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How the lady-help taught girls to cook and be useful
How the | lady-help taught girls | to | cook and be useful | by | Mrs. Warren | author of | "How I Managed My House on >200 a Year," | "How I Managed My Children from Infancy to Marriage," | "My Lady-help and What She Taught Me," | "The Way It is Done," | etc., etc., etc.
London: Houlston and Sons; 1879
18.5 x 12.5 cm Pp 2 publ ad, [i] blank, [i-iii] iv [v] vi,  8-96, [i] blank, 3 publ ad [1s on binding] Yellow paper covered boards with scene on front of several girls around a kitchen table being instructed by a seated woman, and a man standing
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On the title-page only a single closing quotation-mark follows "Marriage," where double quotation-marks should appear.
The preface is signed "Eliza Warren." The text is in the form of a narrative. Mrs Warren begins by recalling details of the plot of her earlier work, "My lady-help and what she taught me". The story in this book is a continuation of the tale of Miss Severn and describes her teaching cookery to young girls.