VINETUM BRITANNICUM:; or, a treatise of cider, and such other wines and drinks that are extracted from all manner of fruits growing in this kingdom. Together with the method of propagating all sorts of Vinous fruit-trees. And a Description of the new-invented Ingenio or Mill, for the more expeditios and better making of cider. And also the right method of making Metheglin and Birch-Wine. With copper plates.
London: J.C. for Tho. Dring and Tho. Burrel, 1676. First Edition. Small 8vo, pp. (24), 186, 6, including the license leaf (often lacking) and index. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece and two engraved plates and a small marginal woodcut. Title-page lightly browned, some light toning to the text. Bound in..... More