The Lady of the Manor. Being a Series of Conversations on the Subject of Confirmation. Intended for the Use of the Middle and Higher Ranks of Young Females. [With Plates.], 3. köide
F. Houlston&Son, 1825 - 293 pages
This is the third volume of Mary Martha Sherwood's The Lady of the Manor. The book was intended to instruct young women on how to lead devout lives.
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