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The art of making wines from fruits, flowers, and herbs; the native growth of Great-Britain and Ireland. Particularly of grapes, goos[ebe]rries, currants, rasberries, mulberries, elder berries, blackberries, strawberries. dewberries, apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots, quinces, [p]lums, damsons, [f]igs, [roses], [cow]slips, scurvy grass, mint, baum, birch, orange, sage, tu[r]nip, cyprus wine, imitated, gilliflower, mead, &c. &c. &c. &c. With a succinct account of their medicinal virtues, and the most approved receipts for making raisin wine. The whole comprehending m[any] secrets relative to the mystery of vintners, never before made public; shewing not only how to prevent those accidents to which all wines are liable, but absolutely to retr[i]eve those that are actually [t]ainted, and giv[e] them the most ag[r]eeable flavour. To which is now added, the complete m[e]thod of distilling, pickling, and preserving. The seventh edition, Carefully revised and enlarged by William G[r]aham.

  • Graham, William, of Ware.
M.DCC,LXVIII. [1768]
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Art of making wines from fruits, flowers, and herbs, all the native growth of Great Britain


Dublin : Printed by M. Mills, at St. Audeon's-A[rc]h, M.DCC,LXVIII. [1768]

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[4],67,[1]p. ; 12⁰.

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ESTC T186531



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