1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated

1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated

1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated
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Topics Discussed/Illustrated in this Book (Partial Only, See Full Contents Below): Bright and Happy Homes Peter Parley Jr. Antique Victorian Guide Book Victoriana Americana Domestic House Home Household Daily Life Family Personal Social Etiquette Good Manners Domestic Servants Personal Appearance Aesthetics Dress Attire Comportment Decorum Courtesy Charm Conversation Conduct Weddings Marriage Husband Wife Lady Ladies Death Mourning Religion Prayer Heaven Prayers Poetry for the Home Children Child Baby Nursery Rearing Education Entertaining Parlor Games Amusements Hobbies Old Fashioned Pastimes Music Piano Organ Singing Hobbies Arts and Crafts Tableaux Magic Magician Tricks Sleight of Hand Legerdemain Ventriloquism Carpentry Wood Working Stenciling Clay Modeling Waxwork Flowers Science Chemistry Pneumatics Aerostatics Mechanics Hydraulics Experiments Optical Illusion Experiments Mathematics Paradoxes Puzzles Feats Fancies Mirrors Camera Obscura Magic Lantern Phantasmagoria Ghost Thaumatrope Phantasmascope Macrame Lace Wood Engraving Drawing Wood Carving Beautiful Ornaments Ornamenting Lawn Tennis House Cleaning Household Hints Recipes Receipts Wax Works. BRIGHT AND HAPPY HOMES. A HOUSEHOLD GUIDE AND COMPANION, Containing The Choicest Treasures of Wisdom, Instruction, Amusement and Devotion; Original and Selected, Embracing Marriage, The Home, Husband and Wife, Father and Mother, The Children, The Government of the Home, The Etiquette of the Home, The Aesthetics of the Home, Education in the Home, The Home and the School, The Home and the College, Amusements in the Home, Technical Instructions in the Home, Religion in the Home, Sickness in the Home, Death in the Home, Home and Heaven. Also a Manual of Amusing Experiments in Chemistry and Natural Philosophy, Fascinating Arithmetical Questions and Puzzles, Entertaining Games, and Sleight-of-Hand Performances for the Play Room and The Parlor. Instruction for Young People in the Use of Wood-Working tools, with Specific Directions for Making Articles of Beauty and Utility. By Peter Parley, Jr. 10 x 8 cloth hardcover decorated in black and gilt. Condition: GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION. The exterior retains an attractive appearance as seen in photos. Light wear at corners and spine ends. Text block firm and secure. Text is clean and complete. No torn, loose or missing pages. Handwritten gift inscription (a bit grandiose) inside front cover, also an earlier owner’s ink stamp on blank prelims. Personalizations aside, a nice example of this very rare Victorian title. This is a rare guide to Victorian domestic life, household etiquette, personal appearance and comportment, weddings, child-rearing and education, entertaining, parlor games, and even detailed how-to instructions for period handcrafts such as carpentry, stenciling, clay modeling, waxwork and more. Also, as befits any Victorian book worth its salt, there is also advice on how to deal with death and mourning. It is a veritable treasury of Victorian Americana. Along with practical advice and instruction for the Victorian lady (manners, social situations, how to deal with servants, etc), it also contains detailed instructions on parlor games, magic tricks or sleight of hand, chemistry experiments, fancy work such as macramé lace even carpentry and wood engraving projects for boys and waxwork flower-making for girls. The book features a beautiful binding adorned with gilt and black decoration characteristic of gift books of the 1880s. Inside, the pages are Elegantly Illustrated with numerous steel engravings and sketches, many full-page in size. No human names thrill and stir us like the lyric names of Child, Mother and Home. None contain such a wealth of affection, or such elements of tender remembrance. None bind us so closely to the law of duty, and the law of love. None bring heaven so near, and make it so real. No work therefore can be more important than an earnest and well-directed effort to make the Homes of our country truly Bright and Happy. It is a task worthy of an angels powers. One infinitely higher than the angels, consecrated all true conjugal love, by his presence at the marriage in Cana, and gladdened the home at Bethany by tarrying within it. The very fact that so many books have been written upon the various phases of the Home question, attests the dignity and interest of the subject. The author and editor of this volume has gleaned from many inviting fields a large portion of the material for a work, which in many particulars has never been attempted, I think, before. He has aimed to make it express an epitome of human life. He has connected the Grave with the Gay, Instruction with Amusement, Business with Relaxation, Government with Freedom, Authority with Indulgence, Devotion with Secular Affairs. And the Home above with the Home below. The Topics under which the accumulated riches of thought and expression have been arranged are fruitful in suggestiveness. They have been sufficiently amplified to make the work a Thesaurus of household wisdom. A considerable portion of the book has been devoted to technical and manual instruction, which has been conveyed in a plain, explicit manner, by minute directions and ample illustrations. It has been the evident aim of the author to make the work intensely practical and its bearings upon the conduct and management of the Home, by presenting and illustrating principles, which are capable of specific, continuous and beneficial application. In order to give you the most accurate description of this handsome 125-year-old volume, I have provided some helpful details below, starting with a thorough summary of the books contents. Further down the page, you can see some of the beautiful Victorian engravings from the book. I hope youll take a few moments to have a look. Chapter One Marriage: The Marriage Relation What the Husband Should Be What the Wife Should Be Marriage Presents Wife and Lady The Civil Aspect of Marriage For the Wedding Night. Chapter Two The Home: Our Homes Model Homes Happiness in the Home. Chapter Three The Children: Children Boys The Charm of Childhood The Baby Susceptibility of Childhood Brothers and Sisters That Boy. Chapter Four The Government of the Home: Family Government Homes the Earliest and Most Influential of Schools Governing Children The Moral Discipline of the Home Parental Authority. Chapter Five The Etiquette of the Home: Manners Politeness Courtesy The Value of Civility Conversation Receiving Guests Introductions Visiting Attention to the Aged. Chapter Six The Esthetics of the Home: Dress Advice to Young Ladies The Fit of the Dress The Harmony of Colors Art at Home and Abroad Propriety in a Gentlemans Dress. Chapter Seven The Occupations of the Home: What Shall the Children Do The Work of the House Learning to Sew, etc. Chapter Eight Education in the Home: Books and Characters Education of Daughters Home Culture The Affections in the Home The Unfolding Mind. Chapter Nine The Conduct of the Home: Hospitality Mistress and Servant House Cleaning Moving Stated Allowance to the Wife. Chapter Ten The Home and the School: What to Do With Our Boys American Girls The Study of Nature Sex In Mind The Royal Road to Learning Home Education at School Mental Powers in Boys and Girls Right Education Needed A Teachers Dream. Chapter Eleven The Home and the College: The Origin and Aim of the College Self-Taught Men and the College Our Colleges The Government of the College Insubordination Self-Assertion Seeking Popularity Politeness. Chapter Twelve Amusements in the Home. By Henry Ward Beecher: Amusements Not Self Indulgence True Amusement Amusements Necessary to Life Make Home Attractive Love of Relaxation by Eminent Men Home Recreations Tableaux Formation of Tableaux Subjects for Tableaux Charades Music in the Home The Piano in the Home Singing Do Not Refuse to Sing Singing and Talking The Organ in the Home. Chapter Thirteen Sleight of Hand: Sleight of Hand The Flying Dime Another Method The Beads and Strings To Get a Ring Out of a Handkerchief To Tie a Knot in a Handkerchief Which Cannot Be Drawn Tight The Three Cups The Old Man and His Chair Tie A Handkerchief Round Your Leg, and Get It Off Without Untying the Knot The Magic Bond To Tie a Knot on the Left Wrist, without Letting the Right Hand Approach It The Handcuffs The Cut String Restored To Pull a String Through a Buttonhole The Cut String Restored The Knot Loosened To Put Nuts in Your Ear To Crack Walnuts in Your Elbow To Take Feathers Out of an Empty Handkerchief The Knotted Handkerchief Houdins Nut Trick Conjuring a Ring The Erratic Egg The Obedient Dime A Capital Trick at the Dinner Table The Prisoner Released The Double Meaning The Three Spoons The Jugglers Joke To Cause Wine and Water to Change Places Is It Possible? A Cork Stratagem The Impossible Omelet New Perpetual Rotary Motion The Miraculous Apple An Omelet Cooked in a Hat, over the Flame of a Candle The Infallible Prophet Philosophy Deceived The Disappearing dime Performances Requiring Special Apparatus The Die Performance The Penetrative Cents The Doll Trick The Vanished Five Cent Piece The Restored Document The Magic Rings The Fish and Ink Trick The Cannon Balls The Dime in the Ball of Cotton The Egg and Bag Performance The Dancing Egg The Burned Handkerchief Restored The Fire Eater The Egg Box The Globe Box The Magic Funnel The Magic Bottle The Bottle Performance The Magic Dime To Change a Five Cent Piece for a Dime Description of the Magicians Table Wymans Gun Trick The Hatched Bird The Apple and Orange Trick Enchanted Coin as Performed by Professor Wyman Mysterious Coin, or How to Make Silver Dollars Pass Through a Window Glass, a China Plate, a Table and Fall into the Hand Professor Wymans Great Performance of the Egyptian Fluids, or Impossibilies Accomplished The Magicians Snow Ball One of the Fakir of Avas Feats The Magnetized Cane Professor Wymans Mode of Performing the Egg Bag Trick Cure for Troublesome Spectators. Chapter Fifteen Experiments in Chemistry: Experiments on Combustion Potassium Crystallization of Metals Beauties of Crystallization To Crystallize Camphor Crystallized Tin Crystals in Hard Water Varieties of Crystal A Liquid Changed to a Solid and Heat from Crystallization A Solid Changed to a Liquid and Intense Cold from Liquefaction Magic of Heat Sublimation by Heat Heat Passing Through Glass Metals Unequally Influenced by Heat Inequality of Heat in Fire Irons Spontaneous Combustion Expansion of Metal by Heat Evaporation of a Metal A Floating Metal on Fire Ice Melted by Air Magic Inks Chameleon Liquids The Magic Dyes Splendid Sublimation Wine Changed into Water Two Colorless Transparent Liquids Become Black and Opaque Two Colorless Fluids Make a Colored One Change of Color by Colorless Fluids To Change a Blue Liquid to White Restoration of Color by Water Veritable Black Tea Two Liquids Make a Solid Two Cold Liquids Make a Hot One A Solid Opaque Mass Makes a Transparent Liquid Quintuple Transmutation The Same Agent May Produce and Destroy Color Union of Two Metals without Heat Magic Breath Two Bitters Make a Sweet Visible and Invisible To Form a Liquid from two Solids The Spectral Lamp Curious Change of Colors The Protean Light The Chameleon Flowers To Change the Colors of Flowers Changes of the Poppy To Change the Color of a Rose Light Changing White into Black Colored Flames The Visibly Growing Acorn Orange Colored Flame Emerald Green Flame Instantaneous Flame To Cool Flame by Metal Proof That Flame is Hollow To Hold a Hot Tea Kettle on the Hand Incombustible Linen The Burning Circle Water of Different Temperatures in the Same Vessel Warmth of Different Colors Substitute for Fire Laughing Gas Flame from Cold Metals Phosphorous in Chlorine Magic Vapor Gas from the Union of Metal Camphor Sublimed by Flame Green Fire Brilliant Red Fire Silver Fire Purple Fire The Fiery Fountain Combustion Without Flame Combustion of Three Metals To Make Paper Apparently Incombustible Heat Not to Be Estimated by Touch Flame Upon Water Rose Colored Flame Upon Water To Set a Mixture on Fire With Water Waves of Fire on the Water Water from the Flame of a Candle Formation of Water by Fire Boiling upon Cold Water Currents in Boiling Water Hot Water Lighter than Cold Expansion of Water by Cold The Cup of Tantalus Artificial Fire Balls To Melt Steel as Easily as Lead To Tell a Lady if She Is In Love An Egg Put Into a Phial To Astonish a Large Party Test Papers Infinite Divisibility of Matter. Chapter Sixteen Interesting Experiments in Pneumatics and Aerostatics: Weight of the Air Proved by Bellows The Pressure of Air Shown by a Wine Glass The Air Pump Elasticity of the Air To Prove That Air Has Weight To Prove Air Elastic Air in the Egg The Descending Smoke The Mysterious Circles The Soundless Bell The Air Balloon The Floating Fish How to Make an Air Balloon How to Fill a Balloon How to Make Fire Balloons The Mysterious Bottle Caoutchouc Balloons Parachutes. Chapter Seventeen Experiments in Optics: Light as an Effect Retraction The Invisible Coin Made Visible The Multiplying Glass The Prism Bullocks Eye Experiment A Natural Camera Obscura The Camera Obscura Painting on the Slides The Magic Lantern To Exhibit the Magic Lantern Effects of the Magic Lantern The Phantasmagoria How to Raise a Ghost Dissolving Views The Bird in the Cage The Thaumatrope Construction of a Phantasmascope Curious Optical Illusion. Chapter Seventeen Interesting Experiments in Mechanics: Experiment of the Law of Motion To Cause a Cylinder to Roll by Its Own Weight Up Hill The Prancing Horse To Make a Carriage Run in an Inverted Position without Failing The Balanced Stick The Self-Balanced Pail To Make a Dime Turn on Its Edge on the Point of a Needle To Lift a Bottle with a Straw The Dancing Pea The Tripod Resistance of Sand Obliquity of Motion The Bridge of Knives. Chapter Eighteen Interesting Experiments in Hydraulics: The Pump The Hydraulic Dancer The Syphen To Empty a Glass Under Water The Water Snail, or Archimedian Screw The Bottle Ejectment. Chapter Nineteen Paradoxes and Puzzles: The Chinese Cross The Divided Garden The Parallelogram The Vertical Line Puzzle The Endless String The Three Rabbits The Accommodating Square The Circle Puzzle The Cardboard Puzzle The Button Puzzle The Quarto Puzzle The Puzzle of Fourteen The Square and Circle Puzzle The Scale and Ring Puzzle The Heart Puzzle The Cross Puzzle The Card Puzzle The Yankee Square Three-Square Puzzle The Cylinder Puzzle The Four Tenants The Puzzle Wall The School Girls The Horse Shoe Puzzle The Card Square Puzzle of the Two Feathers The Dog Puzzle The Triangle Puzzle Cutting Out a Cross Another Cross Puzzle The Fountain Puzzle The Puzzle of the Stars The Counter Puzzle The Japan Square Puzzle The Cabinet Makers Puzzle The String and Balls Puzzle Arithmetical Puzzlem The Tree Puzzle An Epitaph on Ellinor Bachelor, an Old Pye Woman A Curious Letter A Puzzling Inscription The Puzzling Rings Moving the Knight Over All the Squares Alternately Another Method The Chinese Puzzle Trouble-Wit. Chapter Twenty Answers to Practical Puzzles. Chapter Twenty-Two Outdoor Games Lawn Tennis. Chapter Twenty-Three The Young Carpenter: The Hammer The Mallet The Axe The Adze The Brad-awl The Brace The Shaping Knife or Drawing Knife The Pincers Chisels The Sash or Tenon Saw Planes The Jack Plane Smoothing Plane Break Iron Gauge Mortising Gauges Square Carpenters Bench The Grindstone Brasses Oil Stone How to Make a Drawing Board How to Make Bookshelves A Gate How To Make a Box Dovetailing Lap Dovetailing How to Make a Tool Chest How to Make a Pigeon House How to Make a Dwarf Bookcase How to Make a Cabinet for Microscope Slides A Cabinet for Microscope Slides Kinds of Woods A Writing Desk The Writing Surface Secret Drawers Drawers Lids Handles Parquet or Inlaid Work A Carved Book Cradle Drawing and Copying Gothic Tracery A Flower Box for a Window How to Make a Small Stepladder How to Build a Small Summer House A Desk Writing Table A Pedestal Writing Table Made of Old Boxes A Nursery Table and Chair. Chapter Twenty-Four Mouldings and How to Make Them: Torus Astragal A Fillet Apophyge Ovolo Cavetto Scotia Cyma Recta Cyma Reversa Various Methods of Lengthening Timber Scarfing Fox-tail mortise Geometrical Constructions Specially Useful to the Young Carpenter. Chapter Twenty-Five Wood Engraving: Tools and Materials used in Wood Engravings Tools Mode of Sitting at the Table and Holding the Graver Importance of Being Able to Draw How to Prepare the Wood for Drawing Upon The Drawing Drawing to Be Covered Up Wood for Engraving Invention of Jointed and Amalgamated Blocks To Engrave Diagrams or Simple Lines To Engrave an Outline Figure To Engrave a Tint How to Blend Tints How to Shade and Show Roundness How to Shade and Show Concavity How to Engrave a Shaded Figure Subject How to Engrave a Landscape Finishing Up a Landscape Facsimile and Portrait Engraving Faces White Cross-Lining On Lowering the Edges of the Work Lowering How to Remedy Mistakes The Plug. Chapter Twenty-Six Designing: The Drawing Slate Patterns To Copy or Enlarge a Pattern The Pentagraph Transferring Patterns Transfer Paper. Chapter Twenty-Seven Wood-Carving: Material Tools Working Staining Wood Carving, continued Intaglio Carving in the round. Chapter Twenty-Eight Stenciling: Outline Patterns Ornamenting a Wall or Ceiling Stencil Patterns Stenciling in Color Cutting Cardboard Stencil Plates Wreaths of Ivy or Grape Leaves. Chapter Twenty-Nine Clay Modelling: Tools for Modeling Modeling Leaves Modeling the Hand or Foot Modeling Statuettes General Hints. Chapter Thirty Beautiful Ornaments Ornamenting Oyster Shells: The Wampum Spot Egyptian Bugle Beads Toys from Flint Nodules Rustic Basket Bedroom Ornaments Rustic Picture Frames Ornamental Arrow Heads and Pebbles Mother of Pearl Objects Varnish Horn Work Rustic Harp Ornaments in Glass Dinner Bell Cane Baskets Door Mats. Chapter Thirty-One Useful Recipes: Cements Mending Alabaster, Etc Transparent Cement A Strong Cement Waterproof Cement To Strengthen Glue Jewelers Glue Red Cement Asbestos Powder To Gild Steel Depriving India Rubber of Its Odor To Prevent Glue from Cracking Celluloid Black Polish on Iron or Steel To Transfer an Engraving Cementing Metal to Glass. Chapter Thirty-Two Wax Works: Manner of Working A Few Instructions for Mixing Colors Moist or Transparent Colors White Camellia The Stem of the Camellia The Sepals of the Calyx Making the Stem The Rose Modeling the Petals Arranging the Petals To Make the Five Sepals of Calyx The Roses Imitated Fuchsia The Pistil The Stamens The Stem The Sepals The Bud Arrangement of the Parts Passion Flower Geranium Stephanotus Floribunda Leaf Modeling List of Materials. Chapter Thirty-Three Work in the Home: The Work of the House Learning to Sew. Chapter Thirty-Four Useful Articles in the Home: A Boys Carpet Stretcher A Boys Cheap Glue Pot A Cheap and Beautiful Paper Rack Shoe Blacking Stand The Boys Step Ladder A Home Made Table A Thermometer Frame A Beautiful Hanging Basket Adornments of the Bedroom A Dog Kennel A Convenient Solder Soldering Liquid A Hanging Bookcase A Slipper Case A Knife Box Handy and Easily Made Steps Boys Taking Care of the Baby Cost of Bringing Up a Boy. Chapter Thirty-Five Macrame Lace: Single Chain Double Chain Open Chain Solomons Knot Raised Picot To Finish off the Insertion To Make the Scollop Materials A Weighted Cushion with Pins or Lace Desk and Linen Thread. Chapter Thirty-Six Religion in the Home: Religion in English Life The Church in the House Home Religion Domestic Peace Prayer. Chapter Thirty-Seven Sickness in the Home Lifes Rests: Importance of Good Nursing Difficulty of Procuring Nurses The Moral Atmosphere Needed by the Sick The Benefit of Sickness The Opportunities of Sickness Anticipating Sorrow Helping Others in Sorrow. Chapter Thirty-Eight Death in the Home The Death of Children: If Wed Thought A Boy Lost in Battle Mourning Garments The Mothers Grave Our Dead Children The Reaper and the Flowers Resignation A Shadow in the House Victorian Mourning Poems: The Wee White Rose; Safe; The First Snowfall; To a Bereaved Parent; The Childs Prayer in Heaven; Two; Only a Curl; The Childless Mother; He Is Not There; Not Dead, But Changed; My Lambs; A Babys Grave; A Dead Baby; Our Baby; Lifted Over; When the Baby Died; Babie Bell; Measuring the Baby; Returning Home From the Grave Chapter Thirty-Nine Home and Heaven Heaven Is Home: Mourning Poetry: Husband and Wife in Heaven; Parting; Baby Looking Out For Me; Links With Heaven; Heaven and Earth; Best; Lost Sunshine The Heavenly Home Mourning Poetry: he Family in Heaven and Earth; The Ministry of Angels; An Infants Spirit; Little Ones Going Home Infants In Heaven Mourning Poetry: Over the River; The Wife in Heaven; The Mothers Prayer. Chapter Forty Prayers For the Home: Sunday Morning Sunday Evening Monday Morning Monday Evening Tuesday Morning Tuesday Evening Wednesday Morning Wednesday Evening Thursday Morning Thursday Evening Friday Morning Friday Evening Saturday Morning Saturday Evening. Chapter Forty-One Private Prayers: A Morning Prayer to Be Used in Private An Evening Prayer to Be Used in Private Childrens Prayers Grace Before and After Meals Prayers on Various Occasions Ejaculatory Prayers Concluding Prayers. Remember folks, this is an 1885 original. This book is 135 years old. Please be sure to add me to your List of Favorite Sellers. Don’t miss out on any of my latest listings. NEETMOK BOOKS IS A REGISTERED MEMBER OF EBAYS VERO PROGRAM. When you prepare your listings you generally should use only material text, photographs, etc. And trademarks/names that you created or own yourself or licensed from the owners. 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  • Year Printed: 1885
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Topic: Home and Family
  • Binding: Fine Binding
  • Region: North America
  • Author: Parley
  • Subject: Victorian
  • Original/Facsimile: Original
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pennsylvania Publishing
  • Place of Publication: Harrisburg Pennsylvania
  • Special Attributes: Illustrated

1885 Victorian House Home Family Etiquette Furnishing Handicraft Art Illustrated