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Author: Partridge, Dorothy.
Title: The woman's almanack, for the year 1694: calculated for the meridian of city and country. Containing many choice, useful, pleasant, and most necessary, observations, adapted to the capacity of the female sex, and not to be found in other almanacks: as, the good house-wife's calendar. A table of expences. The critical days of the year. ... By Dorothy Partridge, midwife, student in astrology.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The woman's almanack, for the year 1694: calculated for the meridian of city and country. Containing many choice, useful, pleasant, and most necessary, observations, adapted to the capacity of the female sex, and not to be found in other almanacks: as, the good house-wife's calendar. A table of expences. The critical days of the year. ... By Dorothy Partridge, midwife, student in astrology.
Partridge, Dorothy.

London: printed for J.S. in the Great Old-baily, 1694.
Subject terms:
Almanacs, English
Ephemerides
Astrology
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75168.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Woman's Almanack, &c.
Monthly Observations in Goodhousewifrey, for the Year 1694.
Critical Observations on New-year's Day.
Of Ʋnfortunate Days, and Dog-days.
Observations on the Weather.
Signs of fair Weather.
Signs of foul Weather.
How to judge of Weather by the Clouds.
Of the Critical Days in the Year.
The 14th day of September.
How to know what of the Clock by the Moon.
The good House-wife's Table of Expencēs.
Of Riches and Poverty.
Of Husbands.
Of short Life.
Of Buck-somness and Lust.
How to make Hair as red as a Foot, a lovely Brown.
To Cure a Lady's Red Face.
To make an old Woman's Teeth white, recover a new Set, beau∣tifie the Face, and take out the furrow'd Rinkles as smooth as a Girl of Sixteen.
Of Moles, how to know whether any Person hath them.
How to know whether a Woman be a Maid or no.
How to know which shall die first, the Husband or Wife
How to make a Philtre, or Love-powder.