FAMILY RECEIPTS, OR, PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR THE HUSBANDMAN AND HOUSEWIFE, CONTAINING A GREAT VARIETY OF VALUABLE RECIPES, RELATED TO AGRICULTURE, GARDENING, BREWERY, COOKERY, DAIRY, CONFECTIONARY, DISEASES, FARRIERY, INGRAFTING, AND THE VARIOUS BRANCHES OF RURAL AND DOMESTIC ECONOMY. TO WHICH IS ADDED A PLAIN, CONCISE, METHOD OF KEEPING FARMER'S ACCOUNTS, WITH FORMS OF NOTES OF HAND, BILLS, RECEIPTS, &c. &c. Cincinnati: Published by A. B. Roff. Lincoln & Co. Printers, 1831. 12mo, pp. [i-iii] iv  6-398 [399-400: ads], nineteenth-century full leather, spine panel stamped in gold. First edition. The work, compiled by the editor of the UNITED STATES AGRICULTURAL AND FARMER'S REPORTER, is considered the first midwest cookbook. Binding quite rubbed, but sound, lacks frontispiece, "10¢" written in ink on the title page, text complete, pages foxed, several leaves stained, front endpaper missing, flyleaves missing. (#162789).
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