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WARREN, Mrs. [Eliza].
How I Managed My Children from Infancy to Marriage.

pp. 4, vi, (7)-100, 5-8 Advertisement end-papers [contiuously paginated front and back]. Publisher's limp cloth, fully printed, front cover with an old crease, a little rubbed and faded, but a good copy.

*Rather scarce - COPAC records Cambridge, Leeds and British Library. Part of the series 'Books for Wives, Mothers, or Daughters'. PREFACE : 'Matrimony to a young girl often presents the fairest prospects of earthly happiness..... When such a girl becomes a Mother her helplessness is painful to witness.... To young Mothers requiring help this book may be of some assistance.......'. As doubtless it was, covering every imaginable requirement from measles, croup, teething, cold bathing, promoting obedience, education for girls, the Female School of Art in Queen Square to life insurance and the need for a building society mortgage, not forgetting cooking, baking and brewing.

Houlston and Wright. London.

Date Published: 1865. Twentieth thousand [on front cover].

Stock No. 58951

Price: 45.00