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Dainty dishes for slender incomes

By ISOBEL

subjects: general,

  • 1. The Isobel handbooks. No. 1. | Dainty dishes | for slender incomes. ) Edited by | "Isobel" of Home Notes.
    London: C. Arthur Pearson; [1895]
    18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-ii] ads, [1-7] 8-128, [i-ii]   [1s on binding]   Light brown cloth
    GB:   LB   *OPo(F)  

    The preface of this first edition is dated London, February 1895.

  • 2. — [Title as first edition] | Third edition.
    London: C. Arthur Pearson; nd
    18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-ii] ads, [1-7] 8-128, [i-ii] ads   [1s on binding]   Light brown cloth
    GB:   *LB  

    The preface is dated London, February 1895.% 2198

  • 3. — [Another edition, 1898]

    This 128-page edition is cited in CBCat 38.
    It is unclear where this edition and the following undated, unnumbered edition fit in the publishing sequence.% 2198a

  • 4. — Dainty dishes | for slender incomes | edited by | "Isobel" of Home Notes
    London: C. Arthur Pearson Ltd; nd
    18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [1-6] 7-128   [1s on binding]   Green cloth with vertical stripes on front
    GB:   *OPo(F)  

    The preface is undated.% General comments: An advertisement in Charles Herman Senn's "Breakfast and supper dishes' published in 1898 cites the twenty-first thousand of "Dainty dishes for slender incomes'. An advertisement in Mrs Margaret E. Rattray's "Sweetmeat-making at home' of 1902 cites the twenty-second thousand.% American editions: A bookseller's stock held New York: New Amsterdam Book Co, 1900, and NUCat lists New York: New Amsterdam Book Co, 1902.% 2199