Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
The complete British cook
The complete British cook: being a collection of the most valuable and useful receipts, for rendering the whole art of cookery plain and familiar to every capacity. etc.
London: printed by J. D. Dewick for West and Hughes 1800
17 cm. 104 p. frontis.
1. This book contains an advertisement for one of the two 1800 editions of the work of the late Mrs Glasse, which had been revised by Maria Wilson; see under earlier entry: GLASSE, Hannah, The compleat confectioner.
2. The British Library copy is bound with several other cookery works under 'Tracts on Cookery: 1699-1808', (press-mark 1037.6.41).
Oxford, p. 127