Whether for roasting or boiling, are trussed and cut up the same as a hare, except that the back is divided into two or three parts, without separating it from the belly. The best parts are the shoulders and back ; the head should not be given unless asked for.

In conclusion, we may observe, that all printed directions must fail without constant practice; yet, with practice, and due attention to the rules we have laid down, we doubt not that many of our readers will speedily become good carvers.