The nature of fermentation explain'd;
with the method of opening the body of any grain or vegetable subject, so as to obtain from it a spirituous liquor: Exemplified by the process of perparing rum, as 'tis manag'd in the West-Indies. With many other useful reflections and observations. To which is added, a collection of several compound cordial waters, with the art of preparing some artificial wines, not hitherto publish'd. By way of appendix to the Compleat body of distilling. By George Smith of Kenday in Westmoreland.
|Main Creator:||Smith, George, distiller|
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London : printed for Bernard Lintot between the Temple-Gates, MDCCXXIX. 
Physical description: , 56 p. ; 8⁰.
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