Ward and Lock's home book

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Contents

Sideboard Uses of the 373
29
Horn Headdress
43
Complexion and Feature Beauty
45
Arabian or Halftester Bedstead 271
52
Table Taste at
56
Mounts for Pictures
60
Complexion in relation to dress
63
1009
64
Hostess Duties of a in the Country 1227
68
Arch Origin of the 19
73
House Best Aspects for a
77
1532
79
Complexion To restore after exposure
82
Death Apparent From Drowning
87
Tables List of Varieties
88
House Finishing the
90
Concrete Composition
95
Cardboard Embroidery over
96
Concrete Mode of Building
105
Dressing and Washing Babies 644
107
Salt Cellars Notes on 603
108
1166
111
184
119
Mourning Etiquette of 1252
120
Sienese Ware of Benedetti 434
121
House Properly socalled 10
125
Net Darning on Method of 1507
132
House Value of a 55
135
Carpet surrounding
147
Carpets Different kinds
157
Hair Arrangement of the 865
160
Dressingroom and Bedroom Furniture 909
168
Carpets History
179
Samplers Utility of 1583
190
Sink Uses of a 464
193
Carpets Kidderminster
194
Artistic Homes
199
Hair Auburn To Dress
202
Sixpence The Vanishing 1720
207
Carpets Prices of different kinds
216
Parquetry Solid M 344
222
184
226
Skating Hints for 1950
252
Housemaids and Butlers Pantry
268
1297
290
Sandwich Case 1496
297
Houses Dwelling Different Sizes of
298
331
299
Patterns Tracing for Embroidery 1612
300
Economical Housewife
309
N
315
1634
321
How When and Where A Game 1674
326
Hair Combings of useful
336
199
337
Oak for Building Purposes 140
342
1644
346
Sarcasm and Positiveness to be Avoided 1267
353
Scarlet Fever Treatment
365
Carriage Exercise Notes
367
9
376
Schoolroom Furniture
383
Games in the Water 1943
388
Dressingtable Modern Gothic
389
1787
390
Photographs and Heliogravures
402
Scullery or Back Kitchen
411
Garden The Home 442
412
Pianoforte Advantages of the
416
Children and what to do with them
417
Case for Sandwiches
430
Designs Needlework Hints on Adapting 1645
435
Pianos Different Kinds of
440
3
481
Drinks Cooling and other
486
Illuminating at Home
500
Drying and Settling of Houses 176
509
Ottoman Seat of 232
521
Talks on the Toilet
523
859
524
_ 6
530
Imitation Stained Glass
532
886
540
Overclothing Hurtful to Children
560
Impressions First Importance
583
761 817
587
Detached Semi detached and Attached
591
a 143
614
Dumb Waiters Uses of
615
Modern Etiquette
619
1874
646
Jackets Ladies Outdoor To Make
657
II94
658
Diaphanie Vitremanle c 358
660
Lace Point at South Kensington 15x9
661
Land Acquirement of on Lease 69
679
1220
686
Lemon or Orange Drink 773
692
3
695
Home Needlework
711
Diarrhoea in Children To Cure 663 751
735
Ear Abscess in the
741
Kidderminster Carpets
743
Toothache and Earache in Children
745
Earache and Toothache in Children
749
Diet Childrens Errors in 601
758
Topics Controversial to be Avoided 1368
766
Home Dressmaking and Millinery
777
Letter Proposal of Marriage by 1135
780
Ear Foreign Bodies in the
787
Kindergarten System
794
Lift Smoke The Game of 1789
795
1438
799
Fancy Needlework
809
Chloride of Uses of
813
Earl of Coventry The Game of 1700
818
Education When to Commence
835
379
845
Garden Walks Edgings c 80
846
Toys for Children
847
xs6S
853
87
866
Art Needlework
877
Tracing and Transferring Patterns 1613
883
Egg The Dancing 1712
894
Our Leisure Hours
899
783
900
Electric and Pneumatic Bells 195
902
Elevations and Plans of a House 126
912
Gas and Gas Fitting 364
919
Eruhing the Hair useful
928
1763
934
Engravings Proofs of 400
952
1721
956
S 5
961
Picture Gallery Designs for a 104
964
Fabrics suited for Art Needlework X596
982
365
991
Painting Face and Cosmetics
993
Costume Colour as applied
996
Pictures Unpleasant 404
1003
Country House Lif Routine
1015
Head Infants Need of Keeping Cool 675
1019
Architecture Tudor Peculiarities of 22
1031
14
1032

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