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A new treatise on liquors: wherein the use and cause of wine, malt-drinks, water, etc. are particulary consider'd in many diseases, constitutions, and ages. the whole being a full determination of all that hath lately publish's on those subjects: tho' chiefly contrary to the opinions of Dr. Cheyne , Dr. Rouse, Dr. Short, Lommius, Van der Heyden, Dr. Hancocke, Mr. Smith, and others / [James Sedgwick].
- Sedgwick, James.
The French wine and liquor manufacturer : a practical guide and receipt book for the liquor merchant being a clear and comprehensive treatise on the manufacture and imitation of brandy, rum, gin and whiskey with practical observations and rules for the manufacture and management of all kinds of wine by mixing, boiling, and fermentation, as practiced in Europe including complete instructions for maufacturing champagne wine, and the most approved methods for making a variety of cordials, liqueurs, punch essences, bitters, and syrups ... / by John Rack.
- Rack, John.
A short account of several excellent medicines lately discovered in the argol or tartar; : together with its preparations; viz. the volatile salt, oil, spirit, and fixed salt. To which are annexed, divers remarkable instances of the efficacy of these noble medicines in the following disorders: the raw chrystals, in fits, convulsions, head-ach, &c. The volatile salt, in the consumption, scurvy, weakness of the nerves, venereal distemper, obstruction of the menses, weakness of the stomach, &c. The spirit, in the dropsy, obstructions, lowness of spirits, fainting, &c. The oil, in the gout, asthma, rheumatism, &c. The fixed salt, in the stone, gravel, &c... / By Wm. Taube, Dove.
- Dove, William Taube.
- M.DCC.LVII.