Punch,  41 (1861), 55.

Servants and Their Schooling



Essay, Drollery


Education, Domestic Economy, Physical Geography, Astronomy, Instruments

    Upholding the need for well-educated servants, insists that domestic skills such as needlework and cooking are more important to servants than 'the knowledge of Geography' and 'the use of the Telescope'.

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