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French Perfumer

By The French Perfumer [Simon Barbe?]

subjects: cosmetics, household, tobacco, perfume,

  • 1. The / French Perfumer. / teaching the several ways of / extracting the odours of drugs and / flowers, and making all the com- / positions of perfumes for powder, / wash- balls, essences, oyls, wax, / pomatum, paste, queen of Hungary's / Rosa Solis, and other sweet waters. / The Manner of / preparing sweet toilets, boxes, &c., with / the preparations and use of perfumes / of all kinds whatsoever. / also / how to colour and scent gloves and fans./ Together with the / secret of cleansing tobacco, and per- / fuming it for all sorts of snuff, Spanish, / roman. &c. / Done into English from the original printed / ar Paris. /
    Samuel Buckley   1696
    [i-xvi] 1-125 [126]   8o A-F8

    A2 Address: to the Reader
    A4v: the Table
    B(1): list of ingreds.

    Wing: Buckley, Samuel, 1696, B689A, see also B689B - 1697 (2nd ed.), B689C - 1700 (3rd ed.)

  • 2. — The French perfumer : Teaching the several ways of extracting the odours of drugs and flowers ... Together with the secret of cleansing tobacco, and perfuming it for all sorts of snuff, Spanish, Roman,
    1697

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