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OF CONDIMENTS. p. 73-81.

Ginger-Nutmeg-Clove-Pepper-Cassia-Cinnamon-Salt-Method of ma-
king Salt-Mustard--Ketchup.

OF ANIMALS. p. 81–111.

Domestic Animals, See Agriculture, The Lion-The Tiger-The Puma, or Cou-
gar–Domestic Cat—The Dog-The Camel--Llama--The Giraffe Rein Deer-
Moose-American Elk—Elephant—Method of taking the Elephant-Gigantic,
Mastodon, or Mammoth--Bear-Seal--Beaver.

OF FISH. p. 111-117.

The Salmon Fishery-Cod Fishery—Herring Fishery-Mackerel Fishery-Shad
The Lobster--Oysters—Tortoise-Whale—Method of taking Whales.

OF FOWL. p. 117–125.

The Cock—The Hen—The Turkey - The Guinea Hen—The Goose-Duck-

Wild Pigeon-Carrier Pigeon.

PRESERVATION OF HEALTH, &c.

SECTION I.

RULES AND HINTS FOR THE PRESERVATION OF LIFE, HEALTH, &c. P

127-156.

Rules of Sir R. Philips-Of Dr. Boerhaave-Experience of Howard-Hints to

Students--Quantity of Food-Abstinence-Exercise-Friction-Air-Sleep_Sleep-
ing Apartments --Beds-Cleanliness--Bathing--Contagion--Purifying and Disin.
fecting Agents-Tobacco-Dr. Rush's View of the Effects of certain Liquors upon
the body and minds of men-of Opium and Laudanum-Of Wounds cut with
sharp Instruments--Of Poisoned Wounds--Mode of Treatment-Strains or Sprains

- Treatment of Frozen Limbs--Burns and Scalds-Dress of Children-Diet of
Children--Sleep-Exercise-Washing and Bathing of Children-Teething--
Summer Complaint--Hooping Cough-Croup—Measles.

SECTION II.

OF POISONS-SUSPENDED ANIMATION. p. 156-164

Different kinds of Poisons-Symptoms, and Remedies-Stomach Pump-Poison
from the fumes of Burning Charcoal, Gas from Wells, Caverns, &c. and the neces-
sary Treatment—Drowning-Symptoms of apparent Death by Drowning --Treat-
ment-Choking-Treatment-Lightning, and its Remedy.

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OF MANUFACTURES, AND THE MECHẢNIC ARTS. p. 168240.
Cotton ; Manner of raising Cotton; Process of Manufacturing Cotton into Cloth ;
Silk Manufacture; Satin ; Velvet; Taffety ; Gauze; Tabby; Brocade ; Stockings;
History of Silk; Mulberry Tree ; Mode of Cultivation ; Eggs of Silk Worms;
Hatching the Eggs; Rearing Silk Worms; Rising of the Silk, Worms; Picking of
the Cocoons; Cocoons kept for Use; Cocoons intended for Sale ; Manufacture of
Linen ; Of Cambric ; OP Lace; Culture of Flax ; Culture of Hemp; Art of
Tanning; Of Currying ; Manufacture of Parchment; Of Morocco; Of Glue ;
Of Hats; Of Buttons , Method of Refining Gold ; Art of Gilding ; Of Silvering;
Of Coining; Process of Making Tin and Tin plate ; Solder; Melting and casting
of Metals ; Art of Casting in Sand ; Of casting Statues ; Of Casting Cannon; of

Casting Bells; Of Casting Printing Letters ; Printing ; History of Printing ; Art
• of Common, or Letter-press Printing ; of Rolling press Printing ; of Calico Print-
ing; and Stereotype Printing ; Method of Making Varnish; Art of Japanning ;
Method of making Bricks; Manufacture of Tiles; Pipes; Pottery ; Delft-ware ;
Of Porcelain, or China ; Of Glass; Ingredients of Glass ; Method of making
Bottles, Phials, Drinking Glasses, Window Glass, Plate Glass, for Looking Glasses,
&c. ; Manufacture of Putty ; Pins ; Needles ; Art of Bleaching ; Manufacture of
Woollen Cloths; Of Camblet; Of Carpets ; Art of Dyeing ; Materials for Dyeing
different Culors ; General Rules for Dyeing all Colors ; Soap; Candles ; Wax ;
Manufacture of Sealing-Wax; Of Paper ; Architecture; General History and De-
scription of the different styles of ancient and modern Architecture, &c. &c. &c.

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SECTION II.

ON THE DAIRY, &c. p. 42--52.

Of Milch Kine, and of the Pasture and other Food best calculated for Cows, as it

respects their Milk; Of the Management of Milk and Cream ; and the Making and
Preserving of Butter ; Of the Making and Preserving of Cheese.

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ON THE BREEDING, REARING, AND MANAGEMENT OF HORSES. p. 52--90.

Brief History of the Horse ; Different Breeds of Horses, viz. Barb ; Dongola
Horse; Arabian ; East India Horse ; Chinese ; Persian ; Toorkoman; Tartar and
Kalmuck; Turkish; German ; Swedish, Finland and Norwegian ; Iceland;
Flemish and Dutch ; Spanish ; Italian ; English ; Roadster or Hackney ; Farmer's
Horse ; Coach Horse; Heavy Draught Horses ; Cleveland Bays; Suffolk Punch;
Clydesdale ; Heavy Black Horses ; Dray ; Cavalry ; Race Horse ; Darley Arabi.
an; Flying Childers ; Eclipse ; Wellesley; Arabian'; Hunter ; Galloways and
Ponies ; Welsh Poney ; Highland Poney ; Shetland Poney ; Irish Horse ; Ameri-
can; Wild Horse;. Canadian ; Conestoga ; English Horse in the United States ;
Rules for judging of the Age, Action, Hardihood, and Spirit of Horses; Nicking ;
Pricking; Foxing; Docking; Fattening; Excessive Fatigue ; Treatment on a
journey ; On the management and Training of Colts; Castration.

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CONTENTS

SECTION V.

ON TAS BREEDING, REARING AND FATTENING OF SWINE. p. 104-112.
Different Breeds of Swine ; Chinese Breed ; Berkshire; Essex Half Black;
Sussex ; Dishley ; Woburn ; Hampshire ; Northampton ; Shropshire; Yorkshire;
Lincolnshire; Cheshire ; Swine in the United States ; Management of Sows with
Pig ; Pigs ; Store Pigs ; Fatting Hogs.

SECTION VI.

DISEASES OF HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP AND SWINE. p. 112--135.
1. HORSES. Botts; Colic; Inflammation of the Bowels ; Lampas ; Bridle-sores;
Pole evil ; Stranguary or suppression of urine ; Of Mange ; Glanders ; Treat.
ment ; Of Shoulder Strains ; Treatment ; Of Galls; Of Wind Galls ; Of Ring
Bone; Of Broken Wind; Of Founder ; Symptoms of a Founder ; Remedy.

2. OF CATTLE. Of Colic, or Gripes ; Remedy; Of Jaundice, or Yellows;
Of Foul in the Foot, or Hoof-Ail ; Of Grain Sickness ; Of Warts, or Horny Ex-
crescences ; Of Mange; Of the Horn Distemper ; Its Treatment; Of Udder ; III;
Of Sore Teats ; Of Lice.

3. OF SHEEP. Of Scab ; Its remedy ; Of Staggers, or Dizziness; Treatment;
Pinning or Scouring ; Of Tick; Cold and its consequences ; Foot Rot; Bowel
Sickness; Catarrhal Affections ; Of Poisons; Of Wounds.

4. OF SWINE. Measles ; Of Mange ; Of Murrain ; Of Diseases of the
Lungs; Of Fever, or rising of the Lights ; Of Gargut ; Of Issues.

5. VETERINARY PHARMACOPEIA.

PART VI.

ART OF GARDENING, OR HORTICULTURE. P. 138–176.
Of the proper Situation of Gardens ; Soil ; Fencing ; Laying out ; Hot beds;
Of making the bed ; Of the management of a hot-bed ; Propagation and Cultiva-
tion ; Sort of Seeds ; True-Seed ; Soundness of Seed ; Saving and Preserving
Seed ; Of Sowing ; Of Transplanting ; Of Cultivation ; Alphabetical List of the
several sorts of Plants, and the proper treatment of each.

Propagation of Fruits ; By Cuttings ; By Slips ; By Layers ; By Suckers ; By
Budding ; By Grafting ; Of Storks ; Of Planting ; Of the Cultivation of Fruit
Trees ; List of the different kinds of Fruits, and the proper treatment of each ; Di.
rections for the Culture of Grape Vines.

MANAGEMENT OF BEES. Bee; Female or Queen Bee; Males or Drones ;
Working Bees or Neuters; Swarming ; Hiving; Wax ; Propolis ; Building of
Cells ; Honey ; Bee Bread ; Hives ; Bee-moth.

PART VII.

ARTS OF LOCOMOTION, HEATING, VENTILATION, &c. p. 176—201.
Motion of Animals; Human Strength; Aids to Locomotion ; Wheels; Broad
Wheels ; Form of Wheels ; Mode of Attaching a Horse ; Rail Roads.

Of Steam Engines ; Of Canals; Canals of Egypt ; China; Italy; Russia ;
Sweden ; Denmark; Holland ; Germany ; Spain; France; Great Britain ;
American Canals; Fuel; Chimneys; Telegraph ; Deaf and Dumb Alphabet.

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