Written by Anna Mott Hopper and dedicated to her mother Lucretia Mott, a well-known antislavery and women's rights activist.
Sf V52J &JXJX&JLQ %f The following Unes, descriptive of a atant divisiÃ³n of household Inbor, we re com f ised by the daughler of an esteemed friend ours in Philadelphia, frota whorn we solictd tliem for ptiblication in tiic Liberator, b. ( ving iliey might be useful to mnny a houseld in Ihe Innd. - Kv. Lib. ÃLESANDREGULATIONSFORTHE HOUSEHOLD. Our grand'.nama slmll stntely sit; And, us it suits her, scw or kmt; Make her own beil, one fur our ninther, And also one for Torn, our brotlier; And when ouraunts and coiuins cali, Oo Mie agrecable' fur uil- And eiuulry ÃUle mattere teil, I;i BtyltÃ³ ihatlinÃ¶ 110 paiallel; O'.ir fatlier, duily at liis Htore UU svork hall do, and when 'lis o'er, IMurn - beliiiiti htui cnstinr care; And, seated in fiis r)Ckiog cliair, Witl slippers on, und ISliip hi and, Wil! read the news rom every land. Then quietly will tkt? a bo.ik, From which heil smei mes plvlylook, list lÃ¶ what the jttÃ¯ftiig fÃ¶lka tMyi Or haply joio them ifl tlifir pluy. Otir ntuUieF charge (we she's nt home) hall bc bath, stor, and dining room; 'Moruing and njght slie'll vvah ihe delf, And plac k; ticutly on the bhelf; To her own r(Kin s!ie will aLlend, And all the elucking slio will niend -