1834 Woman in Her Social and Domestic Character
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Early Edition, Leather Binding
This nineteenth century work is addressed to women, 'Of course, the authoress has written exclusively for her own sex; and to them she respectfully commit her little book.' and comprises of thirteen chapters regarding the life of women. With chapters on female influence, religion to women, female defects, female romance, education and duties, this tract is a guidebook to help the nineteenth century woman lead her best life. The fourth edition of this work. This work was first issued in 1831 in England. Written by Elizabeth Sandford. A fascinating work by this domestic moralist, which highlights the typical 'traditional' role of women in the nineteenth century.
In a diced calf binding. Externally, generally smart with patches of rubbing to the spine and to the extremities. Minor tidemark to the front joint. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean.
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