The British Housewife, Or, The Cook, Housekeeper's, and Gardiner's Companion: Calculated for the Service Both of London and the Country : and Directing what is Necessary to be Done in the Providing For, Conducting, and Managing a Family Throughout the Year ... Together with the Nature of All Kinds of Foods, and the Method of Suiting Them to Different Constitutions; a Bill of Fare for Each Month, the Art of Marketing and Chusing Fresh Provisions of All Kinds... With the Conduct of a Family in Respect of Health; the Disorders to which They are Every Month Liable, and the Most Approved Remedies for Each : and a Variety of Other Valuable Particulars, Necessary to be Known in All Families ...

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