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BOND, Richard   


Richard Bond also wrote "The ship's steward's handbook; a complete guide to the victualling and catering departments on board ship', Glasgow: J. Munro and Co Ltd, [1918], and "The ship's baker', Glasgow: J. Munro and Co, 1923.

  • Sensible cookery
  • Subjects: nautical cookery,

    • 1. [First edition of "Sensible Cookery', 1907]

      According to the 1911 second edition of "Sea cookery", the first edition was entitled "Sensible cookery' and was published in 1907.

    • 2. — Sea cookery | by Richard Bond, | Instructor to the City of Liverpool Technical Education Committee, Cookery | Classes for Seamen. | Bronze Medalist, 1899. Silver Medalist, 1901. | Winner of Team Challenge Shield (twice), Universal Cookery and Food Exhibition, London. | Late Instructor # City of Hull Nautical School of Cookery. | Watt's Naval Training School, Norfolk. | City of Guilds of London certificates: | First Class Diploma # Bread Making, 1907. | Diploma # Bread Making (Honours) 1908 | Diploma # Confectionery, 1909. | First Class Diploma # Confectionery (Honours) 1910.
      [Leeds: Knight and Forster Ltd, Printers]; 1911
      18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-ii], [1] 2-176   Rebound  
      GB:   LWel   *OPo(F)  
      US:   MH   MCR  

      This is the second edition. There is a portrait of the author on page 2.
      The LWel copy is bound in red cloth with the price of 2s printed on the front.

    • 3. — Sea cookery | by | Richard Bond, M.I.H., M.C.A., | Instructor to the City of Liverpool Technical Education Committee, | Cookery Classes for Seamen. | Bronze Medalist, 1899. Silver Medalist, 1901. | Winner of Team Challenge Shield (twice), Universal Cookery and | Food Exhibition, London. | Holder of the highest technological certificates of the City of Guilds of | London Institute for Confectionery and Bread Making. | Late Instructor # City of Hull Nautical School of Cookery. | Watt's Naval Training School, Norfolk. | Other City and Guilds of London certificates # | First-Class Diploma # Bread Making, 1907. | Diploma # Bread Making (Honours), 1908. | Diploma # Confectionery, 1909. | First-Class Diploma # Confectionery (Honours), 1910.
      Glasgow: James Munro and Co Ltd; 1917
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-ii], [1-2] 3-220   [3s 6d on binding]   Red cloth  
      GB:   LB destroyed   *LCF   LoEN   OB  
      US:   NN   OCl   ICJ  

      This is the third edition.% 0226

    • 4. — [Another edition, fourth, [1920]]
      US:   PPULC   PPL  

      NUCat lists the fourth edition, Glasgow: James Munro and Co Ltd, [1920].% 0227

    • 5. — Sea cookery | by | Richard Bond, M.R.I.P.H., M.R.S.T. | author of "The Ship's Steward's Handbook" and | "The Ship's Baker" | Chief Instructor to the City of Liverpool Technical | Education Committee Nautical Training School | for Ships' Stewards and Cooks | Bronze Medallist, 1899 Silver Medallist, 1901 | Winner of Team Challenge Shield (twice) Universal Cookery & Food Exhibition, London | holder of the highest technological certificates of the City and Guilds of | London Institute for Confectionery and Breadmaking | other City and Guilds of London certificates: | First-Class Diploma # Breadmaking, 1907 | Diploma # Breadmaking (Honours), 1908 | Diploma # Confectionery, 1909 ) First-Class Diploma # Confectionery (Honours), 1910
      Liverpool: James Laver; nd
      18.5 x 11.5 cm   Pp [1-8] 9-260 [261-262]   Red cloth  
      GB:   *LB  

      The author refers to this edition as the fifth in the preface. LB dates the volume [1946].% 0228


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