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your Lady may be convinced of your Obedi. ence to her Orders.
C H A P. XI.
DIRECTIONS to the DAIRY-MA-ID.
ATIGUE of making Butter ! Put fcald
ing Water in your Churn, although in Summer, and churn clofe to the Kitchen-fire, and with Cream of a Week old.
Keep Cream for your Sweet-heart. .
CH A P. XII.
DIRECȚIONs to the CHILDRENS-MAID,
Fa Child be fick, give it whatever it want
eth to eat or drink, although particularly forbid by the Doctor ; for what we long for in Sickness, will do us good; and throw the Phyfick out of the Window. The Child will love you the better, þut bid it not tell. Do. the same for your Lady when the longeth for any Thing in Sickness, and engage it will da her Good.
If your Mistress cometh to the Nursery, and offereth to whip a Child, snatch it out of her Hands in a Rage, and tell her she is the cruellest Mother you ever faw; she will chide,
but love you the better. Tell the Children Stories of Spirits, when they offer to cry, &c,
Be fure to wean the Children, &c,
CHA P. XIII.
lame it, be sure never confess it, &c. and if it dieth all is safe.
Contrive to be with Child as soon as you can, while you are giving Suck, that you may be ready for another Service, when the Child you nurse dieth, or is weaned.
CHA P. XIV,
DIRECTIONS to the LAUNDRESS.
F you finge the Linen with the Iron, rub
the Place with Flour, Chalk, or white Powder ; and, if nothing will do, wash it fo long, until it be either not to be seen, or torn to Rags.
About tearing Linen in Washing.
your Linen is pinned on the Line, or on a Hedge, and it raineth, whip it off, although you tear it, &c.
But the Place for hanging them, is on young Fruit Trees, especially in Blossom ; the Linen cannot be torn ; and the Trees give them a fine Smell.
CH A P. XV,
DIRECTIONS to the HOUSE-KEEPER.
OU must always have a favourite Foot
you can depend upon ; and order him to be very watchful, when the fecond Course is taken off, that it be brought fafely into your Office, that you and the
have a Tit-Bit together.
c H A P. XVI.
DIRECTIONS to the TUTORESS, or
GOVERN ES S.
A Y the Children have fore Eyes ; Miss
Betty won't take to her Book, &c. Make the Miffes read French and English Novels, French Romances, and all the Comedies written in King Charles II. and King William's Reigns, to foften their Nature, and make them tender-hearted.
their Brethren the DISSENTERS.
WRITTEN in the STYLE of a Roman CATHOLICK.
Printed in the Year MDCCLII.
N the Years 1732, and 1733, an Attempt
was made for repealing the Test Act in Ireland, introductory of a like Attempt in England. The various Arguments for it were anfwered in every Shape ; but no Way more effectually than by examining what Pretence the Presbyterians had to share
in all the Privileges of Government, either from their own Principles and Behaviour, or compared with those of other Sectaries. Under the former Head they were fully silenced by our Author, in The Presbyterians Plea of Merit impartially examined. They are now put in the Ballance with Papists, whom, although they have sometimes styled their Brethren in Adversity, yet, when placed in Competition, they will hate as Brethren likewise. But let them here dispute the Preference, and then put in their Claim to be a part of the Establishment,