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The British workwoman out and at home

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Published by Hall, Smart, & Allen and Job Caudwell in London .
Written in English


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British Traveller; or, Commercial & Law Gazette United Kingdom London. British Weekly Mercury United Kingdom London. British Workman Sons of Toil United Kingdom London. British Workwoman Out and At Home United Kingdom London. Briton United Kingdom London. Brixton and Clapham Post United Kingdom. Read the full-text online edition of British Women Fiction Writers, - Vol. 1 (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, British Women Fiction Writers,

The book has been rebound in leather, the old embroidered back quite done away with, and the worked sides pulled away from their original boards and ruinously flattened out on the new ones. After the Felbrigge Psalter no other embroidered binding has been preserved till we come to one dating about , which is in satin, and will be described. Books should be back in stock by mid-June. Please order after that date. (Or you can probably get books sooner from your independent bookstore or Amazon.) Free Shipping on retail sales within the USA. Home Work is our sequel to Shelter and Brand: Shelter Publications.

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