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Gloucester Jelly

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







Of rice, sago, pearl barley, candied eringo root, of each one ounce; add

two quarts of water; simmer it over the fire till it is reduced to one

quart; strain it. This will produce a strong jelly; a little to be

dissolved in white wine or warm milk, and to be taken three or four

times a day.











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