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Conversation I General Remarks. — Morning. — Advantages of Early Rising. — Habit Makes It Easy and Agreeable. — The First Morning Duty Private Devotion. — Morning the Best Time for Study. — For the Regulation of Household Affairs. — Settlement of Accounts. — Instruction of Children. — Much Time Saved by Sketching out a Regular Plan for the Business of the Day

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Conversation I Preliminary Sketch of the Obligations of Married Life

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Conversation I Principles of Conduct. — Their Importance and Influence in the Domestic Circle. — Sincerity. — Manœuvring, Pride, and Vanity. – Propriety in Conduct. — The Female Character is Irreparably Injured, When Suspicion Has been Once Attached to It. — Resignation. — Fortitude under Misfortunes. — Widowhood. — Old Age. — Making a Will

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Conversation I Servants. — Number. — Choice of. — Food of. — Management of. — Conduct to. — Indulgences to. — The Importance of Example in Fixing Their Moral and Religious Habits. — Suitableness of Dress in Servants. — Wages. — Gifts from Visitors. — Qualifications Required in a Housekeeper. — A Cook. — A Housemaid. — A Nursery Maid. — A Laundress. — A Footman. — A Porter. — Method of Hiring Servants, Whether from Private Families or from Register Offices. — Giving and Receiving Characters

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Conversation II Afternoon. — Occupations at Home. — Light Reading. — Drawing. — Music. — Light and Ornamental Needle-work. — Folly of Neglecting These Accomplishments in the Married State. — Occupations out of Doors. — Exercise. — Visiting. — Seeing Sights. — Shopping

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Conversation II On the Conduct to be Observed towards former Friends and Connections. — On the Formation of New Friendships. — Correspondence. — Confidence, &c.

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Conversation III Evening at Home, without Company, — Conversation — Work — Amusement. — At Home, with Company, — Music — Dancing — Games — Cards — Chess, Etc. — General Conduct When Visiting

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Conversation V On Temper, as Connected with Social Relationships towards a Husband, Children, Servants, and Society

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Conversation VI Forms of Visiting. — Morning Calls. — Dinner Parties. — Evening Parties

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Dialogue II Ann, Mrs. Trundle, Patty, Sarah, and Others

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No. II Conduct to the Husband

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Routledge Handbook on the Global History of Nursing

The Routledge Handbook on the Global History of Nursing brings together leading scholars and scholarship to capture the state of the art and science of…

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