Take a package of an ounce, or anounce and a half of gelatine, pour upon it apint of cold water, and let it remain to soften for an hour or so. When ready to make the jelly, pour on to the gelatine three-quarters of apint of boiling water, and stir until the gelatine is dissolved; then add to it one and a halfpounds of white sugar, the juice and grated rind of onelemon, and aspoonful of any essence. Then beat the whites of twoeggs well, and stir briskly into the mixture; put it on a gentle fire, let it simmer slowly, take it off as soon as it boils up, then add apint of wine and twotablespoonfuls of extract of lemon or vanilla; then strain it through a jelly bag until it runs clear. Some boil the extract and wine in the gelatine before straining, but it injures the fine flavor to do so. Boil the gelatine, the water, the sugar and eggs, and strain it; after it is clear and still warm, pour in apint of wine and set the jelly on ice in summer, or to cool in the winter. This should give great satisfaction.