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University of London's Goldsmiths' Library
Anonymous. By Thomas Tryon. This contains 'A help to discourse, and a book of knowledge' [p. 3] and 'Fables' [p. 68]; there is no section on "how to make 23 sorts of English wine, ..". Apparently 'The way to get wealth: or, a new and easie way to make twenty three sorts of wine, .. ' and 'The way to get wealth; or, an easie way to make wine of gooseberries, .. ', 1702, each with separate pagination and register, were issued with this, along with 'An alphabetical table to the three books or parts' found at the end of the latter.
London : printed for G. Conyers, 1706. 84;120;76,p. ; 12°
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