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The ladies' most elegant and convenient pocket book for the year 1815. Embellished with a view of the cottage of The Royal Humane Society, in Hyde Park. Containing, among a great variety of useful articles, the following: the necessary pages for engagements, memorandums, and expenses, ruled in a more plain and familiar manner than any yet adapted for the use of the ladies; a correct list of the public offices in London and Westminster; country dances for 1815; new songs, sung at Vauxhall, &c.; new Hackney coach fares; rates of Hackney chairmen; watermen's rates; marketing tables; table of expenses. Preview this item
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The ladies' most elegant and convenient pocket book for the year 1815. Embellished with a view of the cottage of The Royal Humane Society, in Hyde Park. Containing, among a great variety of useful articles, the following: the necessary pages for engagements, memorandums, and expenses, ruled in a more plain and familiar manner than any yet adapted for the use of the ladies; a correct list of the public offices in London and Westminster; country dances for 1815; new songs, sung at Vauxhall, &c.; new Hackney coach fares; rates of Hackney chairmen; watermen's rates; marketing tables; table of expenses.

Author: E Newbery; Whittingham and Rowland.; W. J. and J. Richardson (Firm); Scatcherd and Letterman.
Publisher: London : Printed by Whittingham and Rowland, Goswell Street; for E. Newbery; W. J. and J. Richardson, and Scatcherd and Letterman [1815].
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Almanacs
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E Newbery; Whittingham and Rowland.; W. J. and J. Richardson (Firm); Scatcherd and Letterman.
OCLC Number: 320634866
Notes: Illustrations: Folding frontispiece engraving, "Cottage in Hyde Park in which Drags &c. are kept for the recovery of Drowned persons"; additional frontispiece engraving, "Morning Dress."
Description: 144 p., [2] leaves of plates : ill. ; 12 cm.
Responsibility: Compiled at the request of several ladies of quality.

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