APA Citation

Markham, G. (1649). Markhams farewell to husbandry, or, The enriching of all sorts of barren and sterile grounds in our kingdome: To be as fruitfull in all manner of graine, pulse and grasse as the best grounds whatsoever : together with the annoyances, and preservation of all graine and seed from one yeare to many yeares : as also a husbandly computation of men and cattels dayly labours, their expences, charges and utmost profits : for the bettering of arable, pasture, and woody grounds, of making good all grounds againe, spoiled with overflowing of salt water by sea-breaches, as also, the enriching of the hop-garden .. (Now newly the fourth time revised, corrected, and amended, together with many new additions and cheape experiments.). London: Printed by William Wilson for Iohn Harison ....

Chicago Style Citation

Markham, Gervase. Markhams Farewell to Husbandry, Or, The Enriching of All Sorts of Barren and Sterile Grounds in Our Kingdome: To Be As Fruitfull in All Manner of Graine, Pulse and Grasse As the Best Grounds Whatsoever : Together With the Annoyances, and Preservation of All Graine and Seed From One Yeare to Many Yeares : As Also a Husbandly Computation of Men and Cattels Dayly Labours, Their Expences, Charges and Utmost Profits : For the Bettering of Arable, Pasture, and Woody Grounds, of Making Good All Grounds Againe, Spoiled With Overflowing of Salt Water By Sea-breaches, As Also, the Enriching of the Hop-garden .. Now newly the fourth time revised, corrected, and amended, together with many new additions and cheape experiments. London: Printed by William Wilson for Iohn Harison ..., 1649.

MLA Citation

Markham, Gervase. Markhams Farewell to Husbandry, Or, The Enriching of All Sorts of Barren and Sterile Grounds in Our Kingdome: To Be As Fruitfull in All Manner of Graine, Pulse and Grasse As the Best Grounds Whatsoever : Together With the Annoyances, and Preservation of All Graine and Seed From One Yeare to Many Yeares : As Also a Husbandly Computation of Men and Cattels Dayly Labours, Their Expences, Charges and Utmost Profits : For the Bettering of Arable, Pasture, and Woody Grounds, of Making Good All Grounds Againe, Spoiled With Overflowing of Salt Water By Sea-breaches, As Also, the Enriching of the Hop-garden .. Now newly the fourth time revised, corrected, and amended, together with many new additions and cheape experiments. London: Printed by William Wilson for Iohn Harison ..., 1649.

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