Apician Anecdotes; or, Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder: Containing a New and Improved Code of Eatics; Select Epicurean Precepts; Nutritive Maxims, Reflections, Anecdotes, &c. Illustrating the Veritable Science of the Mouth; Which Includes the Art of Never Breakfasting at Home and Always Dining Abroad

New York: J.D. Strong, 1836.

Price: $275.00

Hardcover. Second American edition. Small octavo. 212pp., illustrated. Original publisher's textured cloth gilt. Lacks front fly (one of the leaves preliminary to the title-page), strip cut away to remove a name at the top of the second leaf (which is, as is the third leaf, a humorous illustration), one signature bound slightly out of order, cloth worn down to the text block on the spine, but still a handsome and pleasing, about very good copy.

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Apician Anecdotes; or, Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder: Containing a New and Improved Code of Eatics; Select Epicurean Precepts; Nutritive Maxims, Reflections, Anecdotes, &c. Illustrating the Veritable Science of the Mouth; Which Includes the Art of Never Breakfasting at Home and Always Dining Abroad. Dick HUMELBERGIUS, Secundus, pseudonym.
Apician Anecdotes; or, Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder: Containing a New and Improved Code of Eatics; Select Epicurean Precepts; Nutritive Maxims, Reflections, Anecdotes, &c. Illustrating the Veritable Science of the Mouth; Which Includes the Art of Never Breakfasting at Home and Always Dining Abroad
Apician Anecdotes; or, Tales of the Table, Kitchen, and Larder: Containing a New and Improved Code of Eatics; Select Epicurean Precepts; Nutritive Maxims, Reflections, Anecdotes, &c. Illustrating the Veritable Science of the Mouth; Which Includes the Art of Never Breakfasting at Home and Always Dining Abroad