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Mason, Charlotte. The lady’s assistant for regulating and supplying her table, being a complete system of cookery, containing one hundred and fifty select bills of fare, properly disposed for family dinners of five dishes, to two courses of eleven and fifteen; with upwards of fifty bills of fare for suppers, from five dishes to nineteen; and several deserts: including likewise, the fullest and choicest receipts of various kinds, with full directions for preparing them in the most approved manner, from which a continual change may be made, as wanted, in the several bills of fare: published from the manuscript collection of Mrs. Charlotte Mason, a professed housekeeper, who had upwards of thirty years experience in families of the first fashion. The Third Edition.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 2481, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/2481. Accessed 2024-05-18.

@book{ wphp_2481
  author={Mason,Charlotte},
  year={1777},
  title={The lady’s assistant for regulating and supplying her table, being a complete system of cookery, containing one hundred and fifty select bills of fare, properly disposed for family dinners of five dishes, to two courses of eleven and fifteen; with upwards of fifty bills of fare for suppers, from five dishes to nineteen; and several deserts: including likewise, the fullest and choicest receipts of various kinds, with full directions for preparing them in the most approved manner, from which a continual change may be made, as wanted, in the several bills of fare: published from the manuscript collection of Mrs. Charlotte Mason, a professed housekeeper, who had upwards of thirty years experience in families of the first fashion. The Third Edition.},
  publisher={John Walter [Homer's Head, Charing Cross]},
  address={London},    }

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