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The Resource The art of making wines, of fruits, flowers, and herbs, all the native growth of England : Particularly of grapes, goose-berries, currants, rasp-berries, mul-berries, elder-berries, black-berries, straw-berries, dew-berries, apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots, quinces, plumbs, damascens, figs, and roses, cowslips, scurvy-grass, mint, morella, baum, &c. with a succint account of their medicinal virtues, and the most approv'd receipt for making raisin wine. To which are annex'd many secrets relative to the mystery of vintners, never yet made publick: shewing not only how to prevent those accidents to which all wines are liable, but absolutely to retrieve those which are actually tainted; and give them the most agreeable flavour and colour. Written, after upwards of thirty years experience, by William Graham, Esq; late of ware, in Hertfordshire. And intended, according to the words of the poet, to[.], (electronic resource)

The art of making wines, of fruits, flowers, and herbs, all the native growth of England : Particularly of grapes, goose-berries, currants, rasp-berries, mul-berries, elder-berries, black-berries, straw-berries, dew-berries, apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots, quinces, plumbs, damascens, figs, and roses, cowslips, scurvy-grass, mint, morella, baum, &c. with a succint account of their medicinal virtues, and the most approv'd receipt for making raisin wine. To which are annex'd many secrets relative to the mystery of vintners, never yet made publick: shewing not only how to prevent those accidents to which all wines are liable, but absolutely to retrieve those which are actually tainted; and give them the most agreeable flavour and colour. Written, after upwards of thirty years experience, by William Graham, Esq; late of ware, in Hertfordshire. And intended, according to the words of the poet, to[.], (electronic resource)

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The art of making wines, of fruits, flowers, and herbs, all the native growth of England : Particularly of grapes, goose-berries, currants, rasp-berries, mul-berries, elder-berries, black-berries, straw-berries, dew-berries, apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots, quinces, plumbs, damascens, figs, and roses, cowslips, scurvy-grass, mint, morella, baum, &c. with a succint account of their medicinal virtues, and the most approv'd receipt for making raisin wine. To which are annex'd many secrets relative to the mystery of vintners, never yet made publick: shewing not only how to prevent those accidents to which all wines are liable, but absolutely to retrieve those which are actually tainted; and give them the most agreeable flavour and colour. Written, after upwards of thirty years experience, by William Graham, Esq; late of ware, in Hertfordshire. And intended, according to the words of the poet, to[.]
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The art of making wines, of fruits, flowers, and herbs, all the native growth of England
Title remainder
Particularly of grapes, goose-berries, currants, rasp-berries, mul-berries, elder-berries, black-berries, straw-berries, dew-berries, apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots, quinces, plumbs, damascens, figs, and roses, cowslips, scurvy-grass, mint, morella, baum, &c. with a succint account of their medicinal virtues, and the most approv'd receipt for making raisin wine. To which are annex'd many secrets relative to the mystery of vintners, never yet made publick: shewing not only how to prevent those accidents to which all wines are liable, but absolutely to retrieve those which are actually tainted; and give them the most agreeable flavour and colour. Written, after upwards of thirty years experience, by William Graham, Esq; late of ware, in Hertfordshire. And intended, according to the words of the poet, to[.]
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Art of making wines of fruits, flowers, and herbs, all the native growth of Great Britain
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Subject
Language
eng
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Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T223490
Citation source
English Short Title Catalog
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Graham, William
Nature of contents
patent document
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Wine and wine making
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The art of making wines, of fruits, flowers, and herbs, all the native growth of England : Particularly of grapes, goose-berries, currants, rasp-berries, mul-berries, elder-berries, black-berries, straw-berries, dew-berries, apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots, quinces, plumbs, damascens, figs, and roses, cowslips, scurvy-grass, mint, morella, baum, &c. with a succint account of their medicinal virtues, and the most approv'd receipt for making raisin wine. To which are annex'd many secrets relative to the mystery of vintners, never yet made publick: shewing not only how to prevent those accidents to which all wines are liable, but absolutely to retrieve those which are actually tainted; and give them the most agreeable flavour and colour. Written, after upwards of thirty years experience, by William Graham, Esq; late of ware, in Hertfordshire. And intended, according to the words of the poet, to[.], (electronic resource)
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Note
  • John Williams and Mary Cooper were active 1760-1774 and 1743-1761 respectively (Plomer)
  • With a half-title
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT223490
Dimensions
80.
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unknown
Edition
The second edition.
Extent
[6],42pages
Form of item
electronic
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not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
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  • (Uk-ES)006317896
  • (Uk-ES)006317896
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The art of making wines, of fruits, flowers, and herbs, all the native growth of England : Particularly of grapes, goose-berries, currants, rasp-berries, mul-berries, elder-berries, black-berries, straw-berries, dew-berries, apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots, quinces, plumbs, damascens, figs, and roses, cowslips, scurvy-grass, mint, morella, baum, &c. with a succint account of their medicinal virtues, and the most approv'd receipt for making raisin wine. To which are annex'd many secrets relative to the mystery of vintners, never yet made publick: shewing not only how to prevent those accidents to which all wines are liable, but absolutely to retrieve those which are actually tainted; and give them the most agreeable flavour and colour. Written, after upwards of thirty years experience, by William Graham, Esq; late of ware, in Hertfordshire. And intended, according to the words of the poet, to[.], (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • John Williams and Mary Cooper were active 1760-1774 and 1743-1761 respectively (Plomer)
  • With a half-title
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT223490
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
The second edition.
Extent
[6],42pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006317896
  • (Uk-ES)006317896

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