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SMALLWOOD, Miss M.   


  • Miss Smallwood's goodies
  • Subjects: candies,

    • 1. Miss Smallwood's | goodies | easy sweetmeat making | at home. | (2nd edition. Revised and enlarged). | By the author of | "Table Delicacies." | First-Class Diplomee, | lecturer Cape Town International and Industrial | Exhibition, 1904-5, and other exhibitions.
      [Manchester: to be had from Miss Smallwood; printed by Flood and Son Ltd, The Borough Press, Lowestoft; nd]
      13.5 x 11.0 cm   Pp [1-5] 6-59, [i] ad   [6d corrected by hand to 9d, on binding]   Blue paper covered boards  
      GB:   *Priv coll  

      An advertisement for the book inside the front face of the binding says the volume can be had from M. Smallwood, Manchester. An alternative address, Staveley, Westmoreland, is written in by hand. The text contains seventy-five numbered recipes.

  • Table delicacies and how to prepare them
  • Subjects: general,

    • 1. Table delicacies | and | how to prepare them. | By | M. Smallwood, / First-Class Diplomee, | lecturer Cape Town International and Industrial Exhibition, | 1904-5, and other exhibitions. | Third edition, / revised and enlarged.
      [Manchester: to be had from Miss Smallwood; nd]
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iv], [1-3] 4-111, [i] ad   [1s on binding]   Blue paper covered boards  
      GB:   *Priv coll  

    • 2. — Common sense | cookery | by | M. Smallwood, | First-Class Diplomee, | lecturer Cape Town International and Industrial Exhibition, / 1904-5, and other exhibitions. | Fourth edition. | New recipes. | Improved edition.
      [Manchester: to be had from Miss Smallwood; nd]
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iv] ads, [1-3] 4-126   [1s on binding]   Pink paper covered boards  
      GB:   *Priv coll  

      This is a retitled edition of "Table delicacies", containing 428 numbered recipes. It was probably published about 1908 since there is an advertisement on page 118 which promises a free picture "ready in September 1908" if the reader sends in product wrappers. The number of copies of the book sold to date, 10,000, is printed on the binding.


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