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The book of fruit bottling / by Edith Bradley and May Crooke. A practical manual on the process of fruit bottling. Jams, jellies, and marmalade making: chapters on fruit drying, home-made wines and cider making, with preface urging upon county councils the importance of fostering these industries in rural districts. Introduction by Rev. W. Wilkes.

Bradley, Edith.
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1907
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London ; New York : John Lane, 1907.

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xvi, 99 pages : frontispiece, illustrations, plates ; 20 cm.

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"A series of papers ... by Miss May Crooke, which appeared in 'Farm and garden. 1905,' form the basis of [this] book." -p. vii
"Of ancient recipes and old-world cures, by Blanche F. Collier (Reprinted ... from 'The Woman's agricultural times, January, 1905)": p. 84-97

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