History of letter-writing, from the earliest period to the fifth century.

London, W. Pickering, 1843.

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Subjects Greek letters -- History and criticism.
Latin letters -- History and criticism.
Description xxi, 700 p. 22 cm.
Contents -- Origin and primitive history of letter-writing. -- of the mechanism and materials of letter-writing. -- Of pens, pencils and ink. -- Of the forms of ancient letters. -- Convelyance by posts. -- Letters attribluted to Phalaris. -- Pythagorean correspondence. -- Spurious Greek epistles. -- Genuine heathen Greek epistles. -- Early letter-writing among the Romans. -- Letters to Cicero from his friends. -- Letters of Cicero to his friends. -- Letters of Augustus Caesar. -- Letters of Seneca. -- Letters of the younger Pliny. -- letter-writing from the time of Pliny to the time of Philostratus. -- Letter-writing from the time of Philostratus to the time of Libanius. -- Letter-writing from the time of Libaniun to the time of Sidonius Apollinaris.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00611857
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