sellary, sellaria

A large sitting-room, drawing room, or reception room that is furnished with chairs or benches.
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In a typical offering, she directs: Take a Leg of Beef, and a Piece of the Neck, and boil it 'til you have all the Goodness out of it; then strain it from the Meat; then take Half a Pound of fresh Butter, and put it in a Stew-pan, and brown it; then put in an Onion, stuck with Cloves, some Endive, Sellary, and Spinach, and your strong Broth, and season it to your Palate with Salt, Pepper, and Spices.