to gain both esteem and estate. With rules for his conduct to his master, and in the world. Under the following heads, lying, dishonesty, fidelity, temperance, excess of all kinds, government of the tongue, other peoples quarrels, quarrels of one's own, affability, frugality, industry, value of time, company, friendship, bonds and securities, recreations, gaming, company of women, horse-keeping, proper persons to deal with, suspicion, resentment, complacency, tempers and faces of men, irresolution and indolence, caution in setting-up great rents fine shops, servants, choice of a wife, happiness after marriage, domestick quarrels, house-keeping, education of children, politicks, religion. By a late Lord Mayor of London.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25076, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25076. Accessed 2024-02-22.

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  author={Barnard,John},
  year={1741},
  title={A present for an apprentice: Or, A sure guide to gain both esteem and estate. With rules for his conduct to his master, and in the world. Under the following heads, lying, dishonesty, fidelity, temperance, excess of all kinds, government of the tongue, other peoples quarrels, quarrels of one's own, affability, frugality, industry, value of time, company, friendship, bonds and securities, recreations, gaming, company of women, horse-keeping, proper persons to deal with, suspicion, resentment, complacency, tempers and faces of men, irresolution and indolence, caution in setting-up great rents fine shops, servants, choice of a wife, happiness after marriage, domestick quarrels, house-keeping, education of children, politicks, religion. By a late Lord Mayor of London.},
  publisher={Francis Coggan [Cogan] \& },
  address={London},    }

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