The New Century Standard Letter-writer: Business, Family and Social Correspondence, Love-letters, Etiquette, Synonyms, Legal Forms, Etc

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Application to act as a firms agent
39
Applying for a situation as matron in an asylum
40
Introducing a young man about to start in business
41
Recommending a bookkeeper formerly employed
42
Asking information concerning a clerk
43
Asking for an increase in Salary
44
Asking for a vacation
45
Excusing ones absence
46
Another letter from a commercial traveler
47
Resignation from a position
48
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49
Another order enclosing remittance
50
To a private party inclosing invoice
51
From a farmer shipping produce
52
From a farmer to a manufacturing concern 44 From ranchowners shipping cattle
53
Answer to the above with account sales 46 Complaining of delay in delivery of goods 47 Complaining of delay to a freight line agency 48 Answer to...
57
Credits and Business References e e e s
58
Answer to the above unfavorable
59
Asking a bank for confidential opinion
60
Answer to the above favorable e 6O 57 Answer to the above unfavorable 6O 58 Asking a lawyer for a confidential opinion
61
Inquiring as to business prospects
62
Asking settlement of account
63
Inclosing a remittance
64
Asking for time
65
F Business Notices e e 69 Dissolution of partnership e e e 70 Death of a partner
66
7I Change in the firm name 72 Recommending a successor
67
Notice of assignment
68
Chapter IISemiPrivate Business 74 A gentleman of leisure to his bank 75 A lady to her bank
69
To a landlord concerning repairs
76
Answer to the above
77
To a landlord complaining of neglect
78
Answer to the above 8O Making an offer for a furnished house 81 Asking a real estate firm to list a house
81
Asking for a list of houses for rent
82
Asking information about farms for sale
83
Asking housedecorators for an estimate
84
Asking for time to settle an account
85
Subscribing to a periodical enclosing amount
86
Claiming lost baggage
87
To a dressmaker about extravagant charges
88
To a dressmaker postponing payment of bill
89
To a tailor
90
9I Applying for a position as teacher 92 Recommending a teacher
92
To a lawyer about a claim
93
To a lawyer about a bill of costs
94
Chapter IIIPrivate Business 95 Asking a friend to make a purchase
95
Asking a friend to visit furnished houses
96
Asking a friend to engage rooms
97
Requesting the attendance of a lawyer
98
Requesting the attendance of a physician
99
Chapter IIITo and from Relatives Guardians etc
103
IOO Asking a physician for his bill IOI Concerning an unpaid note endorsed by the writer IO2 Requesting a loan from a friend IO3 Answer to the ab...
109
Chapter IVTo from and about Governesses Chaperons
110
Answer to the above
123
Answer to the above favorable 175 Answer to No 173 unfavorable 176 Proposal to a lady the writer never was introduced to I24 177 Answer to the ...
124
Answer to No 176 unfavorable I26 179 Proposal to a lady unaware of the writers intentions
126
Answer to the above favorable
127
Answer to No 178 unfavorable I27 182 Proposal to a lady to whom the writer showed marked attentions 183 Answer to the above
128
Asking a subscription to some charity
183
Answer to the above
184
Asking a lady to be godmother I85 277 Answer to the above
185
Asking a pastor to visit the writers sick mother
186
Asking a pastor to call at once I86 281 Asking for information from a minister
187
A gentleman sending a song to a young lady I88 285 Answer to the above I88 286 An elderly gentleman offering a young lady a present
188
Answer to the above
189
Proposal from widower to widow
190
Answer to the above
191
Proposal to a wealthy widow
192
I93 Answer to the above favorable 194 Answer to 192 unfavorable
194
Proposal from widower to young lady
195
Answer to the above favorable
196
Answer to No 195 unfavorable
197
inlaw
198
Condoling with a lady on her brothers death
200
Condoling with a young lady on her mothers death
201
Proposal from widower with grownup daughters 137
202
Answer to No 20 1 unfavorable
203
Asking a relative to attend a funeral
204
2e4 Asking a father for his daughters hand 205 Answer to the above favorable
205
Inviting a married couple to an informal dinner 2O6 325 Answer to the above acceptance
206
Another request to a father for his daughters hand
207
Answer to the above
208
Asking a fathers approval of his daughters engage ment to the writer
209
Answer to the above favorable
210
Asking a gentleman to recite at an afternoon tea 2 II
211
2II Answer to No 209 unfavorable I45 212 A gentleman asking his fathers approval of his engagement 6
212
Answer to the above
213
A young lady asking her guardian to approve her engagement
214
Answer to the above
215
Inviting a young lady to a dance 2I6 358 Answer to the above
216
A father asking to be told a gentlemans intentions 147
217
A father forbidding a gentleman to pay attentions to his daughter
218
Answer to the above
219
A father disapproving of a gentlemans attentions to his daughter I49 221 A mother announcing her daughters engagement 150
220
Postponing a dinnerparty on account of a death 22 I
221
Postponing a dance
222
A young lady announcing her engagement
223
How to Address in Writing the President of the United
224
A young lady congratulating a friend just engaged 151
225
A mother to her sons fiancée
226
Answer to the above
227
Congratulating a gentleman about his engagement 153
229
Chapter IIIBetween Engaged People I55 230 A gentleman on being first accepted
230
A gentleman recently engaged to his fiancée
231
A gentleman offering a present to his fiancée
232
Answer to the above
233
A lady to her fiancé
234
A gentleman to his fiancée
235
Answer to the above 158
237
Answer to the above
238
Asking his fiancée to name the
239
Answer to the above favorable
240
Answer to No 239 unfavorable
241
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