Acetaria: A Discourse of Sallets by John Evelyn


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Title: Acetaria: A Discourse of Sallets

Author: John Evelyn

Release Date: April 1, 2005 [EBook #15517]

Language: English

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[Illustration: Joannes Evelyn Arm^r]






_ACETARIA_

A DISCOURSE OF SALLETS

* * * * *

By _JOHN EVELYN, Esq._

Author of the _Kalendarium_

* * * * *

_BROOKLYN_,

Published by the _Women's Auxiliary_,

BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN

1937




_Printed in the United States of America_




_Publisher's Note_


This edition of Acetaria is a faithful reprint of the First Edition of
1699, with the correction of a few obvious typographical errors, and
those noted in the Errata of the original edition. Whereas no attempt
has been made to reproduce the typography of the original, the spirit
has been retained, and the vagaries of spelling and punctuation have
been carefully followed; also the old-style S [s] has been retained.
Much of the flavour of Acetaria is lost if it is scanned too hurriedly;
and one should remember also that Latin and Greek were the gauge of a
man of letters, and if the titles and quotations seem a bit ponderous,
they are as amusing a conceit as the French and German complacencies of
a more recent generation.


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