First illustrated edition of this famous book on cooking and on the art of dissecting animals.
Illustrated with title page, frontispiece and 5 engraved plates on the art of carving.
The Housekeeper's Guide Or A Plain & Practical System of Domestic Cookery, A guide to cookery and carving and all things housekeeping.
Esther Hewlett Copley (1786–1851) was a prolific Baptist writer of children’s fiction and cooking. Born in London to a Huguenot French silk producer. In 1837 he became minister of the Baptist Church.
She remained in Eythorne until her death in 1851. She wrote prolifically after 1815, mainly children's and cooking works: including the Complete Guide to The Cook - 1827. Cottage Comforts - 1825. Cottage Cookery - 1849. The Housekeeper's Guide - 1834 and perhaps her most significant work, A History of Slavery and its Abolition - 1836.
Contemporary canvas binding with pale blue plates. The engraved title and title page are present, together with four illustrated plates. Pp. xi, 407, [12pp ads].
The Housekeeper's Guide Or
A Plain & Practical System of Domestic Cookery
A guide to cookery and carving and all things housekeeping.
By Esther Copley
London: Jackson and Walford 1834.
- Aantal boeken
- Koken, eten en drinken, Kunst van het snijwerk
- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Esther Copley
- The Housekeeper's Guide ... A guide to cookery and carving
- Publicatiejaar oudste item.
- Geïllustreerde druk
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- london: Jackson e Walford
- Harde kaft
- Ingeplakte plaatjes
- Aantal pagina‘s.
- 192×139 mm