A treatise of husbandry on the improvement of dry and barren lands. Shewing, I. The many Advantages which would arise to the Nation in general, by destroying of Warrens, and converting the Lands into Tillage, Pasture, &c. II. Pointing out New and Cheap Methods to make growing Fences upon the most Barren Soils, and how to Till and Manure the same at a low Expence. III. How to prepare the Land, and Raise upon it Various Sorts of Plants, to produce both Poles and Timber. By Thomas Hitt, author of a Treatise on fruit-trees.
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A treatise of husbandry on the improvement of dry and barren lands. Shewing, I. The many Advantages which would arise to the Nation in general, by destroying of Warrens, and converting the Lands into Tillage, Pasture, &c. II. Pointing out New and Cheap Methods to make growing Fences upon the most Barren Soils, and how to Till and Manure the same at a low Expence. III. How to prepare the Land, and Raise upon it Various Sorts of Plants, to produce both Poles and Timber. By Thomas Hitt, author of a Treatise on fruit-trees.

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Main Author: Hitt, Thomas, d. 1770?
Corporate Author: Eighteenth Century Collections Online
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: London : printed for the author, and sold by J. Richardson in Pater-Noster-Row, and J. Webb, a seedsman, in Bridge-Street, Westminster, 1760.
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