The new female instructor; or, Young woman's guide to domestic happiness : being an epitome of all the acquirements necessary to form the female character, in every class of life: with examples of illustrious women. To which are added, advice to servants; a complete art of cookery, and plain directions for carving: also, a great variety of medicinal and other useful receipts in domestic economy; and numerous interesting articles, forming a complete storehouse of valuable knowledge.

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[1825?]
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London : printed for Thomas Kelly, [1825?]

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vi, 528 pages : plates, illustrations ; 22 cm

Notes

With additional engraved title-page, dated 1822, reading "The female instructor; or young woman's guide to domestic happiness ..."
Preface dated 1818
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This material has been provided by The University of Leeds Library. The original may be consulted at The University of Leeds Library.

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