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"The Family Monitor, or A Help to Domestic Happiness," by John Angell James is a a guide to family life with seven chapters, three of which have to do with the duties of husbands and wives to each other, and the other four concern parents, children, masters and servants.
Part 1 includes chapters 1 through 6. This includes the domestic constitution, the mutual duties of husbands and wives, the special duties of husbands and wives, some remarks on the formation of the marriage union, the duties of parents, and the duties of children to their parents. Part 1 goes from the first page to page 107.
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James, John Angell, "The Family Monitor or A Help to Domestic Happiness (Part 1)" (1833). Mother Home & Heaven. 115.