Friday, 27 August 2010

Advert.

Looking at the E book of cookery for the working
classes the original book may have carried adverts
if it did these were two of the products.



ROBINSON'S PATENT GROATS,


For more than thirty years have been held in constant and increasing
public estimation, as the purest farina of the Oat, and as the best and
most valuable preparation for making a pure and delicate GRUEL,which forms a light and nutritious support for the aged, is a popular recipe for colds and influenza, is of general use in the sick chamber, and alternately with the Patent Barley is an excellent Food for Infants and Children. Prepared only by the Patentees,


ROBINSON, BELLVILLE, AND CO.,
PURVEYORS TO THE QUEEN,
64, RED LION STREET, HOLBORN, LONDON.

1 comment:

postcardsfromthedinnertable said...

Lovely to look at, and to remember what it was like back then. :)