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CLARKE, Mrs Edith   27 October 1844-20 August 1926


Born Edith Nicolls at Shrewsbury House, Shooter's Hill, Blackheath, Mrs Clarke's name is inseparable from the National Training School of Cookery. Sir Henry Cole, one of the founders of the school, was a family friend and Edith became one of the first pupils, entering the school in April 1874, the month after it opened for classes on 23 March, and gaining her teaching diploma on 1 July 1874. Early in 1875 she was appointed Lady Clerk and on 3 July 1875 took over from Lady Barker as Lady Superintendent, a post which she held for forty-five years. She married Mr Charles Clarke on 22 August 1876 and her eldest daughter of three, Edith Gladys, succeeded her as Principal on her retirement in 1919. (I am indebted to Dorothy Kneale Stone's "The National" for this biographical information, first published privately in June 1973, second edition published in London by Robert Hale and Co, September 1974.) @"Who was who, 1916-1928" records "Workhouse cookery" as one of Mrs Clarke's publications. The entry may be referring to "Manual of workhouse cookery: recipes prepared by the National Training School of Cookery and issued to Boards of Guardians by the Local Government Board" published in 1901. The only copy of the book that I have traced is at DLC. The NUCat entry for the DLC copy is under "London, National Training School of Cookery" and no mention is made of Mrs Clarke as author. I have not seen the DLC volume but from the NUCat entry it appears that Mrs Clarke is not named as the author in the book although no doubt she was involved in its preparation as Lady Superintendent. The entry for "Manual of workhouse cookery" in this bibliography is under the title. @LoEN incorrectly lists Mrs Clarke's books under Marion Clarke [Mrs Charles Henry Montague].

  • Artizan recipes to illustrate the principles of cookery
  • Subjects: education, professional,

    • 1. The National | Training School of Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | Artizan | recipes | to illustrate | the principles of cookery | Price sixpence (nett.)
      London: printed for Mrs Charles Clarke at the Printing Office, Royal Albert Hall; 1895
      18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-5] 6-56 [57-58]   6d   Grey paper  
      GB:   *LCF  

      This is the second edition as indicated on the binding. The introduction is dated September 1895 and states, "the recipes... are intended for the use of our students who are training for the Plain Cookery Diploma.... [They] are not intended for the use of the poor people in their own homes, but for those who go out to teach the people.' The text is organised in ten lessons.

    • 2. — [Another edition, 1910]
      GB:   LB destroyed  

      LB records this edition of 70 pages published in London by William Clowes and Sons in 1910.% 1040

    • 3. — Official handbook of | the National | Training School of Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | Second series. Vol. I. | Artizan | recipes | to illustrate | the principles of cookery. | Price sixpence (nett).
      London: printed and published for Mrs Charles Clarke, the Principal of the National Training School of Cookery, by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1915
      18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-5] 6-70 [71]   6d   Blue paper  
      US:   *DLC   NNNAM  

      The text is in ten lessons.% 1041

    • 4. — Official handbook of | the National | Training School of Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. 1 | Second series. Vol. I. | Artizan | recipes | to illustrate | the principles of cookery. | Price one shilling (nett).
      London: William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1921
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-5] 6-70 [71]   1s   Pale blue paper  
      GB:   *LoEN   OB  

      General comments: Mrs Clarke is not cited on the title-page or binding of these individual volumes as the author; however, she is described as the author on the binding of "Artizan, plain cookery, and household recipes, with rules for children's classes', the combined volume which contains "Artizan recipes' bound with "Plain cookery recipes' and "Rules for the management of children's classes' (see entry immediately below). It does, therefore, seem reasonable to attribute "Artizan recipes' to her.

  • Artizan recipes to illustrate the principles of cookery [No. 2]
    • 1. The National | Training School of Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | Artizan | recipes | to illustrate | the principles of cookery. | Price sixpence (nett). [bound with] The National | Training School of Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W., | late South Kensington. | Plain cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, ) the Lady Superintendent. | Seventh edition. [bound with] Rules | for | the management | of | children's classes | by | demonstration and practice. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke.
      1896
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-ii] ads, [1-5] 6-70 [71], [i] blank, [i-iii] iv [v] vi-vii [viii], [1] 2-111 [112], [1] 2-20, [1-3] 4-8, [i] publ ad   Red cloth  
      GB:   LB destroyed   LCS   LoEN   *OB   OPo(F)  

      The cover-title is "Artizan, plain cookery, and household recipes, with rules for children's classes'. Mrs Clarke is cited as the author on the front face of the binding.
      Following "Plain cookery recipes' is a 20-page section without a title-page but entitled "Household recipes' on the first page.% 1043

    • 2. — ["Artizan recipes', 1915, bound with "Plain cookery recipes", thirteenth edition, 1909]
      US:   DLC  

      NUCat lists this volume under "London, National Training School of Cookery'.% 1044

  • Cheap recipes for fish cookery
  • Subjects: fish,

    • 1. Cheap recipes | for | fish cookery. | Prepared by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | Lady Superintendent of the National Training School for Cookery, | South Kensington. | With a sketch of the | object and work of the school.
      London: William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1883
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-5] 6-31 [32]   [3d on binding]   Blue paper  
      GB:   LB destroyed   *OB  

      This book was published for The Great International Fisheries Exhibition held in London in 1883.

    • 2. — [Title as first edition] | Second edition.
      London: William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1883
      18.0 x 12.5 cm   Pp [1-5] 6-31 [32]   [3d on binding]   Green paper  
      GB:   *Priv coll  
      US:   NN   MB  

      The following note is printed on the back of the binding: "It has been brought to the notice of the authoress that an imitation of these "Cheap recipes for fish cookery" is in circulation, called "The International Fisheries Exhibition cookery book," with which the Executive Committee of the exhibition have nothing to do. Mrs Charles Clarke... is most anxious to disclaim any connection with this book, as well as with the articles on fish cookery which appear from time to time in "The lady's pictorial newspaper", advertised in the book in question. June 1883.' (This is the only reference I have found to "The International Fisheries Exhibition cookery book' and I have yet to trace a copy.)% 1046

  • High-class cookery recipes
  • Subjects: education, vocational,

    • 1. The National | Training School for Cookery | South Kensington, S.W. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | Prepared by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent
      London: W. H. Allen and Co; 1885
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-vii] viii-xiv, [15] 16-163 [164], 1-10 ads, [1] 2-44 [45-50] ads   Green cloth  
      GB:   LB destroyed   LWel   *LoEN   OB  
      US:   MH   MCR  

      In the preface, which is dated 23 June 1885, the author says, "I have written these [recipes] somewhat hastily during an extra pressure of work entailed by the Inventions Exhibition; and must, therefore, ask forgiveness if, in some cases, the recipes are not as neatly worded as they should be."

    • 2. — The National | Training School for Cookery, | South Kensington, S.W. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | Prepared by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Second edition.
      London: printed and published for the Lady Superintendent of the National Training School for Cookery by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1887
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv [v-vi], [1] 2-220, [i-xii] ads   Green cloth  
      GB:   LB destroyed   LCS   *LoEN   OB  

      In the preface to the second edition, dated February 1887, the author states, "This edition contains a good many fresh recipes of all kinds, and the old ones have been thoroughly revised. Indian curries form a new feature, the recipes for which I collected last summer in the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, from a native of Madras."% 1048

    • 3. — The National | Training School for Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | Prepared by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Third edition.
      London: printed and published for the Lady Superintendent of the National Training School for Cookery by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1890
      17.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv [v] vi [vii-viii], [1] 2-220, [i-vi] ads   Green cloth  
      GB:   *LWel  

      In this third edition the author comments in the preface, "The extra work entailed upon me for the last twelve months in consequence of moving this school from... Exhibition Road, South Kensington, to these large premises,... [has] made it impossible for me to write the new recipes in time for this edition of my book. I have therefore put them all into a separate book...."% 1049

    • 4. — [Title as 1890] | Third edition, with appendix.
      London: printed and published for the Lady Superintendent of the National Training School for Cookery by William Clowes and Sons; 1892
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv [v] vi [vii-viii], [1] 2-270, [i-vi] ads   Green cloth  
      GB:   *Priv coll   LB destroyed  

      This edition also appeared bound with the fifth edition of "Plain cookery recipes' (see entry below).% 1050

    • 5. — [Another edition, fifth]
      GB:   LoEN missing  

    • 6. — The National | Training School for Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Sixth edition.
      London: printed and published for the Lady Superintendent of the National Training School for Cookery by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1893
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv, [1] 2-265 [266], [i-ii] ads   [4s on binding]  
      GB:   GrART   *OPo(F)   ScGQ  
      US:   MB  

      This edition also appeared bound with the seventh edition of "Plain cookery recipes' (see entry below).% 1052

    • 7. — [Title as sixth edition] | Seventh edition.
      London: William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1897
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv [v] vi-ix [x] xi-xii, [1] 2-265 [266], [i-ii] ads   [4s on binding]   Green cloth  
      Bib:   A201   B90  
      GB:   LWel   LoEQ  
      US:   *DLC   OrU  

    • 8. — The National | Training School of Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Eighth edition.
      London: printed and published for the Lady Superintendent of the National Training School of Cookery by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1902
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-ii] ads, [i-iii] iv [v] vi-ix [x] xi-xii [xiii-xiv], [1] 2-282 [283], [1] blank, iii-iv ads   [4s on binding]   Green cloth  
      GB:   *LB  

      The school is now named The National Training School {{of}} Cookery on the title-page. In the preface, which is dated January 1902, Mrs Clarke records the help she has received from Mr Charles Herman Senn "who has been, as Consulting Chef de Cuisine to the National Training School of Cookery, associated with [her] work for the last eight or ten years, and to whom [she is] indebted for many of the notes from which these recipes are written'.% 1054

    • 9. — [Another edition, ninth, 1904]

      CBCat 33 cites the ninth edition, 1904, pages xii, 282. The only copy of the ninth edition that I have examined is bound with an edition of "New high-class cookery, with game recipes' (see entry below).% 1055

    • 10. — [Another edition, tenth]

      This is advertised in EpicureDir 1909 for 4s.% 1056

    • 11. — The National | Training School of Cookery, | and Other Subjects of Domestic Economy, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, ) Principal. | Eleventh edition.
      London: printed and published for the Principal of the National Training School of Cookery by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1909
      17.5 x 11.5 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv [v] vi-ix [x] xi-xiii [xiv], [1] 2-294, [i-ii] ads   [4s on binding]  
      GB:   *OPo(F)  

      Mrs Clarke is now described as Principal on the title-page. This edition was also issued bound with the second edition of "New high-class cookery' (see entry below).% 1057

    • 12. — [Another edition, twelfth, 1912]
      GB:   Priv coll  

      This edition was also issued bound with the third edition of "New high-class cookery' (see entry below).% 1058

  • New high-class cookery, with game recipes
    • 1. The National | Training School of Cookery, | and Other Subjects of Domestic Economy, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Ninth edition. [bound with an edition, probably the first, of "New high-class cookery, with game recipes"]
      London: printed and published for the Lady Superintendent of the National Training School of Cookery by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1904
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   [7s 6d on binding]   Green cloth  
      GB:   *Priv coll  

      The cover-title is "High-class cookery recipes"; "New high-class cookery, with game recipes" is not cited on the binding. The title-page introducing "New high-class cookery, with game recipes" appears to be missing from the copy examined; however, the edition is probably the first of 1896 since 154 pages of text make up this section of the volume.% 1058a

    • 2. — The National | Training School of Cookery, | and Other Subjects of Domestic Economy, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | Principal. | Eleventh edition. [bound with] The National | Training School of Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | New high-class cookery, | with | game recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, the Lady Superintendent. | Second edition.
      1907
      18.0 x 11.5 cm   Pp [1-4] ads, [i-iii] iv [v] vi-ix [x] xi-xiii [xiv], [1] 2-294, [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv, [1-3] 4-170, [i-iii] ads   [7s 6d on binding]   Green cloth  
      GB:   *LCS   NtCo  

      The cover-title is "High-class cookery recipes"; "New high-class cookery" is not cited on the binding.% 1059

    • 3. — [Another edition, the twelfth edition of "High-class cookery recipes", 1912, bound with the third edition of "New high-class cookery', 1912]
      US:   NNNAM missing  

    • 4. — The National | Training School of Cookery | and Other Subjects of Domestic Economy, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. 1. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | late Principal. | New (revised) edition | incorporating | fourteenth edition of High-class Cookery Recipes and fourth edition | of New High-class Cookery, with Game Recipes.
      London: William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1921
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iii] iv [v] vi-ix [x] xi-xiii [xiv], [1] 2-459 [460]   [10s 6d on binding]   Green cloth  
      GB:   LB destroyed   *LoEN   OB  

    • 5. — [Another edition, 1926]

      EngCat cites a new, revised edition of "High-class cookery recipes as taught in the school" published in 1926 at the price of 10s 6d net and having 473 pages.% 1061a

  • New high-class cookery, with game recipes [No. 2]
  • Subjects: education, vocational,

    • 1. The National | Training School of Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | New high-class cookery, | with | game recipes, | as taught in the school. | Compiled by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent.
      London: printed for the Lady Superintendent by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1896
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-4] ads, [i-iii] iv [v-vi], [1] 2-154, [i-v] ads   Purple cloth  
      GB:   LB destroyed   LCS   *LoEN   OB  

    • 2. — [Another edition, second, 1907]

      JLCat 59 lists an edition of 1907. The only copy of the second edition of 1907 that I have seen is bound with the eleventh edition of "High-class cookery recipes' (see entry above).% 1063

  • Plain cookery recipes
  • Subjects: education, vocational,

    • 1. The National | Training School for Cookery, | South Kensington, S.W. | Plain cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | Prepared by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent.
      London: W. H. Allen and Co; 1883
      17.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iv], [1] 2-87 [88]   Rebound  
      GB:   LB destroyed   *LG   OB  

      The OB copy is bound in blue paper with the date of 1884 {{sic}} and price of 1s printed on the front.

    • 2. — [Title as 1883]
      London: printed and published for the Lady Superintendent of the National Training School for Cookery by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1886
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ad, [i-iv] ads, [i-iii] iv, [1] 2-93 [94]   [1s on binding]   Blue-green limp cloth  
      GB:   LB destroyed   OB   *WYoLU(B)  

      "Second edition' is printed on the front of the binding (the edition number does not appear on the title-page).% 1066

    • 3. — [Title as 1883] | Third edition.
      London: printed and published for the Lady Superintendent of the National Training School for Cookery by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1889
      18.0 x 12.5 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv [v] vi-vii [viii], [1] 2-100, [i-ii] ads   [1s on binding]  
      GB:   *OPo(F)  

    • 4. — [Another edition, fifth, 1892]
      GB:   LB destroyed   LoEN missing  

      The fifth edition was also issued bound with the 1892 edition of "High-class cookery recipes' (see entry below).% 1068

    • 5. — [Another edition, sixth, 1893]
      US:   MB   OrU  

      NUCat lists the sixth edition as having pages vii, 112.% 1069

    • 6. — [Another edition, seventh, 1895]

      The only copy of the seventh edition that I have traced is bound with the 1896 edition of "Artizan recipes' and "Rules for the management of children's classes' dated 1896 (see entry above).% 1070

    • 7. — The National | Training School for Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W., | late South Kensington. | Plain cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Ninth edition
      London: printed for the Lady Superintendent by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1899
      18.0 x 12.5 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv-v [vi-viii], [1] 2-129 [130], [i-ii] ads   [1s on binding]   Green limp cloth  
      GB:   *Priv coll  

    • 8. — Official handbook | of | the National | Training School of Cookery | and Other Branches of Domestic Economy, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W., | late South Kensington. | Plain cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school | by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Second series. Vol. II. | Eleventh edition.
      London: printed for the Lady Superintendent by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1903
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iii] iv-v [vi-viii], [1] 2-143, 144 publ ad, [i-ii] ads   [1s 6d on p 144]   Lacks binding  
      GB:   LB destroyed   *LoEN   OB  

    • 9. — [Title as 1903 except there is a full stop following "taught in the school'] | Twelfth edition.
      London: printed for the Lady Superintendent by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1905
      18.5 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-ii] iii-viii, [1] 2-144, [i-ii] ads   [1s 6d on binding]   Green limp cloth  
      GB:   *LCS  

    • 10. — [Another edition, thirteenth, 1909]

      Bitting 90 records the thirteenth edition as having pages vii, 144. This edition also appeared bound with "Artizan recipes' of 1915 (see entry above).% 1074

    • 11. — Official handbook | of | the National | Training School of Cookery | and Other Branches of Domestic Economy, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W., | late South Kensington. | Plain cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | Principal. | Second series. Vol. II. | Fourteenth edition.
      London: printed for the Principal by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1912
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-ii] iii-vii [viii], [1] 2-144, [i-ii] ads   [1s 6d on binding]   Blue-green cloth  
      GB:   *Priv coll   LB destroyed  

    • 12. — [Title as fourteenth edition] | Fifteenth edition
      London: printed for the Principal by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1916
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-ii] iii-vii [viii], [1] 2-144, [i-ii] ads   [1s 6d on binding]  
      GB:   *OPo(F)  
      US:   DLC   NNNAM  

    • 13. — The National | Training School of Cookery | and Other Branches of | Domestic Economy. | 72, Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. 1, | late South Kensington. | Plain cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | late Principal. | Revised by the Principal of the School (Miss Gladys Clarke) | and other members of the staff. | Second series. Vol. II. | Sixteenth edition.
      London: William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1921
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-ii] iii-vii [viii], [1] 2-146   [3s on binding]   Blue-green limp cloth  
      Bib:   A323   B91  
      GB:   LB destroyed   *OB  
      US:   ICJ  

      Many of the recipes from the first edition of 1883 still appear here unchanged.% 1077

  • Plain and high-class cookery recipes
    • 1. The National | Training School for Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | Plain cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | Prepared by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Fifth edition, with appendix. [bound with] The National | Training School for Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | Prepared by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Third edition, with appendix.
      Both title-pages@London: printed and published for the Lady Superintendent of the National Training School for Cookery by William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1892
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv [v] vi-vii [viii], [1] 2-111 [112], [i-ii] ads, [i-iii] iv [v] vi [vii-viii], [1] 2-270, [i-vi] ads   Green cloth  
      GB:   *OB  

      The cover-title is "Plain and high-class cookery recipes'.% 1078

    • 2. — The National | Training School of Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W., | late South Kensington. | Plain cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Seventh edition. [bound with] The National | Training School for Cookery, | Buckingham Palace Road, S.W. | High-class cookery | recipes, | as taught in the school. | By | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent. | Sixth edition.
      1893
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-2] ads, [i-iii] iv [v] vi-vii [viii], [1] 2-111 [112], [i-iii] iv, [1] 2-265 [266], [i-ii] ads   [5s on binding]   Green cloth  
      GB:   *LCS  

      The cover-title is "Plain and high-class cookery recipes'. The LCS copy is signed in black ink opposite the first title-page by Charles Herman Senn's daughter "Ida Marguerite Senn < "Erwood" < Beckenham < Kent".% 1079

  • Recipes for cheap dinners
  • Subjects: general,

    • 1. The National | Training School for Cookery, | South Kensington, S.W. | Recipes | for | cheap dinners, | as served in the dining rooms | in connection with the school, | at the International Health Exhibition, 1884. | Prepared by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent.
      London: William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1884
      18.5 x 12.5 cm   Pp [i-iii] iv-vi [vii-viii], [1-3] 4-32   Brown paper  
      GB:   *Priv coll  

  • Recipes for plain cookery
  • Subjects: general,

    • 1. The National | Training School for Cookery, | South Kensington, S.W. | Recipes | for | plain cookery, | as taught in the lecture room | of the school, | in the International Inventions Exhibition, 1885. | Prepared by | Mrs. Charles Clarke, | the Lady Superintendent.
      London: William Clowes and Sons Ltd; 1885
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iii] iv-vi [vii-viii], [1-3] 4-46 [47-48]   [3d on binding]   Grey paper  
      GB:   LB destroyed   *LCF   OB   WYoLU(B)  

  • Village cookery
    • 1. [An edition of 'Village cookery', 1892]

      CBCat 36 describes this booklet has having 32 pages. The catalogue entry is the only reference to the work that I have found. Note: This entry added to digital files - transcribed from hardback. There may be missing information.


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