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- Y-Worth, W. (William): The Britannian magazine: or, A new art of making above twenty sorts of English wines viz, of apples, pears, peaches, cherries, plums, sloes, damasins, quinces, figgs, goosberries, mulberries, currens, blackberries, elderberries, roses, carnations, cowslips, scurvy-grass, mint, and balm, &c. More pleasant and agreeable to the English constitution than those of France. With the way of making brandy and other spirits: as likewise how to make artificial clarets, rhenish, &c. The second edition. To which is added, the foundation of the art of distillation: or the true and genuine way of making malt into low-wines, proof-spirits, and brandy-wines, compliant to the late act of Parliament concerning distillation. By W.Y. M.D. (London : printed by W. Onely, for T. Salusbury, at the King's Arms, in Fleet-street, 1694) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Y-Worth, W. (William): Cerevisiarii comes, or, The new and true art of brewing, illustrated by various examples in making beer, ale and other liquors, so that they may be most durable, brisk and fragrant and how they may be so ordered, as to yeild the greatest quantity of spirits in distillation : to which is added, the right way to refine and bottle beer and cyder, and a cure for those that are sick and ropy, so as to return them to their internal sanity, as also the true method of manuring lands and the art of making salt water fresh : all proved by demonstration and sound philosophy, to be more agreeable to man's body than otherwise, and so not only fit for english constitutions, but also for transportation : published for the sake of verity, and therefore recommeded to all that esteem demonstrated truths before notional theory / by W.Y. Worth ... (London : Printed for J. Taylor ... and S. Clement ..., 1692) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Y-Worth, W. (William): Chymicus rationalis, or, The fundamental grounds of the chymical art rationally stated and demonstrated by various examples in distillation, rectification, and exhaltation of vinor spirits, tinctures, oyls, salts, powers, and oleosums ... : in which is contained A philosophical description of the astrum lunare microcosmicum, or phospheros ... / by W. Y-Worth. (London : Printed for Thomas Salusbury, 1692) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Y-Worth, W. (William): Chymicvs rationalis: or, The fundamental grounds of the chymical art rationally stated and demonstrated, by various examples in distillation, rectification, and exaltation of vinor spirits, tinctures, oyls, salts, powers, and oleosums ... In all which the chymical doctrines are illustrated upon a new hypothesis or spagirick course, composed agreeable to practical philosophy, and the best authority of art, for mysteries treated of by Cartes, Starkey, Sulvius, Glauber, Helmont, Paracelsus, and others ... In which is contained, a philosophical description of the astrum lunare microcosmicum, or phospheros ... (London, Printed for T. Salusbury, 1692) (page images at HathiTrust)
- Y-Worth, W. (William): Introitus apertus ad artem distillationis, or, The whole art of distillation practically stated, and adorned with all the new modes of working now in use in which is contained, the way of making spirits, aquavitæ, artificial brandy, and their application to simple and complex waters in the exact pondus of the greater and lesser composition, as also many curious and profitable truths for the exalting of liquors, being the epitomy and marrow of the whole art, supplying all that is omitted in the London distiller, French and baker &c., experience being the true polisher hereof : to which is added, the true and genuin way of preparing powers by three noble menstruums, sc. a purifiedisal armoniak, the volatile salt of tartar, and Sal Panaristos, through which they are exiles to an higher degree of perfection than any hitherto extant, together with their virtues and dose : illustrated with copper sculptures / by W. Y-worth ... (London : Printed for Joh. Taylor ..., 1692) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Y-Worth, W. (William): A new art of making wines, brandy, and other spirits, compliant to the late act of Parliament, concerning distillaton illustrated by the doctrine of fermentation, by various examples of the growths and products of this land : wherein is laid down full and effectual directions, for the making of wholsome and medicinal wines : as also a true and facile way to bring low wines into proof spirits, which being by true art made from sound grain, are not inferior to those of France, for which reason are several propositions stated for the encouraging a brandy manufacturage here in England : also the way is shewn to exalt these spirits so high as to bear that proof to fire gunpowder, and their various uses, especially for lacker Jappan, and Chany varnishes, and several other useful receipts, which were never so plainly publish'd before : lastly is subjoyn'd, a general treatise concerning the original and nature of diseases : together with their cure by spagirick medicines : recommended to all that desire to improve and advance those liquors which are made from the English growths / by W.Y., spagirick physician in both medicines, and philosopher by fire. (London : Printed for T. Salusbury ..., 1691) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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