A Paris: Chez Emile Babeuf a la Librairie historique et des arts et métiers, rue Saint-Honoré, no. 123, Hôtel d'Aligre, 1822.
Octavo, , vi, 454 pages. [I], III leaves of plates. Second edition. The original was published in 1815 with the title, Manuel complet d'économie domestique. This 1822 second edition was the first to carry the new title. Cagle incorrectly states that the title was changed with the third edition, of 1825. The frontispiece is a handsome depiction of Le Cuisinier Parisien, tasting from a pot on the stove, and accompanied by a seated female assistant, a cat, and a dog. An array of kitchen equipment is displayed on shelves. Albert was chef de cuisine to Cardinal Fesch, Prince of France, diplomat, and uncle of Napolean Bonaparte. Some light foxing throughout, otherwise tight and sound. Rebound in one-quarter brown calf, with gilt-stamped spine decoration and titling. [OCLC locates nine copies, just two in the US, at LOC and the National Academy of Medicine; Bitting page 5; Cagle 28; Vicaire 9].