|Author:||Plat, Hugh, Sir, 1552-1611?|
|Title:||Sundrie nevv and artificiall remedies against famine. Written by H.P. Esq. vppon thoccasion of this present dearth.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Sundrie nevv and artificiall remedies against famine. Written by H.P. Esq. vppon thoccasion of this present dearth.
Plat, Hugh, Sir, 1552-1611?
[London]: Printed by P[eter] S[hort] dwelling on Breadstreet hill, at the signe of the Starre, 1596.
|Alternate titles:||Sundrie new and artificiall remedies against famine Sundrie new and artificiall remedies against famine. New remedies against famine.|
H.P. = Sir Hugh Plat.
Printer's name from STC.
Signatures: A-D4 E2.
Running title reads: New remedies against famine.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Plants, Edible -- Early works to 1800.
Food supply -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
NEW REMEDIES against famine.
Howe to take awaie a great part of that ranke and vn∣sauourie tast of Beanes, Pease, Beechmast, Chest∣nuttes, Acornes, Veches, and such like.
Certaine strange and extraordinarie waies for the re∣lieuing of a prisoner, or other poore distressed crea∣tures, when al hope of vsual victual is taken from him
How to make an excellent bread of the rootes of Aaron called cuckowpit, or starch rootes.
Bread, and other food made of Pompions.
How to saue much flower, or meale that is lost in all our vsual Corne mils, that grinde either with winde or water.
How to make starch without any corne.
Sweete and delicate cakes made without spice, or Sugar.
A speedie or present drinke which Trauailers may make for themselues (extempore) when they are distressed for want of good beer or ale at their Inne.
A cheape liquor for poore men, when malt is extreme deere.
How to brew good and wholsome Beere, without any Hoppes at al.
An abstract of certaine frugall notes, or obseruations in a time of Dearth or famine, con¦cerning bread, drink, and meate, with some other circumstances belonging to the same, taken out of a Latin writer, intituling his booke, Anchora fa∣mis & sitis.
A petition to the curteous Reader.
New Malt kils for wood or Seacole.
A new and extraordinary meanes for the inriching of arable grounds.