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The way to get wealth [electronic resource] : or, an easie way to make wine of gooseberries, currans, rasberries, Mulberries, Elderberries, Blackberries, Strawberries, Dewberries, Pears, Cherries, Peaches, Apricocks, Quinces, Plumbs, Damsons, Figs, Cowslips, Scurvygrass, Mint, Morella, Bawm, Apples and Roses, Equal to that of France, with their Physical Virtues: Also to make Cyder, Mead, Rum, Rack. The true Art of Distilling of Brandy, Strong Waters, Cordial Waters: To make Pickles and divers sorts of Vinegars; The Mistery of Confectioners: To recover Wine damaged; Physical Receipts of our Modern Doctors for most Diseases. To help a bad Memory, so that you may remember all that you ever read or do: To make all your wearing Apparel keep out Rain tho' never so great Showers; The Duty of all sorts of Servant Maids, with Directions to Dress Flesh, Fish and Fowl. To Encrease Peas, Beans, Wheat, Barley exceedingly, so that you may have a Treble Crop; To make China Varnish, and Black Ground for Japan Work; To black Wood, Gild: To make Coffee, Tea, Chocolate; A Help to Discourse, and divers Curiosities, of B. Portae, Alexis, and others; by the author of The way to save wealth, and also of a Thousand notable things.
- London : printed for G. Conyers, at the Gold Ring in Little Britain, 
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The country brewer's assistant, [electronic resource] : and English Vintner's Instructor, in two parts. Part the first treating 1. The choice of Water, 2. Grinding the Malt, 3. Use and Nature of the Hops, 4. Instructions for private Families, 5. Brewling good Small-Beer. 6. General Instructions for brewing, 7. Mashing. 8. Cooling and Working, 9. Casking the Drink. Part the second Containing general Instructions for making English Wines, exemplified in a select Number of original choice Receipts for producing excellent Wines from the following British Fruits, Herbs, and Flowers: Grapes, Raspberries, Mulberries, Currants, Cherries, Gooseberries, Quinces, Damsins, Apricots, Elder Berries, Birch, Sage, Cowslips, Gilliflowers, Strawberries, Blackberries. To which are added, Two excellent Receipts for making Orange and Palermo Wines, With Instructions for making (after the most improved Method) Mead, Cyder, and Metheglin, The celebrated Irish and Green Usquebaughs, The admired Brunswick Mum (taken from the Record in the Town-House at Brunswick,) And the genuine Receipt for making Dr. Stevens's justly-famous Cordial Water. With an appendix, containing the Distiller's Assistant. By George Edmonds.
- London : printed for Isaac Fell, at No. 14, in Pater-Noster Row, MDCCLXIX. 
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