20 MARCH 1880, Page 23

A Sequel to Ladies' Work : How to Sell It.

By Zeta. (Hatchards.) --A very sensible little volume, admirable not only for the hints which it gives, but for the plain-speaking with which it tells people what kind of work is, and what is not, worth doing. A great part of the products which ladies expect to sell is absolutely valueless, and if it is ever bought, is bought only from a not very judicious charity. But there is work for even unskilled fingers to do, and " Zeta's" little book will be a very good " shilling's-worth " for all who would like to

sk-now about it.