APA Citation

Smith, G. (1731). A compleat body of distilling: Explaining the mysteries of that science, in a most easy and familiar manner; containing an exact and accurate method of making all the compound cordial-waters now in use, with A particular Account of their several Virtues. As also a Directory Consisting of All the Instructions necessary for learning the Distiller's Art; with a Computation of the original Cost of the several Ingredients, and the Profits arising in Sale. Adapted no less to the Use of private Families, than of Apothecaries and Distillers. In two parts. By G. Smith, of Kendall in Westmorland (The second edition.). London: printed for Henry Lintot at the Cross Keys between the Temple-Gates in Fleetstreet.

Chicago Style Citation

Smith, George. A Compleat Body of Distilling: Explaining the Mysteries of That Science, in a Most Easy and Familiar Manner; Containing an Exact and Accurate Method of Making All the Compound Cordial-waters Now in Use, With A Particular Account of Their Several Virtues. As Also a Directory Consisting of All the Instructions Necessary for Learning the Distiller's Art; With a Computation of the Original Cost of the Several Ingredients, and the Profits Arising in Sale. Adapted No Less to the Use of Private Families, Than of Apothecaries and Distillers. In Two Parts. By G. Smith, of Kendall in Westmorland. The second edition. London: printed for Henry Lintot at the Cross Keys between the Temple-Gates in Fleetstreet, 1731.

MLA Citation

Smith, George. A Compleat Body of Distilling: Explaining the Mysteries of That Science, in a Most Easy and Familiar Manner; Containing an Exact and Accurate Method of Making All the Compound Cordial-waters Now in Use, With A Particular Account of Their Several Virtues. As Also a Directory Consisting of All the Instructions Necessary for Learning the Distiller's Art; With a Computation of the Original Cost of the Several Ingredients, and the Profits Arising in Sale. Adapted No Less to the Use of Private Families, Than of Apothecaries and Distillers. In Two Parts. By G. Smith, of Kendall in Westmorland. The second edition. London: printed for Henry Lintot at the Cross Keys between the Temple-Gates in Fleetstreet, 1731.

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