The way to get wealth: or, a new and easie way to make twenty three sorts of wine, equal to that of France; with their Vertues. Also to make Cyder, Mead, Rum, Rack, Brandy, and Cordial Waters: Pickles, Vinegar, and the Mystery of Vintners. Also, divers Physical Receipts to help a Bad Memory, so that you may remember all that you read or do. To make Cloaths keep out Rain. The Compleat Servant-Maid, directing to Dress Fish, Flesh, or Fowl. To have a fresh Crop of Corn. To make China-Varnish, and black Ground for Japan-Work, to Black Wood, and Gild. To which is added, a help to discourse, Giving an Account of Trade of all Countries, and Inventers of Arts and Sciences. An Account of the River Nilus. To make Horses fat. Of Gardning, and many other Curiosities. By the author of The way to save wealth; and of One thousand notable things.
- Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703.
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London : printed for G. Conyers, at the Golden Ring, [1701?]
120p. ; 12⁰.
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