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  • Crete Chadwick’s Recipe Scrapbook, File 8-17

    Archival Box B4394, File 8-17. A scrapbook of recipes including clippings from newspapers as well as handwritten and typed recipes.
  • Crete Chadwick’s Recipe Scrapbook, File 8-16

    Archival Box B4394, File 8-16. A scrapbook of recipes including clippings from newspapers as well as handwritten and typed recipes.
  • Recipe Scrapbook, File 8-15

    Archival Box B4394, File 8-15. A scrapbook of handwritten recipes.
  • Emily Chadwick’s Recipe Scrapbook, File 8-14

    Archival Box B4394, File 8-14. A scrapbook of recipes including clippings from newspapers as well as handwritten and typed recipes.
  • Emily Chadwick’s Recipe Scrapbook, File 8-13

    Archival Box B4394, File 8-13. A scrapbook of handwritten and typed recipes.
  • Medicinal recipes of Captain T. Wilson

    Archival Box B4308, File 6. The medicinal recipe book of Captain Thompson Wilson.
  • Commonplace book containing notes on Pott's lectures on the practice of surgery

    Call number: RD30.P8 C66 1799. Manuscript containing lecture notes on surgery copied after Pott's death, dated 1799 on title. The book was subsequently used by several others through the 19th century, containing notes concerning current events, recipes, travel, plants, literary quotes, short original pieces, and more. The book was subsequently re-purposed as a scrapbook, with clippings pasted to many pages (sometimes over handwritten entries) and a large quantity of pages in the middle of the book left blank.
  • Handwritten recipe book, late 17th century - early 19th century

    Call number: TX713.H363 1600z. An unbound book, with several gatherings bound by string. British or American, late 17th - early 19th century manuscript containing more than 250 recipes, recipes for citron water dated 1804, written in different hands. Authors include Mrs. Wentworth, Mrs. Phillpott, Mrs. Warren, and Weeks.
  • Recipe book, 1823-

    Call number: TX714.H55 1823. A collection of recipes, written in a variety of hands. Alternate title: "Mrs. Hill's Cookery Book." Dated 1823 and later.
  • Recipe book, 1840?

    Call number: TX714.R43 1840. A collection of recipes in a variety of hands. Dated approximately 1840.
  • The practice of cookery, pastry, pickling, preserving, &c.

    Call number: TX705.F8. A recipe book containing recipes for cooking, baking, pickling, and preserving. Full title: The practice of cookery, pastry, pickling, preserving, & c. containing figures of dinners. With: some short observations concerning the due method of treating the gout, & c.
  • Recipe book, 1850

    Call number: TX714.M36 1850. A recipe book containing recipes in a variety of hands, including recipes for making and preserving food, drink, medical preparations, other household items, and more; the journal likely used for other purposes along the way, including by a glazier. Dated 1850. Printed label of Chambers and Hallagan's printing office, 4 Abbey Street, Dublin.
  • The medical recipes of the late Doctor Taylor of Innerkip

    Call number: RS131.23.T39 1885. A collection of medical recipes. Full title: The medical recipes of the late Doctor Taylor of Innerkip, published, according to instructions left by him, by Geo. Hotson & Jas. Miller. Alternate title: Valuable medicinal recipes used by the late Dr. Taylor of Innerkip.
  • An Epitomie of most experienced, excellent and profitable secrets appertaining to physicke and chirurgery

    Call number: RS125.W66 1651. Contains recipes relating to medicine and surgery. Full title: An Epitomie of most experienced, excellent and profitable secrets appertaining to physicke and chirurgery : for all those diseases that are most predominant and dangerous (curable by art) in the body of man, as by the table appeares ; also, the judgement of urines ; for the benefit of such discreet ladies, gentlewomen and other which labour to doe good in that art, mystery and profession, by O.W., Professour in physicke and chyrurgery.
  • A Collection of above three Hundred Receipts in Cookery, Physick and Surgery

    Call number: RS127.C6 1719. A recipe book containing recipes for cooking and medicine. Full title: A collection of above three hundred receipts in cookery, physick and surgery; for the use of all good wives, tender mothers, and careful nurses. By several hands. 2d ed., to which is added, a second part, containing a great number of excellent receipts, for preserving and conserving of sweet-meats &c.
  • Accounts and medical recipe books of George Whitehouse

    Archival box number: B4119. The accounts and medical recipe books of George Whitehouse, a physician and surgeon of London, dating approximately 1850-1870. Volume 1 contains office accounts from 1851-1857 as well as food and medicinal recipes with family legal notes. Volume 2 contains recipes and medicinal recipes only.