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The young husband : or, Duties of man in the marriage relation / by Wm A. Alcott, author of the Young Wife, Young Mother, Young Woman's Guide, House I Live in, &c, &c

Main Author: Alcott, William A. 1798-1859,
Related Names: Pelton, Oliver 1798-1882, engraver
Language(s): English
Published: ©1838
Boston : Strong & Brodhead, No. 1 Cornhill, 1849
Edition: Thirteenth stereotype edition
Subjects: Marriage.
Home.
Role.
Spouses.
Marriage.
Family life education
Marriage
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Note: Title vignette engraved by O. Pelton; frontpiece titled "There's no school like the family school" also engraved by O. Pelton
Title from second title page
Physical Description: 1 unnumbered leaf, 388 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : illustrations ; 18 cm
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