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Image from page 564 of “The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics” (1896)
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Identifier: bostoncookingsch19hill_7
Title: The Boston Cooking College magazine of culinary science and domestic economics
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Hill, Janet McKenzie, 1852-1933, ed Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.)
Subjects: Home economics Cooking
Publisher: Boston : Boston Cooking-College Magazine
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library

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meand ideas as to policy are re-quested, that it may be of the greatestbenefit to all. Unheard and unthought of a fewyears ago, the topic of house econom-ics assumes an significance secondary tonone. On every hand the indicationsare that, in the future, womans element inthe advancement of the race is to re-ceive more cautious consideration. Anyreal progress can not be 1-sided.Political and property economy are notwidely differing subjects. I shall be happier than you andcalmer if my doubt is greater andnobler than your faith if it has probedmore deeply into my soul, traversedwider horizons if there are far more thingsit has loved. — Maeterlinck. Beyond all wealth, honor, or evenhealth is the attachment we kind tonoble souls, simply because to turn out to be onewith the good, generous and true isto turn into in a measure very good, gen-erous and correct ourselves. — Thomas Arnold. He who gives us far better properties, betterbooks, better tools—a fairer outlookand wider hope—him will we crownwith laurel.—Emerson.

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Fish in Jelly in Mould Lined with Truffles, withLettuce and Cucumbers Seasonable Recipes By Janet M. Hill IN all recipes exactly where flour is utilized, unless otherwise stated, the flour is measured after siftingonce. When flour is measured by cups, the cup is filled with a spoon, and a level cupfulis meant. A tablespoonful or a teaspoonful of any designated material is a level spoonful ofsuch material. Cream Cheese-and-Herring Hors(TCEuvre TO serve eight have a selection creamcheese weighing about half apound and three or four ouncesof herring put up in oil, also two gen-erous teaspoonfuls of beef extract andfresh parsley or cress leaves. Reduce her-ring fillets into tiny diamond-shapedpieces reduce the trimmings fine andsprinkle them in the bottom of eightvery little paper instances or china rame-quins. Function the cheese and beef ex-tract to a smooth paste with a woodenspoon. Put the paste into a bag withstar tube attached and pipe it more than thebits of herring, to cover them com-pletely and leave a star of pa

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Image from page 1860 of “Documentary journal of Indiana 1882” (1883)
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Identifier: documentaryjourn1882indi
Title: Documentary journal of Indiana 1882
Year: 1883 (1880s)
Authors: Indiana. Basic Assembly
Subjects: Indiana–Politics and government–Sources
Publisher: Indianapolis : Wm. B. Burford, contractor for public printing, 1883
Contributing Library: Indiana State Library, Indiana Memory Program
Digitizing Sponsor: Institute of Museum and Library Services below the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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ffice. Large workplace desk Tiny Massive iron secure Situation. Very good. Worn. (( Great. Very good. 70 INVENTOKY OF PKOPEETY ON HAND—Continued. Articles. Situation. Wardens and Clerks Office—Continued. Secretarj^ case Writing table Book case Cane seat workplace chairs Patent spring workplace chair . Carpets Mat Clock Wash stand Letter press Calendar Map of State Coal Grate Shovel (coal) Coal hod Steam registers Letter boxes Waste baskets ^ . . . . Ink stands Rubber spittoons China spittoon Broom Dust broom Lot stationery, pens, pencils, letter files, clips, and so on Card rack Lot books Armory. Armory case Spencer rifles Sharpes carbines Double-l)arreled breech-loading guns Double-barreled shot-guns Colts navy revolvers Smith &amp Wesson revolver Powder flasks Lot bullet molds, cartridges, and so on . . Workplace chairs Telephone and fixtures Table Searching-glass Wash stand with bowl Cupboard Rack Broom Water can Tin cup Lot steam pipes Very good. (( n li Worn, (( Very good. Very good. 71 INVENTORY OF Property ON HAND—Continued.

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Nurlh Gate Office Coal stove . * Chairs Table Water pail Tin cup Broom Shovel Coal hod Coal box Towers. Coal stoves Chairs Water pails Wash basins Evening buckets Brooms ….. Tower ropes Tin cups Hospital. Cottage bedstead Iron bedsteads Mattresses Sheets Pillow slips Bed ticks Comforts Pair blankets Pillows Bed spreads Case surgical instruments . . … • Pair dentists forceps Drug case Lot shelving Glass graduate Lot stoppered and widespread bottles . Pill machine Spatulas Pair druggists scales Water can Test tubes Alcohol lamp Medicine case Mortar and pestle Jugs United States dispensatory ….Lot assorted drugs and medicines . .Workplace chair Good.Worn. Great. Great. Worn.Great. Worn.Very good. 72 INVENTORY OF House ON PIAND-Continued. Articles. Condition. Hospital— Cont inued. Tables Cupboards Chairs Wash stands with basins Water pails Evening bucket Desk . Coal stove Coal box Lamp Tin cups Step ladder Rubber spittoons Wooden spittoons Cook stove, with fixtures Table Refrigerator Slop bucke

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