The female instructor, or Young woman's companion : being a guide to all the accomplishments which adorn the female character, either as a useful member of society - a pleasing and instructive companion, or a respectable mother of a family. With many pleasing examples of illustrious females. To which are added, a select system of cookery, the art of preserving and pickling, brewing, making wines, family recipes, the management of poultry, dyeing, &c. Directions to servants of every description.
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London : printed at the Caxton Press, by Henry Fisher, and sold by all the booksellers, 
560 pages : plates ; 21 cm
With additional engraved title-page bearing imprint: Liverpool, Fisher & Dixon, 1817. Actual title-page has imprint: London: Fisher, [n.d.]
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