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Image 224, seventh book, Folio 114b, one receipt.

A remedy for a consumption learned
of mr Mungger
Take one pecke* and halfe of turnipps
cleane washed, unpared
Tk 2 oz of annisseed
Tk 2 oz of in English Licorish*[*]
Tk 2 oz of maiden haire*
Tk one handfull of unsett* hysope*, and as much
of coltsfoote*
Putt all theise into an earthen pott and
cover with a double paper that the steam
goe not forth and bake them in an oven
When they be baked, squease* the same
betweene a couple of trenchers*, and the
liquor thereof putt into a pipkin covered,
and put therunto on pound of refined
suger, and sett the pipkin over som embers,
and lett the same simper* a way one
third parte:
drincke therof 5. or 6. spoonefulls in the
morninge, and at three of the clocke in
the after noone, and at night goeinge to
bed. / pro-batum est*

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Transcribed by LF and JW