The timber tree improved: or, The best practical methods of improving different lands with proper timber

Publication Date1741
RemainderAnd those fruit trees whose woods make the most profitable returns to their owners, according to the newest inventions, by the plough, harrow, and other methods most approved of. Containing, I. Seven different ways of improving the oak, with remarks on the same. II. The nature and improvement of the beech. III. To raise a beech wood from seeds and sets. IV. Transplanting large beeches. V. To raise a beech hedge by seeds or sets. VI. Of the nature and improvements of the elm, witch elm, ash, pollard ash, ashen stems, standard ash, walnut, black cherry. VII. Reasons humbly offered for the common use of the black cherry. VIII. Of the horn bean, or horn beech, lime tree, horse chesnut, maple, hazel, firt tree, sycamore, sallow, aps, whitewood, poplar and abel, alder, withy and willow, oziers, white elder, pear tree, &c. By William Ellis, of Little Gaddesdon, near Heamstead, in Hertfordshire
PublisherPrinted for J. and J. Fox, in Westminster-Hall; T. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-noster-Row; and E. Withers, opposite Chancery-Lane End in Fleet-Street



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