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Trials and Confessions of a Housekeeper

Timothy S. Arthur (1809-1885)

1. 01 – Intro and My Speculation in China Ware
2. 02 – Something About Cooks
3. 03 – Light on the Subject
4. 04 – Cheap Furniture
5. 05 – Is It Economy?
6. 06 – Living at a Convenient Distance
7. 07 – The Picked-Up Dinner
8. 08 – Who is Kris Kringle
9. 09 – Not at Home
10. 10 – Shirt Buttons
11. 11 – Pavement Washing in Winter
12. 12 – Regard for the Poor
13. 13 – Something More About Cooks
14. 14 – Not a Rag on their Backs
15. 15 – Curiosity
16. 16 – Housecleaning
17. 17 – Broiling a Lobster
18. 18 – The Strawberry Woman
19. 19 – Lots of Things
20. 20 – A Cure for Low Spirits
21. 21 – A Bargain
22. 22 – A Peevish Day and Its Consequences
23. 23 – Words
24. 24 – May Be So
25. 25 – The Poor Child Died
26. 26 – The Rival Bonnets
27. 27 – My Washerwoman
28. 28 – My Borrowing Neighbor
29. 29 – Experiences in Taking Boarders
30. 30 – Two Ways With Domestics
31. 31 – A Mother’s Duty

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Summary

Is housekeeping such a trial? Mrs. Smith thinks so and confesses all in this merry account of her escapades and near disasters!