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GLASSE, Hannah.]

Published by London: printed for the author; and sold at Mrs Ashburn's, 1747 (1747)

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About this Item: London: printed for the author; and sold at Mrs Ashburn's, 1747, 1747. Folio (303 × 184 mm). Contemporary calf-backed marbled boards, vellum tips, spine with five raised bands, red sprinkled edges. Housed in a dark brown quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Some restoration to strengthen joints at the ends, calf splitting a little to joints at the centre but all holding, boards generally worn with a few marks, small instance of worming near foot at rear pastedown affecting pp. 163-6, final leaf a little creased, lacking rear free endpaper, but a very good copy, notably tall, in a contemporary binding, and remarkably clean for a book so often put through deleterious usage. The front free endpaper bears the ownership inscription, "Warriston House", Edinburgh, originally the seat of Archibald Johnston, Lord Warriston (16111663), first in a line of prominent Scottish statesmen. First edition of this landmark cookery book by Hannah Glasse (1708-1770), which went through eight editions in the author's lifetime (all later editions being in smaller format). It was reprinted 33 times in 50 years, was the most popular cookery book of the 18th century and probably its best-selling non-religious title, and remained the household culinary authority until Mrs Beeton's works appeared over a century later. This unprecedentedly comprehensive recipe book, which far exceeded "any thing of the kind ever yet published" (Glasse's long-title), was written not "in the high, polite Stile" but "to instruct the lower Sort" (that is, the literate servant), and was pleasingly laid out for practical use. It is also highly characterful; Glasse's preface contains the following observation on the difference between the French and the English taste in home economics: "A Frenchman, in his own country, would dress a fine Dinner of twenty Dishes and all genteel and pretty, for the Expence he will put an English Lord to for dressing one Dish. But then there is the little petty Profit. I have heard of a Cook that used six Pounds of Butter to fry twelve Eggs; when every Body knows, that understands Cooking, that Half a Pound is full enough, or more than need to be used: But then it would not be French. So much is the blind Folly of this Age, that they would rather be impos'd on by a French Booby, than give Encouragement to a good English Cook!" Certainly a part of Glasse's project was to give encouragement to good English cooking, and there is indeed an entire chapter entitled, "Read this Chapter, and you will find how expensive a French Cook's Sauce is", however this Art of Cookery is not all down-to-earth matter-of-fact good English fare (though that is the focus), as more exotic recipes are occasionally interpolated, ranging from directions "To Crimp Cod the Dutch way", to how "To make a Currey the India way". There is also a chapter dedicated to cooking "for the Sick", one with special long-lasting recipes "for the Captains of Ships" (including "Sea Venison"), one with directions for making wines and brewing beer, one with interesting advice for the house keeper on "How to market" (that is, what to buy in what season), and a final chapter with cures for rabies and the plague. It should be noted, as yet another testament to its wide-ranging popularity and influence, that the Art of Cookery became the rubric for the culinary literature of North America, since the first American cookery books were effectively pirated reprints of Glasse's work. First editions of Glasse's Art of Cookery are genuinely rare in contemporary binding, and this is an exceptionally tall copy. Bitting pp. 1867; Maclean pp. 5861; Oxford pp. 767; Vicaire 48. Seller Inventory # 91711

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The Art of Cookery Made Plain and: Glasse, Hannah

Glasse, Hannah

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About this Item: Not Stated, 1755. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Printed For The Author At Mrs. Ashburn's, A China Shop, The Corner Of Fleet Ditch, 5Th Edition 1755. Full Leather; Five Raised Spine Compartments. Simple Title In Gold And Red. Robustly Bound Throughout. No Cracks To Spine. Very Little Wear To Boards' Edges. All Pages Clean And Present. H. Glasse's Signature On P.1 To Authenticate The Publication. (This Signature Is Usually Called A Facsimile; But In This Copy It Has All The Evidence Of Being Penned, With The H On One Side And The Glasse On The Other Side Of The Title On P.1.) Two Previous Owners' Signatures On Pre-Title Page; Otherwise Unmarked. This Was The Last Edition Under Hannah Glasse's Control As She Faced Bancruptcy. This Fifth Edition Was Published With An Appendix And 'Additions': The Extra Recipes That Had Accumulated Over The Previous Four Editions. These Include The First In English To Include A Recipe For Curry - 'The Indian Way'; Photos Available On Request. Seller Inventory # 121651-23

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About this Item: London: Printed for W.Strahan, J. and F.Rivington, W.Johnson., 1770., 1770. 8vo. pp. 1 p.l., vi, [24], 384, [24]index. contemporary calf, rebacked preserving endpapers with ownership entries of Mary Beard dated 1806, Mrs. Joseph Green, dated 1836 & 2 others (some light browning). Early edition, published the year of the author's death, of this famous English cookery book. The popularity enjoyed by Glasse's work was not surpassed until the appearance of Mrs. Beeton's cookbook in the middle of the following century. Mclean records thirty-six editions published between the first of 1747 and 1800. The 'appendix' of one hundred and fifty new recipes introduced by the publisher Millar in the 1758 edition, is notable for its Jewish dishes. Other interesting inclusions are instructions for preserving tripe 'to go to the East Indies', cures for rabies (borrowed from Dr. Mead) and the plague, and ways of ridding oneself of bugs. Despite the popularity of her book, Glasse went bankrupt in 1754 and was forced to auction copyright to it. In 1757 she was briefly imprisoned for debt in the Marshalsea and then Fleet prison. She went on to publish two further works in 1760, The Servants Directory and The Compleat Confectioner, both of which failed to attain the success of the first. Maclean p. 60. Bitting p. 189. Vicaire c. 414. This edition not in Cagle or Simon. Seller Inventory # elala5080

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The Art Of Cookery Made Plain And: Glasse, Hannah

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Published by Published For The Author: And Sold By A. Millar, In The Strand; And T. Trye, Near Gray's-Inn Gate, Holbourn, London (1758)

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About this Item: Published For The Author: And Sold By A. Millar, In The Strand; And T. Trye, Near Gray's-Inn Gate, Holbourn, London, 1758. Full Leather. Condition: Very Good. Sixth Edition. the scarce sixth edition; " To Which Are Added, By Way Of Appendix One hundred and fifty New and Useful Receipts, And a copious Index to this and all Octavo Editions, Never Before Published"; By A Lady; professionally rebound in full brown calf in a period binding with Oxford panels; lettering in gilt on two leather labels on spine; five raised bands; gilt and blind tooling on spine; Hannah Glasse (1708-1770) wrote in a style that the masses could understand; to quote from her Preface." If I have not Wrote in the high polite Stile, I hope I shall be forgiven; for my Intention is to instruct the lower Sort, and therefore must treat them in their own Way. For example; when I bid them lard a fowl, if I should bid them lard with large Lardoons, they would not know what I meant: But when I say they must lard with little Pieces of Bacon, they know what I mean"; new front and rear endpapers; small top section of first page of the table of Contents has been professionally repaired; minor age toning and very little foxing; a handsome copy. Size: Octavo. Seller Inventory # 301382

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The Art of Cookery, made Plain and: GLASSE (Hannah)]

About this Item: London: Printed for A. Millar J. and R. Tonsons. W. Strahan T. Caslon T. Rukham and W. Nicoll, 1765. 8vo, 202 x 120 mms., pp. [ii], vi, [xxiv], 384 [385 - 408 Index], contemporary calf, spine and joints very neatly restored, a very good copy with the contemporary autograph "Sarah Browne" on the top margin of the recto of the front free end-paper, and with the author's autograph on page [1]. With the price in square brackets below the imprint: [ Price bound Five Shillings ]. Glasse (c. 1708 - 1770), the "illegitimate" daughter of Isaac Allgood [sic] and his mistress Hannah Reynolds, married John Glasse in 1724, and, with a growing family and an indifferent husband, began collecting recipes and published this very popular book in 1747. However, she seems to have lacked business acumen and had accumulated debts totalling more than £10,000 by 1754; she was made bankrupt and the copyright for the book was taken over by Andrew Miller and a conger of other London booksellers. ESTC lists three ninth editions printed in 1765; this conforms to N29940 (Bodleian; Memorial Library Wisconsin-Madison, University of California San Diego). Another issue, N29940, has "Receips" in the title. Seller Inventory # 7932

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GLASSE, Hannah] A LADY.

Published by A. Millar, J. & R. Tonson, W. Strahan, P. Davey and B. Law, London (1760)

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About this Item: A. Millar, J. & R. Tonson, W. Strahan, P. Davey and B. Law, London, 1760. Seventh edition, facsimile signature of Hannah Glasse on p.1. Pp. [ii], xxx, 408 (including index). 8vo., contemporary full calf, a bit rubbed and worn at extremities with a weak upper headcap, occasional light browning round edges but generally very good. Hannah Glasse's great and important work was originally published in 1747. This expanded seventh edition was published in her lifetime, she died in 1770. 10 copies listed in ESTC, 2 in the UK, 1 in Germany and the rest in the North America. Seller Inventory # 4783

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Glasse, Hannah. 1708 - 1770]. 'By a Lady.'

Published by Printed, and sold at Mrs. Ashburn's China-Shop ., London (1755)

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About this Item: Printed, and sold at Mrs. Ashburn's China-Shop ., London, 1755. [4], vi, [20], 334 pp. 8vo: ^2 a - c^4 d^2 B - 2T^4 2U^2. 8-1/4" x 5-1/8" Binding - Fine. Text - usual browning & foxing to paper; some minor worming to upper margin of first half of text block. Very Good. Modern dark brown full speckled leather binding, with maroon title label in second spine compartment. Original endsheets retained 5th edition, with Additions (Axford, p. 17n, Cagle 699, MacLean, p. 59, Oxford, p. 77n, Wheaton & Kelly 2408; Bitting, pp. 186-187, for the 1747 first edition [as well as subsequent editions, though not this 5th]). Signed by "Glasse" on p. 1 [presumed to be that a house employee on Glasse's behalf]. Seller Inventory # 40574

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THE ART OF COOKERY MADE PLAIN AND: A.Lady .GLASSE,Hannah .

A.Lady .GLASSE,Hannah .

Published by Printed for A Millar, London,1763. (1763)

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About this Item: Printed for A Millar, London,1763., 1763. 8vo.pp.xxxii + 384,24p.index.small section missing at the foot of the page in the contents. Full calf, raised bands.Very Good.This is the eighth edition. Glasses book was frequently attributed to Ben Johnson.She was a real person lived in Bloomsbury,London," I only hope my book will answer and meet the ends I intend it for which is to improve the servants and save the ladies a great deal of trouble". Seller Inventory # 18477

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THE ART OF COOKERY MADE PLAIN AND: Glasse, Hannah (1708-1770)
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About this Item: Printed for W. Strahan, F. Rivington, etc., London, 1770. A New Edition. "A New Edition" (xxvi), 384p, (xxiv, index). Facsimile autograph on first text page. Bound in Bayntun Riviere in Quarter brown morocco with cloth sides, the spine with gilt titles and culinary decorations in the panels. Bitting p. 189; Maclean p. 60; Vicaire p. 114. Scattered light foxing, heavy to the title page, else all quite clean and sound. Seller Inventory # 20930

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Glasse, Hannah (a Lady)

Published by Printed for the Author and Sold at the Blue-Coat Boy, Etc., London (1751)

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About this Item: Printed for the Author and Sold at the Blue-Coat Boy, Etc., London, 1751. Condition: Very Good. Fourth Edition with Additions. Attractive early copy of this classic 18th-century cookbook. First published in 1747 and authored by Hannah Glasse (1708-1770), the book received numerous printings for nearly 100 years. Includes instructions on roasting and boiling, "a French Cook's Sauce", "pretty little dishes for a supper", dressing fish, soups, puddings, pies, Lent dinner, directions for the sick, for captains of ships, hams, pickling, cheesecakes and "whip" syllabubs, making wines and brewing, French bread and muffins, jarring, making anchovies and "Catchup", the seasons of the year for butchers, cure for bite of a "Mad Dog", "a receipt to keep clear from Buggs", dressing turtles in the "West-India Way", making ice cream, turkey in jelly, etc. Original leather boards with tooled decoration. Expertly rebacked with ribbed spine, gilt trim, and morocco label with gilt title. Binding firm. Contents clean with a few period marginal notes. Signed by author at top of first chapter of book. Previous owner's name written on front endpaper and dated 1764. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall, 334 pp. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 005305

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Glasse, Hannah

Published by A. Millar, J. And R. Tonson, W. Strahan,., London (1763)

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About this Item: A. Millar, J. And R. Tonson, W. Strahan,., London, 1763. Modern Quarter Calf. Condition: Very Good. Eighth Edition. Blanks at front and rear preserved. Well bound in modern, but not recent, quarter calf with marbled paper sides. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 004010

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Glasse, Hannah (a Lady)

Published by Printed for the Author, and sold at Mrs Ashburn's China-Shop etc., London (1751)

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About this Item: Printed for the Author, and sold at Mrs Ashburn's China-Shop etc., London, 1751. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 4th Edition. Recased with a new leather spine in 6 compartments, and retaining the original leather covered boards. Manuscript recipe in an 18th-century hand on front pastedown, and signed by Hannah Glasse on page 1, otherwise a clean copy apart from a occasional light surface soiling to pages. Title, iv, [xx], 334 pp. Rare. Seller Inventory # COO0169

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Glasse, Mrs Hannah

Published by A. Millar et al, London (1765)

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About this Item: A. Millar et al, London, 1765. Full-Leather. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket - as issued. Ninth Edition. Contents, 360 pages plus index. Contemporary leather boards with raised bands to spine. Manuscript recipes to rear endpaper. Cagle 701, Oxford page 76. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 24734

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Glasse, Mrs Hannah

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About this Item: J. Rivington and Sons et al, London, 1788. Full-Leather. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket - as issued. New Edition. Contents, 409 pages plus index. Contemporary leather boards with raised bands to spine. Fold-out plate after index is torn with loss. Oxford page 76, Cagle 695-706 does not list the 1788 printing. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 24735

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THE ART OF COOKERY made plain and: GLASSE, Mrs. (Hannah

GLASSE, Mrs. (Hannah Glasse, 1708-70)

Published by Printed for J. Rivington and Sons, L. Davis, T. Longman, B. Law, T. Payne and Son, B. White and Son, J. Robson and W. Clarke, J. Johnson, G. G. J. and J. Robinson, T. Cadell, T. Vernor, E. Newbery, W. Nicoll, H. Gardiner, R. Baldwin, and others, London (1788)

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About this Item: Printed for J. Rivington and Sons, L. Davis, T. Longman, B. Law, T. Payne and Son, B. White and Son, J. Robson and W. Clarke, J. Johnson, G. G. J. and J. Robinson, T. Cadell, T. Vernor, E. Newbery, W. Nicoll, H. Gardiner, R. Baldwin, and others, London, 1788. Hardcover. "A new edition, with all the modern improvements; and also the order of a bill of fare for each month, in the manner the dishes are to placed upon the table, in the present taste." Octavo, leaf height 21 cm. pp (2), vi, (20, Contents), 409, [1], (25, Index), [1] + folding table at p. 1 + binder's blank front and rear. Facsimile author signature on p.1, as issued. Recently rebound in full tan calf, spine with red morocco label, gilt rules to raised bands, date at foot. Page edges tanned; two inch tear at bottom of folding table neatly repaired on blank side; in all, externally fine, internally near fine, with only occasional minor foxing. Collated complete. A very nice clean copy of the most famous 18th century English cookbook. Cagle 695-706, not listing the 1788 printing. First published in 1747, it went through numerous printings and revisions. Seller Inventory # 43052

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The Art of Cookery, Made Plain and: Glasse Hannah

Glasse Hannah

Published by A. Millar, London (1763)

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About this Item: A. Millar, London, 1763. Hardcover (rebound in cloth). Condition: Very Good Condition. Eighth edition. Rebound in modern red cloth. Light foxing, finger soiling, a few mild creases internally, title page a little loose - a nice, clean copy overall. Facsimile signature of Glasse on page one. vi, (24), 384, (24)pp. Cagle 702, Vicaire 414.Eighth edition of perhaps the most influential of all English 18th century cookbooks. Though her advances were partly fictitious, and her cookbooks were heavily plagiarized from Eliza Smith and, especially, The Whole Duty of a Woman (1737), she was responsible for the first English curry recipe "To make a currey the Indian way" and an early recipe for raspberry ice cream, one of the earliest in an English cookbook, only predated by one in Bailey's Dictionarium Domesticum (1736). She also advanced the simplicity and economy of English cooking - even if sometimes just to run down French cooking techniques (e.g. her chapter devoted to ridiculing the extravagance of French sauces). Size: 8vo (octavo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000160. Seller Inventory # CAT000160

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Glasse, Mrs. [Hannah]

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About this Item: Cottom and Stewart, Alexandria [Virginia], 1812. Hardcover. Condition: Poor. Alexandria [Virginia]: Cottom and Stewart, 1812. Published 1912. Rough but complete copy of this hard-to-find work on cooking and food and menu selection, also a scarce pre-Civil War Virginia imprint. Unfortunately this copy does indeed appear to have been through the war, with scorched covers and smoke-darkened outer edges, a few smoke whispers in the margins, but the text complete, readable and barely touched by the smoke darkening. Full calf of the period with gilt spine ruling and old repair to the rear cover, 288, xii pages, endpapers still present but with excess creasing and a few tiny edge chips. Covers are dried and blackened, especially the front cover, with the calf curled back from the underlying composition board which has warped considerably. Text block is somewhat shaken with a few gatherings a little loosened but not detached, contents protruding from the covers at the outer edges, pages generally clean with the aforenoted minor smoke traces in the margins, some darkening to the upper corner of the title page and first page of text, names of Israel Gillett and Susan Morris on front free endpaper along with the name Regent in all caps. Good rebinding candidate but readable as is. Hard Cover. Poor. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 017867

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Glasse, Hannah) A Lady

Published by A. Millar, J. And R. Tonson, , W. Strahan, T. Caslon, T. Durham, and W. Nicoll., London (1765)

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About this Item: A. Millar, J. And R. Tonson, , W. Strahan, T. Caslon, T. Durham, and W. Nicoll., London, 1765. Full Leather. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket. Ninth Edition. A good copy of this ninth edition of Glasse's book. Contents complete, but upper board and ffep and title page detached. Very slight worm damage to lower margin of ffep, title page, and first 7 pages of "To the Reader" and contents. Not affecting any text. Also noticeable on inner side of upper board. 384 pages plus complete index. Contents unmarked and tight. Facsimile "H. Glasse" signature at top of first chapter. Contemporary boards and spine rubbed, and spine with no titling. Images available if requested. Ownership name - "Susan Huggins" at top of title page. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 006202

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GLASSE, Hannah.

Published by London, A. Millar, J. and R. Tonson, W. Strahan, P. Davey and B. Law, 1760, (1760)

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About this Item: London, A. Millar, J. and R. Tonson, W. Strahan, P. Davey and B. Law, 1760, 1760. Condition: molto buono. in-8, pp. VI, (24) di indici dei capitoli e dei paragrafi, 384,  (24) di indici alfabetici di pietanze ed ingredienti. Legatura coeva in piena pelle, filetti in oro al dorso e ai piatti.  Settima edizione (la prima del 1747) di fortunato libro di gastronomia, scritto in linguaggio semplice e comprensibile appositamente per diffondersi ed essere compreso anche dai meno istruiti; l'A. infatti scrive nella prefazione:  "If I have not Wrote in the high polite Stile, I hope I shall be forgiven; for my Intention is to instruct the lower Sort, and therefore must treat them in their own Way. For example; when I bid them lard a fowl, if I should bid them lard with large Lardoons, they would not know what I meant: But when I say they must lard with little Pieces of Bacon, they know what I mean".  Non comune. Buon esemplare. . Seller Inventory # 0000000042000

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Glasse, Mrs Hannah

Published by W. Gilbert, Dublin (1796)

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About this Item: W. Gilbert, Dublin, 1796. Full-Leather. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket - as issued. New Edition. A new Edition, with all the modern improvements. To which are added one hundred and fifty new and useful receipts: Also, the order of a bill of fare for each month, in the manner the dishes are to be placed upon the table, in the present taste. And also, fifty receipts for different articles of perfumery. With a copious index. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 15693

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Glasse, Hannah

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About this Item: W.Strahan, London. Full Leather. Condition: Good. Boound in full leather. Usual browning to the edges. A new editition of this most famous 18th century cookbook, originally published in 1747. Hannah Glasse (1708-1770) wrote in a style that the masses could understand; to quote from her Preface." If I have not Wrote in the high polite Stile, I hope I shall be forgiven; for my Intention is to instruct the lower Sort, and therefore must treat them in their own Way. For example; when I bid them lard a fowl, if I should bid them lard with large Lardoons, they would not know what I meant: But when I say they must lard with little Pieces of Bacon, they know what I mean". 384pp plus index. 8X5 inch. A few cracks to spine. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 032949

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A Lady' (Hannah Glasse):

Published by London: A Millar J & R Tonson etc (1763)

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About this Item: London: A Millar J & R Tonson etc, 1763. Eighth edition. HB. Full leather, plain with no title panel, two gilt ruled border lines to main boards. vi, 384pp plus index; octavo. Includes Appendix with new recipes. A book intended for the improvement of the cooking skills of servants. Poor condition overall. The spine has split so the book is in two sections, the front board is almost detached, and the covers are very worn and abraded. The pages are generally clean, some are tanned, and there are various usage marks ; the first 100 or so have a brown stain to the lower margins; the closed edges are browned;there are no prelims before the title page , The book starts with the title page. Seller Inventory # 26994

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Mrs. Glasse (Hannah)

Published by London (1796)

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About this Item: London, 1796. Hard Cover. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. New Edition. Cloth spine and boards, paper covers (probably rebound professionally), 419 pages. Spine ends and corners bumped, cover edges rubbed and chipped, pencil note on front paste-down, first 12 pages loose/separated, foxing throughout. Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 ". Seller Inventory # 21410

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Hannah Glasse

Published by Prospect Books (2004)

ISBN 10: 1903018374 ISBN 13: 9781903018378

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About this Item: Prospect Books, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1903018374

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Hannah Glasse

Published by Prospect Books (1983)

ISBN 10: 0907325173 ISBN 13: 9780907325178

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About this Item: Prospect Books, 1983. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Facsimile edition. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory # 0907325173

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The Art of Cookery Made Plain and: Hannah Glasse

Hannah Glasse

Published by John Exshaw, Dublin (1753)

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About this Item: John Exshaw, Dublin, 1753. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. Original full leather. The front cover is very loose and hanging on by the end paper but otherwise the book is sturdy. Some marking to the edges of the pages which doesn't mar the actual pages and 'ex Libris Sam Bayly' written on the title page. A good copy of this classic book. This is an unusual copy published in Dublin. Printed for John Exshaw at the Bible on Cork-Hill Hannah Glasse's book is the classic cookery book on which many others were based. 457 pages plus Index. Seller Inventory # 000664

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A Lady (Hannah Glasse)

Published by Printed for W. Strahan. London., J. and F. Rivington, J. Hinton, Hawes and Co., et al. 1774 (1774)

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About this Item: Printed for W. Strahan. London., J. and F. Rivington, J. Hinton, Hawes and Co., et al. 1774, 1774. Condition: Fair to Good/no dust jacket. New edition. "A new edition with the Order of a Modern Bill of Fare, for each month, in the Manner the Dishes are to be placed upon the Table" "One hundred and fifty new and useful receipts, and a copious index" The first page of text has the name H Glasse within the title. The boards are detached, they are very worn, the leather surface covering has loss. The spine covering with it's five raised bands in still firmly attached, but has loss and wear to the top and bottom, no label or lettering present. The rear free endpaper is missing. The book starts with the title page, the front free endpaper and half-title? are missing, but the text, introductory 'To the Reader,' contents pages, appendix and index all seem to be present. The Bill of Fare mentioned on the title page is not present. I believe some editions, although mentioned, did not have this fold-out page. The block containing the contents lists is becoming loose. The edges of the page block are discoloured with stains to the bottom edge. Internally the book is surprisingly clean given it's age, a few small marks. An early copy of Mrs Glasse's recipe book, worthy of a re-bind? size:20.5 x 13 cms. Fair to Good/no dust jacket 384 pages of main text+Index. Seller Inventory # P3216

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Glasse, Hannah

Published by Prospect Books (2004)

ISBN 10: 1903018374 ISBN 13: 9781903018378

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About this Item: Prospect Books, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111903018374

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Glasse, Hannah

Published by Prospect Books (2004)

ISBN 10: 1903018374 ISBN 13: 9781903018378

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About this Item: Prospect Books, 2004. Paperback. Condition: Like New. Almost new condition. Seller Inventory # P011903018374

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Glasse, Hannah

Published by Prospect Books (2004)

ISBN 10: 1903018374 ISBN 13: 9781903018378

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About this Item: Prospect Books, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB1903018374

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