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What shall we have for breakfast?
subjects: meals, breakfast,
What shall we have | for breakfast? | Or, | everybody's breakfast book. | By | Agnes C. Maitland, | author of "The Afternoon Tea Book,' "The Cookery Primer,' | "The Rudiments of Cookery,' etc.
London: John Hogg; 1889
14.5 x 11.5 cm Pp [1-2] ads, [i-ii] iii-viii, 9-120, [i-ii] publ ads [1s on binding] Yellow paper covered boards
GB: *LB OB
All the pages are printed in brown ink. The preface is dated March 1889. There are 181 numbered recipes for breakfast dishes, including instructions for curing hams and spicing beef.
[Another edition, second, 1901]
Bib: A417 B304
GB: LB destroyed
US: ICJ DLC
Axford, Bitting and NUCat cite London: John Hogg, 1901.% 2580
What shall we have | for breakfast' | Or, | everybody's breakfast book. | By | Agnes C. Maitland, | author of "The Afternoon Tea Book,' "The Cookery Primer, | "The Rudiments of Cookery,' etc. | Third edition, revised and enlarged by | Helen Edden, M.C.A.
London: John Hogg; 1912
18.5 x 12.0 cm Pp [i-iii] iv-viii, 9-107, [i-iv] ads [1s 3d on binding] Blue cloth
GB: LB LWel LoEN OB *OPo(F)
There is no closing quotation-mark following "Primer' on the title-page. This edition has 139 numbered recipes plus an additional twenty-five numbered recipes on pages 96-107 by Helen Edden (for books by Helen Edden see under her name).% 2581