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The juice of six lemons, the thin rind of two, a pint and a quarter of syrup of 32 degrees strength, by Adams' syrup-gauge (see Illustrations), and three pints of spring-water; mix in a pitcher imbedded in ice, and after it has stood for a couple of hours, strain through a silk sieve, and serve as above.

Note.—A cheaper kind of lemonade is obtained by slicing two lemons into a jug, adding four ounces of sugar, and pouring a quart of boiling water on them.

No. 1032