COOKERY AND PASTRY, as Taught and Practiced by Mrs. Maciver, Teacher of Those Arts in Edinburgh

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Maciver, Mrs. A New Edition. Edinburgh: Printed for C. Elliot, 1787. [14], 264 pages. (Title Conclusion): “To Which are Added, For the First Time, Figures of Dinner and Supper Courses, From Five to Fifteen Dishes. Also, A Correct List of Every Thing in Season For Every Month in the Year.” Mrs. Susanna Maciver and her colleague Mrs. Frazer (The Practice of Cookery, Pastry, Confection…) ran one of the few schools of cookery for ladies in Edinburgh. From the estate of Dan Samuel, 4th Viscount Samuel (1925-2014), grandson of Herbert Louis Samuel, 1st Viscount Samuel, High Commissioner of Palestine (1920-1925). Rebound in marbled boards. Handwritten receipts on both sides of front free end paper. Repairs on pages 129-130 & 177-178, not affecting text. [CAGLE 842]. Tan calf, marbled paper covered boards. Very good. Hardcover.