The compleat servant-maid: or, The young maidens tutor Directing them how they may fit, and qualifie themselves for any of these employments. Viz. Waiting-woman, house-keeper, chamber-maid, cook-maid, under-cook-maid, nursery-maid, dairy-maid, laundry-maid, house-maid, scullery-maid. Whereunto is added a suppiiment [sic] containing the choicest receipts and rarest secrets in physick and chyrurgery; also for salting and drying English ham equal to Westphalia. The compleat market-man and market-woman, in buying fowl, fish, flesh, &c. and to know their goodness or badness in every respect, to prevent being cheated. Never before printed.
printed for Eben Tracy, at the Three Bibles on London-Bridge,
|Edition:||The sixth edition with additions.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
|Online Access:||Online version|
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