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The book of the apple

By THOMAS, Harry Higgott and Dr Harry Roberts

subjects: fruit, cooking with,

  • 1. The book of | the apple | by | H. H. Thomas | Assistant-Editor of "The Garden," formerly of the Royal | Gardens, Windsor | together with chapters on | the history and cookery of | the apple, and on the pre- | paration of cider: by the | editor
    London and New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head; 1902
    18.5 x 12.5 cm   Pp [i-vi] vii [viii] ix incorrectly numbered x [x] xi-xii, 1-112, [i-iv] publ ads   [2s 6d in publ ad]   Green cloth with image of house and garden on front
    Can:   BVaUB  
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    US:   DLC   NIC   CU   NNBG   WaSpG   PP   PPL   PPAMC   ICJ   MBH   NN   MB  

    The title-page is printed in red and green. The plates are included in the pagination.
    "The culture of the apple" on pages 1-84 by Thomas is followed by two chapters by Roberts, "The cookery of apples" on pages 85-97 and "Concerning cider" on pages 98-112.
    For information about the series and its editor, see the series title, "Handbooks of practical gardening", and Roberts, Dr Harry.