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The new household receipt-book - Page 508
by Sarah Josepha Hale - 1854
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 3

John Walker - 1811
...hereafter mentioned, and hung to dry. Small beasis may be put into a, cask of rum, or any other spirits. Large birds may be treated as large beasts, but must...through the mouth ; introduce into the cavities of the scull and the whole body some of the mixture of salt, alum, and pepper, putting some through the gullet...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 3

John Walker - 1811
...spirits. Large birds may be treated as large beasts, but must not be put in spirits. Small birds maybe preserved in the following manner: take out the entrails,...through the mouth ; introduce into the cavities of the scull and the whole body some of the mixture of salt, alum, and pepper, putting some through the gullet...
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Rural Sports, Volume 1

William Barker Daniel - Fishing - 1813
...four Ounces of Alum, and two Ounces of Pepper, pounded together." SMALL BIRDS, may be thus treated, " take out the Entrails, open a Passage to the Brain,...Cavities of the Skull, and the whole Body, some of the above Mixture, putting it also through the Gullet, and entire length of the Neck, hang the Bird in...
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Supplement to the Rural Sports

William Barker Daniel - Hunting - 1813 - 507 pages
...four Ounces of Alum, and two Ounces of Pfjiper, pounded together." SMALL BIRDS, may be thus treated, " take out the Entrails, open a Passage to the Brain,...Cavities of the Skull, and the whole Body, some of the abuve Mixture, putting it also through the Gullet, and entire length of the Neck, hang the Bird in...
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A Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 3

John Walker - 1814
...spirits. Large birds may be treated as large beasts, but must not be put m spirits. Small birds ihay be preserved in the following manner: take out the...through the mouth; introduce into the cavities of the scull and the whole body some of the mixture of salt, a!uin, and pepper, putting some through the gullet...
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The Shooter's Guide: Or, Complete Sportsman's Companion: Containing a ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - Dogs - 1814 - 272 pages
...of alum, and two ounces of pepper pounded together. Small birds may be thus treated takeout the entrails, open a passage to the brain, which should...cavities of the skull and the whole body some of the above mixture, putting it also through the gullet and entire length of the neck, hang the bird in a...
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The Shooter's Guide: Or, Complete Sportsman's Companion : Containing a ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - Hunting dogs - 1816 - 264 pages
...four ounces of alum, and two ounces of pepper pounded together. Small birds may be thus treated : Take out the entrails, open a passage to the brain, which should be H2 scooped out through the mouth ; introduce into the cavities of the skull and the whole body some...
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Wild sports of the West, by the author of 'Stories of Waterloo'.

William Hamilton Maxwell - History - 1832
...salt, four ounces of alum, and two ounces of pepper, pounded together. Small birds may be thus treated. Take out the entrails, open a passage to the brain,...cavities of the skull and the whole body some of the above mixture, putting it also through the gullet and entire length of the neck. Hang the bird in a...
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Wild Sports of the West: With Legendary Tales, and Local Sketches, Volume 1

William Hamilton Maxwell - Fishing - 1832
...salt, four ounces of alum, and two ounces of pepper, pounded together. Small birds may be thus treated. Take out the entrails, open a passage to the brain,...cavities of the skull and the whole body some of the above mixture, putting it also through the gullet and entire length of the neck. Hang the bird in a...
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Wild Sports of the West: With Legendary Tales and Local Sketches, Volume 1

William Hamilton Maxwell - Fishing - 1833
...salt, four ounces of alum, and two ounces of pepper, pounded together. Small birds may be thus treated. Take out the entrails, open a passage to the brain,...through the mouth, introduce into the cavities of the scull and the whole body some of the above mixture, putting it also through the gullet and entire length...
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