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Haywood, Eliza. A present for a servant-maid: or, the sure means of gaining love and esteem. Under the following heads. Observance. Avoiding sloth. Sluttishness. Staying on Errands. Telling Family Affairs. Secrets among Fellow-Servants. Entring into their Quarrels. Tale-Bearing. Being an Eye-Servant. Carelessness of Children. Of Fire, Candle, Thieves. New Acquaintance. Fortune-Tellers. Giving saucy Answers. Liquorishness. Apeing the Fashion. Dishonesty. The Market Penny. Delaying to give Change. Giving away Victuals. Bringing in Chair-Women, Wasting Victuals Quarrels with Fellow-Servants. Behaviour to the Sick. Hearing Things against a Master or Mistress. Being too free with Men Servants. Conduct toward Apprentices. Mispending Time. Publick Shews. Vails. Giving Advice too freely. Chastity. Temptations from the Master. If a single Man. If a married Man. If from the Master's Son. If from Gentle men Lodgers. To which are Added, Directions for going to Market, Also. For Dressing any Common Dish, whether Flesh, Fish, or Fowl. With some Rules for Washing, &c. The Whole calculated for making both the Mistress and the Maid happy.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 23891, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/23891. Accessed 2024-06-13.

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  author={Haywood,Eliza},
  year={1743},
  title={A present for a servant-maid: or, the sure means of gaining love and esteem. Under the following heads. Observance. Avoiding sloth. Sluttishness. Staying on Errands. Telling Family Affairs. Secrets among Fellow-Servants. Entring into their Quarrels. Tale-Bearing. Being an Eye-Servant. Carelessness of Children. Of Fire, Candle, Thieves. New Acquaintance. Fortune-Tellers. Giving saucy Answers. Liquorishness. Apeing the Fashion. Dishonesty. The Market Penny. Delaying to give Change. Giving away Victuals. Bringing in Chair-Women, Wasting Victuals Quarrels with Fellow-Servants. Behaviour to the Sick. Hearing Things against a Master or Mistress. Being too free with Men Servants. Conduct toward Apprentices. Mispending Time. Publick Shews. Vails. Giving Advice too freely. Chastity. Temptations from the Master. If a single Man. If a married Man. If from the Master's Son. If from Gentle men Lodgers. To which are Added, Directions for going to Market, Also. For Dressing any Common Dish, whether Flesh, Fish, or Fowl. With some Rules for Washing, &c. The Whole calculated for making both the Mistress and the Maid happy.},
  publisher={Thomas Gardner \& },
  address={London},    }

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