The modern husbandman

Publication Date1750
Remaindercomplete in eight volumes. Containing I. The practice of farming, as it is now carried on by the most experienced Farmers in the several Counties of England, for every Month in the Year. II. The Timber and Fruit-Tree improved, or, the best practical Methods of improving different Lands with proper Timber. III. Agriculture improved, or, the Practice of Husbandry displayed, shewn by Facts performed on all sorts of Land, according to the Old Plain, and the New Drill Way of Ploughing. IV. Chiltern and Vale Farming explained, according to the latest Improvements. Necessary for all Landlords and Tenants of either Ploughed, Grass, or Wood Grounds. By William Ellis, Farmer, at Little Gaddesden, in Hertfordshire. ...
Publisherprinted for D. Browne, without Temple-Bar; C. Davis, in Holborn, J. Shuckburgh, J. Whiston, and L. Davis, in Fleet-Street; and J. Ward, against the Royal-Exchange



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