The way to get wealth, I. Directing how to make 23 sorts of English wine, equal to that of France with their virtues; and to make cyder equal to canary, also to make Wine of all sorts of Herbs, and to make Cyder, Mead, Rum, Rack, Mum, Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, Butler's-Ale, Brandy, and Cordial Waters, and 40 sorts of Ale, in a Minute; the Mistery of Vintners; curious Physical Receipts; to help the Memory, that you may remember all you read or do; to keep your Cloaths from wet; to make Corn produce a trebble Crop; to make China Varnish and Black Ground for Japan Work to Black Wood and Gild; Directions for Servant Maids of all sorts, and to Dress Fish, Flesh, and Eowl. II. A help to discourse, giving an account of the commodities of all countries, Inventors of Arts and Sciences, of the River Nilus, Gardening, and divers other Curiosities. III. A book of knowledge, necessary for all traders, and other persons, containing Accounts ready cast up, Rates of Carmen, Watermen, and Coachmen, to keep Books of Accompts, make Bills, Bonds, Wills, Receipts; how to recover bad Debts, and compound them; to write Letters; days fortunate to begin Business in; of Sun rising and setting; time of Tide ebbing and flowing; make Strops to set Razors; to make a Chamber that will contain all sorts of Air, and other Rarities. By the author of The way to save wealth, and also of a Thousand notable things. Price of each 1 s. 6 d.
- Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703.
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London : printed for G. Conyers at the Gold Ring in Little-Britain, 1703.
84p. ; 12⁰.
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