The British perfumer:
being a collection of choice receipts and observations made during an extensive practice of thirty years, by which any lady or gentleman may prepare their own articles of the best quality, whether of perfumery, snuffs, or colours.
By the late Charles Lillie ... Now first edited by Colin Mackenzie.
|Main Author:||Lillie, Charles.|
|Related Names:||Mackenzie, Colin, ed.|
London, J. Souter; 1822.
xxvi, 372 p.
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