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Murrels two books of cookerie
Murrels / two Books / of / Cookerie / and / carving. //The fifth time printed with / new Additions. //
A / New Booke / of / Cookerie. // Wherein is set forth a most perfect direction to furnish an extraor / dinary, or ordinary feast, either in / summer or winter. // Also a bill of fare for fish daies, fasting daies, Ember-weekes or Lent. // And likewise the most commendable / fashion of dressing, or serving, either / flesh, fish, or fowle: for making of / gellies, or other made-dishes for service, / to beautify either Noblemans or / gentlemans Table. // Together with the best and newest Art / of Carving and sewing. //All set forth according to the now new / English and French fashion. // By John Murrell. [A2]
M. F. John Marriot 1638
[i-iv] 1-188 [189-202] 8o A-N8
[A2]: Titlepage for "A New Booke of Cookerie".
A3: Dedication: To the virtuousÉ Mrs. Martha Hayes: daughter to late Lord Mayor of City Sr Thomas Hayes
Tables: N2-N8, indexed to page number.