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STACPOOLE, Florence   


See also: Domestic economy.

  • Book of simple remedies
  • Subjects: medical compendium,

    • 1. A book of simple remedies for common ailments. [In two parts]
      [1907]

    • 2. — Part I.
      13.0 x 9.0 cm   Pp [iii-iv] ads, [v-vi] vii-ix [x] [1] 2-79 [80], [i- iv] ads  

    • 3. — Part II.
      13.0 x 9.0 cm   Pp [i-ii] ads, [iii-vi] [1] 2-80, [i-vi] ads  
      GB:   LB   *ORS  

      Date from BMCat.
      Binding: illustrated stiff paper.

  • Advice to women
  • Subjects: maternal health,

    • 1. Advice to women on the care of the health before, during and after confinement.
      1892
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-4] ads, [i-iii] iv [1] 2-134   [1s on cover]  
      GB:   *ORS  

      Binding: white paper.

    • 2. — Advice to women on the care of the health before, during and after confinement with hints on the care of the new-born infant. By Florence Stacpoole// diplom#1ee of the London Obstetrical Society, and lecturer to the National Health Society//author of "Our sick, and how to take care of them", etc. Third edition, revised and greatly enlarged.
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-v] vi-viii [1] 2-184, [i-xii] publ ads  
      GB:   LB   *ORS  

      Binding: brown cloth.

    • 3. — [Fourth edition, 1906]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists a fourth edition, enlarged, as published London: Cassell & Co 1906.

    • 4. — [Another edition, 1917]
      US:   DCL  

      The NUCat lists another edition, revised from the fifth London edition to conform to American practice by Lydia E. Anderson, as published New York and London: Funk & Wagnalls Company 1917.
      General comments: An earlier American edition was published in New York in 1893, but was not published in Britain.

  • Every-day ailments
  • Subjects: medical compendium,

    • 1. ["Every-day ailments', [1896]]
      [1896]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists an edition of "Every-day ailments and how to treat them. With hints on accidents and sudden illnesses', as published London: Walter Scott [1896].

  • Care of little children
  • Subjects: infant care, working-class,

    • 1. The care of little children. By Florence Stacpoole, diplom#1ee of the London Obsetrical Society, lecturer on the staff of the National Health Society, and lecturer for the Councils of Technical Education. Author of "Advice to women on the care of their health, before, during and after confinement;' "Our sick and how to take care of them'; "The care of sick children;' "A working woman's day;' "Hints to district visitors;' "A talk with young mothers;' etc. etc.
      [1898]
      16.0 x 10.0 cm   Pp [1-3] 4-16   [2d on cover]  
      GB:   *LB  

      Date from BMCat.
      Binding: blue paper.

  • Home doctor
  • Subjects: medical compendium,

    • 1. ["The home doctor', [1895]]
      [1895]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists an edition of "The home doctor: a household guide for use in illness' as published Paisley: A. Gardner [1895].

  • Mother's book
  • Subjects: children,

    • 1. ["The mother's book', [1912]]
      [1912]
      GB:   LB   ORS  

      The BMCat lists an edition of "The mother's book on the rearing of healthy children' as published London: Wells Gardner & Co [1912].

  • One hundred things
  • Subjects: children,

    • 1. ["One hundred things', 1910]
      1910
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists an edition of "One hundred things a mother should know. "Home Chat's" book of nursery management', as published London: Amalgamated Press 1910.

  • Our sick
  • Subjects: nursing,

    • 1. ["Our sick', 1892]
      1892
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists an edition of "Our sick and how to take care of them; or plain teaching on sick nursery at home, etc.' as published London: Cassell & Co 1892.

    • 2. — [Third edition, 1894]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists a third edition as published London: Cassell & Co 1894.

  • Handbook of housekeeping
  • Subjects: compendium, thrift,

    • 1. Handbook of housekeeping for small incomes. By Florence Stacpoole, diplom#1ee of the London Obstetrical Society; Lecturer to the National Health Society, and for the Councils of Technical Education.
      [1898]
      18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-vii] viii [9] 10-439 [440] [i] ii-iii [iv] [i] ii-iv [i] ii [i] ii [i] ii, [1-18] ads  
      GB:   LB   LoEN   *OB  

      Date from BMCat.
      The book is in the following sections: economical housekeeping, economical cookery, the care of infants and young children, everyday ailments and invalid feeding. There is a separate index for each section, which explains the unusual pagination. Florence Stacpoole's advice is intended for middle-class young women setting up home.

  • Healthy home
    • 1. ["A healthy home', 1905]
      1905
      GB:   LoEN  

      The BMCat lists an edition of "A healthy home and how to keep it', in two parts, as published London: Wells Gardner & Co 1905

  • Thrifty housekeeping
  • Subjects: thrift,

    • 1. ["Thrifty housekeeping', [1898]]
      [1898]
      GB:   LB destroyed   LoEN  

      The BMCat lists an edition of "Thrifty housekeeping' as published London: Walter Scott [1898]


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