The family-dictionary; or, Houshold companion: wherein are alphabetically laid down exact rules and choice…
The family-dictionary; or, Houshold companion: wherein are alphabetically laid down exact rules and choice physical receipts for the preservation of health, prevention of sickness, and curing the several diseases, distempers, and grievances, incident to men, women, and children. Also, directions for making oils, ointments, salves, cordial-waters, powders, pills, bolus’s, lozenges, chymical preparations, physical-wines, ales, and other liquors, &c. and descriptions of the virtues of herbs, fruits, flowers, seeds, roots, barks, minerals, and parts of living creatures, used in medicinal potions, &c. Likewise, directions for cookery, ... Also, the way of making all sorts of perfumes, ... Together, vvith the art of making all sorts of English vvines, ... The mystery of pickling, and keeping all sorts of pickles throughout the year. To which is added, as an appendix, the explanation of physical terms, bills of fare in all seasons of the year. With the art of carving. And many other useful matters. By J.H.
London : printed for H. Rhodes, at the Star, the corner of Bride-lane, in Fleetstreet, 1695.