Also includes a few medicinal recipes; between leaves 98v and 140r are some sermons in different hands, several delivered by Mr. Conway, Mr. Fuler, Mr. Shield, Mr. Smyth, and Mr Fowler; the last gave a lecture in Tedbury [probably Tetbury, Gloucestershire] on September 20, 1692; two poems on leaves 125v and 149
Some leaves torn out
Poems listed in the Folger index of first lines. First lines: "O enter at the narrow gate" and "O that my heart could but forbear the world's livery for to wear"
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M.E. Jackman MS
Formerly Folger MS Add 733
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Fooles and Fricassees: Food in Shakespeare's England / edited by Mary Anne Caton, with an essay by Joan Thirsk. Washington, DC, 1999, p. 37-39
The housewife's rich cabinet : remedies, recipes, and helpful hints / Jean Miller, Francie Owens, Rachel Doggett ; with an introduction by Heloise. Washington, D.C. : Folger Shakespeare Library, 1997, p. 53
Exhibited: Housewife's Rich Cabinet: Remedies, Recipes, & Helpful Hints, curated by Rachel Doggett, Jean Miller, & Francie Owens, Folger Shakespeare Library, August 27, 1997-January 31, 1998
Washington, D.C., Folger Shakespeare Library, 1999. Fooles and Fricassees (catalog p. 37)
Also known as
Extended title: Cookbook of Elizabeth Fowler 1684
author: Fowler, Elizabeth, active 1684
former owner: Jackman, M. E.