London: C. Hitch, C. Davis, S. Austen, 1736.
First edition. 8vo. unpaged. 306 leaves. Engraved frontispiece in five separate pictures of domestic scenes. Bound in 19th century quarter calf with pebbled cloth sides, the spine with gilt title and small simple gilt ornaments, red speckled text block edges. Flyleaves stained, frontispiece trimmed a little close at bottom edge, all quite sound, VG. Item #20148
"Shewing, I. The whole Arts of Brewing, Baking, Cookery, and Pickling. Also Confectionary in its several branches. II. The Management of the Kitchin, Pantry, Larder, dairy, Olitory, and Poultry. With the proper Seasons for Flesh, Fowl and FIsh. III. The Herdsman: Giving and Account of the Diseases of Cattle, Poultry, &c. And the most approved Remedies for their Cure. IV. The English Vineyard; being the best Method of making English Wines and of Distilling most Kinds of Simple and Compound Cordial Waters. V. The Apiary: Or, The Manner of Breeding, Hiving and managing of Bees. VI. The Family Physician and Herbalist. Containing the choicest Collections of Receipts for most Distempers, incident to Human Bodies, hitherto made Publick; with the Qualities and Uses of Physical Herbs and Plants of English Growth. BY. N. Bailey, Author of the Universal Etymological English Dictionary."
Bitting. p. 24; Oxford, p. 69; Maclean, p. 7; Cagle, No. 555; Noling, p. 47.