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The young woman's companion: or, frugal housewife. Containing the most approved methods of pickling, preserving, potting, collaring, confectionary. Managing and colouring foreign wines and spirits [etc.] 
Year: 1813 
Call No: 640 YOU 
Wives as they were, and maids as they are. A comedy, in five acts. Performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Inchbald. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1797 
Call No: Writers' Sequence INC 
'A strong smell of brimstone' : the solicitors and attorneys of Bristol 1740 to 1840 
Year: 1999 
Call No: 340.092 LYE 
A Complete System of Cookery, on a plan entirely new; consisting of every thing requisite for cooks to know in the kitchen business . . . By John Simpson Late Cook To The Most Noble The Marquis Of Buckingham . . . 
Edition: 2nd ed. 
Year: 1807 
Call No: 641.5 SIM 
Éducation des filles / par Monsieur l'Abbe de Fénelon. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Volume: 1 v. ; 12 mo. 
Year: 1687 
Call No: 371.822 FEN 
Essays in Rhyme, on Morals and Manners. By Jane Taylor, Author Of "Display: A Tale." And One Of The Authors Of "Original Poems For Infant Minds," "Hymns For Infant Minds," &c. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1825 
Call No: Writers' Sequence TAY 
Harriet Martineau's autobiography. / with a new introduction by Gaby Weiner 
Year: 1983 
Call No: Writers' Sequence MAR 
Peacock "at home;" a sequel to The butterfly's ball / written by a lady and illustrated with elegant engravings. 
Year: 1807 
Call No: Writers' Sequence DOR 
Retrospect of western travel / by Harriet Martineau, author of "Society in America," "Illustrations of political economy," etc. In two volumes. 
Year: 1838 
Call No: 910.4 MAR 
The Drummonds of Charing Cross 
Year: 1967 
Call No: 332.12 BOL