Titles by Thomas Wilson [London House Yard] in CHICAGO format
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Moxon, Elizabeth. English housewifry exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery; And how to prepare various Sorts of Soops, Made-Dishes, Pastes, Pickle's, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made-Wines, &c. With Cuts for the orderly placing the Dishes and Courses; also Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year; and an alphabetical Index to the whole. A Book necessary for Mistresses of Families, higher and lower Women Servants, and confined to Things Useful, Substantiaz and Splendid, and calculated for the Preservation of Health, and upon the Measures of Frugality, being the Result of thirty Years Practice and Experience. By Elizabeth Moxon. With an appendix, never before printed, containing upwards of sixty receipts, of the most valuable Kind, communicated to the Publisher by several Gentlewomen in the Neighbourhood, distinguished by their extraordinary Skill in Housewifry. The eighth edition, corrected. Leeds: George Copperthwaite, 1758.
Moxon, Elizabeth. English housewifery exemplified in above four hundred and sixty receipts giving directions in most parts of cookery; ... With the cuts for the orderly placing the dishes and courses; ... By Elizabeth Moxon. The ninth edition. Wakefield: 1765.
Pennington, Sarah. An unfortunate mother's advice to her absent daughters, in a letter to Miss Pennington. By the Late Lady Pennington. A new edition. London: Robert Spence, Thomas Wilson [London House Yard], W. Law, R. Cater, A. Millar, 1789.
Peckham, Ann. The complete English cook; or, Prudent housewife. Being a collection of the most general, yet least expensive receipts in every branch of cookery and good housewifery. With directions for roasting, boiling, stewing, ragoos, soops, sauces, fricassees, pies, tarts, puddings, cheese-cakes, custards, jellies, potting, candying, collaring, pickling, preserving, made wines, &c. Together with directions for placing dishes on tables of entertainment: and many other things equally necessary. The whole made easy to the meanest capacity, and far more useful to young beginners than any book of the kind extant. By Ann Peckham, of Leeds, well known to have been for forty years one of the most noted cooks in the county of York. The Fourth Edition. To Which Is Added, A Supplement, Containing Forty-Nine Receipts, Never Before Printed. Leeds: Robert Spence, Thomas Wilson [London House Yard], Thomas Wright, 1790.
Usher, James. A Version of the Messiah, a Sacred Oratorio . . . . London: 1824.