Every man his own gauger [microform] : wherein not only the artist is shown a more ready and exact method of gauging than any hitherto extant, but the most ignorant, who can but read English, and tell twenty in figures, is taught to find the content of any sort of cask or vessel, either full, or in part full, and to know if they be right siz'd. Also what a pipe, hogshead, &c. amounts to at the common rate and measure they buy or sell at. With several useful tables to know the content of any vessel by likewise a table shewing the price of any commodity, from one pound to an hundred weight, and the contrary. To which is added, the art of brewing beer, ale, mum, of fining, preserving and botling brew'd liquors, of making the most common physical ales now in use, of making several fine English wines. The vintners art of fining, curing, preserving all sorts of wines ... together with the compleat coffee-man, teaching how to make coffee, tea, chocolate ...

Responsibility
by James Lightbody, philomath.
Imprint
London : Printed for Hugh Newman, at the Grasshopper near the Rose Tavern in the Poultrey, 1695.
Physical description
[14], 115 p. : tables.
Series
Early English Books, 1641-1700 ; 2824:20.

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