Beeton’s Book of Household Management was published in serial form between 1859 and 1861. In volume form it was published for the first time in 1861. Its listing here would be:

Beeton, Isabella. The book of household management … also, sanitary, medical, & legal memoranda; with a history of the origin, properties, and uses of all things connected with home life and comfort. London: S.O. Beeton, 1861. (xxxix, 1112)

Below I have compiled a chronological selected list of conduct, household management, and advice books that are similar in some way to Household Management, including links to online reading copies when possible. Preference for the list includes a British audience and the genres of domestic manuals, advice literature, and instruction in how to perform ideal female behavior by the standards of each author. This list is an outcrop from my dissertation research, and includes some hard-to-find volumes’ reference information from the Cornell libraries’ HEARTH project bibliographies, available here.

1741:
Atkyns, Arabella. The family magazine: in two parts. Part I. Containing useful directions in all the branches of house-keeping … Part II. Containing a compendious body of physick. London, 1741. (2 v. in 1.)
1747 edition – Archive.org

1747:
Glasse, Hannah. The Art of Cookery, Made Plain and Easy. 1st edition, 1747.
1774 edition – Archive.org

1769:
Raffald, Elizabeth. The Experienced English House-Keeper: For the Use and Ease of Ladies, Housekeepers, Cooks, &c. Manchester: J. Harrop, 1769.
Archive.org

1806:
Rundell, Maria Eliza Ketelby. A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed upon Principles of Economy and Adapted to the Use of Private Families. Printed for J. Murray and J. Harding, 1806.
Archive.org

1813:
Ude, Louis Eustache. The French Cook: Or, The Art of Cookery Developed in All Its Various Branches. London : Printed by Cook and Baylis for the author, 1813.
Archive.org

1818: (1817?)
Armstrong, John. The young woman’s guide to virtue, economy and happiness, being an improved and pleasant directory for cultivating the heart and understanding; with a complete and elegant system of domestic cookery. Newcastle-upon-Tyne Mackenzie & Dent, 1818. (684 p)
1817 edition – Archive.org

1818:
Kitchiner, William. Apicius Redivivus : The Cook’s Oracle. Second Edition, London : printed for John Hatchard … [et al.], 1818.
Archive.org

1833:
The young lady’s own book: a manual of intellectual improvement and moral deportment. Philadelphia: Key & Biddle, 1833. (320 , [1] leaf of plates)
1841 edition – Archive.org

1834:
Carême, M. A. (Marie-Antonin), The Royal Parisian Pastrycook and Confectioner: From the Original of M.A. Carême. London : F.J. Mason, 1834.
Archive.org

1841:
Beecher, Catharine Esther. A treatise on domestic economy: for the use of young ladies at home and at school. Boston: Marsh Capen Lyon and Webb, 1841. (xxiv, 441)
1843 edition – Archive.org

1842:
The Girls’ Manual, comprising a summary view of female studies, accomplishments, and principles of conduct. New York: Appleton, 1842. (288)

1845:
Acton, Eliza. Modern Cookery, in All Its Branches. London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans.
Archive.org

1846:
Francatelli, Charles Elmé. The Modern Cook : A Practical Guide to the Culinary Art in All Its Branches, Adapted as Well for the Largest Establishments as for the Use of Private Families. 2nd edition. London : Richard Bentley, 1846.
Archive.org

1846:
Soyer, Alexis. The Gastronomic Regenerator : A Simplified and Entirely New System of Cookery, with Nearly Two Thousand Practical Receipts Suited to the Income of All Classes : Illustrated with Numerous Engravings and Correct and Minute Plans How Kitchens of Every Size, from the Kitchen of a Royal Palace to That of the Humble Cottage, Are to Be Constructed and Furnished. London : Simpkin, Marshall & Co., and sold by John Ollivier, 1846.
Archive.org

1853:
Soyer, Alexis. The Pantropheon, or, History of Food, and Its Preparation, from the Earliest Ages of the World. Boston : Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1853.
Archive.org

1853:
Holland, Mary. The Complete Economical Cook, and Frugal Housewife : An Entirely New System of Domestic Cookery, Containing Approved Directions for Purchasing, Preserving, and Cooking, Also, Trussing & Carving; Preparing Soups, Gravies, Sauces, Made Dishes, Potting, Pickling, &c. With Directions for Pastry and Confectionary, Likewise the Art of Making British Wines, Brewing, Baking, Etc. London : William Tegg and Co., 1853.
Archive.org

1855: How to Furnish a House and Make it a Home. [From The Economic Library series.] London: Groombridge (possibly 1853?)
Google Books

1856: Pullan, Matilda Marian. The Lady’s Dictionary of Needlework. A Complete Guide to all the Signs, Terms, and Contractions used in Every Sort of Fancy-Work: with Illustrated Instructions for the Elementary Stitches, and Hints on Materials and Implements. By Mrs. Pullan. Editor of the Work-Table of the Different Periodicals in which Needlework Appears. London: Ward, Lock & Co., 1856. Google Books [Note: Aside from needlework and sewing books, Pullan also wrote on childcare, toys, and parlour games. Several of her books are available to read here.]

1858:
Gordon, Margaret Maria. Household Economy : A Manual Intended for Female Training Colleges and the Senior Classes of Girls’ Schools. Edinburgh : Constable; London : Hamilton, Adams, 1858 [date uncertain in record].
Archive.org

1858: List of similar books advertised in the May 1858 issue of The Englishwoman’s Domestic Magazine

1859:
Lea, Elizabeth Ellicot. Domestic Cookery, Useful Receipts, and Hints to Young Housekeepers. Baltimore, Cushings and Bailey, 1859.
Archive.org
Hathi Trust

1860:
How to Shine in Society, or, The science of conversation: containing the principles, laws and general usages of polite society. New York: Dick & Fitzgerald, 1860. (96)
1881 edition – Archive.org

1861:
The Lady’s Guide to the Ordering of Her Household, and the Economy of the Dinner Table, by A Lady.
London: Smith, Elder & Co.
Florida State University scan

1861:
The English Gentlewoman: a practical journal for young ladies on their entrance into society. London: James Hogg, 1861. (312)
Archive.org (1861 3rd ed.)

1869:
Beecher, Catherine Esther and Harriet Beecher Stowe. The American woman’s home: or, Principles of domestic science; being a guide to the formation and maintenance of economical, healthful, beautiful, and Christian homes. New York; Boston: J. B. Ford and company; H. A. Brown & co.; [etc. etc.], 1869. (3 l ,xii, [13]-500)
Archive.org

1870:
Modern etiquette in private and public: including society at large, courtship and marriage, ball-room, dinner table, toilet, correspondence, etc., etc. London; New York: F. Warne; Scribner Welford, 1870. (viii, 181)
1887 edition – Archive.org

1880:
Adams, W. H. Davenport. Woman’s work and worth in girlhood, maidenhood, and wifehood: illustrations of woman’s character, duties, rights, position, influence, responsibilities, and opportunities: with hints on self-culture and chapters on the higher education and employment of women. London: John Hogg, 1880. (xx, 551)
Hathi Trust

1880:
Black. Hints to young housekeepers. London: W. Collins, 1880. (63, [1])

1898:
Austin, B. F. (Benjamin Fish), et al. Woman : Maiden, Wife and Mother : A Study of Woman’s Worth and Work in All Departments of Her Manifold Life, Education, Business, Society, Housekeeping, Health, Physical Culture, Marriage and Kindred Matters. Brantford ; Toronto : Woman Pub. Co., 1898.
Archive.org

1913:
Spencer, Anna Garland. Woman’s Share in Social Culture. NY & London: Mitchell Kennerley.
Hathi Trust

1918:
Stopes, Marie Carmichael. Married Love. London: A. C. Fifield.
Hathi Trust 9th ed. 1920
[Also NY: The Critic and Guide Company, link below.]
Hathi Trust NY edition 1918

1937:
Benjamin, Louise Paine. Why Men Like Us; Your Passport to Charm. New York: Stackpole Sons, 1937. (4 l , 11-213)
Hathi Trust