Like a sucking pig, should be dressed almost as soon as killed. When very young, it is trussed, stuffed, and spitted the same way as a hare: but they are better eating when of the size of a house iamb, and are then roasted in quarters; the hind-quarter is most esteemed.
They must be put down to a very quick fire, and either basted all the time they are roasting, or be covered with sheets of fat bacon; when done, baste it with butter, and dredge it with a little salt and flour, till you make a i:ice froth on it.
We advise our friends to half roast a fawn as soon as they receive it, and then make a hash of it.
Send up venison sauce with it.