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Margery Daw in the kitchen and what she learned there.
Lucy W. Bostwick
in Auburn, N.Y
Written in English
|LC Classifications||TX715 .B747 1885|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||48039834|
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Margery Daw in the Kitchen, and What She Learned There, was published in and although the usual 19th century restrictions apply (there are recipes for making yeast and tooth powder as well as rather pathetic instructions for treating infant cholera that could not possibly have done one bit of good), I was surprised to see so many dishes.
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Then decide how you want to feel (realistically) and see what you can do to paint on that exterior and run with it. Use language not limited. It is well known to antiquarians that more than two hundred years ago there was a small book in circulation in London bearing the name of “Rhymes for the nursery; or Lulla-Byes for Children,” which contained many of the identical pieces which have been handed down to us and now form part of the “Mother Goose’s Melodies” of the present."Honey," quoth she: No doors there are to this stronghold: "Snail, snail, come out of your hole" "Let us be kind to one another" "My black hen lays eggs for gentlemen" "I put him in a pint-pot" "A little handkerchief" See, saw, Margery Daw: Young Lambs to sell: "One a penny, two a penny" The Kitchen Daughter.
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