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18th Century Scottish Herbal - from the archive of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. (Full scan and text available online)

18th Century Scottish Herbal - from the archive of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. (Full scan and text available online)

GARZONI, Giovanna Italian painter (b. 1600, Ascoli Piceno, d. 1670, Roma)

GARZONI, Giovanna Italian painter (b. 1600, Ascoli Piceno, d. 1670, Roma)

Tea Drinking in the 18thCentury America: Its Etiquette and Equipage, by Rodris Roth 1961, Smithsonian Institute. Click to suitable files to download courtesy of the Project Gutenberg

Tea Drinking in the 18thCentury America: Its Etiquette and Equipage, by Rodris Roth 1961, Smithsonian Institute. Click to suitable files to download courtesy of the Project Gutenberg

Calligraphic specimens

Calligraphic specimens

A page from Naturalist John Muir’s notebook during his travels in Alaska in 1879.  (Image from the book Beyond Words: 200 years of illustrated diaries, Heyday Press)

A page from Naturalist John Muir’s notebook during his travels in Alaska in 1879. (Image from the book Beyond Words: 200 years of illustrated diaries, Heyday Press)

First recipe in the notebook, a salve for green wounds. This single notebook was for the most part written by William Woodhull (1741-1824), Class of 1764. The bulk of the book consists of recipes for medicinal prescriptions, catechisms, student orations and a poem. A good deal of the book appears to have been written during Woodhull's days at Princeton, but some of the recipes date to 1850, beyond Woodhull's death and so were entered by another unidentified individual.

First recipe in the notebook, a salve for green wounds. This single notebook was for the most part written by William Woodhull (1741-1824), Class of 1764. The bulk of the book consists of recipes for medicinal prescriptions, catechisms, student orations and a poem. A good deal of the book appears to have been written during Woodhull's days at Princeton, but some of the recipes date to 1850, beyond Woodhull's death and so were entered by another unidentified individual.

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