A Present for an Apprentice (d. 1769)
“To gain both Esteem and an Estate; with RULES for his Conduct to his Master, and in the World.” This piece was written 'By a late Mayor of London' and is an excellent guide for the proper conduct of aan apprentice bound to a Master. Covering all sorts of behavior such as; Government of the tongue, Family issues, Ill-natured jests, Affability, Frugality and more and more. Great insight to the life of an early tradesman's career.
Binding: Pamphlet sewn.