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Second part of the queenlike closet
The / second part / of / The Queen-like Closet: / Having an addition of what hath / already been treated of, and directing a / very true and excellent way for all man- / ner of cookery, both fish, flesh, / and pastry; / shewing, / The true seasoning of all things / for compleat tables: / also, / all kinds of sauces & pickles / in a very brevious way.
R. Lowndes 1674
The / Second Part / of the / Queen-like Closet: / having / An addition of what hath already been / treated of, and directing a very true /and excellent way for all manner of / cookery, both fish, flesh, and pastry / shewing. / The true seasoning of all things for Com- / pleat Tables. / also / All kinds of sauces and pickles, in a very brevious way. // Here is to be noted, / that in divers of these receipts there are directi- / ons for two or three several things inone, not / confounding the Brains with multitudes of Words, / to little or no purpose, or vain expressions of thing / which are together unknown to be Leanrned as / well as to be ignorant. this is really imparted / for the good of the female sex. / By Hannah Wooley, alias Chaloner. /
R. Chiswell, T. Sawbridge 1684
See "Queen-like Closet" (1684), The Second Part starts at 156.