Reference numberCLP/10iii/33/1
TitleManuscript, 'The historye of maltinge' by J F [John Flamsteed]
DescriptionPaper regarding the production of malt from various grains and the resulting malted liquors. Flamsteed describes how to select the best barley to create malt, and then details the process of making malt and the instruments, including kilns, that are used in the process from cistern to garner.

Subject: Agriculture / Industry

Read to the Royal Society on 17 July 1679.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueCLP/10iii/33
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8219Flamsteed; John (1646 - 1719); astronomer1646 - 1719
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