4 edition of A supplement to The queen-like closet, or, A little of everything found in the catalog.
A supplement to The queen-like closet, or, A little of everything
|Other titles||Supplement to The queen-like closet, Little of everything|
|Statement||by Hannah Woolley.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Woolley, Hannah, fl. 1670., Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||TX705 .W6 1672|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 199,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||2002554788|
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A supplement to The queen-like closet, or, A little of everything: presented to all ingenious Supplement to The queen-like closet | Little of everything Signatures: A⁸ B-I¹² K⁴. Wing (2nd ed.) W Pennell, E.R. My cookery books, p.
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W Folger Shakespeare Library. Woolley mentions A Guide to Ladies in her last and most popular book, A Supplement to the Queen-Like Closet.
A supplement to The queen-like closet, or A little of everything: Presented to all ingenious ladies, and gentlewomen. By Hannah Woolley. A supplement to The queen--like closet, or A little of everything. [microform] Presented to all ingenious ladies, and gentlewomen.
By Hannah Woolley printed for R. Chiswel at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, and T. Sawbridge at the Three Flower-de-Luces in Little-Britain London To which is added, A SUPPLEMENT, PRESENTED To all Ingenious LADIES, and GENTLEMEN. By Hannah Wolley. The Third EDITION. LONDON, Printed for Richard Lowndes at the White Lion in Duck-Lane, near West-Smithfield, -- TITLE PAGE to the SUPPLEMENT: A SUPPLEMENT TO THE QUEEN-LIKE CLOSET; OR A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING.
 Hannah Woolley, A Supplement to the ‘Queen-Like Closet’, or A Little of Everything (London, ), pp.  The British Library copies of the Tillinghast and second edition of the Young Cooks Monitor were bound together, sometime during the.
A supplement to The queen-like closet, or, A little of everything [microform]: presented to all ingenio A supplement to The queen-like closet, or, A little of everything [electronic resource]: presented to a A supplement to The queen-like closet, or, A little of everything [electronic resource]: presented to a.
Wooley, H. () A supplement to the queen-like closet, or, a little of everything: presented to all ingenious ladies and gentlewomen. London: Printed by T.R. for Richard Lownds. London: Printed by T.R. for Richard Lownds. A supplement to The queen-like closet, or, A little of everything: presented to all ingenious ladies, and gentlewomen / by: Woolley, Hannah, fl.
Published: (). The excerpts from Hannah Woolley’s A Supplement to the Queen-like Closet () further complicated our answer. Alongside recipes for food, medicine and beauty, Woolley included detailed instructions for cleaning chimneys, examples of letter-writing, and an account of how to make a ‘pretty toy’ to catch flies (complete with ingredients.
Hannah Woolley, A Supplement to the Queen-Like Closet, or a Little of Everything (London, ), All further references to this book will be made parenthetically in Cited by: 1.  Hannah Woolley, A Supplement to the ‘Queen-Like Closet’, or A Little of Everything (London, ), pp.
 The British Library copies of the Tillinghast and second edition of the Young Cooks Monitor were bound together, sometime during the 19th century: BL shelfmarks Caa (1) and (2). : The Queen-like Closet: or Rich Cabinet (): Hannah Wolley: Books.
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I fear being attacked for being un-queen like, (because queens all know you don't bag a queen) but this is not a great book. A whole book of "queeniness" is a bit much to take and comes off reading as a tad preachy and becomes a little boring. flag 3 /5. It was reprinted inthe same year that her second book, The Cook’s Guide was published.
Both of these were printed at her publisher’s expense, as were her subsequent works, The Queen-Like Closet (); The Ladies Delight (); and A Supplement to the “Queen-Like Closet,” or, A Little of Everything ().
Now we we knew it It was there We knew it had been there because she mentioned it in the Queen like Closet as a a book that she was trying to revise actually in the in the in the supplements between like closet as a good that she was going to revise that then kind of got turned into this other book.
In Hannah produced the Queen-Like Closet and in The Ladies Delight. Both of these re-used and added to what went before.
At least two editions of Queen Like Closet were published in Germany. Her last work was A Supplement to The Queen Like Closet or A Little of Every Thing inwith.
Woolley, H.: A supplement to The queen-like closet, or A little of everything: Presented to all ingenious ladies, and gentlewomen. By Hannah Woolley. printed for R. Chiswel at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, and T. Sawbridge at the Three Flower-de-Luces in Little-Britain, London ().
The Marabou Mule. The Chanel toe. Jackie O's pump. Marilyn's stiletto. And lotus shoes and fetish shoes, shoes made for coronations and inaugurations, Cinderella's slipper, shoes of tulle, brocade, rhinestone, python, fish scales, and feathers, and much, much, more, including the two-foot-high wooden chopines of the 16th century and their resurgence as the platform shoes of the s and s/5(81).
(H. Wolley, A Supplement to The Queen-Like Closet,21–2) Wolley’s lateth-century version of the recipe was printed in readable Roman type, with the book’s running title set .published the third edition of The Queen-like Closet, or Rich Cabinet: Stored with all manner of Rare Receipts for Preserving, Candying and Cookery, which included "A Supplement, presented to all Ingenious Ladies and Gentlewomen," subtitled "A Little of Everything." Among further recipes for syrups, jellies, and medicinal con.A BOOK OF SIMPLES 1.
The Wood-street Cake. Take a quarter of a peck of y e finest flower, mingle into it a little salt & some beaten Cloves Mace & Nutmegs, a pound and halfe of Currance wash’d and dry’d, & a pound of Raisins of y e Sun ston’d and shred, then straine in about a pinte of Ale yeast, and put in y e yolkes of 10 eggs beaten with Rose water, put in a pint of Cream with 3.