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1. Set a table [2018]

15. The Complete family-piece: and country gentleman, and farmer's best guide. [electronic resource] : In three parts. Part I. Containing, a very choice and valuable collection of the above one thousand we[l]l-experienced practical family-receipts in physick and surgery; cookery, pastry and confectionary, with a complete bill of fare for every month in the year, and instructions for placing the dishes on a table; or pickling and preserving all sorts of fruits, tongues, hams, &c. for distilling and fermenting of all compound, simple waters and spirits; for making mum, cyder, and perry, mead, and metheglin; and for making and preserving all sorts of excellent English wines; with good and useful instructions for brewing fine, strong, good, wholesome and palatable drinks, as beers, ales, &c. in small, quantities, and at easy rates, for the use of all private families; with divers other useful and valuable receipts interspersed through the whole, particularly Dr. Mead's for the cure of the bite of a mad dog: many of which were never before printed, and the others experimentally taken from the latest and very best authorities; and being all regularly digested under their proper heads, are divided into six different chapters. Part II. containing, I. Full instructions to be observed in hunting, coursing, setting and shooting; with an account of the several kinds of dogs necessary for those diversions, and receipts for the cure of all common distempers to which they are liable; as also receipts of the cleaning and preserving of boots, fire-arms, &c. II. Cautions, rules and directions to be taken and observed in fishing; with the manner of making the preserving of rods, lines, floats, artificial flies, &c. and for chusing and preserving several sorts of curious baits. III. A full and complete kalender of all work necessary to be done in the fruit, flower, and kitchen-gardens, green-house, &c. with the produce of each, in every month throughout the whole year. Part III. Containing, practical rules, and methods, for the improving of land, and managing a farm in all its branches; with several curious receipts for brining, liming, and preparing wheat, barley, oats, &c. for sewing; excellent receipts for destroying of moles, rats, and mice; a great number of choice receipts for the cure of all common distempers incident to all sorts of cattle; directions for Planting; instructions for keeping bees, tame rabbits, and pidgeons; and a complete kalendar of all business necessary to be done in the field, yard, &c. by the farmer in every month throughout the year. With a complete alphabetical index to each part [1749]

18. The Complete family-piece: and, country gentleman, and farmer's, best guide. [electronic resource] : In three parts. Part I. Containing, a very choice and valuable collection of near eight hundred well-experienced practical family-receipts in physick and surgery; cookery, pastry and confectionary, with a complete bill of fare for every month in the year, and instructions for placing the dishes on a table; for pickling and preserving all sorts of fruits, tongues, hams, &c. for distilling and fermenting of all compound, simple waters and spirits; for making mum, cyder, and perry, mead and metheglin; and for making and preserving all sorts of excellent English wines; with good and useful instructions for brewing fine, strong, good, wholesome and palatable drinks, as beers, ales, &c. in small quantities, and at easy rates, for the use of all private families; with divers other useful and valuable receipts interspersed through the whole, particularly Dr. Mead's for the cure of the bite of a mad dog: many of which were never before printed, and the others experimentally taken from the latest and very best authorities; and being all regularly taken from the latest and very best authorities; and being all regularly digested under their proper heads, are divided into six different chapters. Part II. Containing, I. Full instructions to be observed in hunting, coursing, setting and shooting; with an account of the several kinds of dogs necessary for those diversions, and receipts for the cure of all common distempers to which they are liable; as also receipts for the cleaning and preserving of boots, fire-arms, &c. II. Cautions, rules and directions to be taken and observed in fishing, with the manner of making and preserving of rods, lines, floats, artificial flies, &c. and for chusing and preserving several sorts of curious baits. III. A full and complete kalender of all work necessary to be done in the fruit, flower, and kitchen gardens, green-house, &c. with the produce of each, in every month throughout the whole year. Part III. Containing, practical rules, and methods, for the improving of land, and managing a farm in all its branches; with several curious receipts for brinning, liming and preparing wheat, barley, oats, &c. for sowing; excellent receipts for destroying of rats and mice; a great number of choice receipts for the cure of all common distempers incident to all sorts of cattle; and a complete kalender of all business necessary to be done in the field, yard, &c. by the farmer, in every month throughout the year. With a complete alphabetical index to each part. The whole, being faithfully collected by several very eminent and ingenious gentlemen, is now first published, at their earnest desire, for the general benefit of mankind [1736]

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