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Browse All : A guide to ladies, gentlewomen and maids: containing directions of behaviour, in all places, companies, relations, and conditions, from their childhood down to old age: viz. As children to parents. Scholars to governours. Single to servants. Virgins to suitors. Married to husbands. Huswifes to the house. Mistresses to servants. Mothers to children. Widows to the world, and as prudent to all. With letters and discourses upon all occasions, with several tales, and the ladies farewell. Whereunto is added, a guide for cook-maids, dairy-maids, chamber-maids, and all others that go to service: the whole being exact rules for the female sex in generall. By Hannah Woolley.

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A guide to ladies, gentlewomen and maids: containing directions of behaviour, in all places, companies, relations, and conditions, from their childhood down to old age: viz. As children to parents. Scholars to governours. Single to servants. Virgins to suitors. Married to husbands. Huswifes to the house. Mistresses to servants. Mothers to children. Widows to the world, and as prudent to all. With letters and discourses upon all occasions, with several tales, and the ladies farewell. Whereunto is added, a guide for cook-maids, dairy-maids, chamber-maids, and all others that go to service: the whole being exact rules for the female sex in generall. By Hannah Woolley.
A guide to ladies, gent...
1668
W3278.5
plate facing leaf A2 re...
 
Source Creator
Woolley, Hannah, active 1670, author.
Source Title
A guide to ladies, gentlewomen and maids: containing directions of behaviour, in all places, companies, relations, and conditions, from their childhood down to old age: viz. As children to parents. Scholars to governours. Single to servants. Virgins to suitors. Married to husbands. Huswifes to the house. Mistresses to servants. Mothers to children. Widows to the world, and as prudent to all. With letters and discourses upon all occasions, with several tales, and the ladies farewell. Whereunto is added, a guide for cook-maids, dairy-maids, chamber-maids, and all others that go to service: the whole being exact rules for the female sex in generall. By Hannah Woolley.
Source Created or Published
1668
Source Call Number
W3278.5
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