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Mixing a recipe for corns
'Mixing a recipe for corns', 1835. A thin woman sits in a chair brewing a mixture from a recipe. The table is crowded with phials and bottles. On the wall is a caricature of Susannah and the Elders and on the fireplace another of Diana at the Chase.
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- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)