LAMB, in the early part of the season, however reared, is inLondon, and indeed generally, sold in quarters
Version: 1.0LAMB, in the early part of the season, however reared, is in London, and indeed generally, sold in quarters, divided with eleven ribs
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to the forequarter; but, as the season advances, these are subdivided into two, and the hind-quarter in the same manner; the first consisting of the shoulder, and the neck and breast; the latter, of the leg and the loin,-as shown in the cut illustrative of mutton.
As lamb, from the juicy nature of its flesh, is especially liable to spoil in unfavourable weather, it should be frequently wiped, so as to remove any moisture that may form on it.