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Household work; or, The duties of female servants : practically and economically illustrated, through the respective grades of maid-of-all-work, house and parlour-maid, and laundry-maid: with many valuable recipes for facilitating labour in every department; prepared for the use of the National and Industrial Schools of the Holy Trinity, at Finchley.

University of Leeds. Library
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[between 1870 and 1879?]

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London : Joseph Masters, [between 1870 and 1879?]

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x, 110 pages ; 15 cm.

Edition

Tenth edition.

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  • English


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