A vvay to get vvealth containing sixe principall vocations or callings, in which every good husband or house-wife may lawfully imploy themselves. As, I. The natures, ordering, curing, breeding, choice, use, and feeding of all sorts of cattell and fowle ... II. The knowledge, use, and laudable practise of all the recreations meete for a gentleman. III. The office of a housewife ... IV. The enrichment of the weald in Kent. V. The husbanding, and enriching of all sorts of barren grounds ... VI. The making of orchards ... The first five bookes gathered by G.M. The last by Master W.L. for the benefit of Great Britaine.
Printed by E[dward] G[riffin] for John Harison, and are to be sold at the Golden Vnicorne in Pater-noster Rowe,
|Edition:||The sixt time corrected and augmented by the authour.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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|Item Description:||A reissue, with added general title page, of "Cheape and good husbandry", 6th ed., 1631; "Country contentments", 5th ed., 1633; "The English house-wife", 5th ed., 1637; "The inrichment of the weald of Kent .. revised, inlarged, and corrected", 1636; "Markhams farewell to husbandry", 4th ed., 1638; all by or edited by Gervase Markham; and "A new orchard and garden", 3rd ed., 1638, by William Lawson.|
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
|Physical Description:||, 132, 135-188, ; , 118, ; , 252; , 24; , 32, 23-158; , 133,  p. : ill. (woodcuts)|