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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, many whereof were honored with her own practice, when she pleased to descend to these more private recreations. Never before pulished [sic]. With additions. Transcribed from the true copies of her Majesties own receipt-books, by W.M. one of her late servants. Preview this item
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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, many whereof were honored with her own practice, when she pleased to descend to these more private recreations. Never before pulished [sic]. With additions. Transcribed from the true copies of her Majesties own receipt-books, by W.M. one of her late servants.

Author: W. M.
Publisher: London : printed for Nathaniel Brook at the Angel in Cornhill, and william Place at Grays-Inne-gate, 1656.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: W. M.
OCLC Number: 767482081
Notes: Frontispiece illustration is an engraved portrait of Queen Henrietta Maria.
In 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.
Running title of "The Queens closet opened": The pearl of practise. Choise physical and chirurgical receipts.
Reproduction of the original in the Royal College of Surgeons of England Library, London.
Below the title of "A Queens delight": Never before published.
Caption title on p. 1 of "The Queens closet opened": The Queens cabinet opened: or The pearl of practise; accurate, physical, and chirurgical recipes.
With a list of contributors on A6 and an index: P7-P12.
"The epistle" signed: W.M. (the compiler of the work).
Description: 1 online resource ([12], 212, [2], 195-300, [12] p.) : port.
Other Titles: Queens delight: or, The art of preserving, conserving, and candying.
Art of preserving, conserving, and candying.
Queens cabinet opened: or The pearl of practise; accurate, physical, and chirurgical recipes
Pearl of practise. Choise physical and chirurgical receipts

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