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The standard cook : containing upwards of seven hundred practical receipts in cookery; and one hundred in confectionary; to which is added bottling of fruits and juices, home-made wines, distilling, pickling and preserving. With an appendix, containing the duties of the steward, housekeeper, and man-cook; and other information necessary to be known by every mistress of a family and servant / by Robert Reynolds.

Reynolds, Robert, active 1815-1829.
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1853
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London : Thomas Bosworth, 1853.

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xxix, 1 unnumbered page, 411 pages : portrait ; 21 cm

Edition

Third edition.

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This material has been provided by The University of Leeds Library. The original may be consulted at The University of Leeds Library.

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