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The dictionary of merchandize, and nomenclature in all languages, for the use of counting houses. Containing the history, places of growth, culture, use, and marks of excellency, of such natural productions as form articles of commerce; with their names in all European languages
- Kauffman, C. H.
The young woman's companion in all her social relations, embracing practical instructions in plain and ornamental needlework, letter writing, sick room management, dress and clothing, house furnishing, gardening, etiquette, and every other variety of household economy in the nursery, kitchen, and parlour with copious notes of the months, complete history of domestic manufactures, moral and religious readings in prose and poetry and four hundred golden rules of life.
- University of Leeds. Library
A complete history and development of all the extraordinary circumstances and events connected with the murder of Mr. Weare : together with the trial at large, including speeches of counsel, examination of evidence, defence, &c. &c. : a faithful picture of all the fashionable "modern hells" and "black-legs" of the metropolis with sketches of the principal individuals who frequent them, whether in the character of "Greeks" or "pigeons" : an exposition of the frauds practised, the immense sums won and lost, and the calamitous events to which this system of nefarious villany has in many instances led : comprising most curious and highly interesting details, furnished from original and authentic sources, with a view to deter the young and unwary novice from this vortex of vice and misery : the whole forming a genuine series of gambling biography.
- Great Britain. Assizes (Hertford)
The household oracle : a popular referee on subjects of household enquiry : including: - house building, buying and renting; house furnishing and decoration; housekeeping and domestic cookery; plain and fancy needlework; home farming, gardening, medicine; law; an epitome of the history of the world and the growth of the human family; the formation of our mother tongue and the rules of English grammar; a dictionary of religions; stepping stones of English history and a sketch of the English constitution setting forth the rights, privileges and duties of the English householder parochial, municipal, imperial; the story of the calendar, standards of weights and measures; arithmetical tables and tables of interest and a ready reckoner; household amusements, games, chess, cards and other indoor games, dancing, swimming, etiquette, ...
- Miles, Alfred H. 1848-1929.
The book of household management : comprising information for the mistress, housekeeper, cook, kitchen-maid, butler, footman, coachman, valet, upper and under house-maids, lady's maid, maid-of-all-work, laundry-maid, nurse and nurse-maid, monthly, wet, and sick nurses, etc. etc. also, sanitary, medical, & legal memoranda with a history of the origin, properties, and uses of all things connected with home life and comfort
- Beeton, Mrs. 1836-1865.
Brand's lunacy case : a full report of this most interesting and extraordinary investigation including copious animadversions on the principal actors in this drama : to which are added may [i.e. many] other important and highly affecting cases, together with the history of the horrors practised in private mad-houses, and the frightful power delegated to the mad-doctors of the 19th century, with the number of pauper lunatics in England : the late Lord Chancellor, and Mr. Sugden : the author's reply to Councellor [sic] Austen : extracts from Observations on insanity, comprising the symptoms & treatment of that malady
- Dunne, Charles.
Catalogue of a valuable and interesting assemblage of autograph letters, historical documents and records, illustrative of English history : to which are added some others of much interest, collected by the Very Reverend Dr. Jeremiah Milles, Dean of Exeter, and President of the Antiquarian Society, deceased 1784 : also autograph letters of celebrated musicians and composers, vocalists, actors, actresses, &c. : which will be sold by auction, by Mr. S. Leigh Sotheby, at his house, 3, Wellington Street, Strand, on Tuesday, April 25th, 1843, at one o'clock, precisely.
- Sotheby, Samuel Leigh, 1805-1861.