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Closet for ladies and gentlewomen [Hugh Platt?]   


  • Closet for ladies and gentlewomen
  • Subjects: confectionery, distillation, domestic medicine,

    • 1. A Closet for ladies and gentlewomen, or the art of preserving, conserving, and candying. With the manner howe to make divers kinds of syrups: and all kinds of banqueting stuffes. Also divers soveraigne medicines and salves, for sundry diseases.
      Arthur Johnson   1608 + (1627)
      2-190   8o A-M8
      GB:   LeU(B)  

      This copy bound in with "Delights for Ladies" (1609).

      PR 5434 under Closet

    • 2. — A/ Closet / for Ladies and / Gentlewomen. / or, / The art of preserving, / conserving, and cnadying. / With all manner how / to make divers kinds of / syrups, and all kinde of / banqueting stuffes. / Also divers soveraigne medi- / cines and salves for sundry / diseases.
      1627
      GB:   LeU(B)  

      This copy is very poorly printed.

      PR 5436.7 under Closet


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