The mirror of the graces;
or, The English lady's costume; combining and harmonizing taste and judgment, elegance and grace, modesty, simplicity and economy, with fashion in dress ... with useful advice on female accomplishments, politeness and manners ... offering also the most efficacious means of preserving beauty, health and loveliness ...
by a lady of distinction ...
|Related Names:||Lady of distinction.|
New-York: Published by I. Riley, C. Wiley, printer, 1813.
Women > Women / Health and hygiene.
Women > Women / Conduct of life.
Shaw and Shoemaker 29177.
xxi, , 226 p.
4 col. plates.
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