||I. Of meliorating the different soils, and all other branches of business relating to a farm -- II. Of the nature of the several sorts of wheat ... -- III. Of the great improvement of barley ... -- IV. Of increasing crops of pease and beans by horse-houghing -- V. Of trefoyle, clover, lucerne, and other foreign grasses -- VI. A new method to improve land at a small expence, with burnt clay -- VII. Of the management of cows, sheep ... -- VIII. How to keep pigeons and tame rabbits to advantage -- IX. A new method of planting and improving fruit-trees in ploughed-fields -- X. Of various manures and dungs, proper for every soil -- XI. Of the usefulness, culture, method of raising, drying, and the virtues of hops -- XII. Of foreign wheats -- XIII. General observations on the year 1734 -- XIV. A comparison of different methods of farming in several countries.
|General note||Part 2 has separate t.p. with imprint: London: Printed for W. Bickerton, 1732.|
|General note||Includes index (8 p., 4th group).|
|General note||Publisher's advertisements (p. -, 2nd group).|
|General note||Reproduction of original from Goldsmiths' Library, University of London.|
|General note||Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 07561.|
|Reproduction note||Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2005. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited to licensing agreements.|