Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
Domestic science / the science of domestic economy and hygiene treated experimentally. By Thomas Cartwright, B.A., B.Sc. (Lond.) late lecturer in physiography to the Birkbeck Institution, Chancery Lane, E.C. / lecturer in chemistry to the Middlesex County Council. With numerous illustrations.
18.0 x 12.0 cm Pp [iii-vii] viii  10-215 illus
GB: LBL *OBL
Binding: green cloth.
One of "Nelson's school & science series'. The author aims to teach domestic science through a series of practical experiments as he explains in the preface: "The author entreats the teacher who uses these books to insist on the girls working all the experiments with their own hands. His experience with girls has taught him that they soon become adepts at manipulation, and that they are not one whit behind boys in their power of grasping the truths that the experiments are intended to make manifest. Hence he advises... that the simple experiments described should be performed by every girl, who will certainly more firmly grasp the fundamentals of Domestic Economy by practically proving with her own hands their reality'.
[An edition, 1900
The BMCat lists another issue in three parts as being published London: T. Nelson & Sons 1900.