Salt and fishery [microform] : a discourse thereof insisting on the following heads : 1 the several ways of making salt in England, and foreign parts, 2 the character and qualities good and bad, of these several sorts of salt, English refin'd asserted to be much better than any foreign, 3 the catching and curing, or salting of the most eminent or staple sorts of fish, for long or short keeping, 4 the salting of flesh, 5 the cookery of fish and flesh, 6 extraordinary experments in preserving butter, flesh, fish, fowl, fruit, and roots, fresh and sweet, for long keeping, 7 the case and sufferings of the saltworkers, 8 proposals for their relief, and for the advancement of the fishery, the woollen, tin, and divers other manufactures

Responsibility
by John Collins ...
Imprint
London : Printed by A. Godbid and J. Playford, 1682.
Physical description
[8], 164, [4] p.
Series
Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 1714:5.

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