Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
By BLYTH, Harry
Magic morsels! | Scraps from an epicure's table, | gathered, garnished, and dished. | By | Harry Blyth, | author of "Snacks for the Hungry," "Eat, Drink and Be Merry," | &c., &c. | Chatty; anecdotal; practical.
London: T. H. Roberts and Co; Oldham: Tetlow and Stubbs; Edinburgh: John Menzies and Co; Cupar-Fife: John Innes, Fife Herald; nd
18.5 x 12.0 cm Pp 3-6  8  10 [11-12],  2-115, [i] ad Green cloth
There are two quotations on the title-page: above the title, ""Small store of manners when the King says come and feast at court, to say I've meat at home." # Quarles."; and below the title, ""There's no want of meat, sir; portly and curious viands are prepared to please all kinds of appetites." # Massenger.'
The book was published in 1879 or later since an advertisement on the verso of the title-page incorporates a letter dated 17 November 1879.