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By tejaswirouthu on Mar 18, 2013 05:33 PM
From the early eighteenth century, with the country’s wealth beginning to slowly seep through the classes, more household staff were engaged. They came from humbler origins, and for the first time women were able to take positions that afforded them responsibilities hitherto unimaginable. http://www.butlerforyou.com/
By the end of the eighteenth century a number of books had been written that focused on the newly rich middle classes who had no experience of employing household staff. These books became the best sellers of their time. They educated employers on household management, and advised ‘how to handle staff’. They also taught servants the correct execution of their duties.
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By tejaswirouthu on Mar 18, 2013 05:35 PM
From the early eighteenth century, with the country’s wealth beginning to slowly seep through the classes, more household staff were engaged. They came from humbler origins, and for the first time women were able to take positions that afforded them responsibilities hitherto unimaginable. http://www.butlerforyou.com/
By the end of the eighteenth century a number of books had been written that focused on the newly rich middle classes who had no experience of employing household staff. These books became the best sellers of their time. They educated employers on household management, and advised ‘how to handle staff’. They also taught servants the correct execution of their duties.

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By tejaswirouthu on Mar 18, 2013 05:38 PM
<a href="http://www.butlerforyou.com/">your anchor text here</a>From the early eighteenth century, with the country’s wealth beginning to slowly seep through the classes, more household staff were engaged. They came from humbler origins, and for the first time women were able to take positions that afforded them responsibilities hitherto unimaginable. http://www.butlerforyou.com/
By the end of the eighteenth century a number of books had been written that focused on the newly rich middle classes who had no experience of employing household staff. These books became the best sellers of their time. They educated employers on household management, and advised ‘how to handle staff’. They also taught servants the correct execution of their duties.


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By tejaswirouthu on Mar 18, 2013 05:39 PM
<a href="http://www.butlerforyou.com/">link</a>From the early eighteenth century, with the country’s wealth beginning to slowly seep through the classes, more household staff were engaged. They came from humbler origins, and for the first time women were able to take positions that afforded them responsibilities hitherto unimaginable. http://www.butlerforyou.com/
By the end of the eighteenth century a number of books had been written that focused on the newly rich middle classes who had no experience of employing household staff. These books became the best sellers of their time. They educated employers on household management, and advised ‘how to handle staff’. They also taught servants the correct execution of their duties.



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By tejaswirouthu on Mar 18, 2013 05:45 PM
From the early eighteenth century, with the country’s wealth beginning to slowly seep through the classes, more household staff were engaged. They came from humbler origins, and for the first time women were able to take positions that afforded them responsibilities hitherto unimaginable. http://www.butlerforyou.com/
By the end of the eighteenth century a number of books had been written that focused on the newly rich middle classes who had no experience of employing household staff. These books became the best sellers of their time. They educated employers on household management, and advised ‘how to handle staff’. They also taught servants the correct execution of their duties.


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By tejaswirouthu on Mar 18, 2013 05:49 PM
From the early eighteenth century, with the country’s wealth beginning to slowly seep through the classes, more household staff were engaged. They came from humbler origins, and for the first time women were able to take positions that afforded them responsibilities hitherto unimaginable. http://www.butlerforyou.com link/
By the end of the eighteenth century a number of books had been written that focused on the newly rich middle classes who had no experience of employing household staff. These books became the best sellers of their time. They educated employers on household management, and advised ‘how to handle staff’. They also taught servants the correct execution of their duties.



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