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CHAPTER V.

History of Inebriating and of Unfermented Drinks.—1. Various
kinds of Intoxicating Substances. 2. Obstructions to
Fermentation in Hot Countries. 3. Boiling
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mentioned by Pliny, Columella, Mr. Buckingham, and
others. 4. Drugs mixed with the Juice of the Grape,
shown by Columella, Pliny, Homer, Lowth, &c. 5. Dif-
ferent kinds of Wine, innumerable, proved from Virgil,
Pliny, Columella, &c. 6. Various meanings of the
word Wine. 7. Receipts for making Unfermented
Wine, from Columella and Pliny. 8. "Vinum Lixi-
vum,'
," "Semper Dulce," "Aigleuces," &c. 9. Testi-
mony of Aristotle concerning Wines that would not in-
toxicate; of Polybius, Pliny, Horace, and Plutarch. 10.
Dilution of Wines. 11. Grecian Wines. 12. Roman
Wines; Opimian, Falernian the only Wine that would
burn. 10. Inerticulum, or Amethystos, Sober Wine;
Cato's Family Wine, &c. 14. Pliny and Dr. Ure on
Filtering Wines, and thereby preventing Fermentation.
15. "Utilissimum Vinum" of Pliny. 16. Plutarch on
Wines that would not intoxicate. 17. Theophrastus,

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