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.
printed and are to be sold by Edward Brewster at the Crane in Paul's Church-yard,
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|Item Description:||A reissue, with cancel title page, of: Samuel Hartlib his legacie: or, An enlargement of the Discourse of husbandry used in Brabant & Flaunders, 1652.|
Consists chiefly of letters to Hartlib apparently written by Cressy Dymock, though the first (p. 1-108) is attributed by some authorities to Robert Child. cf. Dircks, Biographical memoir of Samuel Hartlib  p. 69.
"An appendix to the legacie of husbandry" and "An interrogatory relating more particularly to the husbandry and naturall history of Ireland" each has separate title page, dated 1652; pagination and register are continuous.
The Discourse of husbandry written by Richard Weston.
Many internal mispaginations.
Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aprill 28".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
|Physical Description:||, 118,  p.|