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The Art of Confectionary. I. Shewing the various methods of preserving all sorts of fruits, dry and liquid. Oranges, lemons, citrons, golden-pippins, ... &c. II. Flowers and herbs; as violets, angelica, orange-flowers, &c. Also how to make all sorts of biscakes, maspins, sugar-works, and candies. With the best methods of clarifying, and the different ways of boiling sugar. By the late ingenious Mr. Edw. Lambert, confectioner in Pall-Mall.
Printed for T. Taylor, by the Meuse-gate, in Castle-street. [1750?] [2], 61, [1]p. 8vo. Tear without loss to top inner corner of C3, & to head of F1 just affecting page numbers, final two leaves sl. browned, rear blank dusted & marked. Disbound.ESTC N67571, BL & Library of Congress only. Another edition, printed for T. Payne in 1761 is also recorded. Edward Lambert traded from his shop in St Alban's Street, Pall Mall in the 1740's. In his essay The Art of Confectionary, Ivan Day ascribes a date of c.1744 to this work.
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