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OUTLEDGE, WARNES, AND ROUTLEDGE.

ROUTLEDGE'S USEFUL LIBRARY,

In fcap. 8vo, price l».each, cloth limp, or boards,.unless expressed.
The great dearth of Book* of a thoroughly 'practical nature, suitable to
the wants of that numerous class who really wish to become acquainted
with common things, has induced the publishers to commence the
Useful Library.

1. A NEW LETTER WRITER, for the Use of Ladies and

Gentlemen; embodying letters on the simplest matters of life, and on various
subjects, with applications for Situations, &c.

2. HOME BOOK OF HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY; or, Do-

I mestie Hints for Persons of Moderate Income. Containing useful directions for
the proper Labours of the Kitchen, the House, the Laundry, and the Dairy.

3. LANDMARKS OF THE! HISTORY OF ENGLAND.

By the Rev. James White, Author of "The Eighteen Christian Centuries."

u. ed.

4. LANDMARKS OF THE HISTORY OF GREECE.

By the Rev. James White, Author of "The Landmarks of England." Is. 6d.

5. COMMON THINGS OF AFTER LIFE. A Home

Book for Mothers and Daughters. By Anne Bowman.

General Contents:—Household Economy and the Duties of a Wife and
Mother—the Laundry—the Nursery—Health, and the Means to preserve it-
Management of Simple Disorders—Clothes: how to Wear, Make, and pack them
—and last, not least, Home Education.

6. THINGS WORTH KNOWING. By Martin Doyle,

Author of "Rural Economy," "Small Farms," <kc., &c.

General Contents:—Information upon Home Employment—Food.: Meat—
Bread—Hunger aud Thirst—Water—Fermented Liquors—Habitations—Bodily
Exercise—Sports—Walking—Swimming— Tea— Coffee — Sugar — Soap — Indian
Corn—The Weather—Minerals— Medals—Gold~Silver—Mining—Money—Glass,
&c.—The Use and Abuse of, and the Culture of, Tobacco and Snuff.

7. LAW OF LANDLORD AND TENANT (The), with a

copious Collection of Useful Forms. By W. A. Holdsworth, Esq. (of Gray's
Inn), Barrister-at-Law.

8. LIVES OF GOOD SERVANTS. By the Author of

"Mary Powell"

9. HISTORY OF FRANCE, PROM THE CONQUEST OF

GAUL, BY THE ROMANS, TO THE PEACE OF PARIS, 1836. By Amelia
B. Edwards.

10. THE LAW OF WILLS, EXECUTORS, AND Ad-
Ministrators, with a Copious Collection of Forms. By W. A. Holds-
Worth, Esq. (of Gray's Inn), Barrister-at-Law.

London: ROUTLEDGE, WARNES, AND ROUTL.EQGE.

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