r samples that I have analysed, as it in much firmer and keeps well.
It is clear and bright, and has evidently been carefully manufactured from pure materials.
It has a pleasant flavour, and is of excellent quality.
_(Signed)_ R. H. HARLAND, F.I,C., F.C.S.
Laboratory, Plough Court, 37, Lombard Street. Public Analyst.
Copy of Testimonial received August 26th, 1891 (unsolicited).
59, Windsor Road, Southport. August 25th, 1891.
GENTLEMEN,--I may inform you that I have tried other makers of jellies, but have found none to equal yours in excellence of quality. I have mentioned this fact frequently to Mr. Seymour Mead and to my friends. I am also deeply indebted to you from the fact that a little niece of mine was fed almost exclusively on your Calves' Feet Jelly for a period of three months, and who, when she refused to take other things, always took most willingly to your jellies.
W, ROBERTSON & Co. M. T. HANSON.
I have read the first few chapters and this book is charming and amusing. Most of the recipes seem quite easy to follow and recreate if you so desire. There is interesting descriptions of how people ate at the time.