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Letters, by the Earl of Dundonald, on making bread from potatoes, to the inhabitants of Great Britain [electronic resource] : And particularly to the inhabitants of Ireland, who have been the first to cultivate and bring into general use, the invaluable plant or root, called the potatoe
Bib ID 4841822
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Dundonald, Archibald Cochrane, Earl of, 1749?-1831
 
Online Access
Description Edinburgh : Printed for William Creech, MDCCXCI. [1791] 
[4],24,[2]p. ; 8⁰. 
Notes

Final leaf is a postscript.

Reproduction of original from University of London's Goldsmiths' Library.

With a Half-title.

Cited In

English Short Title Catalog, N18973.

Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. 
Subjects Cooking (Bread) -- Early works to 1800.  |  Cooking (Potatoes) -- Early works to 1800.
Form/genre Letters.
Place Great Britain Scotland Edinburgh.
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