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Domestic Management; or, Hints on the Training and Treatment of

Children and Servants. By Mrs. Charles Doig. (W. P. Nimmo.)—This is an excellent book of its kind, a handbook to family life which will'do much towards promoting comfort and happiness. We must apologize for not entering into details, but as soon as we had read the book we sent it to the "Wife on Her Travels," in order that she might learn from it how to keep Colin and his caudave sorores in order. This may seem to be a joke, but it is meant seriously. The parish of Wands- worth will certainly he grateful to us for anything that will tame those unruly parishioners, and if any one is equal to such a task it will he Mrs. Doig. We cannot well give her higher praise. She fully deserves what we have given her.