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The afternoon tea book

By MAITLAND, Miss Agnes Catherine

subjects: meals, tea,

  • 1. The | afternoon tea book. | How to make tea, coffee, chocolate, | cakes, scones, rolls, sandwiches, | cooling drinks, and ices. | By | Agnes C. Maitland, | author of "The Rudiments of Cookery,' "The Cookery Primer,' | and | Manager of the Liverpool School of Cookery Exhibit and | Tea-room, Liverpool International Exhibition.
    London: John Hogg; 1887
    15.0 x 11.0 cm   Pp [iii-vi] vii-x, 11-124, [i-ii] publ ads   [1s on binding]   Brown paper covered boards
    GB:   LB destroyed   *LoEN   OB  

    All pages, including the title-page, are printed in brown ink. There are 145 numbered recipes.

  • 2. — The | afternoon tea book. | How to make tea, coffee, chocolate, | cakes, scones, rolls, sandwiches, | cooling drinks, and ices. | By | Agnes C. Maitland, | author of "What Shall We Have for Breakfast'' | "The Cookery Primer,' etc. | Respectfully dedicated | to | H.R.H. the Duchess of Albany, | patroness of the | Northern Union of Schools of Cookery. | Third edition # (fourteenth thousand).
    London: John Hogg; nd
    15.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [iii-vi] vii-x, 11-124, [i-ii] publ ads   [1s on p i of publ ads]   Rebound
    GB:   *LB  

    All pages are printed in brown ink. LB dates this edition [1905].
    NIC(HA) cites the third edition but does not indicate if its copy is also the fourteenth thousand.% 2574

  • 3. — The | afternoon tea book | how to make tea, coffee, chocolate, | cakes, scones, rolls, sandwiches, | cooling drinks, and ices | by | Agnes C. Maitland | author of "What Shall We Have for Breakfast'' | "The Cookery Primer,' etc. | Respectfully dedicated | to | H.R.H. the Duchess of Albany | patroness of the | Northern Union of Schools of Cookery | Fourth edition (seventeenth thousand) | revised and enlarged by ) Helen Edden, M.C.A. | With special chapters on baking cakes | in gas ovens and sweet-making, etc.
    London: John Hogg; nd
    18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-iv] v-x, 11-134, [i-v] publ ads   [1s on binding]   Grey cloth
    GB:   *Priv coll   LB   LWel   LoEN   OB  
    US:   MU   PPL  

    All pages are printed in brown ink. This edition has 164 numbered recipes. The private collector's copy is inscribed June 1912. OB dates its copy, acquired in 1912, [1912]; LB dates its copy [1915]. (For books by Helen Edden see under her name.)% 2575