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COOKERY -- HUNTER, Alexander (1729-1809). Culina famulatrix medicinae: or, Receipts in Modern Cookery; with a Medical Commentary, written by Ignotus. York: T. Wilson and R, Spence, 1807, 8°. Engraved frontispiece (rather offset onto title, some foxing). Modern half calf, uncut. Oxford p.133; Bitting p.238 (describing the 1805 edition).
HENDERSON, William Augustus. The Housekeeper's Instructor; or, Universal Family-Cook, edited by J.C. Schnebbelie. London: for T. Kelly, [c.1811]. Additional engraved title, portrait of the editor and 11 plates (a little discolouration and soiling). Contemporary black half raon (rubbed). Cf.Bitting p.224 (describing the 1807 edition).
And The Art of invigorating and prolonging life, by Food, Clothes, Air, Exercise, Wine, Sleep, &c. (London, 1821). (3)
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