Moxon   Elizabeth     - A rare unrecorded and possibly spurious imprint.
Title page 1. -- EXEMPLIFIED IN ABOVE FOUR HUNDRED AND Fifty RECEIPTS, Giving Directions in most Parts of COOKERY; And how to prepare various SORTS of SOups, Made-dishes, Pasties, Pickles, Cakes, Creams, Jellies, Made-wines, &c.&c.&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 Fa-milies, higher and lower Women Servants, and confined to Things Useful, Substantial, and Splendid, and calculated for the Preserv-ation of Health, and upon the Measures of Frugality, being the result of Thirty Years Prectice and Experience. By Elizabeth Moxon. WITH AN APPENDIX. Containing upwards of EIGHTY RECEIPTS, of the most valua-ble Kind, (many never before printed) communicated to the Publisher by several Gentlewoman in the Neighbourhood, dis-tinguished by their extraordinary Skill in Housewifery --- To this Ediion is now added, an INTRODUCTION, giving an Ac-count of the Times when RIVER FISH are in Season; and a TABLE, shewing at one View the proper Seasons for Sea Fish. FOURTEENTH EDITION, Corrected. LONDON: PUBLISHED FOR THE BOOKSELLERS; AND PRINTED AND SOLD BY H. AND G MOZELY, MARKET-PLACE GAINSBROUGH. 1800. ---Title page 2.[Supplement] English Housewifery Improved OR, A SUPPLEMENT TO MOXON's COOKERY CONTAINING Upwards of Sixty Modern and Valuable RECEIPTS, In Pastry, Preserving, Made Dishes, Made Wines, &c. Collected by a Person of Judgement. WITH CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS. THE SEVENTH EDITION. London: PUBLISHED FOR THE BOOKSELLERS; AND PRINTED AND SOLD BY H. AND G MOZELY, MARKET-PLACE GAINSBROUGH. 1800.
12mo. 3feps. Title page. [1] iii Preface. (1)v-vii Introduction. (1) One plate of fish seasons. (1)10-172. Title page of the Supplement. 2-32. 8pp Bills of Fare. Six pages of engraved plates of Table settings with two folding. 6pp Index. 4feps. Half modern dark brown calf with marbled boards and calf corners. Internally all pages evenly browned throughout. Pages 13-14 and 23-24 are present but mis-bound. Half of page 13-14 is missing.
- This imprint not found in any bibliographies. Bitting, p334 cites a 14th edition with no date. Oxford p78, cites the same 'suspicious' 14th with no date, by 'Elizabeth Moxon and Others' Printed and sold by Andrew Hambleton. MacLean p106, also cites Oxford's 14th and with the printers as Andrew Hambleton and H. and G. Mozely but dated 1800. Craig p642, confusingly cites 13th (on the Title page) but states it is really a 15th and a Mozely imprint of 1789. His next imprint is also a Mozely; a new edition of 1808. This copy is another 1800 imprint; to only be printed and sold by Mozely. That makes three copies of the 1800 edition, with two in the bibliographies and this one unrecorded.

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