Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
How to make a home and feed a family
How to make a home and feed a family. Containing the most comprehensive directions how to act as regards house taking, house furnishing, home management, and everyday cookery. Whether the means be large or small, the family numerous or otherwise, this work will be equally serviceable, and save its cost daily.
16.0 x 10.0 cm Pp [i-iii] iv-v [vi-x]  2-232 [i-iv]  2-154 illus
There are a further two title-pages for the two separate parts of the book. The first reads "How to make a home; including house furnishing and house economy'. The second reads "How to feed a family; comprising everyday cookery, for every family'. Each of the two parts has a separate list of contents and preface.
Note the pagination, which shows that the two parts are treated as distinct books, although they do not appear to have been bound and sold separately. The date of publication was probably between 1855 and 1860 (see following entry).
[Second edition, [1860?]]
The BMCat lists a second edition of "How to make a home and feed a family' as published London: Ward, Lock & Co, with a suggested date .