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SARGEANT, Anne Maria   


  • Housemaid's complete guide
  • Subjects: housemaids,

    • 1. 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. By A.M. Sargeant. A new edition, carefully revised and corrected: and entered at Stationers' Hall.
      [1851]
      16.0 x 9.5 cm   Pp [i-iii] i [5] 6-72   6d  
      GB:   *OB  

      Date from preface.%This book is one of the series "Dean and Son's series of six-penny original useful books'.

    • 2. — [Another edition, [1854]]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat lists another edition as published London: [1854].

  • Maid-of-all-work's complete guide
  • Subjects: general servants,

    • 1. The maid-of-all-work's complete guide; being plain and accurate instructions for properly arranging and correctly performing the duties of a maid-of-all-work, in respectable families; including the most exact directions for every thing in the art of plain cookery, that her situation can require; and for washing, starching and the management of family and household linen. With a few other important instructions, and receipts, useful to families and servants. By A.M. Sargeant. A new and correct edition. Entered at Stationers' Hall.
      [1850]
      16.5 x 9.5 cm   Pp [i-iii] iv [5] 6-72   6d  
      GB:   *LB  

      Date from BMCat. With index.
      Binding: pink paper.
      This is one of the series "Dean and Son's series of six-penny original useful books'. The index, a preface to the second edition and a footnote to the third edition, place this work as the third, corrected edition.

    • 2. — [Title as [1850]]
      16.0 x 9.5 cm   Pp [i-iii] iv [5] 6-72   6d or 1s  
      GB:   *LB  

      Date from BMCat.
      Binding:Blue paper.
      The price is given as six-pence sewed or 1s bound in cloth. From a footnote reference it appears that this is the fourth edition.


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