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STEPPING-STONES TO THRIFT.
LONDON: WARWICK HOUSE, SALISBURY SQUARE, E.C.
NEW YORK: 10, BOND STREET.
PLEASURES AND INCITEMENTS OF THRIFT
Erroneous Notions-Pleasure and Self-denial- Discipline in Self-denial-Pleasuru
in Saving-Money for Sweets-Perpetual Enjoyment-Hatred of Discipline - Power
of Thrift-Successful Men-The Stephensons-A Shilling a Day-Thirst for Know-
ledge-Cobbling, Courting, and Calamity-A Fresh Start-Tempted to Emigrate--
Struggles for Education-The Turning-Point-Stephenson's Lamp-The Dawn vit
the Railway Idea – Stephenson's First Railway-The Prince of Engineering-The
Hand of Death--Small Details-Simplicity of Character-An Only Child-Influence
of Wives-Charles Dickens's Sentiments-Richard Whittington-No Children r.
Large Families-Guy's Hospital-Turning Leisure to Profit - William Fairbairn-
Michael Faraday-William Shaw Lindsay-Flaxman, the Sculptor-Homely Thrift
--Nail Making-The Foley Peerage-Keeping in the Rut-George Moore-Selling
his Coat off his Back-Obscure Prosperity-Tickling the Fancy-Modest Opportu-
nities–Enduring Patience-The Prosperity of Middle Age-Example of Lord Bca-
THRIFT FOR GIRLS
Spoiled Children-Expectations of Marriage-Day Dreams-Wholesome Disappoint-
ments--Self Help-Women's Ignorance-Piano-Playing-Specific Teaching and
Learning - Household Duties—Thriftless Homes-Contempt for Domestic Duties –
Homes of Mill Hands-Restrictions upon Women's Work-A Noble Example-A
Wife for a Fortune--Girls in Mechanical Trades-Unsavoury Homes-Shop Girls-
Living upon Bread-and-Butter and Tea-Dressy Occupations - Necessitous Earn.
ings – Customers of Cookshops – Perpetual Emergency-Liberty for Women-
Working Daughters and Uuemployed Sons-The Latter End of the Parsonses--
Domestic Subjection - Making Money v. Making Homes — Unpractised Letter.
Writing-Half-Educated Girls - Innocent Blundering-Encouragement for Profi.
ciency-Wayward Tempers-Advantages of Discipline-Young Ladies in Drapers'
Shops-Good and Bad Houses-Political Economy in a Fix-Light Employments
and Hard Work-Good Living v. Semi-Starvation-Caution to the Thoughtless-
Governesses — Private Teaching-Unfit Teachers-Preliminary Training-More
Candidates than Places-School Teachers-Literary Occupations-NecessaryGenius
-Domestic Usefulness-Bar-Girls - Bar-Maids-Needlework-Domestic Training-
Egotism of Women-Scarcity of Good Servants-Employers of Servants-Shifting
for Themselves-Effects of Living in One Room-Domestic Service-Country Ser.
vants — Responsibilities of Mothers -- Homely Inducements-Certainty of Good
Employment-Servants' Wages and Savings-Good Training-Cleanliness and
Order-Girls in Factories and Workshops.