Tryon’s letters, upon several occasions. Viz. 1. Of hearing. 2. Of smelling. 3. Of tasting…
Tryon’s letters, upon several occasions. Viz. 1. Of hearing. 2. Of smelling. 3. Of tasting. 4. Of seeing. 5. Of feeling. 6. Of the making of coal-fires. 7. Of the making of bricks, tyles, &c. 8. Of religion. 9. Of dropsies. ... 12. Of an afflicted mind. 13. Of faith, hope and charity. 14. Of God’s permission for killing and eating of beasts. 15. Of a soldier’s life. 16. Of the fountain of darkness. 17. Of the fountain of love and light. 18. Of cleanness. 19. Of flesh-broaths, &c. 20. Of the right and left hands. 21. Of the corpulency of the body. 22. Of fevers. 23. Of education. 24. Of smells. 25. Of predestination. 26. Of death. 27. Of judicial astrolgoy. 28. Of perpetual motion. 29. Of musick. 30. Of languages. 31. Of times for eating. 32. To a planter of sugar. 33. To a gentleman in Barbadoes. 34. To a planter, about the manufactury of cotton. 35. Of the making of sugar. 36. Of the burial of birds. 37. Of fermentation. By Tho. Tryon. Author of the Way to health, long life, and happiness.
London : printed for Geo. Conyers, at the Ring; and Eliz. Harris, at the Harrow; both in Little Britain, 1700.