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DIRECTIONS TO SERVANTS IN GENERAL; And in particular to The BUTLER, COOK, FOOTMAN, COACHMAN, GROOM, HOUSE-STEWARD, and LAND-STEWARD, PORTER, DAIRY-MAID, CHAMBER-MAID, NURSE, LANUNDRESS, HOUSE-KEEPER, TUTORESS, or GOVERNESS.
By the Reverend Dr. SWIFT, D.S.P.D.
I have a Thing in the Press, begun above twenty-eight Years ago, and almost finish'd: It will make a Four Shilling Volume; and is such a PERFECTION OF FOLLY, that you shall never hear of it, till it is printed, and then you shall be left to guess. Nay, I have ANOTHER OF THE SAME AGE, which will-require a long Time to perfect, and is worse than the former; in which I will serve you the same Way. Letters to and from Dr. Swift &c. Lett. LXI. alluding to POLITE CONVER- SATION and DIRECTIONS TO SERVANTS.
LONDON: Printed for R. DODSLEY in Pall-Mall, and M. COOPER, in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCXLV. [Price One Shilling and Six Pence.]