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Harris, Mrs. Jo [Gertrude Marie]:
Mother, Child, and Home. A Problem of Today.

Lowestoft, F.Robinson & Co, n.d. [1914]. Presumed first edition. viii, 147pp, plus a guarded portrait frontis. With a foreword by the Rector of Lowestoft. In original green cloth binding, upper board lettered in gilt: cloth mottled and bubbling. Some staining to endpapers. Contents clean, binding firm. Very uncommon. Good.

Price: 25.00


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Lady Kitty Vincent:
Good Manners.

London: Hodder and Stoughton, n.d. [1924]. First edition. 222pp. Some tanning to endpapers, page edges foxed, page surfaces clean and unmarked. 'Good Manners, says Lady Kitty Vincent, 'are the pneumatic tyres on the motor-car of life.' Firm, in the original binding of bright blue cloth titled in gilt. Spine bright, corners sharp, boards with some pale marks. In protected dust jacket, foxed and tanned, with some wear to edges. Nice copy of a title scarce in any edition. Very Good.

Price: 80.00


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The Matron of Cow and Gate:
The Toddler.

n.d. [1952]. Presumed first and only edition. 59pp, illustrated with photographs and line drawings, printed in sepia and pale blue. Unused Enquiry Form at back. Stapled booklet in lovely condition, charmingly produced and packed with sensible advice. 'Robin' is used throughout as the toddler's name in the scenarios described, this being the name of the writer's own child. All very clean, but with a knock near base of spine, otherwise a fine copy. Very Good+.

Price: 28.00


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