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No. 18. Crab Apple Jelly, No. 19. Crab Apples Whole

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


No. 20. The Queen Of Pudding, No. 21. Another Pudding

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


No. 22. Cure of Tooth-Ache, No. 23. Bread Pudding

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes



Calves Feet Jelly, continued

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes




Almond Pudding continued, No. 36 Pea Soup

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


No. 37. Cakes, No. 38. Pumpkin Pies

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes



No. 42. Currant Jelly, No. 43. Jumbles, No. 44. Ginger Beer

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


No. 45. Mary's Pudding, No. 46. Arrow Root Blanc

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


Cure Colera, Whooping Cough

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes



Stomachic Bitters, To Wash Clothes Well

Reference: Nova Scotia Museum Uniacke Family 

Topic: Manuscript Recipes


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