MODERN DOMESTIC COOKERY Founded upon Principles of Economy and Practical Knowledge and adapted to the use of private families. By A Lady

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MODERN DOMESTIC COOKERY Founded upon Principles of Economy and Practical Knowledge and adapted to the use of private families. By A Lady by (Rundle), Mrs
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John Murray London 1860. 8vo. A new edition, based on the work of Mrs Rundle, including all the recent improvements in the culinary art. 240th thousand. xxviii, pp.641 +32 ( publisher's lists) A number of small ills. in text Or dec brown cloth, covered in remnants of calico protective cover Binding very fragile, with webbing showing front and back and in several sections. Foxing to prelims. Mrs Maria Eliza Rundle published her famous work in 1806. It proved immensely popular, going into about 70 editions. Oxford notes an amended form appearing as late as 1893. This attractive, enlarged edition was, to quote from the preface dated 1853 "enriched with the valuable contributions of the late Miss Emma Roberts," and "placed under the careful inspection of a Lady of long experience in housekeeping." Miss Roberts' recipes are indicated with an asterisk. While the condition of this copy is poor, its interest lies in its historical associations: Protected by a calico cover, it bears the owner's details Miss Ellen Lock, Charlotte Plains, September 21st 1863 linking it to the early settlement of the Maryborough district of Victoria, Australia.

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