6.3 In Stock
As a rule the north British ports furnish the largest supply; the southern ports suffer the most from foreign competition. Continental freightage also is light, and as the foreigner rarely keeps very closely to the laws of "fence months,".
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.09(d)|
About the Author
Lucy Helen Yates (1863-c.1935) was born in Basford, near Nottingham, the daughter of a lacemaker. In about 1892 she began writing for the Girls' Own Paper and other periodicals, contributing both fiction and advice on housekeeping and cookery; at least, she began signing her articles at that time, but it seems likely that she had been working as a journalist before this. Her first publication in volume form was The Profession of Cookery from a French Point of View (London: Ward Lock 1894) (possibly she had grown up partly in France) while The Convalescent's Diet appeared in 1901.