A Present for a Servant-Maid: Or, the Sure Means of Gaining Love and Esteem. ... To which are Added Directions for Going to Market; Also, for Dressing Any Common Dish ... With Some Rules for Washing, Etc. [By Mrs. Eliza Haywood.]
George Faulkner, 1744 - 74 pages
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