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Title
The queens closet opened. Incomparable secrets in physick, chirurgery, preserving, candying, and cookery; as they were presented to the queen by the most experienced persons of our times ...
Contributor Names
W. M.
Katherine Golden Bitting Collection on Gastronomy (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
London, N. Brook [etc.] 1656.
Subject Headings
-  Formulas, recipes, etc
Notes
-  In two parts, the first part with caption title: The queens cabinet opened: or, The peral of practise; accurate, physical and chirurgical receipts; the second part with special t.-p.: A queens delight: or, The art of preserving, conserving, and candying: as also, a right knowledge of making perfumes and distilling the most excellent waters ...
-  Frontispiece illustration is an engraved portrait of Queen Henrietta Maria.
-  "The epistle" signed: W.M. (the compiler of the work).
-  With a list of contributors on A6 and an index: P7-P12.
-  n two parts, "A Queens delight: or, The art of preserving, conserving, and candying" having a title page dated 1656 and individual pagination; the register is continuous.
-  Caption title on p. 1 of "The Queens closet opened": The Queens cabinet opened: or The pearl of practise; accurate, physical, and chirurgical recipes.
-  Running title of "The Queens closet opened": The pearl of practise. Choise physical and chirurgical receipts.
-  With this is bound, as issued: The compleat cook. London, 1656.
-  ESTC R216664
-  LAC ael 2021-03-04 update (2 cards)
Medium
4. p.l., 300, [12] p. 15 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
AG104 .Q3 1656
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/Bitting.22419
Library of Congress Control Number
44022419
Online Format
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LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/44022419
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W. M, and Katherine Golden Bitting Collection On Gastronomy. The queens closet opened. Incomparable secrets in physick, chirurgery, preserving, candying, and cookery; as they were presented to the queen by the most experienced persons of our times. [London, N. Brook et, 1656] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/44022419/.

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W. M & Katherine Golden Bitting Collection On Gastronomy. (1656) The queens closet opened. Incomparable secrets in physick, chirurgery, preserving, candying, and cookery; as they were presented to the queen by the most experienced persons of our times. [London, N. Brook et] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/44022419/.

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W. M, and Katherine Golden Bitting Collection On Gastronomy. The queens closet opened. Incomparable secrets in physick, chirurgery, preserving, candying, and cookery; as they were presented to the queen by the most experienced persons of our times. [London, N. Brook et, 1656] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/44022419/>.

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