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The complete family brewer, or the best method of brewing or making any quantity of good strong ale and small beer, Of Good Strong Ale and Small Beer, In the greatest Perfection, for the use of private families; From a Peck of Malt to 60 Bushels. Together with Directions for chusing good Malt. Hops, Water, Brewing-Vessels, &c. - Cleaning and Sweetning Foul, Dirty, Musty, or Stinking Cask, Brewing Vessels, &c. - Brewing Strong Beer, China Ale, and Alderbury Beer, and to make excellent Purl. - To make new Malt Liquor drink Stale; with Directions for bottling. Also the most proper Time for Brewing. To which is added, The Method of making a Cheap and Wholesome Beer, from Treacle or Molasses. Being much better Drink than the Small Beer usually sold, though it will not cost one third the Price; besides which it is so easy to make, that a Child of Ten Years of Age may learn to do it in five Minutes.
Captain Bilton's journal of his unfortunate voyage from Lisbon to Virginia, in the year 1707. Giving an account of the miraculous preservation of himself and nine other persons; who, after their Vessel was Wreckt, were reduc'd to a small Boat, and kept by the most Tempestuous Weather, from Sight of any Land, for 31 Days, having nothing to Subsist on, and constrain'd to Drink their own Urine. At length they were cast upon the coast of Anguilla, a small Island in the West-Indies; an exact description thereof; Their Reception they met with from the Inhabitants, and an Account of the Strange Creatures found in those Parts.
- Bilton, Thomas.