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2. The art of cookery: containing above six hundred and fifty of the most approv'd receipts heretofore published, under the following heads, viz. : roasting, boiling, frying, broiling, baking, fricasees, puddings, custards, cakes, cheese-cakes, tarts, pyes, soops, made-wines, jellies, candying, pickling, preserving, pastry, collering, confectionary, creams, ragoos, brasing, &c. &c., also a bill of fare for every month in the year : with an alphabetical index to the whole : being a book highly necessary for all families, having the grounds of cookery fully display'd therein

3. The art of preserving health: a poem

10. An English Fellow's answer to a Scotch licentiate's letter: or, a vindication of the Fellows of the Royal College of Physicians of London, from the charge of iniquity brought against the Fellows of the said College, in the said letter

13. An essay, on the most effectual means, of preserving the health of seamen, in the Royal Navy: containing, cautions necessary for those who reside in, or visit, unhealthy situations : with directions, proper for the security of all such, as attend sick persons in fevers : and an appendix of observations, on the treatment of diseases in hot climates

15. The family's best friend, or The whole art of cookery made plain and easy: together with a complete system of brewery ; the management of malt liquors ; the distillery of simple and compound waters, family cordials, &c ; and instructions for the cultivating of the fruit, flower, and kitchen garden ; the whole being calculated for the preservation of heath, and upon the principles of frugality ... ; the result of forty years practice and experience, together with great assistance in every branch ; embellished with cuts, for trussing fowls, game, &c ; to which is now added, Mons. Millien's famous discovery for preventing either steel, brass, or any other metal from taking rust or canker ; an infallible remedy to prevent persons from taking the small-pox, or any other epidemical disorder ; a certain cure for the bite of a mad dog ; and a variety of other choice nostrums of equal value

20. Medicina Britannica, or A treatise on such physical plants, as are generally to be found in the fields or gardens in Great-Britain: containing a particular account of their nature, virtues, and uses ; together with the observations of the most learned physicians, as well ancient as modern, communicated to the late ingenious Mr. Ray, and the learned Dr. Sim. Pauli ; adapted more especially to the occasions of those, whose condition or situation of life deprives them, in a great measure, of the helps of the learned