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GELLEROY, WILLIAM flourished 1762
- The London cook, or the whole art of cookery made easy and familiar
The London cook, or the whole art of cookery made easy and familiar . . . to which is prefixed, a large copper-plate, representing His Majesty's table, with its proper removes, as it was served at Guild-Hall, on the 9th of November last, being the Lord Mayor's Day. etc.
London: printed for S. Crowder & Co.; and J. Coote and J. Fletcher 1762
20 cm%. LLLL BI:@DoCL@LBL@LeU(B)* iv, 486 p. pl.
US: KMK NPV NYPL
--another ed. Dublin: printed by T. and J. Whitehouse, 1762. DNLI
1. The author describes himself as 'William Gelleroy, late cook to her Grace the Dutchess [sic] of Argyle [sic], and now to the Right Hon. Sir Samuel Fludger, Bart., Lord Mayor of the City of London'.
Bitting, p. 179; Oxford, p. 92
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