Notable things, or, The way to save wealth. Treating, I. Of sobriety and temperance. II…
Notable things, or, The way to save wealth. Treating, I. Of sobriety and temperance. II. How a man may live well and plentifully for two pence a day. III. One hundred noble dishes of meat, without either fish, flesh or fowl. IV. To make bread of roots, herbs and leaves of trees. V. To brew excellent and cheap liquors without mault or hops. VI. Notable and cheap things to restore to health consumptive, sick and languishing people. VII. To cure all sorts of wounds by poultices only. VIII. A new way for the right ordering and curing of cattle. IX. To make shoe leather last longer than usual. X. Beautifie shoes, and keep them from wet, and preserve them. XI. To make coals spend much longer than usual. XII. To save soap in washing of linnen. XIII. To dress hatts. XIV. To make powders for the hair. XV. To make ink powders, and all sorts of inks. XVI. To make coffe of horse-beans. XVII. To make sealing wax of all sorts. XVIII. To know whether gold or silver coin be good. XIX. To destroy all sorts of vermin. XX. To make right spirit of scurvy grass. XXI. To feed horses without hay, grass or corn. XXII. To save candles, with divers other notable things.
London : printed for G. Conyers at the Golden Ring in Little-Britain, 1697.