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The husbandman's magazene
J. S.

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The husbandman's magazene.
Being a treatise of horses, mares, colts, oxen, cows, calves, sheep, swine, goats: with directions for their breeding & ordering; and approved cures for all distempers, both external and internal, as frequently afflicts them, with speed and inconsiderable charge: together with plain rules for improving arable & pasture lands; improving most sort of grain to the best advantage; and what is necessary to be observed in sowing and harvesting: the management, improvement and preservation of fruit-trees, plants & flowers. The manner and ordering of flax and hemp; and increasing and preserving of bees. : With cutts.
By J.S.

Published 1718 by Reprinted by John Allen, for Nicholas Boone, at the Sign of the Bible in Cornhill. in Boston in New-England .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

First published at London in 1684, with title: Profit and pleasure united, or The husbandman's magazene ... by J.S. A second London edition with this title was printed in 1704. Sometimes attributed to John Smith, author of England's improvement revived.

Signatures: A-Iı́ Kþ́(-K4)

Error in paging: p. 60 misnumbered 70.

Bookseller's advertisement, p. [146]

Bristol B551.

Shipton & Mooney 39692.

Rink, E. Technical Americana, 1080.

Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 39692)

Early American imprints -- no. 39692.

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[4], 145, [1] p.
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