Title: An Encyclopaedia of Domestic Economy.
Publisher: Harper & Brothers, New York
Publication Date: 1845
Book Condition: Very Good
By Thomas Webster. Assisted by the late Mrs. Parkes. From the Last London Edition with notes and improvements By D. Meredith Reese. .Comprising Such Subjects as are Most Immediately Connected With Housekeeping; as The Construction of Domestic Edifices, with the Modes of Warming, Ventilating, and Lighting Them; A Description of the Various Articles of Furniture; A General Account of The Animal and Vegetable Substances Used as food, and the Methods of Preserving and Preparing Them by Cooking; Making Bread; Materials Employed in Dress and The Toilet; Business of The Laundry; Description of the Various Wheel-Carriages; Preservation of Health; Domestic Medicines, &c., &c. Illustrated with nearly one thousand engravings. 1238 pages. Illustrated. Re-cased in modern blue cloth with the title "Domestic Economy 1845" in gilt. With new end pages. There is a slight damp-staining on the outside text block but the interior only shows an occasional trace and is overall bright and clean. The is very light spotting to the front cover. Overall a handsome volume. Size: 9-1/4 Inches. Bookseller Inventory # 000584
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