Manchester / London: John Heywood / F. Pittman, 1873.
Octavo, 112,  pages. Advertisements. A condensed and revised version of Smith's Fruits and Farinacea, originally published in 1845. This revision is aimed at the lay reader, specifically the members of the Vegetarian Society. Smith took a very broad view of his subject, considering all of history from biblical times forward, and quoting Moses, Linnaeus, Adam Smith, and so on. In publisher's gilt-titled brown cloth over limp boards, with wear and chipping to the head and foot of the spine. Hinges shaken, otherwise near very good. [OCLC records just six copies of this edition].