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The Women of England, Their Social Duties and Domestic Habits.

by Mrs. Ellis

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Fisher, Son & Co, London.no date (circa 1839).. Hardback.. Black and White illustrations. Leather spine and corners, with marbled boards. G+: Covers rubbed; some pages stained or foxed. Tight.



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