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The gentleman's companion, and Tradesman's Delight. Containing, the mystery of dying in all its branches. The manner of preparing colours. The Method of cleaning and taking out Stains from Silks, Woollen, or Linnen. To clean Gold or Silver Lace, and Plate. To prepare a Cement for China, or Glass. The art of drawing, Limning, Painting, Etching, Engraving, Carving, Gilding, Enamelling, and Refreshing Pictures. Likewise the quality of natural and artificial metals. How to harden or soften them. The Art of soldering, burnishing, and gilding Metals. To make all Sorts of Ink To prepare Gold and Silver for Writing. To make Sealing-Wax, or Wafers. To know the Purity of Gold or Silver, and detect counterfeit Coins. The great Mr. Boyle's method of writing in such a manner as cannot be discovered without the help of fire, water, &c. To take Blots out of Paper. The Art of dressing, cleaning, and perfuming Gloves and Ribbons; and washing all Sorts of Lace. Also the method of curing and preserving English wines in the best Manner. And some excellent Receipts in Cookery, Physick, and Surgery. With many other useful Things never before printed.

Title
The gentleman's companion, [electronic resource] : and Tradesman's Delight. Containing, the mystery of dying in all its branches. The manner of preparing colours. The Method of cleaning and taking out Stains from Silks, Woollen, or Linnen. To clean Gold or Silver Lace, and Plate. To prepare a Cement for China, or Glass. The art of drawing, Limning, Painting, Etching, Engraving, Carving, Gilding, Enamelling, and Refreshing Pictures. Likewise the quality of natural and artificial metals. How to harden or soften them. The Art of soldering, burnishing, and gilding Metals. To make all Sorts of Ink To prepare Gold and Silver for Writing. To make Sealing-Wax, or Wafers. To know the Purity of Gold or Silver, and detect counterfeit Coins. The great Mr. Boyle's method of writing in such a manner as cannot be discovered without the help of fire, water, &c. To take Blots out of Paper. The Art of dressing, cleaning, and perfuming Gloves and Ribbons; and washing all Sorts of Lace. Also the method of curing and preserving English wines in the best Manner. And some excellent Receipts in Cookery, Physick, and Surgery. With many other useful Things never before printed.
Publication
London : printed for J. Stone, at Bedford-Row, near Gray's-Inn; and sold by G. Strahan, at the Royal-Exchange; W. Mears, on Ludgate-Hill; J. Jackson, in Pall-Mall, C. Corbet, at Temple-Bar; and T. Boreman, near Child's Coffee-House, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1735.

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259,[31]p.; 12⁰.
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  • With two final advertisement leaves.
  • Braces in title.
  • Price from imprint: price 2 s. 6 d.
  • Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford).
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  • English Short Title Catalog,
Reproduction (note)
  • Electronic reproduction.
OCLC
642510985
Title
The gentleman's companion, [electronic resource] : and Tradesman's Delight. Containing, the mystery of dying in all its branches. The manner of preparing colours. The Method of cleaning and taking out Stains from Silks, Woollen, or Linnen. To clean Gold or Silver Lace, and Plate. To prepare a Cement for China, or Glass. The art of drawing, Limning, Painting, Etching, Engraving, Carving, Gilding, Enamelling, and Refreshing Pictures. Likewise the quality of natural and artificial metals. How to harden or soften them. The Art of soldering, burnishing, and gilding Metals. To make all Sorts of Ink To prepare Gold and Silver for Writing. To make Sealing-Wax, or Wafers. To know the Purity of Gold or Silver, and detect counterfeit Coins. The great Mr. Boyle's method of writing in such a manner as cannot be discovered without the help of fire, water, &c. To take Blots out of Paper. The Art of dressing, cleaning, and perfuming Gloves and Ribbons; and washing all Sorts of Lace. Also the method of curing and preserving English wines in the best Manner. And some excellent Receipts in Cookery, Physick, and Surgery. With many other useful Things never before printed.
Imprint
London : printed for J. Stone, at Bedford-Row, near Gray's-Inn; and sold by G. Strahan, at the Royal-Exchange; W. Mears, on Ludgate-Hill; J. Jackson, in Pall-Mall, C. Corbet, at Temple-Bar; and T. Boreman, near Child's Coffee-House, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1735.
Reproduction
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
Indexed In:
English Short Title Catalog, T186271.
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Great Britain England London.
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