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Author: Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703.
Title: The way to save wealth: shewing how a man may live plentifully for two-pence a day. Likewise how to make a hundred noble dishes of meat, without either flesh, fish, or fowl. To make bread of roots, herbs, and leafs of trees. To brew good cheap liquor, without malt or hops. To make shoes last long. To make coals last long. To save soap in washing. To save cloth in cutting out a shirt. To make coffee of horse-beans To feed cattel well, without hay, grass, or corn. To save candles. To know any one's mind by signs; if there be twenty in company, they cannot apprehend it. To order bees aright. To settle your estate with Christian prudence. To know Scripture-weights and measures. Of dreams. To cure wounds by sympathy. The way to live long. To make spring-potage. To cure all sorts of cattle for 12 d. charge. To improve land, order and cure all deseases in singing birds. To kill vermin. To brew pale ales. To make wines, and all sorts of liquor, and an easy way to fine, and order them. With divers other curious matter
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The way to save wealth: shewing how a man may live plentifully for two-pence a day. Likewise how to make a hundred noble dishes of meat, without either flesh, fish, or fowl. To make bread of roots, herbs, and leafs of trees. To brew good cheap liquor, without malt or hops. To make shoes last long. To make coals last long. To save soap in washing. To save cloth in cutting out a shirt. To make coffee of horse-beans To feed cattel well, without hay, grass, or corn. To save candles. To know any one's mind by signs; if there be twenty in company, they cannot apprehend it. To order bees aright. To settle your estate with Christian prudence. To know Scripture-weights and measures. Of dreams. To cure wounds by sympathy. The way to live long. To make spring-potage. To cure all sorts of cattle for 12 d. charge. To improve land, order and cure all deseases in singing birds. To kill vermin. To brew pale ales. To make wines, and all sorts of liquor, and an easy way to fine, and order them. With divers other curious matter
Tryon, Thomas, 1634-1703.

London: printed, and are to be sold by G. Conyers at the Ring in Little Britain, [1695?]
Subject terms:
Hygiene
Saving and investment
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96121.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
THE Way to Live for Two-pence a Day.
part
introduction
section
Divers other Dishes, not more healthful, but more toothsom, and very wholsom.
Of SALLADS.
A SALLAD for Winter.
In SPRING.
The best way to make Herb-Pottage.
A cheap way to Live in Case of great Scarcity or Famine.
To take away the Unsavory Rank Taste of Pease, Beans, Beech-mast, Acorns, Chesnuts, Vetches, and such like.
To make Bread of the Root of Aron, called Cuckoo∣pit, or Starch-Root.
Of DRINKS.
To restore to Health Consumptive People.
section
Of MILK.
To prepare Milk with Wheat-flower, an Excellent way.
Of BONICLABBER.
Of WATERGRUEL.
To make all sorts of Herb-Gruel, first of Elder-buds.
An excellent Food for all sorts of People, but more espe∣cially for Children and sick People.
Of FLUMERY.
Of BREAD.
Of BUTTER.
Of CHEESE.
Of EGGS, and their best way of Dressing.
Of PYES.
Of OIL.
Of SUGARS.
Of SUGAR-CANDY.
Of the Occasion of Colds and Coughs, and of their Cure.
Of CANARY.
Of SHERRY.
Of WHITEWINE.
Of RHENISH-WINE.
Of CLARET.
Of CYDER.
Of MUM.
Of COFFEE.
Of TEA.
An excellent Drink against Stone, Gravel, and other Obstructions.
How to Purge by Herbs and Foods.
Another way to Purge by Foods and Drinks.
To make the best Herb Diet-drink.
To prevent the SCURVY.
Advice to Flesh-eaters.
Notable Things; How to Cure all sorts of Wounds by Poultices only.
section
A Rare Poultice against the HEAD-ACH.
An excellent Poultice against SPRAINS of all sorts.
A Poultice, excellent to cure a sore BREAST.
A Poultice to cure a SPRAIN.
To cure GAULS, or SKIN rub'd off.
Against a STAB or CUTT, or any other WOUND.
To cure old ULCERS.
A new Way for the right Ordering of Cattel.
Divers other Notable Things.
How to harden LEATHER, that it shall last much longer than it doth unprepared.
To beautifie SHOES, and keep them dry and beau∣tiful, and to preserve them.
To make COALS last much longer than usual.
To save SOAP in washing Linnen.
Directions to Dress HATS.
To make Powder INK, or White Powder INK.
To make COFFEE of Horse-Beans.
section
How to Brew Ale.
To take Ink out of Paper.
section
To make the best Spirit of Scurvy-grass.
How to make this Plain Spirit into a Purging Spirit.
To make Wormwood supply the place of Hops, to all In∣tents and Purposes, and please the Drinker's Palate.
To make Clay burn as clear as any other Fire, and as useful.
To make very large Crops of Corn to Admiration.
To prevent Blasting of Corn, under God,
To encrease Corn.
To get Smut from Wheat.
Choice OBSERVATIONS.
section
To sow Wheat in less quantity, and more encrease.
A good Rule for Blood-letting, and proved True.
To make Flumery.
To make Milk-potage.
To make abundance of Cream.
Silent Language, or to speak by Signs.
Rules for Blood-letting.
January.
February.
March.
April.
May.
June.
July.
August.
September.
October.
November.
December.
To Cure the Hickup immediately.
To know what Years shall be plenteous.
Sunday.
Monday.
Tuesday.
Wednesday.
Thursday.
Friday.
Saturday.
The Signification of Thunder.
On St. Paul's Day.
To settle your Estate with Prudence.
The Age of Man
Of Measures mentioned in Scripture.
Liquid Measures.
section
Directions to cut a Shift out of two Ells of Holland, as long and large as most People shall do out of two Ells and a Quarter.
A Treatise of BEES, and their management, that they may redound to Profit and Advantage.
Lessius his Directions for a right Course of preserving Health.
introduction
What is meant by a Sober Life, and what is a fit measure of Meat and Drink.
Rules for finding out the Right Measure.
Of DREAMS.
A Catalogue of Books, sold at the Gold Ring in Little-Baittain.