Exercises for ladies
Donald Walker
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An edition of Exercises for ladies (1837)

Exercises for ladies

calculated to preserve and improve beauty and to prevent and correct personal defects, inseparable from constrained or careless habits : founded on physiological principles

2nd ed. : with great additions and improvements as well as original communications from Madam Dulcken on the proper seat at the pianoforte, from Mr. Bochsa on the proper seat at the harp, from Mr. Schulz on the proper seat at the guitar, &c. &c. &c
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This edition was published in by Thomas Hurst in London.

Written in English

306 pages

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Exercises for ladies: calculated to preserve and improve beauty and to prevent and correct personal defects, inseparable from constrained or careless habits : founded on physiological principles
1837, Thomas Hurst
in English - 2nd ed. : with great additions and improvements as well as original communications from Madam Dulcken on the proper seat at the pianoforte, from Mr. Bochsa on the proper seat at the harp, from Mr. Schulz on the proper seat at the guitar, &c. &c. &c

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Exercises for ladies

calculated to preserve and improve beauty and to prevent and correct personal defects, inseparable from constrained or careless habits : founded on physiological principles

2nd ed. : with great additions and improvements as well as original communications from Madam Dulcken on the proper seat at the pianoforte, from Mr. Bochsa on the proper seat at the harp, from Mr. Schulz on the proper seat at the guitar, &c. &c. &c

This edition was published in by Thomas Hurst in London.


Edition Notes

Added t.p., engraved

Some of the plates incorrectly numbered

Another issue of the 2nd edition, same year, lacks half-title and advertising matter; but the plates are numbered correctly

Advertising matter: p. [289]-306

Classifications

Library of Congress
GV439 .W18 1837a

The Physical Object

Pagination
xxxvi, 306 p., [36] leaves of plates :
Number of pages
306

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL14999874M
LC Control Number
22005943

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