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The compleat family companion: or, the whole art of cookery made plain and easy
The compleat family companion: or, the whole art of cookery made plain and easy; in a method intirely new and suited to every capacity . . . Also curious extracts from a famous treatise on the teeth, their disorder and cure. Directions for marketing . . . with an excellent method for preserving of metals from rust, such as guns, grates, candlesticks, etc. [by a gentlewoman].
London: printed for the author DDDD 1753
18 cm. viii, 9-128 p.
US: CJ NYPL
-- another ed. London: printed for [----], [c.1787].
1. The 1753 work could have been written by Penelope Bradshaw. The phrase in the title- page about teeth is identical to the one employed in another 1753 work; see under earlier entry: BRADSHAW, Penelope, Bradshaw's family companion.
2. The only known reference to the 1787 edition is given by Hazlitt, p. 177. If the assumption in note above is correct the probable date of publication is nearer 1757 than '1787'.