Titles by Richardson, Mary in CHICAGO format
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Coles, Elisha. A dictionary, English-Latin, and Latin-English; containing all things necessary for the translating of either language into the other. To which end many things that were erroneous, are rectified, many superfluities retrenched, and very many defects supplied. And all suited to the meanest capacities, in a plainer method than heretofore; being for ease reduced into an alphabetical order, and explained in the mother tongue. And towards the compleating the English part (which hath been long desired) here are added thousands of words, phrases, proverbs, proper names, and many other useful things mentioned in the preface to the work. The seventeenth edition, with large additions. By Elisha Coles, late of Magdalen-College, Oxon. London: Allington Wilde II, Thomas Osborne II, James Bonwicke II, Edward Ballard, John Worrall, John and Thomas Pote, John Fuller [Cheapside], Benjamin Barker, Charles Bathurst [Cross Keys], Henry Woodfall II, Thomas Waller, John Beecroft, John Rivington I, Benjamin Dod [Dodd], John Hinton [St. Paul's Churchyard], William Strahan, Robert Baldwin I, Lacey Hawes, William Clarke, Robert Collins, Robert Horsfield, William Johnston [Ludgate Street], Thomas Caslon, Stanley Crowder, Thomas Longman II, Paul Stevens, George Keith, Bedwell Law [Ave Maria Lane, unspecified number], Thomas Field, Edward Dilly, Ann and Charles Corbett, John Wilkie, Catherine and Richard Ware, Zachariah Stuart, George Kearsley [Ludgate Street], James Waugh, John Coote, Thomas Lowndes [Fleet Street], George Knapp, Anne Shuckburgh, Jane Hinxman, Mary Richardson, Benjamin Collins, 1764.
Moxon, Elizabeth. English housewifry. Exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery; And how to prepare various sourts of Soops, Made-dishes, Pastes, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Madewines, &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, Substantial 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, 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 Ninth Edition, Corrected. Leeds: George Copperthwaite, 1764.
Fisher, Ann. A practical new grammar, with exercises of bad English: or, an easy guide to speaking and writing the English language properly and correctly. ... The tenth edition, enlarged and much improved. By A. Fisher. London: Lacy Hawes and Co., Thomas Slack [Union Street], Mary Richardson, 1765.