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1 pint of mushroom ketchup, 1 dozen anchovies, 1 dozen shalots, j pint of soy, 4 teaspoonful of cayenne.

Mode.—Put all the ingredients into a saucepan, having previously chopped the shallots and anchovies very small; simmer for 15 minutes, strain, and, when cold, bottle off for use: the corks should be well sealed to exclude the air.

Time.—J hour.

Seasonable at any time.

BAVIGOTTE, a French Salad Sauce.

Mont. Ude's Recipe. *

501. Ingredients.—1 teaspoonful of mushroom ketchup, 1 teaspoonful of cavice, 1 teaspoonful of Chili vinegar, 1 teaspoonful of Reading sauce, a piece of butter the size of an egg, 3 tablespoonfuls of thick Bechamel, No. 367, 1 tablespoonful of minced parsley, 3 tablespoonfuls of cream; salt and pepper to taste.

Mode.—Scald the parsley, mince the leaves very fine, and add it to all the other ingredients; after mixing the whole together thoroughly, the sauce will be ready for use.

Average cost, for this quantity, lOd.

Seasonable at any time.

BEADING SATJCB.

502. Ingredients.—2i pints of walnut pickle, lj oz. of shalots, 1 quart of spring water, f pint of Indian soy, h oz. of bruised ginger, i oz. of long pepper, 1 oz. of mustavd-seed, 1 anchovy, i oz. of cayenne, \ oz. of dried sweet bay-leaves.

Mode.—Bruise the shalots in a mortar, and put them in a stone jar with the walnut-liquor; place it before the fire, and let it boil until reduced to 2 pints. Then, into another jar, put all the ingredients except the bay-leaves, taking care that they are well bruised, so that the flavour may be thoroughly extracted; put this also before the fire, and let it boil for 1 hour, or rather more. When the contents of both jars are sufficiently looked, mix them together, stirring them well as you mix them, and submit them to a slow boiling for i hour; cover closely, and let them stand 24 hours in a cool place; then open the jar and add the bay-leaves; let it stand a week longer closed down-, when strain through a flannel bag, and it will be ready for use. The above quantities will make i gallon.

Time.—Altogether, 3 hours.

Seasonable.—This sauce may be made at any time.

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FIFTH ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF GIFTS.

A numerous gathering of the purchasers of the above-named publication took place at Hadley's Hotel, Bridge-street, Blackfriars. E.C., on the 16th of February, 1860 (W. C. Bennett, Esq., in the chair), to witness the Ballot for TWENTY.FIVE SILVER WATCHES, manufactured by John Bennett, 65, Cheapslde, and TWENTY-FIVE SILVER PENCIL-CASES—value, together, One Hundred and Fifty Guineas—which are annually distributed by the Proprietors of this publication amongst their subscribers. On this occasion the following numbers were drawn.

to Receive one of the Twenty-live silver watches,

No. of Cheque.

28397. Mabyn, George, 13, Old Bond-st., Bath.

10750. Moore, M., 81, Fleet-street, E.C.

31833. McNiel, Wm., 4, Old Dalmarnock-road, Brldtreton, Glasgow.

23901. Orrah, E. H., Upper Head-row, Hudderafield.

13236. Owen, W. C, Fazeley, Staffordshire.

13956. Phipps, Thomas W., 49, Canonbury Park, Islington.'N.

34565. Pippet, F., Coughton House, Bromsgrove.

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16767. Rowell, J., care of Mr. B. Howard, Warboys, Hunts.

19544. Robinson, G. J., Newick, Sussex.

38471. Soar, J., jun., Portland-road, Nottingham.

25840. Weston, R., 6, StMary's-pL, Northampton.

No. of 10451. 31570. 15751.

36288.

36105.

30468. 3662S. 12635. 21179. 16869. 37889.

16585.

12165.

Names and Addresses of the Subscribers entitled each

Cheque.

Bird, Wm., 49, Old-street, E.C.

Brickwell, Hy. T., Somersham, Hunts.

Buzzard, J.,Schoolmaster, Market Deeping

Claridge, B., Priory Mill, near Chipping-
Norton.

Clegg, J. D., Highfield House, near Old-
ham, Lancashire.

Chase, J., Market-street, Alton, Hants.

Constable, A., 13, PeckhamRye, Surrey.

Connor, R.,111, Roscommon-at., Everton.

Soble, C. E., 13, Bath-rd., Pcckham, S.E.

Hedley, Fred.,1, Royal-terrace, Ramsgate.

Higginbotham, J. J., care of Mr. Jenkins,
Bruce Grove, Tottenham, N.

King, Chas B., Watling Works, Stony
Stratford.

Knowles, George, 13, Church-street,
Sutton, near St. Helen's, Lancashire.

Names and Addresses of the Subscribers entitled each to Bec-ive one of the Twenty-five Silver Pencil-Cases,

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BOY'S OWN MAGAZINE.

The Fife and Drum; or, He Would be a Soldier.

By Captain Laseelles Wraxall. Chaps. I., IL,

III., IV., V., and VL Illustrated by Julian

Portch and H. G. Hine.
Sir Bevis of Southampton; being a Wonderful

Legend of the Old Bar-gate. Illustrated by

H. G. Hine.
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The Caravan; or, Six Tales Told in the Desert.

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Gibraltar, How England Got and Kept It- I.—

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Ivry; or, The Victory of Henry of Navarre. By

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The Crow Parliament: with Cut of the Black

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The Loss of the "Harriet." A Merchant's Story.
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