Doctor Pa[ln]s’ Powder how to [assib]



Doctor Pa[ln]s’ Powder how to [assib]


Doctor Pam's powder how to [to use it]
Take in Bed half a One of these papers mixd in a Spoonful of any Syrup Jelly [2 words illegible] water [G]ruel or any sort of Tea taking [illegible] that none of ye powder be [left] in ye spoon let ye parish keep veryy warm during the Operation & drink now & then at pleasure a Mason of any thin diluting liquor warm as gruel Barley Water [lemmon] milk whey [Baumsea] or those parts water [c]ows Milk mixt together if it is attended with any sensible operation as [illegible] purging or sweating it is not necesary to repeat it till the Operation is entirely over and then a nother half paper is to be given in ye same [Mother] as ye first By the time that the Opperation of ye second dose is finish'd the feverish disorder generaly disappears & ye [parish] Sleepes [illegible] in this pass i[t] is not in ye least[ll] [supary] to bake any more great [illegible] must be taken that ye patient don't take cold


Caylor, Karmen
Le, Vincent


Elizabeth Fairfax cookbook, Collection #C0202, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.


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