Bradley, Richard

The country housewife and lady's director

In the management of a house, and the delights and profits of a farm. Containing instructions for managing the brew-house, and malt-liquors in the cellar, the making of wines-of all sorts. Directions for the dairy, in the improvement of buttr and cheese upon the worst of soils, the feeding and making of brawn, the ordering of fish, fowl, herbs, roots, and all other seful branches belonging to a country-seat, in the most elegant manner for the table. Practical observations concerning distilling, with the best method of making ketchup, and many other curious and durable sauces. The whole distributed in their proper months, from the beginning to the end of the year. With particular remarks relating to the drying or kilning of saffron
By R. Bradley, professor of botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S.
Browne, and WoodmanLondon1732