My book “Manners for Women” has met with such a kindly reception that I am encouraged to follow it up with the present little volume. Of a less practical character than the former, it yet follows out the same line of thought, and is the fruit of many years’ observation of my countrywomen in that home life for which England is distinguished among nations.

C. E. Humphry.

London, 1898.

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