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A book of verses collected by me, R. Dungarvan [manuscript].
Part I. When reading Part I, Part II is inverted and reversed.
Burlington, Richard Boyle, Earl of, 1612-1698, compiler.
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folio 83 verso || folio 84 recto
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the pease as will make it thick enoufe the n ta about quartes or a litel more of the porage boile in about hafe a pound of good buter & peper & salt & cloues or some Iamacke peper & an onion so let it stew in the skilet all most an houer with [what] a bundell of earbes then buter toste [d] s of good white bread & lay the m in the botom of the dish & the n put in the borage a boiled Puding take a quart of sweet creame & & put in it 2 or 3 blades of mace & all moust a nutmeg grated & a litel synimonet booile it till it smels of the spice pare the crust all of from a good white peney lofe that is light or french bread if you have it page break 84. cut it in thin slices the broad way & lay it in a dish the n power the boileing creame one it being sweetned with a quarter of a pound of shuger & the n coufer it up close & let it stand till it tis all most cold the n with a spoone break the bred as smal as you can & put in to it the yolkes of teen egges the whites of 4 of the m beate the egges very weel & put in about 12 or more of blanched almones beat very smal with some cre [a] a m that is boild you may put in a litel amber grece & mingell all this weel to geather with a qua [t] rter of a pound of good buter melted the n weet a a course cloath & ring it hard & the n flower it litely & [s] spred it one a dish & the n power the [b] puding in to it & so tie it up [up] close & put it in to boileing water & let boile an houer make the sace for of sack & buter & shuger
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