The Compleat City and Country Cook, or, Accomplish'd housewife: containing several hundred of the most approv'd receipts in cookery, confectionary, cordials, cosmeticks, jellies, pastry, pickles, preserving, syrups, English wines, &c., illustrated with forty-nine large copper plates directing the regular placing [of] the various dishes on the table from one to four or five courses, also, bills of fare according to the several seasons for every month of the year: likewise, the horse-shoe shaped table for the ladies at the late installment at Windsor... (1732) by Charles Carter.