The honours of the table, or, Rules for behaviour during meals; with the whole art of carving, illustrated by a variety of cuts. Together with directions for going to market, and the method of distinguishing good provisions from bad; to which is added a number of hints or concise lessons for the improvement of youth, on all occasions in life. By the author of Principles of politeness, &c. ... For the use of young people.
- The 2d ed.
- London, The author, 1791.
- Physical Description:
- 120 p. ill. (incl. coat of arms) 17 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- BAC : Ms. notes.
BAC : Extra-illustrated with six mounted engravings.
BAC : The illustrations are by John Bewick. Cf. Hugo, Thomas. The Bewick collector. London, 1866-68, nos. 31 and 5373.
By John Trusler, the editor of Lord Chesterfield's Principles of politeness.
- Subject Terms:
- Carving (Meat, etc.)Grocery shopping.Table etiquette.
- Extra-illustrated copies (Provenance)
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