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Author: Papin, Denis, 1647-1714.
Title: A new digester or engine for softning bones containing the description of its make and use in these particulars : viz. cookery, voyages at sea, confectionary, making of drinks, chymistry, and dying : with an account of the price a good big engine will cost, and of the profit it will afford / by Denys Papin ...
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A new digester or engine for softning bones containing the description of its make and use in these particulars : viz. cookery, voyages at sea, confectionary, making of drinks, chymistry, and dying : with an account of the price a good big engine will cost, and of the profit it will afford / by Denys Papin ...
Papin, Denis, 1647-1714.

London: Printed by J.M. for Henry Bonwicke, 1681.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in University of Illinois Library.
Subject terms:
Cookery (Meat) -- Early works to 1800.
Pressure cookery -- Early works to 1800.
Rendering apparatus.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A55577.0001.001

Contents
title page
At a Meeting of the Council of the Royal Society, Decemb. 8th 1680.
illustration
TO THE MOST ILLUSTRIOUS THE ROYAL SOCIETY.
PREFACE.
INDEX.
ERRATA.
CHAP. I. The Description of the Engine, and how to use it safely.
To know the Quantity of the inward Pressure.
To know the Degree of Heat.
CHAP. II. Experiments for Cooks.
EXPERIMENT I.
EXPERIM. II.
EXPERIM. III.
EXPERIM. IV.
EXPERIM. V.
EXPERIM. VI.
Proprieties.
EXPERIM. VII.
EXPERIM. VIII. Propriety.
EXPERIM. IX.
EXPERIM. X. Propriety.
EXPERIM. XI.
EXPERIM. XII. Proprieties.
FISH. EXPERIM. XIII.
EXPERIM. XIV.
EXPERIM. XV.
PULSES. EXPERIM. XVI.
Propriety.
EXPERIM. XVII.
CHAP. III. Experiments for Voyages at Sea.
EXPERIM. I.
EXPERIM. II.
EXPERIM. III.
EXPERIM. IV.
EXPERIM. V.
EXPERIM. VI.
EXPERIM. VII.
EXPERIM. VIII.
EXPERIM. IX.
EXPERIM. X.
CHAP. IV. Experiments for Confectioners.
EXPERIM. I.
EXPERIM. II.
EXPERIM. III.
EXPERIM. IV.
CHAP. V. Experiments to make Drinks.
EXPERIM. I.
EXPERIM. II.
EXPERIM. III.
EXPERIM. IV.
EXPERIM. V.
CHAP. VI. Experiments for Chymists.
EXPERIM. I.
EXPERIM. II.
EXPERIM. III.
EXPERIM. IV.
EXPERIM. V.
CHAP. VII. Experiments for Dyers.
EXPERIM. I.
EXPERIM. II.
EXPERIM. III.
EXPERIM. IV.
CHAP. VIII. Experiments upon barder Bodies, as Amber, Ivory, &c.
CHAP. IX. A Calculation of the price that a good big Engi ne may come to, and of the profit it may afford.
POSTSCRIPT.