Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
- The way to health and long life: or, a discourse of temperance
The way to health and long life: or, a discourse of temperance shewing how every man may know his own constitution and complection [sic]. As also discovering the nature, method, and manner of preparing all foods used in this nation . . . likewise that every man or woman may be their own doctor . . . [and that] temperence is the best physick.
London: printed for G. Conyers 1726
15 cm. 72 p.
US: DNLM KU
-another ed. London: printed by and sold by Andrew Sowle, 1726. LWS; LeU(B)
1. Simon, pp. 150-1, says that this work (1726 ed.) is sometimes wrongly attributed to Thomas Tryon, but it is more than possible that this is a later edition of one of his works, The Way to Health, Long Life and Happiness, published 1683, 1691, and 1697 (see Oxford, p. 43, who gives these details only); and the publisher of this work, G. Conyers, is the same person who published two previously cited books; see under earlier entries: TRYON, Thomas, The good house-wife; and idem, The way to get wealth. Furthermore, the themes of this work above are temperance and vegetarianism, which were.the favourite topics (almost obsessions) of Thomas Tryon.
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