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The art of making wines of fruits, flowers and herbs

By GRAHAM, W1LL1AM

subjects: wine, fruit, flowers, herbs, grapes, berries, medicine,

  • 1. The art of making wines of fruits, flowers and herbs, all the native growth of England. Particularly of grapes, gooseberries, currants, raspberries . . . with a succinct account of their medicinal virtues, and the most approved receipt for making raisin wine. etc.
    London: printed for J. Williams   [c.1750]
    20 cm.   vi, 42 p.   [1 sh.]  
    US:   CtY*  

    --2nd ed. to which is now added, the complete method of pickling and preserving. Revised, corrected and greatly enlarged. London: printed for W. Nicoll, [c.1760]. [1 sh.] --: DNAL
    --5th ed. revised, corrected and greatly enlarged. London: printed for W. Nicoll, [c.1765]. --: CtY; ICJ
    --6th ed. revised and corrected. London: printed for W. Nicoll, [c.1765]. LWML; LeU(B)
    --a new ed. enlarged. London: printed for W. Nicoll, 1770. LBL
    --8th ed. London: printed for W. Nicoll, [c.1780]. LGL
    --a new ed. London: printed for R. Baldwin, 1783. LBL: MB
    1. It is interesting to note that although 'England' was used in the 1st ed., all subsequent editions used 'Great-Britain'.
    2. Lond.Mag. (Jan. 1760), p. 56, confirms that the price of the 2nd ed. (c.1760) was 1 sh.
    3. The British Library copy of the 1770 edition has been lost or mislaid.