The English hous-wife, containing the inward and outward vertues which ought to be in…
The English hous-wife, containing the inward and outward vertues which ought to be in a compleat woman: as her skill in physick, surgery, cookery, extraction of oyles, banquetting stuffe, ordering of great feasts, preserving of all sorts of wines, conceited secrets, distillations, perfumes, ordering of wool, hemp, flax: making cloth and dying; the knowledge of dayries: office of malting; of oats, their excellent uses in a family: of brewing, baking, and all other things belonging to an houshold. A work generally approved, and now the seventh time much augmented, purged, and made most profitable and necessary for all men, and the generall good of this nation. By G.M.
London : printed by W. Wilson, for E. Brewster, and George Sawbridge, at the Bible on Ludgate-hill, neer Fleet-bridge, 1660.