The shepheards' legacy: or, John Clearidge, his forty years experience of the weather

Publication Date1670
RemainderBeing, an excellent treatise; wherein is shewed the knowledge of the weather. First, by the rising and setting of the sun. 2 How the weather is known by the moon. 3 By the stars. 4 By the clouds. 5 Byy [sic] the mists. 6 By the rain-bow. 7 And especially by the winds, whereby the weather may be exactls [sic] known from time to time; which observation wa, [sic] never heretofore published by any author. 8 Also, how to keep your sheep sound when they be sounds [sic] 9 And how to cure them if they be rotten. 10 I shewed the antiquity and honour of shepheards: with some certain and assured cures for thy horse, cow, and sheep
Extent[8], 32 p.
Publisherprinted and are to be sold by John Hancock Junior, at the three Bibles in Popes-head-Ally, next Cornhill


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