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A SUPPER

For JANUARY.

    At the Top a Dish of Plumb Gruel.
    Remove, boil'd Fowls.
    At the Bottom a Dish of Scotch Collops.
    In the Middle Jellies.
        For the four Corners.
    Lobster, Solomon-Gundie, Custard, Tarts.

For FEBRUARY.

    At the Top a Dish of Fish.
    Remove, a Couple of roasted Fowls.
    At the Bottom wild Ducks.
        For the four Corners.
    Collar'd Pig, Cheese Cakes, stew'd Apples and Curds.
    In the Middle hot minc'd Pies.

For MARCH.

    At the Top a Sack Posset.
    Remove, a Couple of Ducks.
    At the Bottom a boil'd Turkey, with Oyster Sauce.
    In the Middle Lemon Posset.
    Two Side-dishes, roasted Lobster, Oyster Pie.
        For the four Corners.
    Almond Custards, Flummery, Cheese-Cakes, and stew'd Apples.

For APRIL.

    At the Top boiled Chickens.
    At the Bottom a Breast of Veal.
    In the Middle Jellies.
        For the four Corners.
    Orange Pudding, Custards, Tarts, and stew'd Oysters.

For MAY.

    At the Top a Dish of Fish.
    At the Bottom Lamb Steakes or Mutton.
    In the Middle Lemon Cream or Jellies.
    Two Side-dishes, Tarts, Raspberry Cream.
        For the four Corners.
    Veal sweetbreads, stew'd Spinage, with potched Eggs and Bacon,
      Oysters in scallop'd Shells, boiled Chickens.

For JUNE.

    At the Top boil'd Chickens.
    At the Bottom a Tongue.
    In the Middle Lemon Posset.
        For the four Corners.
    Cream Curds or Custards, potted Ducks, Tarts, Lobsters, Artichokes
      or Pease.

For JULY.

    At the Top Scotch Collops.
    At the Bottom roast Chickens.
    In the Middle stew'd Mushrooms.
        For the four Corners.
    Custards, Lobsters, split Tongue, and Solomon Gundie.

For AUGUST.

    At the Top stewed Breast of Veal.
    At the Bottom roast Turkey.
    In the Middle Pickles or Fruit.
        For the four Corners.
    Cheese Cakes and Flummery, preserved Apricocks, preserved Quinces.

For SEPTEMBER.

    At the Top boil'd Chickens.
    At the Bottom a carbonated Breast of Mutton, with Caper Sauce.
    In the Middle Oysters in scallop Shells, or stew'd Oysters.
    Two Side Dishes, hot Apple Pie and Custard.

For OCTOBER.

    At the Top Rice Gruel.
    Remove, a Couple of Ducks.
    At the Bottom a boil'd Turkey with Oyster Sauce.
    In the Middle Jellies.
        For the four Corners.
    Lobster or Crab, Black Caps, Custard or Cream, Tarts or collar'd Pig.

For NOVEMBER.

    At the Top Fish.
    At the Bottom Ducks or Teal.
    In the Middle Oyster Loaves.
    Remove, a Dish of Fruit.
    Two Side Dishes, minc'd Pies, Mutton Steaks, with Mushrooms and Balls.

For DECEMBER.

    At the Top boil'd Chickens.
    At the Bottom a Dish of Scotch Collops or Veal Cutlets.
    In the Middle Brawn.
    Remove, Tarts
        For the four Corners.
    Boil'd Whitings or fry'd Soles, new College Puddings, Tullouy
      Sausages, Scotch Custard.

[Illustration: A SUPPER in SUMMER.

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1. Boil'd Chickens. 2. Preserv'd Oranges or Apricocks. 3. Flummery. 4. Asparagus. 5. Lemon Posset. 6. Roast Lobster. 7. Stew'd Apples. 8. Almond Cheese Cakes. 9. Lamb.]

[Illustration: A DINNER in SUMMER.

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1. Cod's Head or Salmon. 2. Boil'd Chickens. 3. A fine Pudding or roasted Lobster. 4. Beans and Bacon. 5. Stew'd Breast of Veal.]

[Illustration:
SECOND COURSE.

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1. Two young Turkeys or Ducklings. 2. Stew'd Apples. 3. Custards. 4. Jellies or Lemon Posset. 5. Tarts. 6. Preserv'd Oysters. 7. Green Geese or young Rabbits.]

[Illustration: A DINNER in WINTER.

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1. A Soop. 2. Scotch Collops. 3. Boil'd Chickens. 4. Stew'd Oysters or roasted Lobster. 5. A Hunters Pudding. 6. Roasted Tongue. 7. A Ham or roast Beef. Remove. 1 Fish.]

[Illustration:
SECOND COURSE

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1. A Turkey. 2. Almond Cheesecakes. 3. Sturgeon. 4. Partridges. 5. Jellies. 6. A Hare or Woodcocks. 7. Collar'd Cream. 8. Cream Curds. 9. Ducks or Pig.]

[Illustration: A SUPPER in WINTER.

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1. Gruel or Sack Posset. 2. Tarts. 3. Lobster. 4. Jellies or Lemon Cream. 5. Solomon Gundie. 6. Custards. 7. Boil'd Turkey with Oyster Sauce. Remove. 1. Wild Duck.]

[Illustration: A DINNER in SUMMER.

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 1. Craw Fish Soop.
 2. Moor Game.
 3. A Granade.
 4. Apples stew'd green.
 5. Boil'd Partridge.
 6. Cherries.
 7. Stew'd Sweetbreads, and Pallets.
 8. Jellies or Pine-apples.
 9. Roast Teal.
10. Apricocks.
11. Artichokes.
12. Sweet-meat Tarts.
13. Fry'd Soals.
14. Turkey Pout roasted and larded.
15. A Haunch of Venison.]

[Illustration: A GRAND TABLE in WINTER.

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1. Vermicelly Soop. 2. Sweet Patties. 3. A Fricassy of Beast Patties. 4. Stew'd Crab. 5. Olives of Veal. 6. Preserv'd Damsins. 7. Preserv'd Oranges. 8. Marinaded Pigeons. 9. A boil'd Turkey with Oyster Sauce. 10. Cream Curds. 11. A Pyramid of dry'd Sweetmeats. 12. Flummery. 13. A Ham. 14. A white Fricassy of Chickens. 15. Preserv'd Apricocks. 16. Preserv'd Quinces. 17. A brown Fricassy of Rabbits. 18. A Fricassy of Veal Sweetmeats. 19. Minc'd Pies. 20. Oyster Loaves. 21. Haunce of Venison, or Roast Beef. Remove. 1. Carp with Pheasant. Remove. 2. Grapes. Remove. 3. Collar'd Beef. Remove. 4. Cheese-Cakes. Remove. 5. Quails. Remove. 8. Teal. Remove. 9. Two roasted Lobsters. Remove. 13. Woodcocks or Partridges. Remove. 14. Artichokes or young Peas. Remove. 17. Snipes. Remove. 18. Tarts. Remove. 19. Collar'd Pig. Remove. 20. Fruit. Remove. 21. Wild Ducks.]