Name Domestic
Description

Works in this category include household management, cookery, midwifery, etiquette etc.

Title List

Displaying 25 titles of 284 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
6787 [The royal cook; or, the modern etiquette of the table, displayed with accuracy, elegance and taste, being a full and exact description of the manner of dressing and serving up royal dinners ...] Pennington, Mrs.
Richard Snagg [Rotherhith] (Rotherhithe)
1773
6520 A collection of above three hundred receipts in cookery, physick, and surgery: for the use of all good wives, tender mothers, and careful nurses. By several hands. The seventh edition. To which is added, a second part, containing a great number of excellent receipts, for preserving and conserving of sweet-meats, &c. Kettilby, Mary
1759
2123 A collection of scarce and valuable receipts, never before printed, and taken from the manuscripts of divers persons ... To which is added the making several sorts of wines, ... By Anne Battam, ... Battam, Anne
1750
7676 A complete collection of cookery receipts, (consisting of near four hundred,) which have been taught upwards of fifty years, with great reputation. By Susanna, Elizabeth, and Mary Kellet. Kellet, Susanna
1780
7483 A description of a set of prints of English history; contained in a set of easy lessons. By Mrs. Trimmer. In two parts. Trimmer, Sarah
1790
7508 A letter to a lady on the best means of obtaining the milk, in order to the suckling of the infant. Brown, Sarah
1777 1
7510 A letter to a lady on the mode of conducting herself during pregnancy. Also on the management of the infant. Brown, Sarah
1777 1
4677 A letter to a new-married lady. By Mrs. Chapone, ... Chapone, Hester Mulso
1777
4662 A letter to a new-married lady. By Mrs. Chapone, Author of the Letters on the Improvement of the Mind, &c. Chapone, Hester Mulso
Edward and Charles Dilly (London)
John Walter [Spring Gardens, Charing Cross] (London)
1777
3283 A new and easy method of cookery, Treating, I. Of gravies, soups, broths, &c. II. Of fish, and their sauces. III. To pot and make hams, &c. IV. Of pies, pasties, &c. V. Of pickling and preserving. VI. Of made wines, distilling and brewing, &c. To which are added, by way of appendix, fifty-three new and useful receipts, and directions for carving. By Elizabeth Cleland. Chiefly intended for the benefit of the young ladies who attend her school. The third edition. Cleland, Elizabeth
William Gray (Edinburgh)
R. Fleming (Edinburgh)
1770 3
3444 A new and easy method of cookery. Treating, I. Of gravies, soups, broths, &c. II. Of fish, and their sauces. III. To pot and make hams, &c. IV. Of pies, pasties, &c. V. Of pickling and preserving. VI. Of made wines, distilling and brewing, &c. By Elizabeth Cleland. Chiefly intended for the benefit of the young ladies who attend her school. Cleland, Elizabeth
J. Bruce (London)
William Gordon [Upper Kirkgate] (Aberdeen)
Samuel Willison (Edinburgh)
Charles Wright (Edinburgh)
1755 1
3168 A new and easy method of cookery. Treating, I. Of gravies, soups, broths, &c. II. Of fish, and their sauces. III. To Pot and Make Hams, &c. IV. Of Pies, Pasties, &c. V. Of Pickling and Preserving. VI. Of made wines, distilling and brewing, &c. to Which are Added, By Way of Appendix, Fifty-Three New and Useful Receipts, and Directions for Carving. By Elizabeth Cleland. Chiefly intended for the Benefit of the Young Ladies who attend Her School. The Second Edition. Cleland, Elizabeth
1759 2
1625 A new book of cookery; or, every woman a perfect cook; containing a very great variety of approved receipts in all the branches of cookery and confectionary, ... Written by Mrs. A. Smith, of Stafford, ... Smith, Alice
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1787
1629 A New Book of Cookery; or, Every Woman a Perfect Cook; Containing a very great variety of approved Receipts in all the branches of Cookery and Confectionary, viz. Marketing, Roasting, Boiling, Frying, Stewing, Hashing, Baking, Fricassees, Made Dishes, Soups, Sauces, Puddings, Pies and Tarts, Cakes, Custards, Cheese-cakes, Creams, Ragouts, Jellies, Pickling, Preserving, Drying, Potting, Candying, Collaring, English Wines, &c. To which is added, Directions for Clear Starching, and the Ladie's Toilet, or the Art of preserving and improving Beauty: Likewise a Collection of Family Physical Receipts, prepared at a small expence. The Whole calculated to assist the prudent Housewife in furnishing the cheapest and most elegant Set of Dishes in the various Departments of Cookery, and to instruct Ladies in many other Particulars of great Importance. Written by Mrs. A. Smith, of Stafford, Who has been a House-keeper to several Noble Families many Years. Smith, Alice
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1781
6267 A new collection of receipts in confectionary. Collected by several hands. Eales, Mary
William Cavell [29 Middle Row] (London)
1788
3032 A new present for a servant maid: containing rules for her moral conduct both with respect to herself and her superiors: the whole art of cooking, Pickling, Preserving, &c. &c. and every other Direction necessary to be known in order to render her a Complete, Useful, and Valuable Servant. In Ten Books. I. Necessary Cautions and Precepts for gaining Good will and Esteem. II. Directions for Marketing, or the Method of Chusing all Kinds of Butchers Meat, Fish, Fowl, &c. with Instructions for Carving. III. The Whole Art of Cookery fully displayed, both with regard to Dressing plain Victuals, and also that of made Dishes, Soups, Broths, &c. Together with the best Methods of Pickling all Kinds of Fruits, Buds, Flowers, &c. IV. The Art of Preserving the most useful Fruits, &c. V. The Method of Candying the Fruits, &c. generally kept in a Family. VI. The best Methods of Making all Kinds of English Wines, and giving them the true Flavour of those imported from abroad. Vii. The Whole Art of Distillation; with the Methods of making the Cordial and Sweet scented Waters hitherto used in England, and also those imported from other Countries. Viii. Useful Family Receipts. IX. Some general Rules and Directions for Maid-Servants. X. Instructions for Carving according to the Terms of Art. With Marketing Tables, and Tables for Casting-up Expences, &c. The Whole interspersed with a great Number of Original Receipts, never before published. By Mrs. Eliza Haywood. Haywood, Eliza
Henry Gardner (London)
G. Pearch (London)
1771
3053 A new present for a servant-maid: containing rules for her moral conduct both with respect to herself and her superiors: the whole art of cookery, pickling, preserving, &c. &c. and every other direction necessary to be known in order to render her a complete, useful, and valuable servant. In ten books. I. Necessary cautions and precepts for gaining goodwill and esteem. II. Directions for marketing, or the method of chusing all kinds of butchers meat, fish, fowl, &c. with instructions for carving. III. The whole art of cookery fully displayed, both with regard to dressing plain victuals, and also that of made dishes, soups, broths, &c. together with the best methods of pickling all kinds of fruits, buds, flowers, &c. IV. The art of preserving the most useful fruits, &c. V. The method of candying the fruits, &c. generally kept in a family. VI. The best methods of making all kinds of english wines, and giving them the true flavour of those imported from abroad. VII. The whole art of distillation; with the methods of making the cordial and sweet scented waters hitherto used in England, and also those imported from other countries. VIII. Useful family receipts. IX. Some general rules and directions for maid-servants. X. Instructions for carving according to the terms of art. With marketing tables, and tables for casting-up expences, &c. The whole interspersed with a great number of original receipts, never before published. By Mrs. Haywood. Haywood, Eliza
Henry Gardner (London)
G. Pearch (London)
1771
11614 A new system of domestic cookery, formed upon principles of economy, and adapted to the use of private families. By a lady. Rundell, Maria Eliza
John Harding (London)
John Murray II [Fleet Street] (London)
1806 1
13663 A new system of domestic cookery, formed upon principles of economy: and adapted to the use of private families. By a lady. A new edition, corrected. Rundell, Maria Eliza
John Murray II [Albemarle] (London)
1812
13664 A new system of domestic cookery; formed upon principles of economy: and adapted to the use of private families. By a lady. A new edition, corrected. Rundell, Maria Eliza
John Murray II [Albemarle] (London)
1818
13665 A new system of domestic cookery; formed upon principles of economy: and adapted to the use of private families. By a lady. A new edition, corrected. Rundell, Maria Eliza
John Murray II [Albemarle] (London)
1821
3035 A present for women addicted to drinking. Adapted to all the different stations of life, from a lady of quality to a common servant. William Owen (London)
1750
3017 A saving of thirty pounds per cent. by a new method of cookery. Melroe, Eliza
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1797
3281 A treatise on the art of midwifery. Setting forth various abuses therein, especially as to the practice with instruments: the whole serving to put all rational inquirers in a fair way of very safely forming their own judgment upon the question; which it is best to employ, in cases of pregnancy and lying-in, a man-midwife; or, a midwife. By Mrs. Elizabeth Nihell, professed midwife. Nihell, Elizabeth
A. Morley (London)
1760
1698 Aiden's prize, or, The batchelor's puzzle. Being miscellany of theological and philosophical queries, proposed to all the ingenious married men and batchelors in the Kindom of England. Mrs. Anne Ward, a beautiful young lady of five hundred pounds a year. who vows never to marry any man but him who resolves the following questions. And likewise promises the ingenious married man an hundred guineas for his trouble. Ward, Ann
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1750