APA Citation

Hartlib, S., Dymock, C., & Weston, R. (1659). The compleat husband-man: or, A discourse of the whole art of husbandry; both forraign and domestick: Wherein many rare and most hidden secrets, and experiments are laid open to the view of all, for the enriching of these nations. Unto which is added A particular discourse of the naturall history and hubandry [sic] of Ireland. London: printed and are to be sold by Edward Brewster at the Crane in Paul's Church-yard.

Chicago Style Citation

Hartlib, Samuel, Cressy Dymock, and Richard Weston. The Compleat Husband-man: Or, A Discourse of the Whole Art of Husbandry; Both Forraign and Domestick: Wherein Many Rare and Most Hidden Secrets, and Experiments Are Laid Open to the View of All, for the Enriching of These Nations. Unto Which Is Added A Particular Discourse of the Naturall History and Hubandry [sic] of Ireland. London: printed and are to be sold by Edward Brewster at the Crane in Paul's Church-yard, 1659.

MLA Citation

Hartlib, Samuel, Cressy Dymock, and Richard Weston. The Compleat Husband-man: Or, A Discourse of the Whole Art of Husbandry; Both Forraign and Domestick: Wherein Many Rare and Most Hidden Secrets, and Experiments Are Laid Open to the View of All, for the Enriching of These Nations. Unto Which Is Added A Particular Discourse of the Naturall History and Hubandry [sic] of Ireland. London: printed and are to be sold by Edward Brewster at the Crane in Paul's Church-yard, 1659.

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