3 edition of The vermin-killer found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Vermin killer, Vermin killer.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 903:16.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 57,  p.|
|Number of Pages||57|
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The Universal Vermin Killer is 66 pages in length and contains a fold out black and white illustration of twelve of the animals featured in this book of instruction. The book also has a credited author, Arthur Hogg, another feature which makes this publication less than a perfect fit for the usually anonymised genre of the chapbook. But it was a long established poison, a recognized vermin killer in 17th century Europe. And its impact on the nervous system action was known and well-respected.
But suddenly a string of old ladies dropped over from eating Girl Scout cookies laced with deadly Compound vermin killer, and Miss Volker was the last old lady left. Spizz thought he’d outsmarted her, but before he could get her to the altar the police caught on to him/5(12). Both efforts were inspired by a work in the library's collection with a less fetching title, a fixture of household shelves called: "The Complete English and French Vermin Killer.".
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The complete vermin-killer by Complete vermin -killer. Publication date Collection europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Oxford University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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The vermin-killer: being a compleat and necessary family-book. Shewing a ready way to destroy adders, badgers, birdsFormat: Paperback.
SEPT.-DEC., ] WEISS: VERMIN KILLER THE VERMIN KILLER: MODEL BY HARRY B. WEISS In there was printed in London for S. Bladon of Lom bard Street, a little book (5 x3 inches) of 52 pages entitled: "The Vermin-Killer: Being A very necessary Family-Book, Containing Exact Rules and Directions for the artificial killing.
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Mary Ann Britland - Harrisons Vermin Killer killed at least 3 victims between and Mary Ann Britland (born Mary Ann Hague) an English serial killer. Britland murdered her daughter, her husband, and the wife - the Serial Killer Database. The vermin-killer: being a very necessary family-book, containing exact rules and directions for the artificial-killing and destroying of all manner of vermin, &c.: rats and mice, moles, pismires, flyes, fleas & lice, adders, snakes, weasles, catterpillars, buggs, froggs, &c.: whereunto is added the art of taking of all sorts of fish and foul, with many other observations never before extant.
The complete vermin-killer by Complete vermin -killer; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book. Full text of "The complete vermin-killer" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
Get this from a library. The Vermin-killer.: Being a very necessary family-book, containing exact rules and directions for the artificial killing and destroying all manner of vermin, viz.
bugs. Rats and mice. Moles. Weasles. Snakes. Fleas. Catterpillars. Flies. Whereunto is added, the art of taking all kinds of fish and fowl with many other things never before known. The Vermin-Killer; Being a Complete and Necessary Family-Book, Showing a Ready Way to Destroy Adders, Badgers, Birds of All Sorts, Earwigs, Caterpillars London: W.
Owen, ca. Contemporary marbled boards, leather spine title. 12mo. 84 pages. Contemporary marginal ink annotations on one leaf, scattered light foxing, lacking front flyleaf. The Vermin-Killer: being a compleat and necessary family-book (), drastically changed its layout.
Whereas previous editions had started with rats and mice, the mid-eighteenth-century priority (if placement in the book is anything to go by). THE VERMIN – KILLER BEING A COMPLETE AND NECESSARY FAMILY – BOOK SHOWING A READY WAY TO DESTROY ADDERS, BADGERS ., L, W OWEN, circadisbnd, remnants of tape residue on ttl pg and final leaf, 12 mo.
The Complete Vermin-Killer: A Valuable and Useful Companion for Families, In Town and Country. But it was a long established poison, a recognized vermin killer in 17th century Europe. And its impact on the nervous system action was known and well-respected.
In low doses, it was even prescribed as neuro-stimulant, a kind of chemical pick-me-up. Well, Germany is a crowded little country with an extreme rich history and probably lots of artifacts still resting underground somewhere.
Probably the authorities don't want it to be dug up completely and as for the penalty, I had to look it up myself. We also tried baseball bats, gunpowder, blowtorches, gasoline, and, according to one recommendation from the late 18th century book The Complete Vermin-Killer, washing bed frames with wormwood and.
Bythe book was now rather more grandly titled, The Compleat English and French Vermin-Killer: being a Companion for All recipes had also changed slightly.
To kill rats and mice, the recipe included wheat or barley-flour mixed with honey, metheglin (mead), and bitter almonds, though ‘I think if you mix a little of Helibore Leaves, powder’d with it, its better’ (5).
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And its impact on the nervous system action was known and well-respected. In his recent book.Original Hack n' slash versions.