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The British housewife: or the cook, housekeeper's, and gardiner's companion. Calculated for the service both of London and the country : and directing what is necessary to be done in the providing for, conducting, and managing a family throughout the year ... Together with the nature of all kinds of foods, and the method of suiting them to different constitutions; a bill of fare for each month, the art of marketing and chusing fresh provisions of all kinds... With the conduct of a family in respect of health; the disorders to which they are every month liable, and the most approved remedies for each and a variety of other valuable particulars, necessary to be known in all families ... / by Mrs. Martha Bradley.

Bradley, Martha.
Date
[1770?]
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London : Printed for S. Crowder and H. Woodgate, [1770?]

Physical description

2 volumes : illustrations, frontispiece, plates ; (8vo)

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Publications note

Maclean, V. A short-title catalogue of household and cookery books published in the English tongue 1701-1800. London, 1981
ESTC T111915

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  • English


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