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The accomplish'd female instructor


subjects: manners, confectionary, dyeing,

  • 1. The accomplish'd female instructor: or, a very useful companion for ladies, gentlewomen, and others. In two parts. Part I. Treating of generous breeding and behaviour; choice of company, friendship; the art of speaking well. etc. . . . Part II. Treating of making curious confectionaries, or sweetmeats, jellies, syrups, cordial-waters . . . to know good provisions, dye curious colours, whiten ivory . . . physical and chyrurgical [sic] receipts . . . and a great number of other useful and profitable things.
    London: printed for J. Knapton   1704
    16 cm   184 p.  
    GB:   LBL   LWML*  
    US:   DCLC   ICJ   ICN  

    1. The preface is signed 'R. G.'; and BMCat. (1961) lists the work under 'G., R.'