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To Bottle Damsons

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

Take ripe fruit; wipe them dry, and pick off the stalks; fill your

bottles with them. The bottles must be very clean and dry. Put the corks

lightly into them, to keep out the steam when simmering: then set them

up to the necks in cold water, and let them simmer a quarter of an hour,

but not boil, or the fruit will crack. Take them out, and let them stand

all night. Next day, cork them tight, rosin the corks, and keep them in

a dry place.

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