The young ladies miscellany or, youth's innocent and rational amusement. To which is prefixed, a short essay on the art of pronunciation, and the great Advantage arising from an Early Practice of it in Publick. Adorn'd with cuts. Written for the particular diversion and improvement of the young ladies of Mrs. Bellamy's school, in Old Boswel-Court, near Temple-Bar.

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Main Author: Bellamy, D. b. 1687.
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: London : printed by E. Say, for the author; and sold only by Mrs. Bellamy, at her School aforesaid; and Mrs. Wood, at the College, in Bury, in the County of Suffolk, MDCCXXIII. [1723]