APA Citation

Standish, A. (1616). New directions of experience authorized by the Kings Most Excellent Maiesty, as may appeare, for the increasing of timber and fire-wood, with the least waste and losse of ground: With a neare estimation, what millions of acres the kingdome doth containe, what acres is waste ground, whereon little profit for this purpose wil arise : which waste being deducted, the remaine is twenty fiue millions, forth of which millions, if two hundred and forty thousand acres be planted and preserued according to the directions following ... : and how as great store of fire-wood and timber may be raised forth of hedges, as may plentifully maintaine the kingdome for all purposes, without losse of ground ... [S.l.: N. Okes].

Chicago Style Citation

Standish, Arthur. New Directions of Experience Authorized By the Kings Most Excellent Maiesty, As May Appeare, for the Increasing of Timber and Fire-wood, With the Least Waste and Losse of Ground: With a Neare Estimation, What Millions of Acres the Kingdome Doth Containe, What Acres Is Waste Ground, Whereon Little Profit for This Purpose Wil Arise : Which Waste Being Deducted, the Remaine Is Twenty Fiue Millions, Forth of Which Millions, If Two Hundred and Forty Thousand Acres Be Planted and Preserued According to the Directions Following ... : And How As Great Store of Fire-wood and Timber May Be Raised Forth of Hedges, As May Plentifully Maintaine the Kingdome for All Purposes, Without Losse of Ground ... [S.l.: N. Okes], 1616.

MLA Citation

Standish, Arthur. New Directions of Experience Authorized By the Kings Most Excellent Maiesty, As May Appeare, for the Increasing of Timber and Fire-wood, With the Least Waste and Losse of Ground: With a Neare Estimation, What Millions of Acres the Kingdome Doth Containe, What Acres Is Waste Ground, Whereon Little Profit for This Purpose Wil Arise : Which Waste Being Deducted, the Remaine Is Twenty Fiue Millions, Forth of Which Millions, If Two Hundred and Forty Thousand Acres Be Planted and Preserued According to the Directions Following ... : And How As Great Store of Fire-wood and Timber May Be Raised Forth of Hedges, As May Plentifully Maintaine the Kingdome for All Purposes, Without Losse of Ground ... [S.l.: N. Okes], 1616.

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