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Sargeant, A[nne] M[arie]
The Housemaid's Complete Guide and Adviser: or, The Best and Most Easy Methods of Arranging and Performing All the Business of the Housemaid, in Respectable Families. Describing the Duties of Her Situation, the Work Which is Required to be Done, and Directing the Proper Way, As Well As the Proper Time, for Doing it.
Dean and Son, London, 1854. 72 pages. 16 x 10.5 cm. An in-depth instructional guide with advice on domestic duties - morning to night, both large and small concerns, when and how these duties should be carried out as well as special occasion tasks - always keeping in mind the various members of the household while being invisible to those you serve. The author conveys the differences between the cook-maid and the maid-of-all-work.Anna Marie Sargeant (1809/10-1852) was a contributor to the publications Chambers' Journal and The Belle Assemblée and wrote an assortment of poems, children's lessons, and moral essays. Binding extremities worn with soiling and a handful of chips and tears. Spine perished. A good copy of a scarce, fragile work. Publisher's illustrated paper wrappers. Good [Attributes: Soft Cover]
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