1816.048: Boarding School for Young Ladies by Madame de Montcarel.
Full Title: Boarding school for young ladies, by Madame de Montcarel. Madame de Montcarel, although aware that respectable and well constituted schools for the instruction of young ladies, already exist in Richmond, is induced, by several considerations, to hope that a new establishment, for the same object, but on a plan recommended by features of utility peculiar to itself, will be liberally encouraged, proposes to open in this city, a female seminary, the outlines of which are stated below. … Richmond, 18th September, 1816.
Author: Montcarel, Madame de.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Shepherd & Pollard
Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; (broadside).
First recorded imprint of the new Shepherd & Pollard press; Shepherd was a son-in-law of former public printer Augustine Davis, and successor to Thomas Ritchie in that role.
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