Catalog Record: The way to health and long life: or, A discourse of temperance; : shewing how every man may know his own constitution and complection. As also discovering the nature, method, and manner of preparing all foods used in this nation; taken from divers authors ancient and modern. Likewise that every man or woman may be their own doctor, with directions to preserve the eye sight; and the use of herbs, and divers other curious matters | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The way to health and long life: or, A discourse of temperance; : shewing how every man may know his own constitution and complection. As also discovering the nature, method, and manner of preparing all foods used in this nation; taken from divers authors ancient and modern. Likewise that every man or woman may be their own doctor, with directions to preserve the eye sight; and the use of herbs, and divers other curious matters

Related Names: Conyers, George fl. 1686-1727, bookseller
Language(s): English
Published: London: : Printed for G. Conyers ..., 1726
Subjects: Medicine, Popular > Early works to 1800
Food > Early works to 1800
Nutrition > Early works to 1800
Physical Description: [2], 72 p. ; 16 cm
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