Source: The Graphic (1884) in the Hathi Digital Library Trust web version of a copy in the New York Public Library.
“The kitchens were designed by Mr. Salvin. Their architectural features are mediaeval. In extent and grandeur they are regal, and in their arrangements and appointments quite baronial in character. They are provided with the most recent appliances, and their cooking capacity is almost unlimited. In 1867, at the “coming of age” of Lord Warkworth, now Earl Percy, during the week's festivities several thousand guests were amply provided with sumptuous dishes of surprising number from their inexhaustible Stores” (139).
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