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A Great Cake

(Confectionary.) - (The Lady's Own Cookery Book)

Take six quarts of fine flour dried in an oven, six pounds of currants,

five pounds of butter, two pounds and a half of sugar, one pound of

citron, three quarters of a pound of orange-peel, and any other

sweetmeat you think proper; a pound of almonds ground very small, a few

coriander seeds beat and sifted, half an ounce of mace, four nutmegs,

sixteen eggs, six of the whites, half a pint of sack, and half a pint of

ale yest.

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