A treatise of foods

Publication Date1706
Remainderin general. I. The Difference and Choice which ought to be made of each Sort in particular. II. The Good and Ill Effects produced by them. III. The Principles wherewith they abound. And, IV. The Time, Age and Constitution they suit with. To which are added, remarks upon each chapter; wherein their Nature and Uses are explained, according to the Principles of Chymistry and Mechanism. Written in French, by M. Louis Lemery, Regent Doctor of the Faculty of Physick at Paris, and of the Academy Royal of Sciences. Now done into English
Extent[20],xx,320,[8]p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for Andrew Bell at the Cross Keys and Bible in Cornhill

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