THE LADIES DIARY: or Woman's Almanack For the year of our Lord 1794. being the Second after Bissextile, or Leap-Year. Containing an Improvement in Arts and Sciences, And many Entertaining Particulars: Designed for the Use and Diversion of the Fair-Sex. The Ninety-first Almanack published of this kind.
Company of Stationers. 1794. 48pp. Illustrated with some engraved diagrams within the text. Partly printed in red and black. Engraved vignette to front wrapper. Tax stamp. Unbound as issued. Little worn at extremities and corners turned; library number at head of title/wrapper; else a very good copy.This series of almanacks are particularly interesting for the enigmas, charades, and mathematical problems which were set each year and only answered twelve months later in the next issue.