Household Books Published in Britain: all volumes
Treatise of Cider
Vinetum Britannicum / or a / Treatise / of Cider. / And other wines and drinks extracted / from fruits in this Kingdom. / With the method of propagating all / sorts of vinous fruit-trees. / And a description of the new-invented / ingenio or mill, / for the more expeditious making of cider. / And also the right way of making / Metheglin and Birch- wine. / The Third impression, much enlarged. / To which is added, a discourse teach- / ing the best way of improving Bees. / With Copper Plates / By J. Worlidge. Gent.
Thomas Dring 1691
10.4 x 16.5 [i-xvi] 1- 235 [236-7 plate, 238] (tp) i-ii iii-x 1-42 [43-50] 8o 44 B-X8
A3 Dedication: to Elias Ashmole, Royal Society
B1 Address: to the Reader
There is a plate at 238, followed by a title-page for the next book "Apiarum" see following.
R8: Apiarum; / or a / discourse / of the / government and ordering / of beesÉThird Edition / by J. W. Gent.
S Address: to Reader
Printed for and sold by Thomas Dring, Bookseller, at the sign of the harrow at Chancery- Lane end / in Fleet-street. 1691 [A version of "Femini Monarchi", but T. W. Butler, Printed: William Turner]
Wing: Dring, Thomas, 1691, (W3610), see also W3608 - 1676 (1st ed.), W3609 - 1678 (2nd ed.),