The French Cook; a system of fashionable, practical, and economical cookery, adapted to the use of English families. Twelfth edition, corrected and enlarged, with an appendix of observations on meals of the day...

London: John Ebers & Co., 27, Old Bon-Street, 1833.

Octavo, xlviii, 485, [3] pages. With an engraved frontispiece portrait of the author, and nine plates illustrating bills of fare. Twelfth edition, corrected and enlarged. Perhaps the most extravagant work on French cookery published in England up to that time, first issued in 1813. A particularly handsome copy, in publisher's original patterned green cloth with gilt-titled spine. Some internal light soiling and foxing, otherwise near fine. [Bitting 471; Vicaire 849 (other editions)].

Price: $500.00