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Everyman his own brewer. A small treatise

By CHILD, SAMUEL

subjects: brewing, beer,

  • 1. Everyman his own brewer. A small treatise explaining the art and mystery of brewing porter, ale, twopenny and table-beer.% etc. PPPB London: printed for the author
    [c.1790]
    21 cm.   19 p.  
    GB:   LBL*  
    US:   MH  

    --2nd ed. carefully revised. London: printed for the author, [c.1792]. LBL: M
    --3rd ed. London: printed for J. Ridgeway, [c.1792]. --: NYPL
    --3rd ed. carefully revised. London: printed for Dring & Co., [c.1792].
    --4th ed. revised. London: printed for J. Ridgeway, [c.1794]. ENLS: MH
    --2nd American ed. Philadelphia: printed for T. Condie, 1796. --: DCLC; MWA
    --5th ed. corrected and enlarged. London: printed for J. Ridgeway, 1798. --: MH
    --6th ed. corrected and enlarged. London: printed for J. Ridgeway, 1798. LBL: MH-BA
    --7th ed. corrected and enlarged. London: printed for J. Ridgeway, 1799. --: MH
    --9th ed. corrected and enlarged. London: printed for J. Ridgeway, 1800. --: CU
    1. See WATKINS, George, The compleat English brewer, for a similar work.
    2. The only known reference to this 3rd ed. is given in Maggs Bros. Cat., No. 645, p. 101, where the authorship is wrongly ascribed to Samuel Child's occupation of brewer, instead of to his surname; see under earlier entry: BREWER, Samuel Child, Everyman his