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[England, 1780-1850] Begins with an 18th-century, undated section of medical recipes, primarily for horses and other animals, but with some remedies for worms in children, ague, heart burn, rheumatism, etc. (p. 1-26), with a listing of the contents of this section on f. i recto. Remainder of the volume comprises culinary recipes for meats, cheeses, puddings, preserves, pickles; mead, wine, shrubs, and other beverages, with a few medical recipes interspersed (p. 40-165). The last section of the volume beginning on p. 107 includes some dates, 1803-1836, and attributions for most of the recipes included; the most frequently occurring names are Mrs. J. Arden Clegg or Isabella Clegg and Miss Barber. One attribution includes a place name, "Mrs. Christopherson, Sutterton, 1803." Other surnames include Barton, Carhill, Carrington, Collin, Forbes, Hamilton, Harrison, Horsley, Howe, Hughes, Parkinson, Urquhart, and Ware; plus the full names Gentle Brown and Charlotte Jones. A few recipes are attributed to "Enquire Within."

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An Ointment for all Manner of Ache Swellings and Lamones

Take a hand full of Time. Lavendar Cotton and Strawberry Strings Cut them Smalle and put them in a morter then take Four or Five young Swallows Out of the nest very Fligg put them in the morter with the Herbs and [Beal?] them together till they be very Small that you Can't see a Feather whole then Take Fresh May Butter Clean Clarifyied of the quantity of a Penny worth and Mingle it with the herbs in the Mortes then Put it in a Clean vesel and Seeth it within Twenty Four Hours after According as Other Ointments are Sodden and Strain'd and Anoint [?] the Patient there with Very warm.

For a Wound that e Sketh Sore

Take Rue. Hony. and Salt and with the Juice there of Wash the wound, Steep this water in a Glass. for nothing Else will hold it, it being so Strong

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Dr. [Gatrhyos?] Receipt for a Consumption by Madam Haine

5th Take [pouserred?] of Red Roses one Dram [Diestordiam?] Half a Dram powder of Crabs Claws and Scruple with a Sufficient quantity of Sirrop of [ploreos?] to make A Golug to be taken at God time Drinking after He Following Draughts.

2 take of Milkwater Two Ounces [?] Halfs plague water [?] Sirrop of poppys of each Half an Ounce make a Drought to take after the Golug.

3 Take of the Tops of the [Sefsor?] [Partuary?] Roman Wormwood Rosemary Flowors of leaf And [pugill?] Corriander Seed and Cardiemum of leaf One Dram Pott them be Soo Infused in Eight Ounces of Spring Water and Three Ounces of pouepound? Wormwood Waker Take four or five Spoonfulls Every Morning.

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For a Clap of the [Sinwos?]

Cutt the Hair Care take. Bolo Turpentine and [?] white of three Eggs one handful of Wheat flower [tomo?] Ginger? oyll of [?] Turpentine Mix ale togethor. Lay it upon hands bind it with Leathor and Lace it with Beggers [Gre? Co?] Mix oyll of Turpentine, Brandy, and Vinegor and poure into it [Toreo a - Lay?], [Probalum?] est by [?]: Williamson. Esq of Barker Receipt

Purge for a horse Take Carbados? Aloos 1 oz. Beat it with a little oyl of Annise flower of Brimston 1/2 oz Liquorish Powder 1/2 oz Honey 2 oz or more and give it in warm ale 1 pint in y [?] Morning Prepare 2 or 3 days [before?] with Scalded [?] Brann repeat [?] Purge in 5 Days Loop him well 2 or 3 Days when [Done?] working by

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20 To Make Hair Pomatam Take One pound of Dear or [fluid?] Mutton suit—boile and Strean through a Ragg put in One Ounce of Virgins Wax and One Ounce of [palmaroty?] and S penny worth of the Oyle of Rodiam or Burgamoth and make into Roles

for [?] Sores To make [Pillian?] or Black Salve Take 3 oz of Seam 1 oz: of Pitch 1 oz Best Rozin 1 oz: of Best Bees wax and Ster them Together and not Boil it.

To make wite Salve for green wounds Take 1/2 Rozin 1/4th mutton Suit Boil it and Strean it and then work it in water

To make [?] Ointment Take 1 lb of fresh Butter and 2 or 3 handfulls of [?] flowers and Boil it and then Strein [?] [?] it againe

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A Receipt to prevent & [?] [of Sheep] or Water of Sheep Take one Gallon of water as much wormwood as [?] water will cover a Small handfull of Rew 3 pounds of Bay Salts a Quarter of a pound of Salt Peter boile there together till [?] wormwood is Soft then [Streau?] its add to it 1 pint of Geneavy? forty drops of [?] of Sulfer N.B. give each sheep half a gill and Bleed them either in the nose or taile this will do for 30 or Forty Sheep

A Receipt for a Broken Winded Horse take Three Eggs Steep them whole in half a pint of Vinager all Night, then Add to them 1/2 Oz of Tarrv1/4 Oz of Lickerish powder 1 Oz of Brimstone little Saffron little Anicumpane? & loafe Sugar give it the Horse luke warm

For a Beast that [Stales?] Blood take a Pound of Burnt Salt with as much water as Will wash it down & then give them as much water as they will Drink & [her?] them out — — —

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